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SARATOGA Monday, RUNNING WATER, as the Newcastle Stable entry, won, 11-5; Tuesday Teinaeeo won, 0 5. This is information direct. Will have more of them rill through this meeting. Mv charge is 2.00 for the four weeks, 55.00 a week, .00 a day. Come in now, as the best are yet to come. Filed with this paper daily before the race. Yours for winners. .1. K. Doty, II. 55, 1S1 La Salle St., Clilcngo. Turf Reporters Special Room 312 3d floor 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago. Wednesdays Special: 72-0:j-S2-:J-l 2-5!. Entry List: n01-ll-!2G-929-31-!.-52-5;55. Yesterdays 8-Horse: 2 won, 1 second. Yesterdays Occasional Won. Tiie Standard Turf Guide Room 212 59 Dearborn St. Chicago. Wednesdays Form Special: March-Orange-50-71-5!-G5-G7. Yesterdays .5-Horse Wire gave 1 winner, 1 second and 1 out of the money. Turf Exchange Y PS I LANTI, MICH. TRAINS LEAVK MICHIGAN CENTRAL DEPOT, Detroit, AT 1:00 AND 1:10 V. M. NATIONAL RACING REVIEW Room 37, 71 Dearborn Street, Chicago, III. WEDNESDAYS SPECIAL: Maine. Jlngic. JIajor, Bantam. Kteord of free specials last 7 days: Jubilee, 10-1, won; Ranyah. C I, won; TracUluas, 6-1, won; Dele Stromo, 5-1, 2nd; ii scratches, 1 loser. WHAT THE RUNNING HORSES DID IN 100G. A complete record of the performances and winnings of all horses racing last year. 1rice . Daily Racing Form Publishing Co., 124 Fifth Avenue. Chicago. 111. THE AMERICAN RACING MANUAL. No man of the turf should be without It. By registered mail: leather bound, liO cents; paper bound, 40 cents. Ilace your order today. Daily Racing Form Publishing Co.. 124 Fifth Avenue. Chicago. 111. BROOKLYN JOCKEY CLUB STAKES TO BE RUN FOB AT THE AUTUMN MEETING OF 1907, Closing on Monday, August 12, 1907. FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD FOIL TWO-YEAR-OLDS. TIIE FIRST SPECIAL, For thrcc-year-olds and THE JUNIOR CHAMPION For two-year-olds. upward, liy subscription of 00 each, or 5 for- P.y subscription of 00 each, or 5 forfeit; with felt; with $.1,010 added, of which 700 to the second ,0!0 added, of which 00 to the second and $:tOO and $:t00 to the third. Weight for age. to the third. Winners of a race or the value of Ono Mile and a Quartor. 5,K0, or two races of the value of ,500 each. THE SECOND SPECIAL. For thrcc-year-olds and I" carry 5 lbs. extra. Non-winners of two races of upward. Weights r. lbs. Rolow the scale. By sub- the value of 1907.sh,500 each jillowed .1 lbs.; of one if seripliou of 00 each, or .1 forfeit; with $.1,000 ,000, or two of ,000, 10 lbs.; of ono of ,000, added, of which 00 to the second and 00 to the lr lbs. About Six Furlongs, third. Winner of the First Special to carry scale THE PROSPECT. A handicap for two-year-olds, weight. One Milo and a Half, r.y subscription of $.10 each, or .1 forfeit; with THE SPECULATION. For thrco-ycar-olds and up- ,500 sidiled, of which 00 to the second and 00 ward. Ity subscription of .1 each, or 0 forfeit; to the third. Weights to be announced three days with ,r.K added, .of which ,10 to the second and before the race. Winners after announcement of .10 to the third. The winner to be sold at auction weights lo carry 3 lbs. extra. for ,000. K for less, 1 lb. allowed for each 00 About Six Furlongs, down to .000; then 1 lb. for each 00 down to THE HOLLY. A handicap for two-ycar-olds. 15v ,000. Selling price to be stated through the entry K,,l,seriplion f $:;,1 each, or 0 forfeit: with S2.000 box by 2 p. m. on the day preceding the nice. Win- .ided, of which $".00 to the second and 00 to tinners of a race of the value of .i.M at the meeting tIlir1- heights to be announced three davs before not lo be entered for less than V-I.OOO. lt. rilc.. winners after announcement of weights Ono Milo and a Sixteenth. to ...ry :; IS 0xtra. About Six Furlongs. ffJSSSS X ftorrX: 0,.71 CloWfoS fJiT iblrl" Tbef;:: be ducUon added rtWtoltt for1?:! 00 Tfor VTaZO iroS U.ceWinners down to .00O. Selling price to be stated through ol r JtvcMl WtI-ul- - I, lo c-rrv LJlri " " " lbs vtr-the entry box by 2 p. in. on the day preceding the Five and a Half lf Fmlongs. race. Winners of a race of the value of ,100 at the meeting not to be entered for less than ,000. T-tlE rn.rT, FLATLANDS. mTA For two-ycar-olds. I5y sub-About Six Furlongs, cription of .1 each, or 0 forfeit, with ,r.O0 rrrr att aV-t-c added, of which ,10 to the second and .10 to the tUK VL.1.1 Vjliand. third. The winner to be sold at auction for S::100. THE ORIENTAL. A handicap for all ages. Dy If for less. 1 lb. allowed for each 00 down to subscription of $.10 each, or .1 forfeit: with ,000 ,000. Selling price to be stated through the entry added, of which $.100 to the second and 50 to the box by 2 p. m. on the day preceding the race. Win- thirtl. Weights lo be announced three days before ners of a race of the value of ,500 at the meeting the race. Winners after announcement r weights not to be entered for less than ,500. to carry .". lbs. extra. One Milo and a Quarter. Five and a Half Furlongs. THE OCCIDENTAL. A handicap for all ages. tT qTprpTrrHAcrc tEPLECHASES ttoij FOR rnnu v r a tj FOUR By subscript ion of $.10 each, or .1 forfeit; with -YEAR -,000 added, of which .00 to the second and 00 OLDS AND UPWARD, to the third. Weights to be announced three days THE HITCHCOCK STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, before the race, dinners after announcement of For fOUr-ycar-olds and upward. I!v subscription of weights to carry o lbs. extra. $::r e.u.h r fol.fl.u. wilh hBj,000" added, of which Ono Milo and a Furlong. ?:!00 to Ul, H.cond and 00 to the third. Weights THE CULVER. A handicap for all ages. By to be announced three days before the race. Win- Biibscription of 0 each, or -1 forfeit; with ,500 ners after announcement of weights to carry !! lbs. added, or which 100 to the second and 00 to the extra. About Two Miles and a Half, Ihird. Weights to be announced three days before . tittt K tttmpq wTruwav T ..T the race. Winners after announcement of weights Pwr VL ? EnS?-H D1CAP. lor four-year-olds and upward. By sub- in e-irrv 1 li.s vtr-i Abnnf Six Fiirlnntrs "VotVtwmt4." scription of $.55 each, or 0 forfeit; with ,000 THE ALBEMARLE. A a i. handicap a- for r mares of f all adle of whicU ?:;oo to tle gQCon1 an1 ?200 t, nf,5oI4oS"If,Cri,ptl0r11 1r, f.S0? ?l"0ni t,,i,1 Weights to be announced three days before ?2,V? ,f,.wIl1 ctU to thc scco1n141i,1 the race. Winners after announcement or weights 00 to the third. Weights to be announced three to carry 3 1S- estra About T Mn d H lf clays before the race. Winners after announcement . of weights to carry 3 lbs. extra. THE BR00KW00D STEEPLECHASE. r For four-One Milo and a Sixteenth. yeaf:ldrs uPrdJ., siptIon of 5 each, ,,r ?1 forfelt: with ,500 added, of which .10 to -r Trow Tunrr vr- a n r.c FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS. the second and 50 to the third. The winner to THE OCEANVIEW A handicap for three-year- he sold at auction for $.!,000. If for less, 1 lb. olds. P.y subscription of 0 each, or 5 forfeit: allowed for each 00 down to ,000. Selling price with ,500 added, of which 00 to the second and to be stated through the entry box when entries 00 to the third. Weights to be announced three close on the day preceding the race. Winners of days before the race. Winners after announcement a race of the value of ,500 at the meeting not to of weights to carry 3 lbs. extra. be entered for less than ,000. Ono Milo and a Sixteenth. Short Course, About Two Milos. THH RULES OF RACINO adopted by The Jockey Club govern all races except steeplechases run under the auspices of the Brooklyn Jockey Club. Knlrlcs to either or all of the races advertised In this paper will be received only with the under-rtmiding. and on the agreement of the subscriber, that the provisions of Racing Rules 12 and 43 hereto appended form a part of and govern the contract. "Rule 42 Every person subscribing to a sweepstakes, or entering a horse In a race to be run under these rules, accepts the decision of the Stewards on any question relating to a race, or to racing. "Rule 4"-At the discretion of the Stewards of Thc Jockey Club, or of the Stewards, and without notice, the entries of any person, or the transfer of any entry, may be refused." The Rules of Racing adopted by the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association govern all steeplechases rim under the auspices of the Brooklyn Jockey Club. In making noiiilnntloiio to these stuke, particular attention Ik hereby called to Itulen CO, CI, CS and 58 ol the Jtuleo of Jtni-Injc. Entry Blanks Furnished on Application. Address All Communications to SECRETARY BROOKLYN JOCKEY CLUB, 399 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Westchester Racing Association Under the Auspices of the Jockey Club and National Steeplechase and Hunt Association. Race Course: Belmont Park, Office: 57! Fifth Ave., New York, Queens, Long Island, INI. Y. "The Windsor Arcade." 1908-1909-1910 SPECIAL NOTICE TO OWNERS AND TRAINERS. The fixed events for now yearlings, to run when two years old in 1008, when three years old in 1900, and for foals of 1907, when three years old in 1910, will ho duly announced to close TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15th, 1907. To be run in 1008, The Juvenile, with ,000 added, The Fashion, ,000 added. In 1909, Thc Withers, 0,000 added, The Ladies, ,000 added. The Forty-third Belmont foals of 1906, for then three years old, of 0,000. In 1910, Tho Forty-fourth Eolniont foals of 1007, for then three years old, with 0,000 added. The Twelfth National Stallidn Race will closo for Stallions on October 15th, 1007, with ,000 added. Autumn Meeting, 1907, Beginning Monday, October 7th, and Ending Saturday, October 19th, 1907. In all, Twelve Days. The following events will close and name at midnight of Thursday, August 15th, 1907, as by their several conditions: For Two-Ycur-OlilH. For Tlirec-Ycnr-Olds. THE HURRICANA ,500 ADDED. THE JEROME 3,000 ADDED. Tho Hurricana sellim,, for two-ycar-olds. maid- Tho Jcromo Handicap, for thrcc-yoar-olds with, ens at time of entry. I!y subscription of $.". each. $:!.Hio added, of which ?."0O to the second s::ix lo ?L0 forfeit, to the winner, witli ,."00 added, of he third. Ono Mile and Fivo Sixteenths. which ifi-oO to the second, If 1-50 to the third. Fivo Furlongs. ,., THE RANCH0 DEL PASO-?2,000 ADDED. 1" "J"" 1 ICAP-350 AED. Tho Raneho del Paso, for t wo-year-olds, nou- T f winners of .?.-,,0H at time or entry. Ity subscription Th0 ."""P! fSdlc?? ,for three-year-olds and or .fr,0 each. 0 Torfeit to the winner, with ?1I,00 lmwar."-c. 1uit1 f;!",. i,!I,k,;.,r w,licl! tn added, or which to the second, ?20 to the f5,tomI. "W t the third. Milo and Three-quarters, third. Winners of ,000 to carry 111! lbs.; of BELMONT " x PARK AUTUMN WEIRHT 1 FOR Anv 0K Atr1, ..-iOO, 115 lbs.; of ,000, US lbs.; of ,500. 120 T. cc n .Til-11 lbs.; of $::.000, 122 lbs. Xon-wiiiners of ,000 to KAUi. ,000 ADDED, carry 100 lbs.; of 00, 100 lbs.; maidens 10.! lbs. The Belmont Park Autumn Wciprht for Ago Raco Six Furlongs, for tluee-year-ohls and upward. With ,000 added, of wbkh ?7G0 to tbc BC WHITE PLAINS HANDICAP-?3,000 ADDED. eSt0andCaUQruartcr. The White Plains Handicap for two-ycar-olds. I.y subscription of 0 each, half forfeit. 0 only .. , , . if declared by 2 p. m. or the day berore the race. Stecplec-lmses, Open ami for Hunters, to the winner, with $::,000 added, or which 00 THE CORINTHIAN OPEN STEEPLECHASE HAN- to the second, 00 to the third. Six Furlongs. DICAP ,000 IN MONEY AND PLATE ADDED. For Three-Yeur-OI!K THE HUNTER HANDICAP ,000 ADDED. f,,Ti1v,1.!t"j!lt.lli?1n, ,?Pn, ,Stf cPlech.a1s1 Handicap, for . , ,, lour-jeai-olds and upward, to be ridden by gentlemen -m mt Tho tt Hunter Handicap, for lillies three years old. riders, qualified under tho rules of the National liy subscription of 0 each, half forfeit, 0 only Steeplechase and Hunt Association or the Canadian if declared by 2 p. m. of the day before the race. iiut Association, f.v subscription of 5 each if to the winner, with ,000 added, of which 50 entered bv August 15, 1907. 5 forfeit, or only to the second. 50 to the third. One Mile, jr declared by 2 p. m. or the day preceding the race. THE FAIRVIEW ,500 ADDED. f entered Saturday, September 14. when the event . . . ... . J ,, t. . Kl,:l1" cI,,so ;t 0 each, half forfeit, or 0 only Tho Fairvicw selling for three-year-olds l.y lr declared by 2 p. m. of the day preceding he race. -J1 . V i f V W"0 iUS- "VL1, to tlliri1- ?,0 in Plate to the rider of the .j0 to the fluid. One Mile and Sixteenth. a wll,m.r. heights to be announced rour days before THE DIXIANA ,000 ADDED. the race. The lowest weight not to be less than 1-15 Thc Dixiana, for three-year-olds, non-winners of WZ, J,, Vi... "J..V.V.n 1IWt1 11 uli""- ,," i - I- rac- ,000 in 1!07 at time or entry. I.y subscription About Two M M,lcs and Half- ,, ut 0 each, 0 forfeit, to the winner, with ,000 a added, of which $.!50 lo the second, 00 to the AUTUMN MEADOW BROOK HANDICAP STEE- Ihird. Winners of ,000 in 1907 to 115 carry PLECHASE FOR UK IH1TNTFRK inUMTEKa tl ,000 nnn ADDED. Annrn lbs.: of ,500. 11S lbs.: or ,000, 120 lbs.; or ,500 122 lbs.: of $::,000. 12! lbs. Nun-winners Autumn Meadow Brook Handicap Steeplechase of ,000 in li.07 to carry 112 lbs.; of 00. 10! for hunters live years old and upward. Jualilied lbs. .Maidens 105 lbs. One Mile, under the rules of the National Steeplechase and THE RAMAP0 HANDICAP-,000 ADDED. 1 Ry Tho Ramapo Handicap, for three-year-olds. I.y 5 additional for starters if entered August 15, subscription of 0 each, 0 only if declared by 11107. If entered by 5 p. m. on Monday. October 7. 2 p. in. of the day before the race. Starters to pay 1007, when the event shall close at 0 each ami $:! additional, all to the winner, with ,000 added, $."0 additional for starters, all to the winner with of which 50 to the second. 0O to the third. ,000 added, of which 00 to the second, 00 to Ono Milo and a Furlong, tho third. Mr. August Relmont to add plate lo the value or 00 to the winner ir ridden by a gentle- For Two-Yenr-Oltls mul Upivnrtl. man rider. About Thrco Miles. THE MANHATTAN HANDICAP ,500 ADDED. THE BROOK CUP HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE Tho Manhattan Handicap, for two-year-olds and ,250- ADDED IN PLATE AND MONEY, upward. I!y subscription of 0 each. 0 only if . . , . , , . ,Ti"r1 inning of the Brook Cup Handicap Stcc-winncr, declared. Starters to pay .::0 additional to the with ,500 added, of which 50 to the PIcPhaso for four-year-ohls ami upward. Ry sub-second, 50 to the third. Six Furlongs. s r.1l,ti,m.1 of 1,:I,II Vth 8,,,,,,,,ri1!,l for ers. The Rrook Club to olTer a Gold Cup of the AUTUMN HIGHWEIGHT SERIAL HANDICAPS value or ,500, to be won twice, not necessarily ,000 ADDED. consecutively, by the same owner berore becoming Tho Autumn Higlrwcight Serial Handicaps tor .Is lDcrty, with ,7,00 added to each race by the two-year-olds and ot Kacing Association Thc .National upwanl. Ity subscription $." which Mwplcchnse and Hi nt Association to present to the each, shall entitle the entry to start ill. each of the three handicaps, viz.: The lironx. the West- u "npr :,,-h -vri,r j"1; ,,C "f, ?-"; Chester ami the rordham Ilighweight Handicaps, on "i , lpl VirILV0 r ,1" Is",;scrll,t,"s; the starting K.vment or an additional starting fee or 0 for j"0 ""J.100,.; t .i e added money, together with a -h race. Also all entries shall be handicapped !l t""l Steeplechase am Hunt Associatjon I :lt- 1I,-S"-ol", lw v.e V01 T"1 ihl tliird $.0 free for all over-night handicaps during the meet- ing, U duly J entereC saving " declaration fees. " V l before """V- o 1,u ""7l two weeks the race. Winners after the an- FIRST SERIAL THE BRONX ,500 ADDED, noimccment of the weights of a race of any value 5 ,,,s- vxtra- About Thrc0 Milcs Thc Bronx Ilighweight Handicap. Starters to pay 0 additional, with ,500 added, of which Winners or the Itrook Cup 1!05. W. C. Hayes, $:;00 to the second. 00 to the third. with Grandpa; 1000, Ronnie Itrook Stable, with Last Six Furlongs, Main Course. A I far. SECOND SERIAL THE WESTCHESTER ,700 THE HARBOR HILL CUP STEEPLECHASE MR. ADDED. CLARENCE H. MAC1CAY TO ADD ,000 Tho Westchester Highwcight Handicap. Starters AND A SILVER CUP. W?n.!.; fl!;.7n1iri;I,U,U f WlllCl ThM Rnnins f the Harbor Hill Cup Stcoplc- $.,00 to the seeon.l 00 to ihi ""l- chase for three-year-olds. I.y subscriptifm of ;. Last Six and Half Mam Course. a Furlongs, ., ,!,.,! t..1.h ?- for snricrit tIu. winner. THIRD SERIAL THE FORDHAM ,800 ADDED, with $::,000 and a silver cup. both money and plate The Fordham Mighwcight Handicap. Starters to Iresento.l If Mr. Clarence II. Mackay. The Cup pay 0 tidditi.Hial, with ,S0O added; of which J00 i " Ti- ,ll,,,t;sSilrl," !-:" vely. Into the second, 00 to the third. f,,rt ".""""LB 1,10 VVJ ft "VS.wL?" rT . Last Seven Furlongs, Main Course. lo receiv,. $.,00, an, the thin K of the added " money. To carry V.lo lbs. Winners of a steeplechase to carry 0 lhs. extra; or two or more 10 lbs. For Threc-Yenr-OIds aiml Upwurd. extra. About Two Miles. THE NEW ROCIIELLE ,500 ADDED. Winners of the Harbor Hill Cup 1!I05. Mr. Cot Ino New Rochcllo selling, for three-year-olds W".! I,,k-aut!,5 1!IJ C StIison, with and upward, at 10 lbs. aliove the scale. Ity sub- A and -":ul1"- scription of 0 each 0 forfeit to the winner, TIIE NINTH CHAMPION STEEPLECHASE with of which to the ,.,00 added, .o second, .nmrT .10 nnn ahuui i-,uuu. 50 to the third. Ono Mile, Main Course. The Ninth Champion Steeplechase, for four yea r- oIls 5,111 "lard. Ity subscription of 5 each for Tn ho rim at Hip Autumn Mpp!in 1107 Sun 10 DC rim at tne Alliumn MCCIUIS, IJU SUP- entries, and 5 additional Tor starters if made on plcniciitary Entries to Close Aug. 15, 1907: or before August 15, 1007, or or 0 each, and 00 For Tivo-Yenr-Olils additional for starters, if made on or before Satur-THE NURSERY HANDICAP-,000 ADDED. ,estches,1er7itad!lgn Assocla Vadd Tho Nursery Handicap, ftr two-year-olds, foals of 1907.sh,000. The winner to receive all the subscriptions 1005. The Westchester Racing Association to add and starting Tees, and 1907.sh,750, the second to receive ,000, or which 00 lo the second, 00 to the ,500, and the third 50 ot the added money. Tlic third. Weights to be announced three days betore National Steeplechase and Hunt Association to profile race. Winners after the publication of weights, sent to the winner plaie of the value of 00. Four 5. lbs. extra. Six Furlongs, year-olds to carry 155 lbs.; five-year-olds Kil lbs.; ,,.,. . six-year-olds and upwards 1G lbs. Winner of a THE CHAMPAGNE ,000 ADDED. steeplechase in 1007 of -the value of 1907.sh50 to carry Tho Champagne, for two-year-olds, by subscription .! lbs. extra; of two such races, or one of thc value of 0 each. If entered March 2d, 1907, half forfeit, of ,000, 5 lbs. extra; winner of three such races, or 0 only if declared by August 15, 1007, or. or two of the value of ,000 each, 7 lbs. extra. IT entered August 15. 1007, when the event shall AVinner or the Grand National Steeplechase in 1007, close at 00 each, half forfeit, with ,000 added, 10 lbs. extra. No horse shall by penalties carry or which ,000 to the second, 00 to the tliird. more than 17J5 lbs. Non-winners oT a steeplechase Non-winners or a race of the value of ,500 al- of the value of 00 allowed :t lbs.; noii-winners of lowed 0 lbs.; of ,000, 10 lbs. Maidens allowed 15 a steeplechase of any value allowed 5 lbs.: maidens lbs. Seven Furlongs, allowed 7 lbs. About Thrco Miles and a Half. Tho Rules of Racing, with all amendments adopted by Thc Jockey Club, Tho National Steeplechase and Hunt Association and Westchester Racing Association, govern all races and racing of tho Westchester Racing Association. FOR INFORMATION AND ENTRY BLANKS, ADDRESS . H. G. CRICKMORE, Clerk of thc Course, 571 Fifth Avenue, "The Windsor Arcade," New York, N. Y. Or the office of DAILY RACING FORM, Chicago, III.