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TO STUDENTS OF FORM. A large proportion of the horseB now running at San Francisco took part in the sixty days racing at Butte, Mont, last summer. Knowledge of their performances there is of great value to students o form who are following the! course of racing at Frisco. Daily Racing Foem has2 prepared a table of the Butte racing in compact style which is for sale at 10 cents. It will be Jmailed to all who may apply on receipt of the sum named. TSOHTHI.Y FOB- BOOKS. The Form Book for December is ready for Bale, and includes the racing of December 31. Papr coyer, SI : leather cover, Sl.r.0. NOW ON SALE j -THE.. j NOW ON SALE AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL FOR I903. COPY RIGHTED A Handbook of Figures Beyond Comparison. An Official Compendium of Records. Summaries by Experts on the Past Years Doing. EDITED BY F. H. BRUNELL. 30c. in Paper. 50c. in Soft Morocco. Daily Racing Form Pub. Co , 124-126 Fifth Ave, j SOW AN SLE j Chicago NOW ON SALE my wrs" St. Louis Fair Association 1 ocTMBMaatit. STAKE EVENTS 1903. ENTRIES CLOSE JANUARY 17, 1903. FOR THREE-IEAR-OIDS AND UPWARD. THE LAUREL, ,000 Added. A handicap sweepstakes for three-year-olds and unwarrt- THE INAUGURAL, ,500 Added. A handicap sweepstakes for three-year-olds and up- oVtobr the nominatin; additional to start. Sis Furlongs. To be run Saturday ward; 0 to accompany the nomination; 5 to be paid on acceptance of weight, which ac- the FINAL 000 Adrlpd A 3fiHnf?- wonotaif0. o.t. ceptance must be made by April 20, and 0 additional to start. One Mile. To be run Sat- acJmanyTe uraay, May l. Saturday, October 31. n THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, ,000 Added. A selling sweepstakes for three-year-olds FOR TWO-TEAK-OLDS, and upward; to accompany the nomination; 0 additional to start. One Mile. To be run THE DEBUTANTE, ,000 Added. For two-year-old fillies Cfoals of 1901V tn nr. Saturday, May 9. the nomination; 0 additional to start. Penalties and allowances Fournfl p5 THE PRESS, ,000 Added. A selling sweepstakes for three-year-olds and upward; to longs To be run Thursday May 7 anoyances. our and a n Half Fur-accompany the nomination; 0 additional to start Five and a Half Furlongs. To be run THE KINDERGARTEN, ,000 Added. For two-year-old colts and jreldin? rfnai nf SatTHyC0UyNTRY CLUB, ,000 Added. A handicap sweepstakes for three-year-olds and JrS additi0nal t0 Start- Penalti andaUowance? upward; to accompany the nomination; 0 additional to start. Six Furlongs. To be run THE JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP, ,200 Added. For two-year-olds foals of 1901V 0 to ThUTrHdyMEaMyOR.AL, ,000 Added. A handicap sweepstakes for three-year-olds and up, S1 to 8tart- Penalties and allowances. Six Furlongs, ward; to accompany the nomination; 0 additional to start. Five and a Half Furlongs. THE NATIVE NURSERY, ,000 Added. A sweepstakes for two-year-olds foals of 1901V T0HprSaAyNDAf, ,000 Added.. Ahgis oSA f additional to start. One Mile and seventy Bi J?ue ur upward; to accompany the nomination; 0 longs To be run Saturday June 27 TH EC LU B US EJ B ERS HANDICAP, ,000 Added. A handicap sweepstakes for three- TO M. LEMP BREWING CO 8 061! year-olds and upward. Weights to be announced May 18; 0 to accompany thenonunation; toe nomlSLioiU 0 Mono tiStI be OctorT which acceptance must be made by May 30, and 0 additional to ran Thursday of weight, 0 on acceptance THE FORECAST, ,000 Added. A handicap sweepstakes for two-year-olds foals of 1901V -tart- OnoeMneBand a Quarter. and t-une . ?. ,5 to accompany the nomination; 0 additional to start. One Mile. foVg. to start. Six Furlongs. To be run Saturday, to accompany the nomination; 0 additional FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD. October 3. ,ous FAIRi ,000 Added. A selling sweepstakes for three-year-olds and up- THE CRITERION, ,000 Added. A handicap sweepstakes for two-year-olds and upward; ward" to accompany the noniination; 0 additional to start One Mile and Seventy Yards. to accompany the nomination; additional to start. One Mile. To be run Saturday, October 10. To be run Thursday, October 8. t Future Events, Entries Close Wednesday, AproB 3, 93. in 1-904 or one of ?5000 in 1903 3 lbs ; of ,one ? ,000 or three of any value in 19W. 5 lbs. extra. AMniAAD U fiRO OOO ,n,i.i VV v v O w s Rl i u-i- D rjr-. O f r-Ain Al R H ArxUILjAr. Others, if non-wmners of two sweepstakes of any value in 1904, allowed 3 lbs.; of one at any y PJU,UUU time, 4 lbs. additional; maidens, 5 lbs. additional. One Mile and a Half. TO BE RUN IN JUNK, 1904. THE ST. LOUIS DERBY FOR 1906, ,500 Added. Estimated value, 5,000. Entries to For three-vear-olds and upward in 1904 foals of 1901 and preceding years. The St Louis this stake free. A sweepstakes for three-year-olds foals of 1903; entrance free for mares Pnir Association guarantees the gross value to be 0,000, of which 1903.sh,000 to second, ,000 to covered in 1902 and their produce foaled in 1903; 0 each for foals declared by January 1 third and the fourth to save its stake. Entries close April 1, 1903. Liabilities as follows: 1904; 0 each for foals declared by January 1, 1905. Declarations void unless accompanied by Two vear olds at time of entry: By subscription of 5 each April 1, 1903; 0 additional if the money; 0 each for foals remaining in after January 1, 1905. The stake to be reopened nni- fWlared bv July 1 1903; 5 additional if not declared by October 1, 1903; 00 additional June 1, 1905 and January 1, 1906, and entries accepted upon payment of 00 in cash June 1 if Glared bv February 1, 1904; 50 additional to start. , , 1905, or 00 in cash January 1; 1906; 50 additional to start. The St. Louis Fair Association ThrPP vear olds at time of entry: By subscription of 0 each April 1, 1903; o additional to add ,500, of which ,500 to second, 50 to the third and the fourth to save its stake. The tt nnt flPf-brpfl bv Julv 1 1903; additional if not declared by October 1, 1903; 25 additional owner, at time of entry, of the mare producing the winner, to receive 00 out of the stake f J ,wiTrpd bv February 1, 1904; 50 additional to start A winner of a sweepstakes of ,500 in 1906 or one of ,000 in 1905, 3 lbs.; of one of ,000 or SL tSp to be reonened February 1, 1904, and entries accepted on that date upon pay- three of any value in 1906, 5 lbs. extra. Others, if non-winners of two sweepstakes of any -f wn additional to start. Weights to be published March 15, 1904. A winner, vaiue in igos, allowed 3 lbs.; of one at any time, 4 lbs. additional; maidens, 5 lbs. additional J?,,MiWnn of weichts. of ,500 twice or ,500 once, penalized 6 lbs.; of ,500 twice or Should a mare entered in this stake drop her foal before January 1, 1903, have a dead foal a q ihq of 000 twice or ,000 once, 12 lbs.; if handicapped at 112 lbs. or over, these Gr more than one foal, or be barren, the entry of such mare shall be void. One Mile and a shaMT be reduced by one-third; at 120 lbs. or over, by two-thirds; at 130 lbs. or over Half. . , penalties snaii ub i c j cage Qf tnree.year.oiag penalties shall not cause the weight to Special Notice. When a horse has been sold, an accepted transfer in writing of the en-IIL it lhs One Mile and a Quarter. gagemnt of an entry must be filed with the secretary. The officers of the Association re-exceeu ua- rMronv for 1904 500 Added Estimated value. 5,000. Entries to this serve the right to refuse any entry or the acceptance of a transfer from any one for THE SJ. LOUISDERBfor cause without notice- AU dlsputes, clams and objections, with respect to the Interpret lltatSStm additional to startf ,5W addld, of which 500 tation of the conditions of these stakes shall be decided by the officers of the Association? opto second and 50 to third? the fourth to save its stake. A winner of a sweepstakes of ,500 those whom they may appoint, and their decision shall be flnaL Entry blanks and any Information furnished on application.