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♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB j ♦ "CHURCHILL DOWNS/ ♦ T CHAS. F. GRAINGER, President. LYMAN H. DAVIS, Secretary. M. J. WIHNM, Vice President and Manager. H. C. APPLEGATE, Treasurer *i ♦ 4 ♦ The Debutante Stakes for 1908. The Bluegrass Stakes for 1908. ♦ THE DEBUTANTE STAKES.— For two year-old fillies-. £ ■■■■ JA WW mmm THE BLUEGRASS STAKES.— For three-year-olds that 4k k to accompany tb nomination; 0 additional to start. ,000 |w 1 #% IL L§ k bave not won a sweepstakes or two races of any kind prior to 2r* added, of which 00 to second and 00 to tliiid. Winners of fcV I ■ L IM P tne cIo8lnS of tbis stakes. to accompany tbe nomination; T a sweepstakes to carry 3 lbs.; of two, 5 lbs. extra. Maidens $."»0 additional to start. ,000 added, of which 00 to second ▼ allowed 5 lbs. Four Furlongs. p q ry and 00 to third. Weight, 112 lbs. Winners of a sweep- W , StakeS °r °f tW0 races after FebruarT t 1908 selling purses ▲ -r. — ■ - - - - - - irkrto • - The BaSnfOrd IVIanOr OtdkeS fOr l9UO. .- - . _. excepted, to carry 5 lbs. extra. Maidens allowed 8 lbs. X ▲ THE BASHF0RD MANOR STAKES.— For two-year-old W t/ — ml I 1 ij s«ven Furlongs. J colts and peldings. to accompany the nomination; 0 addi- * ■ ■ ■ ■ V M • ♦ tional to start. ,000 added, cf which 00 to second and 00 P"" LOUISVlllC otCeplCClldSC fOT .v** 1908. ♦ It Jl P T" I IV I f ♦ to third. Winners of a sweepstakes to carry 3 lbs.: of two. WW ■" ■ I I tm V3 THE L0UISVILLE STEEPLECHASE.— A Handicap for ♦ ■ Wi haa ha ■ 11 lbs. extra. Maidens allowed 5 lbs. Four and a Half Furlongs. three-year-olds and upward. to accompany the nomination; A ▲ 0 additional to start. ,000 added, of which 00 to second X The Juvenile Stakes for 1908. a q q »n i • ■• to third: fourth t0 saye stake, weights to be an- J T THE JUVENILE STAKES.-A Selling Sweepstakes for | v7 J O n0unced tW° dayS pri°r t0 the day of the race- Winners a«er ♦ weights are posted to carry 5 lbs. extra. Four or more horses # X two year-olds. to accompany the nomination; 0 additional ♦ of different interest to start or the race be declared off. may to start. ,000 added, of which O0 to second and 00 to % Ful1 Course About » Miles. third. The winner to be sold at auction. Those entered to be L sold for ,500 to carry weight for age. Allowances: 2 lbs. for A ♦ rrtS1! rStVTJ Thc Louisvmc Hancap for 1908. i Also Kenturkv Dprhv **IMJ l£ll lUt»ly Utfl Uy THE LOUISVILLE HANDICAP. -For three-year-olds T + named through the entry box. at the usual hour of closing, the and ♦ day prior to the race, and those so named will be liable for the J ■• - ■ n I TT* ° ° accum»My tlie nomination; 0 additional to ▼ T starting fee. Five Furlongs. 3111 KPntllP.KV iltflK Btart. ,250 added, of which 00 to second and 00 to third. ♦ *■■■*■ ■%*/■■ I WHJ V/MlliJ Weights to be announced three days prior to the day of the A ♦ The Clark Handicap for 1908. +... iaaa taceHWinDeK;; at raee- °rth;;r than a "***£-?•. *** ♦ TAf IMIIM weights are posted, to carry ., lbs. extra. Six Furlongs. X ♦ THE CLARK HANDICAP.— For three year-olds and up- I VI tJJ%J 0 to accompany the nomination; 0 additional to k tward. start. ,500 added, of which 00 to second and 50 to third. ~~ The KClltUCRy DCI*by fOr 1909. * ♦ Weights to be announced three days prior to the day of the _ m„„ mTT,„„„ „„„„,„, „,,„, „ ♦ » THIRTY-FIFTH RUNNING OF THE KENTUCKY + race. Winners of a race, other than a selling purse, after - ♦ DERBY.-For three-year-old* foals of 190ft. to accompany weights are posted, to carry 5 lbs. extra. OT,LCC xft , nOI= STAKES TO CLOSE tne nomination; » to be paid May 1. 100S: 0 to be paid T ♦ One Mile and a Sixteenth. • March 1, 1909. 00 additional to start. The value of the ▼ % The frank Fehr Stakes for 1908. SatllHlaV FebrUarV 1 SSTJSKSSTrnllSSrSS: i kMiHI* MM M. VU1 UU1 M THE FRANK FEHR STAKES.— A Selling Sweepstakes for J f J winners of a three-year-old race of the value of ,500 allowed J X three-year-olds and upward. to accompany the nomination; 5 lbs.; maidens, 12 lbs. One Mil© and a Quarter. ▼ 0 additional to start. ,000 added, of which 00 to second — • ▼ + and 00 to third. The winner to be sold by auction. Those T|-0 Ka»nHl*»kv fiakt frti* IQflQ ♦ entered to be sold for ,000 to carry weight for age: if en III© lC IH.Ul»ly VQIVa IUI laU9. J tered to be sold for ,000. 4 lbs. below the scale, then 1 lb. DlWrAC C/fftfl «lf1i9 CCIIA THE THIRTy"FIFTH RUNNING OF THE KENTUCKY ▼ allowed for each 00 to ,000, then .1 lb. allowed for each f Ulautlf lUU dllU jUU OAKS.— For three-year-old fillies foals of 1906. to accom- ▼ hi to 00. Winners of a sweepstakes after March 15, 190S, pany the nomination; 0 to be paid May 1, 1908; 5 to be ▲ not to be entered to be sold for less than ,400. Starters, Handicaps andCf nN/] C7AA pai1 Maren 1- 1909- 10° additional to start. The value of the Willi soiling price, to be named through the entry box. at The CVCrV DaV * wDUU uIlQ w/UU stakes to be ,000, of which 00 to second and 50 to third. X usual hour of closing, the day prior to the race, and those s-j Non-winners of a three-year-old race ol the value of ,000 r named will be liable for the starting fee. One Mile. . ____ allowed 5 lbs.; maidens, 12 lb.. One Mile and a Sixteenth. 1 ♦ ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS AND ENTRIES TO 4 % LYMAN H. DAVIS, Secretary, - - - - LOUISVILLE, KY. t i NOW FOR SALE j I The American Racing Manual for 1908 | BOUND IN LEATHER: BOUND IN PAPER: | C From Newsdealers or this Office . . 75 cents From Newsdealers or this Office . . 50 cents v S By Registered Mail . ...... 85 cents By Registered Mail 60 cents c I DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO., 1 | 124 FIFTH AVENUE, CHICAGO, ILL. TODAY YOUR LAST CHANCE to get in on our .00 X Special. Remember, it is guaranteed to WIN AND WIN ONLY, or we will yive all ■■bliilhiLj a .00 subscription to our Daily One-Horse Wire, whieh liou.- since Deceuilx-r 24tli 25 Wires: 17 Won, 6 Second. 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