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YEARLING SALES, SEASON of 1907 Under the management of FASIG TIPTON COMPANY of New York will begin SUBURBAN DAY, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, and continue daily to Tuesday, July 9, at THE COMPANYS PADDOCKS, SHEEPSHEAD BAY, NEW YORK. THE ELMENDORF YEARLINGS Will Open the Sale JUNE 20 and Continue to JUNE 25. This consignment, comnriMDer 250 yearlings, by 47 noted sires. 22 imported, aro from the HISTORY MAKING BROOD MARES at ELMENDORF. Since the publication of the Eltnendorf Catalogue, statistics show that about 75 horses of Mr. Hatrgins breeding, have won 100 races. JiinelW-,1. N. Camden, Catesby Woodford, W. H. Sands and others. June 27 Col. E. F. Clay, T. J. Carson and S. C. Lynn. Juaeas-R. L. Baker. G. D. Wilson, T. J. Clay, E. C. Cowdin. R. J. Hancock and Son. June 5«y— Williams k Kadford, Estate Samuel S. Brown, O. H. ChenauJt. July 1 H. T. Oznard. J. H. White. John S. Kelly. Millstream Stud. Entire stable of race horses in training, the property of Mr. Sydney Paget and Messrs. Paget and Thomas. Jul j- 3-C. W. Moore, L. O. Appleby. J. H. Morris, Wm. Lakeland and W. L. Powers, Morris t Carpenter, Wm. Lakeland. K. P. Shipp, C. B. Hawkins, George C Graddy, John Welch, J. D. Neet and O. D. Randolph. July 3 — Hinde ,fc Baker, J. S. Stoll, Leonatns, Stock Farm, Sydney Bedford, L. P Tarlton, J. H. W. Strong. July 4 -Reserved. July 5— Rancocas Stock Farm. July 6— Reserved. Race Horses in Training. J u I y » Mr. JOHN E. MADDENS HAMBURG PLACE" YEARLINGS will be sold AUGUST 12 15 at the SARATOGA RACECOURSE, SARATOGA, N. Y. CAIFC OF RAfF HORSFS fasig-tipton companys wmJh." 8th *NNU*L KENTUCKY SALE OF THOROUGHBRED THE METROPOLITAN RACE COURSES Yearlings, Stallions. Broodmares, wi" " heM ** w" k " throughout the Racing Season. WSandsfWlf THE FALL SEASON WILL BEGIN JUNE CATALOGUES SATURDAY, AU6. 31, " Futurity" Day, now ready for distribution. and continue to JULY CATALOGUES Saturday, September 14. j m course of preparation. This series of yearling siles represents all ilie | and will be forwarded promptly to prominent breeding farms in America. applicants. For Catalogues, Dates, and All Information, Address, FASIG TIPTON CO., Madison Square Garden . . . NEW YORK. THE NEW THOUGHT." EVERY MAN HIS OWN HANDICAPPER. HANDS CLASSIFICATIONS of AMERICAN NORSES and JOCKEYS, or INSTANTANEOUS HANDICAPPER for 1907 8. By Nin S. Hand. Antbot t f t lie originiil •"Ainii ic.m" ;iml "lhiMds Sy tems of HaB4ttcappiag ami Turf Bpeeololst*i Qojate." This work is 1 lit- result of over twelve years oi Piienee. observation ami careful stuiltf of the racinp ■iiid handicapping business and contains tin correct cfatasMcatlesi of about 7.000 horses, or practically all tliose in training in America. Showing their relative class and handicap values I as] both fast and slow link-1 in pounds, together with their individual peculiarities of disposition, favorite distances and track couilitona. ulUers. bleeders, quitters, bad -actor*, weight-carriers, cripples, etc, etc.. as well as s esnpleta classification of ALL Jockeys and stable-boys bow rMfaag in this coontry, tc. The classifications sre accarate ind carefully compiled. U-iii based on scientific mathematical principle- and conditions as they exist TODAY, ssakiag it AN Al-.SOI.ITKI.Y KKI.IAr.I.K and TIIOKol CIII.Y lllcll-CI.ASS PttODUCTION, and vet so simple that anyone of ordinary intelligence inn readily understand it, and practically become an expert handicapper at once, without previous instruction or experieaea in the business, as all that is necessary, in addition to this book, is a copy of the entries and weights, distance and track condition, the rest of the work bebsg virtually done for you before you begin. It you ale interested in racing at M.I.. either as a breeder, buyer, owner, trainer, handicapper. bookmaker or speculator, ycu cannot afford to be without a copy of this book, as it js POSITIVELY TIIK ONLY BELIABLB WORK i F THE KIND EVER ISSUED, and WORTH THOUSANDS tW DOLLARS TO ANYONE ENGAGED IN THE RACING BUSINESS. Printed ou ln-si bond paper, indexed and tioimd in flexible, full seal grained leather. 200 pages. PRICE, 0.00. Published by N. S. HAND COMPANY Incorporated! 280 Broadway, New York. N.B. Only a very limited number of these hooks will be published, hence, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT Vol MEND IX YOL It ORDER IMMEDIATELY. POTTER, 10-1, W0¥ This was the horse we wired our clients yesterday. None of the "wise pas* pie" al I. Ionia gave liiui a chance ami even the liookmakeis were in the dark a to his fitness. WE KNEW thai trainer l.all.v had him as til as I li.hlle: we knew that the nail, was juM to Potters liking; we knew that jockey Rrowa areajH ride ami we knew lhat there was |uestlon about hiv n.viiiu. Look al the chart ol the sscaajd roe al I steeds ami see how he j;ot off iii front and tow-n ped hisiield. IF YOU WANT TO WIN yua waul our iiilonnali n. We are on Ihe job to sta.v. ami w «ill hand out isore at Ihe Totter kind and some of them will win at laager odds. We have three ssj the tab thai will come out taring the next six days of raefeag. if you wanl to back these geaaiae good things, you had better not delay seajdlag in your subscriptions. TERMS: : : : .00 PER WIRE THE AMERICUS CO., NO. 306 ANDREWS BLDG. FIFTH AND RACE STS., CINCINNATI, O. TURF REPORTERS SPECIAL WHAT THE Room 312, 3rd Floor, 59 Dearborn St., Chicago. 11 IlVTXTIMaP UADC1TC FRIDAYS SPECIAL: 28-43-56-60-24-30-37-32. llvIulIllU Wj 1JMJ3 ENTRY LIST: 304-309-313-314-315-330. DID IN 1906 Book No. 132 for sale on all newsstands today. _■and . _. . - j» ~ ============- rnlCt, .00, National Racing Review No. 387 -— a£ESS~r!r.r Daily Racing Form Pub. Co. I SubseriU for the Review Hint et » fn -soeeiHl .0Urt*ti # ** itwaSTaa1slr,8di,02ndropatha •******■ " *" °v vM 124 nfth Ave, Chicago, III.