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A NEW RACING PUBLICATION. The American Raciug Manual for 1910 Is In pro-enas of preparation and will be ready for distribution early in January. It will contain all the features that have appeared in past editions. This pablicatioa. which is annually in great demand among those interested in the turf. Is an excellent and low-priced book, holding information obtainable in no other publication. It is simply a mine of records. One of the features of this book Is a tabulated compilation of the great races of England. France and Australia, which covers the winners and other details from their institution. This is a feature that is more comprehensive than ever before attempted by any turf publication in the world. Other features are: Record for 1015 of Every Horse That Raced In | I North America During the Year. I Imposition of Method for Calculating Pari Muluel Prices, with Examples. Record lriies in the rari-Mutuels. Fnglish Racing Records to Date. Three Handicap Systems, with Examples. Records for All Distances of the Tracks of the United States, Canada and Mexico. American Yearling Sales of 1915. American Racing Records at All Distances. Canadian Racing Records. English Racing Records. Australasian Racing Records. The Great Money Winners of the American and English Turf. Tabulation of Winning Two Year-Olds of 1915, Arranged Under Their Respective Sires. Officials and Location of Racing Organizations of the Halted States. Canada and Mexico List of Horses That Have Sold for Great Prices. The Leading Winuing Two Year-Olds Since 1870. Remarkable Tests of Jockeyship. Leading American Sires Since 1870. Twenty Leading Sires of 1915. | I I Table of Comparative Speed of the Tracks at Various Distances. The Scales of Weights of the Jockey Club. Kentucky State Racing Commission. Pacific Jockey Club. Canadian Racing Associations, Jockey Club Juarez, Cuba-American Jockey Club and of England. Tables of Speed of All Tracks. English Betting Rules. The book costs only 50 cents In paper binding and 75 cents in leather covers. Single copies hy mail must be sent as registered mail, with an extra charge of ten cents for registry tion. Not responsible for books mailed without "BV istration. i~" With this eminently handy hook in his pocket any admirer of racing can readily answer almost any query that may come up concerning facta of racing in the past. Its equal has never been printed aod. considering the topics it covers. It is an extremely low-priced book. Orders for it should be sent to Daily Racing Form Publishing Company. 441 Plymouth Court. Chicago, 111: 74 Exchange Street, Buffalo, N. Y., or 722, 501 Fifth Avenue. New York, and will be promptly rilled as soon as issued.