untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1907-12-15


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NEW CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, President. OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. PERCY W. TREAT, Secretary. The Following Stakes Will Close December 16, 1907: ,600 ADDED. GUNST STAKES For Miles two years old now yearlings. 0 to start; 0 forfeit; ,000 ADDED. BELL STAKES For two-year-olds .now yearlings. to start; 0 forfeit; ,000 Jandl.SOO added, of which 00 to second and 00 to third. Non-winners of a sweepstakes allowed 3 lbs., added, of which 00 to second and 00 to third. Winners of a sweepstakes to carry 3 lbs.; of two, 5 and If such have not won three races, 5 lbs.; two races, 8 lbs.; maidens, if never placed In a sweepstakes, lbs. extra. Others that have not won three races allowed 5 lbs.; two races, 8 lbs.; maidens, if never 12 lbs. To be run Saturday, February 15, 1008. Xoux Furlongs, placed in a sweepstakes, 12 lbs. To be run Saturday, March 21, 1008. Four and Ono-Half Furlongs. ,500 ADDED. UNDINE STAKES. For colts and geldings two years old now yearlings. 0 to ,500 ADDED. GEBHARD HANDICAP. For two-year-olds now yearlings. 0 to start; 0 start; 0 forfeit; ,500 added, of which 00 to second and 00 to third. Non-winners of a sweepstakes forfeit; ,500 added, of which 00 to second and 00 to third. Weights to be announced three day allowed 4 lbs., and if such have not won three races, 7 lbs.; two races, 10 lbs.; maidens, If never placed prior to the race. Winners of other than a selling purse after the announcement of weights to carry 5 In a sweepstakes. 13 lbs. To be run Saturday, March 7, 1008. Four Furlongs, lbs. extra. To be run Saturday, March 28. 1008. Five Furlongs, TWO GREAT STAKES TO CLOSE DECEMBER 31, 1907. TO BE RUN AT THE FAMi MEETING OF 1909. TO BE KUN AT THE FALL MEETING OF 1910. The California Futurity. The California Futurity. For foals of 1907 0 entrance 5 unless struck out by December 1st, 1908; 0 unless struck out . 0 each for mares covered in 1907; 5 each for the produce of such mares unless struck out by December 1st, 1909; 0 each unless struck out by August 15th, 1910; 50 to start; ,000 of added, ,r l r nnn ui of F which i,i, ,000 ti nnn t to ennrmn second nnA and tnnn to tn ihtrA- third, in 15 npr per by August 15tb, 1909; 50 to start; ,000 added, wWch 000 tQ gecond and ?5X tQ th,rd; 15 per cpnt of tho gtakeg tothe nommator of tue danl oflhe cent, of the stakes to the nominator of the winner; 10 per cent, to the nominator of the second horse ana winner; 10 per cent, to the nominator of the dam of the second horse and 5 per cent, to the nominator of k o per nnr Wnt cent, tn to ti, tue tinmiintnr nominator nf or tiip tue third tuiru imrsp uorst. the dam of the third horse. Winnersiof two sweepstakes, or one of ,000 value, to carry 4 lbs. extra; of . nnn three, or one of ,000 value, 7 lbs. extra; non-winners of a sweepstakes allowed 3 lbs., and if such have Winners of two sweepstakes, or one of ,000 value, to carry 4 lbs. extra; of three, or one of ,000 not won fnr, races, G lbs.; maidens, 9 lbs. value 7 lbs. extra. Nori-winners of a sweepstakes allowed 3 lbs., and If such have not won four races, 0 If a mare nominated drops her foal before the 1st day of January, 1908, or if she has a dead or mnro . . . ,uaw one foa, or is harren, the entry of such mare is void. By filing prior to December 1st, 1909, with it . i.. i, lbs. ,, ,, prior to December ,, 1cf 1st, inno 1908, with iH, fi, the vw r,ew r-iiifnrnli California .Tewkpv Jockey fJlnh unb nn an ac- ac lbs.; maidens, 9 By filing tllc Ncw CalIfornla jockey Club an accepted transfer of the produce with its engagement in this event .copied transfer of engagement in this event accompanied with all forfeits to date, the original subscriber accompanied with all forfeits to date, the original subscriber will be released from any liability as to the will be released from any further liability. Six Furlong3. engagement of the produce. Six Furlongs. NOTICE. The Rules of Racing adopted by the PACIFIC JOCKEY CLUB govern all races. Entries for any of these Stakes will be received only with the understanding, and on the agreement of the subscriber, that all claims and objections in relation to the racing shall be decided by the Racing Stewards present, or those whom they may appoint, and their decision upon all points shall be final. In all Selling Stakes beaten horses are subject to claim unless otherwise in the conditions. In races for All Ages, horses shall carry weights according to their ages at the time the race Is to be run. Commencing January 1st, 1908, will be given two or three races each week for two-year-olds. " PERCY W. TREAT, Secretary. Address Entries and Communications to PERCY W. TREAT, Secretary, Oakland Race Track, Emeryville, California. GENUINE INFORMATION "is what we all want." LOOK! Our First Weeks Record: Monday ORCHOTA ... 5-2 third "Interfered with. Probably was best," as per Racing Form. Tuesday LAZELL .... 4-1 Lost "Won next out Wednesday-COL. WHITE . . 13-10 WON Thursday CRIP .... 3-1 Lost "Led into stretch; broke . leg; was destroyed." Friday CURRICULUM . . 3-1 .WON Saturday TRIUMPHANT . Withdrawn On Dec. 6th, JOHN H. SHEEHAN . . 2-1, WON was our one and only occasional. A Flat Bet makes you a winner. This is what we term GENUINE INFORMATION obtained by a member of our firm stationed at the Oakland Track. Not by handicapping but by a close observation of horses and a thorough knowledge of their condition and fitness to race, assisted by a competent corps of CLOCKERS and INFORMATION GETTERS who are thoroughly posted and familiar with every detail of a race track, in addition to having a large acquaintance among owners and horsemen. Mrnp Look up each Iiorso wired by us and A-lxy 1L. sce for yourself whether or not this is Live Information and if our horses were trying. We especially desire you to look up our losers, as wo think we have really played unlucky. However, a fiat bet still makes you a winner. REMEMBER, ONE HORSE and ONE HORSE ONLY wires Daily direct from Track to our Chicago Office, in addition to our SEMI - WEEKLY OCCASIONALS, which we issue Mondays and Thursdays. Terms: DAILY ONE-HORSE WIRE, 0.00 PER WEEK "6 wires." OCCASIONALS: .00 EACH. Guaranteed to Win or Next Occasional Free. MONDAYS OCCASIONAL FREE to every subscription received at this office before Monday, 2 p. m.. to our Dally Oue-Horsc Wire. All wires filed with Daily Racing Form before 12 noon on- day of race. Private code to all subscribers. SHERLING and CO., Suite 618. Phone, Rand, j "34 60 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO, ILL. PAY AFTER Y01 WIN! I want 110 money in advance, but a percentage of your net profits each week, or, If you prefer, for a fair trial, send me .C0 and I will mall you the evening before races my selections for five days. I want to show you just what I know and can do no more. Selections filed with Daily Racing Form. Write today. J. McDERMOTT, 1515 N. Clark St. I How to Win and be Successful on the Races. I ! Send and get the , : "Reliable Handicap Manual" that gives you the correct speed of each j c and every horse in training at principal S tracks, in alphabetical form; also other im- S portant information upon, the turf. !; PRICE, 25 CENTS PER COPY. J; Address, GEO. F. FRECH, j! Room 23 Howland Block, Chicago, 111. ft Notice! Notice! I wish to notify my patrons that the horse I wrote to them about starts next Tuesday, and we expect 10 to 1 or bettor for our money. This is one of the host things I have had this season at Oakland, and owing to the uncertain track conditions on account of the rainy season on tho coast, I will not send a wire every day, but three or four Occasionals each week that will win. No wire sent out by me since last THURSDAY. My next wire will be TUESDAY TUESDAY OAKLAND OAKLAND Special One-Horse Wire from My Man at the Track. ONE A DAYNO MORE. .00 Guaranteed to Win .00 or SIX WIRES for 0.00. If any one of these Specials loses, I will give Free the next Special until I give you a winner. Winners count not losers. And I guarantee my One-Horso Wire genuine track Information no guess work. All Specials wirsi in code. Upon receipt of your subscription for wires I will send code by return of mall. Ex-Jockey Marshall, Initials K. J. Phono Main 1293. ROOM 610, 50 FIFTH AVENUE, CHICAGO, ILL. Rubric, 3-1, Won was one on our DAILY HANDICAP SHEET, which gives one horse in each race at Oakland. Two on yesterdays sheet wore scratched. All you need to make you a nice winner on the system which we are giving in connection with this sheet Is to get one winner a day. HAVE NOT HAD A LOSING DAY ON THIS SYSTEM SINCE WE STARTED. TERMS: .00 WEEKLY. ZIPANGO . . 3-2, WON was yesterdays FORM SPECIAL. Now book on sale now at all news-stands and agents in the United States and Canada. Mondays Form Special: July Pear-76-6-46. The Standard Turf Guide, Room 212, 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago. t. c. WOOD and co Room 312, 59 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. Turf Ratings, Best Bet: GAP, 10. Turf Reporter Special: Girls Tako-49.55-42-73-38. Yesterdays Best "on the Ratings was: OUARDI . . .6-1, 2nd A 0.00 Uat bet on all Turf Ratings, Best Bets, last week won over S194.00. NATIONAL RACING REVIEW Room 37, 71 Dearborn Strcot, Chicago, HI. Mondays Special: Colorado, Mimic, Maroon, Robin. .00 per month, 25 cents per copy. I SUBSCRIBE FOR DAILY RACING FORM.

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