untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-14


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I T T T F. R. HITCHCOCK, : . H P. WHITNEY, I President. ... Vice-President. OFFICE: ,.t The Windsor Arcade, 46th St. and 5th Ave., 1 " New York City. v V- , ANDREW MILLER, . " v" Racecourse: j Secy and Treas. i . J! - . - Saratoga Springs, N. Y. V- A- . .. : : : -i THE SARATOGA ASSOCIATION FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE BREED OF HORSES - --in-- irn i iii n i iii ii mi mrniinn irriin-T . STAKES to be run at the i ; Summer Meetings 1908-1909 To Close on Monday, September 16, 1907. I- HE RULES OF RACING adopted by The Jockey Club govern all races run under the auspices of ,,v .v . " TP the Saratoga Association. . I Entries to either of the races advertised in this paper will he received only with the under- " : I standing and on the agreement cf the subscriber, that the provisions of Racing Rules 42 and 43 , " i hereto appended form a part of and govern the contract. - .r , f, . "Rule 42. Every person subscribinc to a sweepstakes, or entering a horse in a race to be . -. ; -. i run under these rules, accepts the decision of the Stewards on any question relating to a race or - to racing." . "Rule 43. At the discretion of the Stewards of The Jockey Club, or of the Stewards, and without - . notice, the entries of any person, or the transfer of any entry, may be refused." IN MAKING NOMINATIONS TO THESE STAKES PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS HEREBY x CALLED TO RULES 50, 51, 52 AND 53 OF THE RULES OF RACING. To be Run in 1908, NOW YEARLINGS To be Run in 1909, NOW YEARLINGS The United States Hotel Stakes of 0,000. Travers of 7 500 FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS. ISv subscription of 2T each; or 0 if declared by December 1st, .1007; or ?.r.O if declared bv Mnv 1st, UtOS. Starters to pay .2.". additional. To tin; win- FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS. I!y subscription of 5 each; or 0 if declared by December lrS-r,K: to tlu ".l !thm n,lti "..H1? tllir.1 ?r,,; . Wln,!"SCn,wo r!KeV!wilr,f lst- lu07- f declared by December 1st, 100S. Starters to pav 2.1 additional. To the ,000 each, or one of ,000, to carry .5 His. extra; or two of ,000. or one of 0,000, B lbs. .;,.,.. ... t . . , , . , , r, , , . mr $..000, to the second ,000 and to the third 00. Winners in 10TKI of two races of extra; of two of 0,000, or one of ..000. S lbs. extra. Non-winners of a raw of the value of ,000 allowed 5 lbs.; of ,000, S lbs.; maidens, 12 lbs. Six Furlongs. the value of ,500. or one of 5,000, to carry lbs. extra. Non-winners of two races of the The Grand Union Hotel Stakes of 0,000. value of 1907.sh,500, or one of ,500 in 1000, allowed 5 lbs.; of two of ,500, not bavins won a FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS. I.v subscription of 25 each; or 0 if declared bv Decemlier i race of the value of ,000 in 1!0S or 1!M, 10 lbs.; of ,500 in 1000, 15 lbs. lst frL f lf d!lmlly . One Mile and a Quarter, ner ,500. to the second ,000 and to the third 00. Winners ot two races of the value of hB1,000 each, or one of ,C00, to carry .! lbs. extra; of two of .000, or one of 0,000, 5 lbs. The Alabama of 000 For Fillies extra; or two of 0,C00, or one of 5,000, S lbs. extra. Non-winners of a race of the value , of ,000 allowed 5 lbs.; of ,000, S lbs.; maidens, 12 lbs. Six Furlongs. FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS liy subscription of 50 each; or 0 if declared by December The Flash of ,000. 1st, 1007; or 5" if declared by December 1st, 100S. Starters to pay 00 additional. To the FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS. By subscription of 0 each; or 0 if declared by December 1st. winner ,000, to the second 00 and to the third $.".00. Winners of ,500 in 1909 to carry 1907. Starters to pay 00 additional. To the winner ,000, to the second 00 and to the .. .,,.., , . 1,S" v-- .!.,.... r .onnn ! inno hi n r- u ftm extla- Non-winners of in 190S ,000 or 1909 allowed 5 lbs.: of ,000, 10 lbs.; maidens, third $.!00. Winners of a race of the value of ,000 to carrj- 3 lbs. extra; of two races of ,000, 7 lbs. extra. Non-winners of ,500 allowed 7 lbs. Five and a Half Furlongs. 15 lbs. One Mile and a Furlong. L "THOROUGHBRED" Chronicle - Record Semi - Weekly Publishes a complete rating and classification of horses racing on eastern tracks. In ten minutes employed you become your own bandicapper. System players or careful operators not making more than one or two plays dally will be amazed at the success of their own labor. Sheepshead Bay Best Bets Today: HIT 35, HE 13, HAS 5. On sale at all live news-stands in the United States and Canada, 25 cents per copy witli code. Semi-weekly, good for three days information. If unable to secure same from your newsdealer, remit direct 25 cents in stamps for trial copy, or .00 for one months "S copies." THOROUGHBRED CHRONICLE-RECORD. Room 32, 111 Nassau St., New York. Our one best bet yesterday: Brookdale Nymph 5-1, WON Eight winning nne-best-bet specials in 12 days at good odds. Follow oar system, which can be had for the asking, and a fortune can be made with a small capital. Absolutely safe and sure. REYNOLDS and CO., Terms: .00 Daily; .00 Weekly. 1009 Chicago Opera House Block. Sold Only at Office. Phone Main 1881. Z Yesterdays Form Special was: S Brookdale Nymph 5-1 won Thursdays Special was: V f MISS CRAWFORD, 4-1, WON A 0.00 flat bet on all free form Specials since July 31 won 81.00. GRAND SPECIAL goes today. This colt is in right and looks to be a sure winner at a nice price. 9 SIf you want something sure, dont fail to get in on this one. Price .00. V Saturdays Form Special: Utah, Match, Ma- m NATIONAL RACING Montreal. REVIEW, I !roon, Room 37, 71 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. S .00 Per Month. 25 Cents per Copy. ,S Phone Central 3581. r 1 Thoroughbred Yearlings For Sale! MR. EDWARD CORRIGAN announces that lie has decided to reserve none of his thoroughbred yearlings foals of 1006 for racing, and offers them all for sale. There are thirty-nine of these choicely bred youngsters twenty colts and nineteen fillies. They are by the imported English stallions SCIIMTILLANT II. OR Ml CANT BRANTOME ARTILLERY MGEE And that excellent American Horse, RILEY. The dams of these yearlings represent the best families in the English and American Stud Book, and they are, with the possible exception of one or two, winners or daughters of winners. These yearlings have never had a bridle or saddle on, but are thoroughly halter-broken and all are perfectly sound. They are at MR. CORRIGAN S FARM, six miles from Lexington, Ky., on the Parkers Mill road, where they CAN UK SEEN AT ANY TIME UNTIL SOLD. FOR PEDIGREES, DESCRIPTION, PRICES AND TERMS, SEE OR ADDRESS Thomas B. Cromwell, PHOENIX HOTEL :: :: LEXINGTON, KY. V TODAY one on our OCCASIONAL WIRE, guaranteed 1 2 or next wire free. This one will be at least G to 1 aud will come from the same source that furnished us with EMMA G., 15-1, Won earlier in the week. All our subscribers know that when we say J to 1 it does not turn out to be 4 to 5. Terms: .00 for Six Guaranteed Wires; .00 Per Wire. Saturdays Form Special: June Apple-74-75-55-59-54-73-10-60-71 Book No. 18. The Standard Turl Guide Boom 212, 69 Dearborn St., Chicago. Saturdays Daily One-Horse Wire: TORONTO, KANSAS, FAN, BAR, FIG. WHAT THE RUNNING HORSES DID IN 1908. A complete record of the performances and winnings of all horses racing last year. Price . Dally Racing Form Publishing Co., 124 Fifth ATenue, Chicago. 111. THE AMERICAN RACING MANUAL. No man of the turf should be withqut it. By registered mall:f leather, bound. 60 cents; paper bound, 40 cents. Place your order today. Daijy Racing Form Pub- lisblng Co., 124 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. JACK ATKIN 6-5, WON Was Yesterdays Occasional One Horse Wire. The scratches In the race made the short price. Our instructions were Go the Limit to Win! "We have word on one for TODAY At Sheepshead Bay The price should be long, and the advice is Just as strong as on the others, so get in with THE ONES WHO DELIVER, Saturdays Form Special use Book No. 145 77- 81-90-73-76-80-74-81-87-85-90r83. Entry List 464-481-483-484-492. T. C. WOOD and CO., Room 312 3rd Floor, 69 Dearborn St., Chicago ESTABLISHED 19Q4. WINNERS ! WINNERS ! Watch for the opening of the Lexington races; I will have some of the best betting propositions .that race followers bave ever had. This information will come direct from owners and trainers, and will be the best chance you ever had to make money; Information on sale, commencing opening day, Saturday, September 14, at 11 oclock a. m. TOM DAVIS, Reem 98, 150 Waafalagtea 8U :

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