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7a Worth Jockey Club I ENTRIES ?SE I 4 1 4 , 0 aaa 0 0 WORTH, ILLINOIS. I IClFC!! O, added. Spring Meeting 1903. 1903. Spring Meeting April 29 to May 22. Fall Meeting Oct. 5 to Oct. 31 . THE WORTH HANDICAP, ,000 Added. THE EVERGREEN STAKES, ,500 Added. stakes, 5 lbs. extra; maidens allowed 7 lbs. A sweepstakes for three-year-ohls and up- A sweepstakes for two-year-olds; 0 to ac- Four and a Half Furlongs, ward; 0 to accompany the nomination, 0 company the nomination, 0 additional to additional to start; ,000 added, of which 00 start; ,500 added, of which 00 to the sec- orlaimo ORLAND qtaip5 TASemng rqoiHn nnn ON to the second and 00 to the third horse. ond and 50 to t third horse Awinn,of J Weights to be announced five days before a stakes of the value of $ ,200 to carry 3 lbs oldg andn d the nom- the race. A winner of any race after the of two such stakes, 6 lbs.; of three stakes of accompany a additional to start; ,000 added, - weights are posted to carry 5 lbs. extra. any value 8 lbs. extra. Non-winners of a One Mile and a Sixteenth. stakes that have not .vcn three races allowed im se- ine nner to De soia 3 lbs.; two races, 5 lbs.; maidens, 10 lbs. Five "J"10 THE POWERS HANDICAP, ,000 Added. Furlongs Those entered to be sold for ,500 to A sweepstakes for three-year-olds and up- carry weight for age; if for less, 3 lbs. allow- ward; 0 to accompany the nomination, 0 THE ADMIRAL STAKES 000 dded ed for each ?500 to J2000 then 1 lb- for eacn additional to start; ,000 added, of-which 00 A sweep3takes for two-year-old colts arid ?100 to f- Sta?e W"h finS P68 to the second and 00 to the htird horse. geldings; 0 to accompany the nomination, e named through the entry box at the usual hour of closmand tne day Defore the race and Weights to be announced three days before ?40 additional to start; ,000 added, of which the race. A winner of any race after the those so named to be liable for the starting 00 to the second atid ?100 to the third horse. weights are posted to carry 5 lbs. extra. A winner of a stakes to carry 3 lbs.; of two fee- ne Mile One Mile and a Furlong. stakes, 5 lbs. extra; maidens allowed 7 THE CALUMET STAKES, ,500 Added. lbs. Four and a Half Furlongs. THE FLYING HANDICAP, ,000 Added. A sweepstakes for three-year-olds; 0 to ac- A sweepstakes for three-year-olds and up- company the nomination, 0 additional to THE MAY BLOSSOM STAKES, ,000 ward; 0 to accompany the nomination, 0 start; ,500 added, of which 00 to the sec- Added. A sweepstakes for two-year-old fillies; additional to start; ,000 added, of which 00 ond and 00 to the third horse. Allowances: 0 to accompany the nomination, 0 addi- to second and 00 to the third horse. Weights . Non-winners of a three-year-old stakes of tional to start; ,000 added, of which 00 to to be announced three days before the race. ,500 value, 7 lbs.; maidens, 15 lbs. One Mile the second and 00 to the third horse. A win- A winner of any race after the weights are and a Sixteenth. ner of a stakes to carry 3 lbs.; of two posted to carry 5 lbs. extra. Six Furlongs. ADDED MONEY AND FULL VALUES IN CASH. HANDICAPS WITH 00 TO ,000 ADDED. SPECIAL NOTICE No entry will be received for any of these stakes except upon this condition: CPX7 A DO TACDCD Q That all dispntes. claims and objections arisiDg out of the raciDg, or with respect to the interpretation tZi-J W rvL JAnrEin, oecreLaryi o rra- a t-r - of the conditions of any stakes, shall be decided by a majority of the Bacing Stewards present, or those . whom they may appoint, and their decision upon all points shall be final. Koom rfO, 1 0 Jli. Madison bt., Chicago, 111. The Saratoga Association. For the Improvement of the Breed of Horses. Stakes for Summer Meeting, 1903, to Close Monday, March 9, 1903. THREE-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD. TWO-YEAR-OLDS. The Saratoga Handicap of 2,000. By subscription of 200 each, half forfeit, or 5 if The Saratoga Special. By subscription of ,000 each, half forfeit. A piece of Gold declared by June 1. To the winner ,000, to the second ,000, and to the third ,000. Plate of the value of ,500 to be added by the Association. Subscribers to name three Weights to be announced ten days before the race. "Winners of a race of the value of 4,000 horses by May 1, and only one starter to be named for each subscription. Five and a Half after the publication of the weights to carry 5 lbs. extra. One Mile and a Quarter, Furlongs. The Saratoga Cup of 5,000. By subscription of 00 each, or 25 if declared by June 1. The Adirondack of ,000. A Handicap. By subscription of 0 each, or 5 if declared Starters to pay 0 additional. To the winner ,500 and a cup of the value of 50, to the by June 1. Starters to pay 00 additional. To the winner ,000, to the second 00, and to 3econd 1,000, and to the third 500. "Weight for age. One Mile and Six Furlongs. . the third 00. "Weights to be announced three days before the race. Winners after the The Saratoga Champion. By subscription of 5 each for nominations made March 9, announcement of the weights to carry 3 lbs. extra. Six Furlongs. 1903, or 00 each for nominations made July 7, 1903, when the event shall close. Starters to The Kentucky. For Fillies. Selling. By subscription of 0 each, 5 forfeit; with pay 100 additional; with 5,000 added, of which 700 to the second and 300 to the third. ,000 added, of which 00 to the second and 00 to the third. The winner to be sold at Weight for age. One mile and a Quarter. auction for ,000. If for less, 1 lb. allowed for each 00 down to ,000. Selling price to be The Champlain of 3.000. A Handicap. By subscription of 50 each, or 25 if declared stated through the entry-box by the hour of closing entries on the day preceding the race, by June 1. Starters to pay 50 additional. To the winner 2,400, to the second 400, and to Five and a Half Furlongs. the third 200. Weights to be announced three days before the race. Winners after the The Albany. A Handicap. By subscription of 0 each, or 5 if declared by the hour announcement of the weights to carry o lbs. extra. One Mile and a Furlong. of closing entries on the day preceding the race; with ,000 added, of which 00 to the i The Merchants and Citizens Handicap. By subscription of 50 each, or 25 if declared second and 00 to the third. Weights to be announced three days before the race. Win- 1 by June 1. Starters to pay 0 additional. With ,000 added, of which 00 to the second ners after the announcement of the weights to carry 3 lbs. extra. Six Furlongs. 3 and 50 to the third. Weights to be announced three days before the race. Winners after The Troy. Selling. By subscription of 0 each, 5 forfeit; with ,000 added, of which 1 ithe announcement of the weights to carry 3 lbs. extra. One Mile and a Furlong. 00 to the second and 00 to the third. The winner to be sold at auction for ,000. If The Delaware. A Handicap. Bv subscription of 0 each, or 5 if declared bythe hour for ,000, allowed 7 lbs.; then 1 lb. allowed for each 00 down to 00. Selling price to be -of closing entries on the day preceding the race; with ,000 added, of which 00 to the stated through the entry-box by the hour of closing entries on the day preceding the race, second and 00 to the third. Weights to be announced three days before the race. Win- Five and a Half Furlongs. ners after the announcement of the weights .to carry 3 lbs. extra. One Mile. - The Amsterdam. Selling. By subscription of 0 each, 5 forfeit; with ,000 added, si STEEPLECHASES ttHLturiAbtb. of which 00 to the second and 00 to the third. The winner to be sold at auction for The Ballston Cup. A Hunters Steeplechase of ,000; For four-year-olds and upward, ,500 If for less, 1 lb. allowed for each 00 down to ,000. Selling price to be stated qualified under the rules of the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association, or the Canadian through the entry-box by the hour of closing entries on the day preceding the race. One Hunt Association. By subscription of 5 each. Starters to pay 5 additional. The winner Mile. . . . .. , , -1C. ...... . ... ,,, . to receive ,500 and plate of the value of 50, the second 50 and the third 50. Weights i The Catskill. Selling. By subscription of 0 each, 5 forfeit; with nnn 000 added, of Four-year-olds to carry 145 Jbs.; Five-year-olds, 159 lbs.; Six-year-olds and upward 166 which 00 to the second and 00 to the third. The winner to be sold at auction for ,000. lbs. Mares allowed 5 lbs. and geldings 3 lbs. Penalties The winner of a steeplechase for If for ,000, allowed 7 lbs.; then 1 lb. allowed for each 00 down to 00. Selling price to hunters in 1902 or 1903, of the value of more than 00 to the winner, to carry 3 lbs. extra: be stated through the entry-box by the hour of closing entries on the day preceding the Qf two such races, 8 lbs. extra; of three or more, 12 lbs. extra. Note But no horse shall! race. Seven Furlongs. . through penalties, carry more than 175 lbs. Allowances. Maidens allowed 10 lbs. Note. THREE-YEAR-OLDS. , But no horse shall, through allowances, carry less than 130 lbs. Overweights to any The Saranac of ,000. A Handicap. By subscription of 00 each, or 5 if declared by amount will be allowed, if claimed by the hour set for the first race of the day on which this race is to be run. The Full Course about Two Miles and a Half. Junel Starters to pay 0 additional. To the winner ,000, to the second 00. and to the third 00 Weights to te announced three days before the race. Winners after the an- e Beverwyck. A Steeplechase Handicap of ,500. For four-year-olds and upward, By subscription of 0 each, half forfeit. The winner to receive ,000, the second nouncement of the weights to carry 3 lbs. extra. One Mile and a Furlong. 50 and The Huron. A Handicap. By subscription of 0 each, or 5 if declared by the hour the third 50. Weights to be announced three days before the race. The Full Course, of ctosfng entries or! the day preceding the race; with ,000 added, of which 00 to the aD0Ut T Miles and a Half. second and 00 to the third. Weights to be announced three days before the race. Win- The Shillelah Steeplechase. For-year-olds and upward. By subscription of 0, half ners after the annoucement of the weights to carry 3 lbs. extra. One Mile and Three-Six- forfeit, or 0 if declared by July 15, for entries made March 9; and 50 each, half forfeit, teenths for entries made by July 7, when the event shall close; with ,000, and plate to the value The Seneca. Selling. By subscription of 0 each, 5 forfeit; with ,000 added, of of 00 added. The winner to receive ,400 of the added money, 00 in plate, and all start- which 00 to the second and 00 to the third. The winner to be sold at auction for ,000. ing fees and forfeits, the second 00, and the third 00. Weights. Four-year-olds to If for less 1 lb. allowed for each 00 down to 00. Selling price to be stated through the carry 140 lbs.; Five-year-olds, 154 lbs.; Six and upward, 161 lbs. Penalties. Winners, in entrv-boxby the hour of closing entries on the day preceding the race. Six Furlongs. 1902 or 1903, of a steeplechase of the value of ,000 to carry 4 lbs. extra; of two of 000 The Mohawk. Selling. By subscription of 0 each, 5 forfeit; with ,000 added, of or of one of ,000. 7 lbs. .extra; of one of ,000, 10 lbs. extra; and the winner of the "Grand which 00 to the second and 00 to the third. The winner to be sold at auction for ,000. National" or of "The Champion" in any year, 12 lbs. extra. Allowances. Non-winners in If for less 1 lb. allowed for each 00 down to ,000; then 1 lb. allowed for each 00 down 1902 or 1903 of a steeplechase of the value of 50 allowed 5 lbs.; of the value of 00 to 000 Selling price to be stated through the entry-box by the hour of closing entries allowed 10 lbs.; maidens allowed 15 lbs.; mares allowed 5 lbs. and geldings allowed 3 lbs on the day preceding the race. One Mile and a Furlong. but no horse shall carry less than 130 lbs. The Full Course, about Two Miles and a Half! All entries should be ddressed to theSecretary, Windsor Aicade, Forty-sixth St. and Fifth Ave,, New York City. Entry blanks can be had at this office. W. C. Whitney, President. H K. Knapp, Secretary. Andrew Miller, Treasurer. H. d. mcintyre, Asst. secretary.