The American Racing Manual, Daily Racing Form, 1910-08-24


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THE AMERICAN RACING MANUAL. Enlarged and more comprehenstrp than ever, the American Racing Manual of 9910 is now on sale at the Office of Daily Racing Form Publishing Company, S9 Plymouth Court, Chicago. This publication, which is annually in great demand among those Interested In the turf, is an excellent, and low-priced book of 4O0 pages, holding information obtainable in no other publication. It is simply a mine of records. Among other features it contains the following: The Sales of 1909 in America and Canada. Ruglish Racing Records to Date. Three Handicap Systems -with Examples. Records at All Distances of the Tracks of the United States and Canada. American Racing Records at All Distances. Australian Racing Records. The Great Mouey Winners of the American and English Turf. The Reading Winning Two-Year-olds Since 1S70. Rist of Horses Which Have Sold for Rreat Prices. Remarkable Feats of Jockeysblp. Reading American Sires Since 1S70. Twenty Reading Sires of 1989. A Table of Comparative Speed of the Tracks at All Distances. The Scales of Weights of the Jockey Club, Ameri can Turf Association, Western Jockey Club, Pacific Jockey Club, Canadian Racing Associations, Southern Jockey Club and of England. A Table of the Mile Speed of All Tracks. The Winners of the Two Thousand, One Thousand, Fpsom Derby, Oaks and St. Reger from Their Foundation. The English Betting Rules. The First. Second and Third Horses, Jockeys. Weights. Values and Times of American Stakes. Winners of All Stakes of 1909. Racing Statistics of 1909. Horses Dk«rnaI19ed In 1909. Dead Heats in Man. Horses Which Died in 1909. Horses Bid Rp In 1909. Winners of the Rreat Kngllsh Stakes of 1909. What the Running Horses Did in 1909. Records of Miles Run in 1:99 or Better. Etc.. E*c. The book costs only 50 cents in paper binding and 75 cents in leather covers. Single copies by mail will positively only be gent as registered mail, with an extra charge of 10 cents for registration. With this eminently handy book in his pocket any admirer of racing can readily answer almost any cpiery that may come up concerning facts of racing in the past. Its canal has never been printed and, considering the topics It covers, it Is an extremely low priced book.

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