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1910 GREATEST 1910 SALE OF THE ..YEAR.. Lexington, Ky., September 20-24 EVENINGS DURING KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION FALL MEETING. 250 YEARLINGS 250 THE GET OF EVERY PROMINENT SIRE IN THE COUNTRY. BROTHERS AND SISTERS TO MANY CLASSY TURF PERFORMERS. 7 K ""tJ" 7 1 f U TRAINING I J THE ENTIRE STABLES OF Fred A. Forsythe, including Twilight Queen, Silver Brush. Colston. Royal Eagle, Shooting Spray, Virginie. Dew Berry. Petronel, Janet, Waukita, Corsair. Pariah, Aleppo, etc. St, James Stable, including Lotus Eater, Green Seal, Woolwinder, Miss Sain, Hasty Agnes, Grande Dame. Alfred the Great, Star-over, Anderson, Marlborough. Union Jack, The Whip, Trafalgar. Rcdlass. Dora Peel, Miss Helene, Zilpah, Pascagoula, etc. Complete Catalog Ready Sept. 7 MAILED ONLY ON APPLICATION TO THE KENTUCKY SALES CO. INCORPORATED, Lexington :: Kentucky special: Kentucky is the only state licensing betting by pari-mutuels and there will be over 50 CONSECUTIVE RACING DAYS beginning at Lexington. Monday. September 19. YOU CAN RACE AND BUY HERE AT THE SAME TIME. 1910 Running Race Speed Program OF THE MINNESOTA STATE FAIR Midway Between St. Paul and Minneapolis, SEPTEMBER 5TH TO 9TH. Five Days Horse Racing. Mondav to Friday Inclusive, "8 Running Races on Half-Mile Track 2 Running Races on Mile Track For ,000. EVERY KNOWN CONVENIENCE SUPPLIED TO HORSEMEN AND HORSES. For full particulars address C. N. COSGROVE. C. M. GRIGGS, Secretary, Mainline, Minn. Supt. of Speed, St. Caul. Minn. RUNNING RACES. Mondav. SVptonil.er ." : i i! Mile . " Farloags 04 Tuesdav. September ti: 5 Furlongs 0 :i-4 Mile Wednesday, September 7: 1-8 Mile 00 1 i s Miles "DeTby" Thursday. September 8: 7 Furlougs $;*h ::-i Mile IMfJ Friday. September a: I Mile .$."rt 0 1 _ Mile . 0 The Derby, 1 1 -S miles, and the mile dash will be run on the mile track. Entries close niglit before race at 9 oclock. Kansas State Fair HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. SEPT. 10 TO 17, 1910. This meet ins niay he continued over Into tin-week following if horses and conditions justify. Then horses can be moved direct to Oklahoma City. Open bent If rules of the Central Jockey Club to govern. FOUR RACES EACH DAY. Purses: 50.00, 00.00 and 50.00. The Kansas Derby, Sept. 12, 1910. Iurse 00. of which 00 to the second and $.50 to the third horse. For three-year-olds and upward. 0 to nominate and " additional to start. Five pounds below scale. Winners of purse value 00 or five races other than selling since April 1 penal ized live pounds; non winners of a race value 00 since that date allowed four pounds; race value $."00 seven pounds: horses bred in Kansas allowed five pounds. Entries to close September 1. One and One-Sixteenth Miles. BOOK NOW READY. For stalls and information address A. L. SPONSLER, Secretary, Hutchinson, Kansas. Oklahoma State Fair OKLAHOMA CITY, U. S. A. SEPT. 27 TO OCT. 9, 1910. FOUR RACES EACH DAY. Purses: 00.00 to 00.00. OPEN BOOKING. The Oklahoma Derby, Oct. 6, 1910. Iurse 00. of -which 00 to second and 0 to the third horse. For three-year-olds and upward. 0 to enter and 0 additional to start. Entries close September 21 . 1910, when horse or horses must be named. Five pounds below scale. WiaaetS of a purse value 00 or five races of any value other than soiling this year penalized five pounds. Non-winners of a race value 00 this year allowed four pounds; race value $.!00 seven pounds. Horses bred in Oklahoma allowed five pounds. One and One-Sixteenth Miles. FIRST WEEKS BOOK READY. For stalls and information address t S. MAHAN, Secretary, Oklahoma City. Okla. ~-i mr?mmamMMimmvc™ ZT K~xi!w. hiiuljumiiibii |l II III I I "THE METHOD." My "Sure Shot Method" is "The Method." its a "Winner" at "Handbook" or "Poolroom" or "Track." and you :ni depend upon it. II has "stood the test of time" and thousands of dollars are boing taken from the "Handbooks" by those who use it. 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All who had yesterdays Special will lo.-eive one free on September I.;. Change of track conditions spoiled the chances of our Special vest -relay . Special linislied third. Iarlay lost. Daily lost. Form Special ftaished second. MONDAYS FORM SPECIAL: June Grape 56-39-50-23-25-29-51-37-16. THE STANDARD TURF GUIDE Room 211 : : 59 Dearborn St. : : Chicago. Illinois National Racing Review, Chicago Yesterdays Form S| oeial ran second. Ytstetd-iys Wire was scratched. MONDAYS FORM SPECIAL: No. 47.