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I | HORSES IN TRAINING 1908 TO BE PUBLISHED MARCH 30th, 1908. Will contain a complete list of Horses in Training in the East and West, imludiug name, color. NX, ■gC and pedigree, as well as owner, IraimT and stable jockey. EVERY TWO YEAR OLD REGISTERED WITH THE JOCKEY CLUB WILL BE IN CLUDED: ALSO THE RULES OF RACING, SCALES OF WEIGHTS. WINNERS OF AMERICAN AND ENGLISH CLASSIC EVENTS. WINNING SIRES. OWNERS. JOCKEYS AND SEVERAL NEW AND USEFUL FEATURES. For reference purposes the book is invaluable. Price, .0O, bound in leather, postage prepaid. Money in not accompany the order. Address. H. A. BUCK, 571 Fifth Ave., New York. I Sophomore, 2-1, Won wa- y.st.r.lays DAILY 1-HORSE WIRE. TERMS: .00 WEEKLY; .00 DAILY. Today have one on our DaUf Wire which starts in the i alifornia Oaks. Price. .00. GUARANTEED • 1—2. OR NEXT WIRE FREE. Will be fair price. Botk vosi.-r.lays and Thursdavs Form Spe.ials imv scratchi-d. Saturdays Form Special: July Grape 14-25-33-6-16-65-73-9-25-7-79 Boafc W. The Standard Turf Guide ROOM 212. 59 DEARBORN ST.. CHICAGO. NEW BOOK ON SALE NOW. Turf Ratings Best Bet aac new fcaafc No. :;o. ..in tada] : Ken 78. Turf Reporters Special code in new lx ok No. MS: Girls See 29-27-65-37-47-33-61-45. Thurs.i.ix Daily one Hois. ■ Wire w u: .00 Daily. S5.00 Six Wires. FRED BENT 11-5 lost ■■Mar |at in today lhst few wires have had had luek and »e aie all due for a winner. Today is the day. Ntif said Woods Turf Ratings issued semi-weekly. The cost is 25 cents a copy: .50 per month. GRAPHITE If -5 Won 1 was paatardayl wire. Strictly one a day. Our record will appear hereafter in this column. Terms for this wire: .00 daily; .00 per week. J. MILLER, R. 611. II? Dearborn St. Phone Central 5846. NATIONAL RACING REVIEW Room 37, 71 Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111. Todays Special: Alabama, Mason. Minute, Robin. .00 per month. 25 cents per copy. PHILIP J. DWYER, President. F. REHBERCER, Racing Secretary. QUEENS COUNTY JOCKEY CLUB STAKES :».,.: SPRING MEETING OF 1908 STAKES CLOSE ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17th, 1908. THE CARTER HANDICAP Guaranteed Cash Value, 0,000, for Three- Year- Olds and Upward FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD. THE CARTER HANDICAP OF 0,000. lor three jear-oUN and upward: 0 each, or |gg if declared •■y April 1st: $ additional for starter. Guarant-ed eaafe value 0.001, of which SL.imXi to the m—d and .MM to the third. Weights to be announced Match Wth. Seven Furlongs. THE STERLING STAKES.— for three-vearolds and upward: - -.0 each. forfeit: with t-.fM added, of which 00 to the second and 00 to the third. Weight for aaje. One Mile. THE FREEPORT HANDICAP.— For three-year-olds and upward: T each, 0 forfeit: with Sl.r.oi .idded. of which jO to t lie second and 50 to the third. Weights to tie announced three days before the race. Winners after the announcement of the weights to carry .! lbs. extra. Seven Furlongs. THE QUEENS COUNTY HANDICAP. — For three year-olds and upward: 5 each. 0 forfeit: wi*li SI. 500 adde of which .f250 to the second and 50 to the third. Weights to be announced three days before the race. Winners after the announcement of the weights to carry ", lbs. extra. One Mil". THE ROCKAWAY STAKES.— For three-year-olds and upward: 0 each, half forfeit: with ,080 aidtfd, of which f3N to the second and 00 to the third. The winner to be sold at auction for ,500. If for less. 1 lb. allowed for each 0 down to fl.OOo. Selling price to lie stated through the entry 1m. when entries close on the dav preceding the nee. Winners of a race of the value of .K0 at the rne.-r in, i.ot to be entered for less than ,500. Six Furlong.-. THE FLUSHING STAKES.- For three-year-olds nd upward: 0 each, half forfeit: with ,000 ciMed. of which 00 to the second and 00 to the third. The winner to lie sold at auction for $.",.ooo. 1! for less, 1 lb. allowed for each 00 down to ,000. Selling price to be stated throimh the entry bov when entries close on the day preceding the race. Winners of a race of the value of ,000 at the ineii-ing not to be filled for lesV than ,000. One Mile. FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS. THE ARVERNE STAKES, ror three-year-olds; 5 each. 0 forfeit: with ,500 added, of whi.-h M to the aeaaad and 50 to the third. Weights io lbs. below the scale. Xon winners of a race n ,000, or two of .tH«0. eUowed 5 lbs.; of ,750. 10 lha ; of 1908.sh50. 15 lbs.; maidens. 20 lbs. Six Furlongs. THE UNION STAKES.-— For three year-olds; 0 each, half forfeit: wilh Sl.000 added, of whi. i 00 to the second and 00 to the third. The winner to be sold at auction for $::.00O. If for less, 1 Jb. a Ih wed for each 00 down to 00. Selling price to be stated through the entry-box at 2 p. m. on the day preceding the race. Winners of a race of the value of ,000 at the meeting not to be entered lor leas than ,000. Seven Furlongs. FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS. THE CANARSIE STAKES. For two-year-olds : 5 each. 0 forfeit: with ,500 added, of which S0 to the second and 86 to the third. Weights 10 lbs. below the scale. Non-winners of SI. 000 allowed .". lbs. Four Furlongs. THE ROSE STAKES. -For fillies two years old: S25 each. 0 forfeit: with ,500 added, of which 99G0 to the second and 50 to the third. Weights 10 «, below the scale. Non-winners of tl.OJfl allowed 5 lbs. Four Furlongs. THE OZONE STAKES. — For two-year-olds; 0 each, half forfeit: with ,000 added, of which oo to the second ami S100 to the third. The winner to be sold at . Miction for ,000. If for less. 1 lb. allowed for each 00 down to ,000. Selling price to be stated through the entry-box wher entries . -on the day preceding the ra e. Winners of a race of the value of ,000 at the meeting not to be entered for less titan ,000. Four Furlongs. THE WOODHAVEN STAKES.— For two-year-olds; 0 each, half forfeit: with ,000 added, of which 1908.sh0$ to the second and 00 to the third. The winner to be sold at auction for $::.500. If for less. 1 lb. allowed for each »Mt down to ,000. Selling price to be stated through the entry box when entries ekMC on the day preceding the race. Winners Of a race of the value of .hm at the meeting not to lie entered for less than ,500. Four and a Half Furlongs. STEEPLECHASES FOR FOUR-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD. THE GLENDALE STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP — For four-year-olds and upward. I.y subscription of 5 each. 0 forfeit: with ,500 added, of which 50 to the second and 5» to the third. Weights to be .innounced live lavs before the race. Winners after r.nnouncement of weights to carry 5 lbs. extra. About Two Miles and a Half. THE WINFIELD STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP.— For four-year-olds and upward. I.y subscription of 5 each, 0 forfeit: with S1.200 added, of which 00 to the second and 00 to the third. Weights to be announced live davs before the race. Winners after tin- announcement of weights to carry 5 lbs. extra. About Two Miles. THE BAYSIDE STEEPLECHASE*— For four-year-olds and upward. I.y subscription of 5 each. ■ SiO forfeit: with ,000 added, of which 00 to the second and 00 to the third. WgOjMa 10 lbs. abov the scale. The winner to be sold at auction for ,000. If for less. 1 lb. allowed for each 00 down to ."liKI. Selling price to be stated through the eiHry box when entries close on the day preceding the race. Winners of a race of the value of ,000 at the meeting not to he entered for less than ,500. About Two Miles. THE RFLES OF RACING and subsequent amendment- thereto adopted by The Jockey Flub govern ail races run under the au.-nices of the Queens County Jockey Club. Entries to either or all of the races advertised in this paper will be received only with the understanding, and on the agreement of the 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 4:1 — At the discretion of the Stewards of The Jockey Club, or of the Stewards, aud without notice, the entries of any person, or the transfer of any entry, may be refused." The Uules of Racing adopted by the National Steeplechase ami Hunt A-soeiation govern all sleepl--chases run under the auspice* of the Queen- otinty .lix-key tlub. In making nominations to these stakes, particular attention is hereby called to Rules 50, 51, 52 and 53 of the Rules of Racing. 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Jockeys, Weights, Value and Time of The Leading Winning Two-Tear-Olds American Stakes. Since 1870. Winners of All Stakes of 1907, List of Horses that Have Sold for Great Racing Statistics of 1907. Prices. Horses Disqualified in 1907. Remarkable Feats of Jockeyship. Dead Heats of 1907. Leading American Sires Since 1870. Lexington Sales. * The Bookmaking Percentage Table. Horses Which Died in 1907. J A Table of Comparative Speed of the Horses Bid Up Last Year. j ! Tracks at All Distances. Some Good Racing Investments. The Scales of Weights of the Jockey Product of Winter Tracks. Club, American Turf Association, What the Running Horses Did in 1907. Western Jockey Club, Pacific Jockey Record of Miles Run in 1:39 or Better, Club and of England. Etc.. Etc. Price: 50 cents in paper cover, 75 cents in leather binding. Single copies by registered mail only. With this eminently handy book in his pocket lhe American andny admirer of racing can readily answer almost The American Racing Manual ary query that may come up concerning facts of Racing Manual _._._ racing in the past. Its equa! has never been ■*3SsgE»L* printed ami, considering the topics it covers, it "~$£5050££ri* f is an extremely cheap book of 340 pages. *P 1908 — 1908 DAILY RACING FORM PUB. CO., 124 FIFTH AVENUE. CHICAGO. DjSjt p.»c,eg To-m Publuhiig t D»2, Rac M Term % Fu.Vi.-u* I Conipa.y BaMHHBHMinHMBBHHaBBHMHHMMMMHm.nMa Coupa.y 124 m A.««. Ill CWM. 1J4 iu A..-. OM. a JANUARY BOOK OF CHARTS. Monthly form books, containing charts of all races run from Janu-• ary 1 to and including January 31 will be on sale at Daily Racing Form Office at noon today. Price, .00.