Handicap Figures Applied., Daily Racing Form, 1896-12-08


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HANDICAP FIGURES APPLIED When DAILY RACING FORM Publishing Com ¬ pany panky issnel Bissell lheAmericanRacingManualit put within its covers one of the several handicap tables in use and sold at various prices It ff re a key to the table and some general in ¬ structions tractions Of course the judgment to apply tho thou figures to racing could not be furnished No avenue for such supply is known Many ap ¬ plications placations have however been made for such trf turf implements implementsThe implements The best means of clearing away the fog to such applicants seems to be the publication of tiie tie figures msed mused over a race in which good horses contended on a fast and firstclass fistulas track under conditions that were similar to their past performances The third event at Oakland Cal Nov 30 is selected Below is published the field and the figures furnished by tho thou table in the application of its calculations to the figures in said field with the reasons for such figures and their origin Horse IwtJHd Tithed Reason From race 4900 1 mile 140 pounds Time 1415 Kamsin Amassing c Q 91 21 om ° Estimated value 195 13 13pdoff pointsFrom points pdoff doff equals 15 points From race 4914 1 mile mileT millet 108 pounds Time 142 T Danuen Danube 142Danuen QJ 94 i 164 4 estimated value 149 14 14pds pds pads off equal 15 points pointsTH points No recent form worth TH The T 04 94 Dragon caiculation calculation caiculationFrom calculation From race 4914 1 mile 85 pounds Time 1 42 Lincoln II 87 149 Estimated value 151 I pounds on equals two points deduction From race 5164 1 mile 96 pounds Time 1 42J4 Salisbury II 106 137 Estimated value 149 10 pounds on equals 12 points deduction I IfFrom Affront fFrom from race E079 mile I 110 pounds Timel29J4 Installator Installation 110 176 Estimated value 176 Same value applied to the mile mileRecent maleficent Recent performance gives 103 no material for consid consider ¬ eration aeration erationq aeration Form insufficient for cal ¬ q culation collation culationo collation o Form insufficient for cal lud laud culatichi cultic The sense of racing idea for easiness of vic ¬ tory would allow from 8 to 10 points to this horse for the ease of his victory in race 5164 5164fKnowledge fKnowledge Knowledge of individuality in this case would furnish the handicapper with material for an allowance of from 5 1 1 10 points The horse likes a sprinting distance distanceIn distance In the race itself Salisbury II and Lincoln II had a close finish Kamsin Amassing and Damien were left at the post The figures applied correctly to Salisbury and Lincoln II They failed on Installator Installation His excuse may have been a com ¬ bination inaction of ill luck in the race dislike for the extra furlong or shortness

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