untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-15


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T T ? 1 F. R. HITCHCOCK, H.P.WHITNEY, T I President. Vice-President. OFFICE: The Windsor Arcade, 46th Sti and 5th Ave., . " ; . y New York City. . , m ANDREW MILLER, , 9 Race Course: . Secy and Treas. . Saratoga Springs, N. Y. : t . 1 THE SARATOGA ASSOCIATION FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE BREED OF HORSES STAKES , JBL to be run at the Summer Meetings 1908-1909 To Close on Monday, September 16, 1907. HE RULES OF KACING adopted by Tho Jockey Club govern all races run under the auspices of Saratoga Association. Tthe Entries to either of the races advertised in this paper will be received only with tho understanding and on the agreement of tho subscriber, that the provisions of Racing Rules 42 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 43. At the discretion of the Stewards of The Jockey. Club, or of the Stewards, and without notice, the entries of any person, or the transfer of any entry, may be refused." IN MAKING NOMINATIONS TO THESE STAKES PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS HEREBY CALLED TO RULES 50, 51, 52 AND 53 OF THE RULES OF RACING. To be Run in 1908, NOW YEARLINGS To be Run in 1909, NOW YEARLINGS The United States Hotel Stakes of 0,000. Th Travers of 500 FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS. liv subscription of .25 each; or ?10 if declared by December 1st, 1!07; or 0 if declared by May 1st, 190S. Starters to pay 25 additional. To the win- FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS. By subscription of 5 each; or 0 if declared by December ner .,.r.OO. to the second .?1.00b mid to the third .. Winners of two races of the value of sl in07, or $.r.O if declared by December 1st, 190S. Starters to pay S125 additional. To the ,000 each, or one of ,00, to carry .! lbs. extra; of two of .,0O0, or one of ?10,000, 5 lbs. ,..,,. , , , . , nnn i, i ei nnn i 4, r-nn "inner -v -Non-winners .,000, to the second ,000 and to the third . Winners in 1009 of two of extra; of two of 0,000. or one of ..000. S lbs. extra. of a race of the value races of ,000 allowed 5 lbs.; of ,000, S lbs.; maidens, 12 lbs. Six Furlongs. the value of ,.r00, or one of 5,000, to carry 3 lbs. extra. Non-winners of two races of the The Grand Union Hotel Stakes of 0,000. value of 1907.sh,500, or one of ,500 in 1909, allowed 5 lbs.; of two of ,500, not having won n FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS ISv subscription of 25 each; or 0 if declared by Decemlier race of the value of ,000 in 190S or 1009, 10 lbs.; of ,500 in 1909, 15 lbs. 1st, 1907: or 0 if declared by "May 1st, 190S. Starters to pay 25 additional. To the win- 0ne Mija nd Qart,r ner ,500, to the second ,000 and to the third 00. Winners of two races of the value of - ,000 each, or one of ,000, to carry I! lbs. extra; of two of ,000, or one of 0,000, 5 lbs. The Alabama of .000 For Fillies, extra; of two of 0,000, or one of 5,000, S lbs. extra. Non-winners of a race of the value of 4,000 allowed 5 lbs.; of ,000, S lbs.; maidens, 12 lbs. Six Furlongs. FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS By subscription of 0 each; or 0 if declared by December The Flash of ,000. 1st, 1907; or 5 if declared by December 1st, 1908. Starters to pay 00 additional. To the FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS. By subscription of 0 each; or 0 if declared by December 1st, winner ,000, to the second 00 and to the third 00. Winners of ,500 in 1909 to carry 1907. Starters to pay 00 additional. To the winner ,000, to the second 00 and to the ., ... ..,. . v ,;,. r nno i.. inio mrvi n i r n e rr. ,1b- ctra- of in 1908 1009 third 00. Winners of a race of the value of ,000 to carry 3 lbs. extra; of two races of "-winners hB,000 or allowed 5 lbs.; of ,000, 10 lbs.; maidens, ?5,000, 7 lbs. extra. Non-winners of ,500 allowed 7 lbs. Five and a Half Furlongs. 15 lbs. One Mile and a Furlong. I L HaMnm - 1907 SECOND ANNUAL MEETING 1907 M FORT WORTH FAIR ASSOCIATION "ST exclusive use of the run- O " W BO A RDM AN OCTOBER 8-9-10-11-12-14-15-16-17. "JgtSSZT ner,, and new barns. Port Worth Fair Association, Good water and plenty NINE DAYS RACING. of it.. Horsemen can ship , office: Delaware Hot Worlh TeHS" IfVnw Zl 5,000 in Stakes and Purses for Running and Harness Races u lines and unload within O. R. MENEFEE twenty feet of the grounds. S300 PURSES, 00 AND S60O HANDICAPS. president. ENTRANCE TO RUNNING EVENTS FREE. I FIRESTONE I 10-1, .2nd was our occasional wile yesterday. If -you are losing day after day by buying LEMONS from our imitators, wby not get wise and get in with THE ONES THAT DELIVER! Last week a 20.00 tlat bet oil our occasional won 24.00! We are in the know of one that is being propped and that will go for the grapes on TUESDAY This trick will be a good price, and if yon want to win a good bet, get in on this one. Out-of-town subscribers send in your remittance at once, so we can mail this one in plenty of time. Price, .00 AND MONEY BACK IF NOT 12. Mondays Special: 48-49-47-G3-75.60-0G-18. T. C. Woods Co., Room 312, 59 Dearborn St., Chicago. ESTABLISHED 1904. OUARDf . 12 I. 2nd was .Saturdays OCCASIONAL WIRE. You cannot possibly go wrong by dealing with the "STANDARD." All these Occasionals are guaranteed 1 2 or next wire free. Terms: . CO for Six Guaranteed Wires. Next Occasional Goes TUesday. MONDAY will have a good one on our DAILY ONE HORSE WIRE. Do not fail to get it. This daily wire can boast of a record of 9 Winners, 2 Seconds, 3 Thirds, 4 Losers out of eighteen starts, the best one last week being EMMA G., 151. Won Tuesday. Terms: .00 Weekly; .00 Daily. Mondays Form Special: June Grape-72-58-59-51-23-00-58. The Standard Turf Guide Room 212, 59 Dearborn St., Chicago. I "THOROUGHBRED" Chronicle - Record Semi-Wee lc.ly publishes a complete rating and classification of horses racing on eastern tracks. In ten minutes employed you become "YOLIt OWN IIANII0AITKR." System players or careful operators not making more than one or two plays daily will be amazed at the success of their own labor. These same best bets are also published in code daily hi this paper. We further publish "ADVANCE INFORMATION" that positively is unobtainable by any other turf concern or publications. Ve do not have to go into further details and advertise a long list of our records. We are positively delivering the goods to our old clients, and they are recommending our merits to their friends for us. Gravescnd Best Bets Monday Are: IMP 81, I8L.K 53, ADDITIONAL SPECIAL: ICE 23. On sale at all live news-stands in the United States and Canada, 25 cents n copy with code. Semi-Weekly good for three days Information. If unable to secure a copy from your newsdealer, remit us direct 23 cents in stamps for trial copy. THOROUGHBRED CHRONICLE-RECORD, Room 32, 111 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. Turf Exchange YPSILANTI, MICH. TRAINS LKAVK MICHIGAN CENTRAL DEPOT, Detroit, AT 1 J 00 AND 1 40 P. M. Yesterday Grand Special wast Firestone . 10-1, 2nd 1 I Well meant, but not quite good henough m to beat the winner at the weights. Our Z record on these extra specials is as fol- Z FIRESTONE 10-1 2nd X 9 SCALLOP 10-1 WON 9 9 C. J. CELL A 12-1 2nd 5 X These were the only three sent out by us S this year on this service. Jf Mondays Form Special: Florida, Monitor, Mason, Swallow. 9 A 0.00 tlat bet on all free form specials since July .".1 won ?."O1.00. I S.00 Per Month. 25 Cents per Copy. 1 NOTE. All subscribers to our grand spe- cial who want our daily one horse wire J kindly write to us to that effect. Chicago 0 subscribers may phone us each day at 10 I oclock. I S NATIONAL RACING REVIEW, j Room 157, 71 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. I I Phono Central 3581. j ONE BET A DAY 8 Winning Specials in 13 Days at good odds is a record to lie proud of. Play our ONE BEST BET A DAY on our progressive system, is the most profitable and safe way to win. Absolutely safe and sure, and only a SMALL CAPITAL required. If you are a loser, give our method a trial and be convinced. TERMS: .00 Daily; .00 Weekly REYNOLDS and CO., 1009 Chicago Opera House Block. PHONE MAIN 1881. Owing to not having proper jockey for horse, did not start. Will have one Monday SURE! TOM DAVIS,. Room 28 , . . 159 Washington Street;

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