untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-18


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MGE0R6E SHITHM rZ7J?eProjerMJohn Sanford Will Stand at UexingtonKy GEORGE SMITH, champion four years and upward horse of 1918, holds records at the sprint distances and in his last race, The Bowie, ran the most creditable race on record at 1 1-2 miles in American history. He has proved himself a great stayer, as well as a sprinter. A St. Simon on the one side, he traces to the great Queen Mary on his dams side. y WILL BE ALLOWED TO SERVE A. FEW APPROVED MARES AT PRIVATE CONTRACT Apply to W. H. SEALEY, Amsterdam, N. Y. LOOKS EXTRA GOOD TODAY and should win easily: No. 725. Code of Book 393. Amcr.can Thoroughbred, Baltimore Bldg., Chicago. HARVEST KING, 8-1, WON; ELIZABETH MARIE, 8-1, WON. .See reported Book 737. Get The Turf Reporter for this kind of winners. It gives them. TODAYS SPECIAL: No. 119 in Book 737. THE TURF REPORTER. R. 509 Baltimore Bldg.. 22 W. Qulncy St.. Chicago. Get The Standard. Gives you winners and costs no more than the others. See Book CIO, on sale now at all newsstands at 23c iter copv. Yesterdays Special won. Todays Form. Special: No. 116 in Book 610. THE STANDARD TURF GUIDE, Boom 403, 22 West Quincy Street, Chicago, IllinoU. A PROBABLE WINNER AT GOOD ODDS MONDAY NEXT AT FAIR GROUNDS "WIRED FOR WINNINGS OF . Obolus 9-5 Won Sandy Lad . 6-l Won R. RHODES 224 Bt. Paul St. :: BALTIMORE MD. Subscribe for Daily Racing Form

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