untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-06


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tr Daily Racing Form Publications Daily Racing Form i A reflection of the American turf by telegraph. Published daily during the winter racing daily, except Monday, during the summer. Subscription by first-class mail per month, May to November, inclusive; per month, December to April, inclusive. Monthly Racing Form Containing charts of all races run on recognized North American tracks during the month, comprehensively and completely indexed, index to all stakes run during the current year, American jockey records, scale of weights, authentic statistical matter, calendar table of racing dates for coming month and other valuable data. This book is on sale in the eastern district on or about the fifth of the month. Price, . If ordered by mail ten cents extra for registration. Annual Racing Form Published in two volumes, contains charts of all races run during the current year and all matter contained in Monthly Racing Form covering the period of racing in each volume. The first volume is on sale on or about July 15 and the second volume on or about January 15. This publication is bound in durable leatherette. Price, 0 per volume. If ordered by mail ten cents extra for registration. American Racing Manual The authoritative statistical work on American racing. Complete statistics of racing for the past year, histories of all important stakes, summary of yearling sales, records of all horses racing during past year, histories of important foreign stakes, bookmaking percentage table, handicapping tables and instructions for application, complete track records, track diagrams, and many other features of value to the student of racing are contained in this publication. Published annually and placed on sale on or about February 1. This book is issued in special binding, stamped with gold leaf. Price .50. If ordered by mail ten cents extra for registration. THESE PUBLICATIONS are recognized by racing associations here and abroad as the real authority on American racing. Every racing secretary has these publications on his desk for ready reference, and all leading owners, breeders, trainers and students of form depend on them for racing data. DAILY RACING FORM is Complete, Accurate, Dependable and the monthly and annual publications are the most complete books of their kind issued in any country. The charts of the races are compiled by racing experts, men who have made the turf a subject of life -long study and research, men who are capable, dependable and imbued with the spirit of service to the racing public which DAILY RACING FORM demands of all its employes. The statistics published in DAILY RACING FORM publica-tions are compiled by a corps of experts from the most complete and ingenious set of records ever kept on the subject of racing anywhere. Almost any question of fact relating to the American turf can be settled quickly and finally by reference to one of these publications. Daily Racing Form Publishing Co. 441 PLYMOUTH COURT, CHICAGO, ILL. 157-159 EAST THIRTY-SECOND ST., NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. 50 RICHMOND STREET EAST. TORONTO. ONT., CAN. 307 DECATUR STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. " J VOLUME II. ANNUAL RACING FORM FOR 1923 ON SALE ABOUT JANUARY 10 ANNUAL RACING FORM THE INTERNATIONAL AUTHORITY ON AMERICAN RACING Circulating in the United States, Cuba, Philippine Islands, Canada, Mexico, England, France, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Australia, India, Argentina, Chile, Peru, etc., etc. THIS BOOK CARRIES ; indexed form charts of all recognized racing in the United States, Canada, Cuba and Mexico, has supplanted all others for the use of racing officials and is universally used by jockey clubs throughout the world. Compact, accurate, perfectly printed, with absolutely correct index, on linen paper, lettered, and bound in flexible leather. Contains, besides charts oi all recognized racing on American tracks, the American and Canadian time records, scales of weights of various governing bodies and records of jockey mounts in the United States, Canada and Mexico for the year. i THE SPECIAL ATTENTION 0E STUDENTS Of EORM i is directed to the method of indexing the charts. The index shows each and every start of all horses that have raced, with firsts, seconds, thirds and track conditions designated on the occasion of each and every start. By means of this innovation it is possible for the user of the Form Book to instantly determine a horses ability to run " on any sort of track concerning which information is desired, as shown in the following example : CALCUTTA, ch. c, 3, by Colin Jamma, by Delhi G. E. Allen x ! PC748h 675?0 "G75S11 "GTSlSh G7901 3GS153m 1 "GSlOllh C820G FULL MOON, blk. m, 5, by Dick Finnoll Caller Ou, by Oddfellow J. McGinn x trG7r.ll3 Efi754G EG7G39 C67679 rc7805 G7S33 sG7933li s67957h sGSOGOli JGS0S7 GS151iu fc6S199m ; C31M23li BEST PAL, br. h, G, by Helmet Padula, by Laveno S. N. Holinan X 67841Ui C7C.J7 G7771 "G7901 "67965 rCS2flC P6S28S MIDIAN, b. h, G, by Meridian Veneta Stromo, by Ben Strome J. Bice :J: EG7451 G75732 67617 ct7673 -G7S02 cr,7S72m iG7S9Gm EG79331i tGSOOOm 3GSlL0;ni GS055h GSIJSjii ; lGS222m c6S241h IT. X. BEAL, ch. h, 9, by Glorifier Puritan Girl, by Yankee. H. T. Palmer 0 3G774S 167915m toG7981m 67997m 6S041Ii 16S129 CS18G;h "6S3043 1GS3411 QTTECREEX, b. g, 5, by Hnon Jessie "Woodson, by Scorpion Summit Stable S..X i 368079 "6S255 3GS272 "GS311 JGS3513 r6S37G3 ROISTERER, ch. g, G, by Ethelbert Boxanna, by Bock Sand C. E. Groves x 367622 rG767Gs G772S5 r7S03 . J07S95m rG7930sIi 6S059h lGSOSS 3CS12S 16S303 CS31S 16S345 j "GS405 rCS4GS : EDWARD GRAY, blk. c, 3, by Von Tromp Bonsetta, by Masetto W. Daniel i "67GS4 "G7S81 tG79SG tGS.tM5 r6S323:! PGS3S9 SUN BRAE, ch. e, 5, by Sundridge Sweet Briar II., by St. FrusquinCW. A. McKinney x i 3G74G8 J67590 G7635 367696 307795 "G7S45 3G7994 M6S176 3i6S234 ! Index numbers in parcnthcFCS indicate winning races; seconds and thirds are designated by superior figures and the condition of the track is shown by the designation following the index number as follows: "s" for slow, "sy" for sloppy, "m" for muddy and "h" for heavy. When not otherwise designated fast or good track conditions prevail. S indicates that the horse has run in steeplechase and hurdle races. ::Fair mud runner. XGood mod runner. Superior mud runner. Imported. fDisqualified. Index figures in italic type S629.ph indicate stake race. 1 Before each race number in the index below an alphabetical sign is prefixed, which shows the distance at which the race so numbered has been run. The key to these distances is given below: j 1-4 and 3-8 Mile A 1 Mile n 3 1-2 Furlongs B From 1 Mile and 20 Yards to 1 Mile and 1-2 Milo : D 103 Yards o 4 1-2 Furlongs 1 1"16 Miles P 5-8 Milo G 1 1-8 Miles Q 5 1-2 Furlongs H 1 3-1G, 1 1-4 and 1 5-1G Miles R 3-4 Mile J 1 1-2 ar,d 1 3-8 Miles S G 1-2 Furlongs K 1 5-8 and 1 3-4 MilC3 T 7-8 Milo 1 2 t0 3 Miles D" 7 1-2 Furlongs H 3 to 4 Miles y r a .. ... Annual Racing Form has been oversold for the past few years and the attention of pro-spective purchasers of the 1923 edition is respectfully called to the ! desirability of placing orders early. PUBLISHED IN TWO VOLUMES Price, Per Volume, S1Q Copies by mail must go as registered matter, with an extra charge of ten cents for registration. Not responsible for books sent as regular mail. Daily Racing Form Publishing Co. 1 441 Plymouth Court Chicago, Illinois. 157-159 East Thirty-second Street - New York, N. Y. 50 Richmond Street. East Toronto, Ont. 307 Decatur Street ------ New Orleans, La.

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