untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1907-08-27


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LATTICE . . 4 5 Won was yesterdays OccaIonal "Wire. All tlieeo Occasioiinls aro guaranteed 1 2 or next wiro free. Terms: .00 for O wires; .00 per wire. Yesterdays Form Special, LlgHt Wool! 5-, A 0 straielit bet on all Form Specials since Aug.- 5 won 22. Tuesdays Form Special: May Peach 58-50-65-51.70-50-53-57-55. Yesterdays Dally One-IIorse Wire Scratched. The Standard Turf Guide, Roomt2l2,- 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago. TURF REPORTERS SPECIAL Room 312. 3rd Floor. 59 Dearborn Street CHICAGO. TUESDAYS SPECIAL: 02-21-30-42-50-37. ENTRY LIST: 3-228-220-232-240-250. Next Occasional Goes Wednesday. NATIONAL RACING REVIEW NO. 109 Eoojn 37, 71 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Yesterdays Special, I.ATTICK, 4-5, Won. A 0 Hat bet on all occaslonals since July 30 -won 72. .00 For Month. 25 Cents Per Copy. Annual Fall Yearling Sales UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF FASIG TIPTON COMPANY, OF NEW YORK, WILL BEGIN I Saturday, Aug. 31, "Futurity Day" and Continue During the Coney Island Jockey Club Fall Meeting at the Companys Paddocks, Sheepshead Bay, N. Y,, OPPOSITE THE SHEEPSHEAD BAY RACE COURSE. schedule: I Saturday, August 31, Thursday, September 5, Karl Junghluth, "Waldcck" Stud; A. L. For- C. II. Mackay, "Kingston" Stud, and R. H. guson, "Windemerc" Stud; W. Showaltor, McCartcr Potter, "Pequcst" Stud. "Can Run" Stud; Horace N, Davis, A. Al- riBhf .Eli siudvRv:if; And Friday, September 6, "Teas Over" Stud; J. W. Colt and Mrs. ... , .. . Thomas S. Gaines. H. T. Oxnard, "Blue Ridgo" Stud; E. C. Cowdin, "Maplehurst" Stud; S. C. Lyno, Monday, September 2, SXf 41 Knight, WjSE; Milton Young, "McGrathiana" Stud; Estate and R. 3. Hancock and Son, "Ellorslie" Stud, of C. F. McMcekin, Mrs. E. L. Israel, and Young Bros. Saturday, September 7, Tuesday, September 3, Jamcs R- Koonc "casticton" stud. George H. Whitney, "Melrose" Stud; Korao- MOIldaV September 9, lus Payne, J. L. Luke, Eugene Ruckcr, John , J . D. Carr, Thomas Piatt and Buford Allen. E. S. Gardner. "Avondale " Stud; Parmer, Stono and Co., "Edenwold" Stud; J. B. Hag- Wednesday September 4, 1aSiJiat3t A. B. Spreckels, "Napa" Stock Farm; James Galway, "Preakness" Stud; "William Steele, TllPrinv I OC-JieilllJCI Pntpmhpr Ift "Melhourne" Farm; James E. Clay, "March- Utoudy, IU, mont" Stud; O. H. Chenault, "Spendthrift" Claude M. Thomas, and Grant Hugh Browno, Stud, and G. D. Wilson "Iroquois" Stud. "Brownloigh Park" Stud. Fasig-Tipton Cos. Eighth Annual Kentucky Sale, Last Week in November at Lexington, Ky. APPLY FOR CATALOGUES TO Fasig-Tipton Company, MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, NEW YORK, Or Thomas. F. Kelly, "Thoroughbred Record," Lexington, Kentucky. WILLIAM EASTON, Auctioneer. J

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