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The Saratoga Association For the Improvement of the Breed of Horses STAKES FOR Summer Meeting 1902 CLOSE Monday March 10 1902 FOR THREEYEAROLDS AND UPWARD UPWARDTHE THE SARATOGA HANDICAP OF 10000 By subscription of 200 each half forfeit or only 23 if T el To the winner 7000 to the second 2000 and to the third 1000 Weights to be lays before the race Winners of a race of the value of 4000 after the publication of the weights to carry 5 Ibs extra One Mile and ThreeSixteenths ThreeSixteenthsTHE THE SARATOGA CUP OF 5000 By subscription of 100 each or only 25 if declared by June 1 Starters to pay 50 additional To the winner 3500 to the second 1000 and to the third 500 Weight for age One mile and Six Furlongs FurlongsTHE THE CHAMPLAIN OF 3000 A HANDICAP By subscription of 50 each or only 25 if declared by June 1 Starters to pay 50 additional To the winner 2400 to the second 400 and to the third 200 Weights to be announced three days before the race Winners after the announcement of the weights to carry 3 Ibs extra One Mile and a Furlong FurlongTHE THE MERCHANTS AND CITIZENS HANDICAP By subscription of 50 each or 25 if declared by June 1 Starters to pay 50 additional With 3000 added of which 500 to the second and 250 to thethird Weights to be announced three days before the race Winners after the announcement of the weights to carry 3 Ibs extra One Mile and a Furlong FurlongTHE THE DELAWARE A HANDICAP By subscription of 50 each or only 15 if declared by the hour of closing entries on the day preceding the race with 1000 added of which 200 to the second and 100 to the third Weights to be announced three days before the race Winners after the announcement of the weights to carry 3 Ibs extra One Mile MileTHE THE AMSTERDAM SELLING By subscription of 50 esfch 15 forfeit with 1000 added of which 200 to the second and 100 to the third The winner to be sold at auction for 3500 If for less 1 Ib allowed for each 100 down to 1000 One Mile MileTHE THE CATSKILL SELLING By subscription of 50 each 15 forfeit with 1000 added of which 200 to the second and 100 to the third The winner to be sold at auction for 3000 If for 2000 allowed 7 Ibs then 1 Ib allowed for each 100 down to 500 Seven Furlongs FOR THREEYEAROLDS THREEYEAROLDSTHE THE SARANAC OF 5000 A HANDICAP By subscription of 100 each or 25 if declared by June 1 Starters to pay 50 additional To the winner 4000 to the second 700 and to the third 300 Weights to be announced three days before the race Winners after the announcement of the weights to carry 3 Ibs extra One Mile and a Furlong FurlongTHE THE HURON A HANDICAP By subscription of 50 each or only 15 if declared by the hour of closing entries on the day preceding the race with 1000 added of which 200 to the second and 100 to the third Weights to be announced three days before the race Winners after the announcement of the weights to carry 3 Ibs extra One Mile and ThreeSixteenths ThreeSixteenthsTHE THE SENECA SELLING By subscription of 50 each 15 forfeit withl000 added of which 200 to the second and 100 lo the third The winner to be sold at auction for 3000 If for less 1 Ib allowed for each 100 down to 500 Six Furlongs FurlongsTHE THE MOHAWK SELLING By subscription of 50 each 15 forfeit with 1000 added of which 200 to the second and 100 to the third The winner to be sold at auction for 4000 If for less 1 Ib allowed for each 200 down to 2000 then 1 Ib for each 100 down to 1000 One Mile and a Furlong FOR TWOYEAROLDS TWOYEAROLDSTHE THE SARATOGA SPECIAL By subscription of 1000 each half forfeit A Piece of Gold Plate of the value of 1500 to bo added by the Association Subscribers to name three horses by May 1 and only one FurlongsThe starter to be named for each subscription Five and a Half Furlongs The following named gentlemen have signified their intention to make subscriptions August Bel mont S S Brown Philip J Dwyer Julius FleischmanJ G Follansbee David Gideon J B Hagginv F R Hitchcock J R F P Keene P H McCarren J E Madden Andrew Miller G B Morris Oneck Stable J W Schorr The Pepper Stable W K Vandorbilt William C Whitney RT Wilson Jr JrTHE THE ADIRONDACK OF 5000 A HANDICAP By subscription of 50 each or 25 i declared by June 1 Starters to pay 100 additional To the winner 4000 to the second 700 and to the third 300 Weights to be announced three days before the race Winners after the announcement of the weights to carry 3 Ibs extra Six Furlongs FurlongsTHE THE KENTUCKY FOR FILLIES SELLING By subscription of 50 each 15 forfeit with 1000 added of which 200 to the second and 100 to the third The winner to be sold at auction for 3000 If for less FurlongsTHE 1 Ib allowed for each 100 down to 1000 Five and a Half Furlongs THE ALBANY A HANDICAP By subscription of 50 each or 15 if declared by the hour of closing entries on the day preceding the race with 1000 added of which 200 to the second and 100 to the third Weights tobe announced three days before the race Winners after the announcement of th weights to carry3 Ibs extra Six Furlongs FurlongsTHE THE TROY SELLING By subscription of 50 each 15 forfeit with 1000 added of which 200 to the second and 100 to the third The winner to be sold at auction for 3000 If for 2000 allowed T Ibs then 1 Ib allowed for each 100 down to 500 Five and a half furlongs STEFPLECHASES THR BALLSTON CUP A HUNTERS STEEPLECHASE For fouryearolds and upward qualified under the Rules of the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association or the Canadian Hunt Association By subscription of 25 each Starters to pay 25 additional To the winner 800 in money and 150 in plate to the second 200 and to the third 100 Weights Fouryearolds to carry 145 Ibs Fiveyearolds 159 Ibs sixyearolds and upward 166 Ibs Mares allowed 5 Ibs and geldings 3 Ibs Penalties The win ¬ ner of a steeplechase for hunters in 1901 or 1902 of the value of more than 200 to the winner to carry 3 Ibs extra of two such races 8 Ibs extra of three or more 15 Ibs extra NOTE But no horse shall through penalties carry more than 180 Ibs Allowances Horses that have never started in a steeplechase or hurdle race allowed 10 Ibs NOTE But no horse shall through allowances carry less than 130 Ibs Overweight to any amount will be allowed if claimed by the hour set for the first race of the day on which this race is to be run The Full Course about Two Miles and a Half HalfTHE THE BEVERWYCK A STEEPLECHASE OF 1500 For fouryearolds and upward By subscrip ¬ tion of 50 each half forfeit To the winner 1200 to the second 200 and to the third 100 Weight for age The Full Course About Two Miles and a Half HalfTHE THE TROUBLE A STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP OF 1000 For fouryearolds and upward By subscription of 50 each or only 15 if declared by the hour of closing entries on the day preceding the race To the winner 700 to the second 200 and to the third 100 Weights to be announced three days before the race About Two Miles All entries should be addressed to the Secretary Windsor Arcade Forty sixth St and Fifth Ave New York City Entry blanks can be had at this office officeWILLIAM WILLIAM C WHITNEY President H K KNAPP Secretary ANDREW MILLER Treasurer H DAr8Sl ssistant Secretary