untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1907-11-07


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F Mcoi R F aMMM. r iEaon ! n Do not fail to get new issue of the "STANDARD" No. 2Ct. out today. It will entitle you to our FREE COUPON SPECIAL, which will prove one of the best things of the season. Price: 25 Cents Per Copy; .00 Per Month. For sale at all news-stands and agents iu the United States or Canada. Yesterdays Form Special: Chief Desmond, 10-1, 2nd Thursdays Form Special: July Pcar-68-64-75-52-72-28-57. The Standard Turf Guide, Room 212, 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago. TODAY IS TUB DAY We Have a Sure Winner at About 5 to 1. 2 Get in While We Are Right. Z a We gave out: 5! 2 Nov. 6 No wire sent out. 3 Z Nov. 5 BILLY PULLMAN . . 15-1 Lost 2 X Nov. 4 ZIENAP 71 WON X 1 Nov. 2 M CARTER 9-5 WON 5 Nov. 1 THE CLANSMAN 2-1 WON 9 Oct. .31 KETCHEMIKE 2-1 WON Oct. 30 WHISK BROOM 9-1 WON 9 9 Oct. 29 E. T. SHIPP 1-1 WON W Our Terms: I CpO.UU Scratches not to count. ft Our Daily Wire Consists of One Horse. 9 All selections filed daily with Racing Form. Jj I BOVLK fc CO , 2 Room 706, 112 South Clark St., CHICAGO. 3 NATIONAL RACING REVIEW Room 37, 71 Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111. Thursdays Special: Maine, Major, Mighty, Blue-jay. .00 -per month. 25 cents per copy. OCCASIONAL TODAY Irlce ?1.00, and Money Rack if Xot 1-2. Stores, New York, Back, Bum, Barley, Baker, Atlanta. Thursdays Special: If See-22-70-52-40-48-58-34-39-37. NEW BOOK 153 OUT TODAY. T. C. WOOD and CO., Room 312, 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago. Woods Turf Ratings Room 312, 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 25 CENTS PER COPY. .50 PER MONTH. Issued semi-weekly. Thursdays Best Bet: New York Absent, 34. Wednesdays Best Ret was JAMES 15. BRADY, 0-5, WON. On sale at all news-stands and cigar stores throughout the United States and Canada. The Saratoga Association wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm For the Improvement of the Breed of Horses. FRANCIS R. HITCHCOCK, President HARRY PAYNE WHITNEY, Vice-President . ANDREW MILLER, Secretary and Treasurer Office: The Windsor Arcade, Forty -Sixth St. and Fifth Ave., New York City. RACE COURSE: SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. T A El Si 1909-1910 To Close on Monday, Nov. Ilth, 1907 THE SPINAWAY : : 0,000 for Fillies FOR FOALS OF 1907 RUN IN 1909 THE HOPEFUL : : 0,000 Estimated Produce of Mures Covered in 1907 Run in 1910 THE RULES OF RACING, adopted by the Jockey Club, govern all races run under the auspices of the Saratoga Association, Entries to cither or all of the races advertised here will be received only with the understanding, and on the agreement of the subscriber, that the provisions of Racing Rules 42 and 43 hereto appended form a part of and govern the contract: "Rule 42. Every person subscribing to a sweepstakes, or enter- ing a horse in a race to be run under these rules, accepts the decision of the Stewards on any question relating to a race or to I 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." Breeders Should Note This Stake. Breeders Should Note This Stake. I TO BE HUN FOR IN 1909 HOPEFUL I I for 1910 THE SPINAWAY Estimated Value, 0,000. I I of 0,000. By subscription of 0 each, for FOR FILLIES TWO YEARS tne Produce 0T mares covered in OLD, FOALS OF 1907-By sub- l9Vhe "y t,orf5 ,f StrUCk 0Ut r -r ... . by November 1, 1909. f eft in scnpt.on of each, the only for- aftep November lf 1909 a furthep feit if struck out by November 2, subscription of 0 each; and if left 1908. If left in after November 2, in after May 2, 1910, a further sub- 1908, a further subscription of 5 scription of 00 each. Starters to each; and if left in after May 1, Pav 50 additional. The Saratoga 1909, a further subscription of 0 Association to add ,000. The second horse to receive ,000, the each. ah ttarters c,r0 to c-icn 50 addi- . . . , pay , . . . . third j horse ,000, nnn and the owner at i tional. The Saratoga Association time of entry of the mare producing to guarantee the gross value of the the winner ,000 out of the race to be 0,000, of which the Stakes. Colts, 122 lbs.; fillies and second horse shall receive ,000 geldings, 119 lbs. Winners of two and the third horse 00. The races of ,000, or one of ,000, to Nominator of the Winner to receive LVo tW. f ,f000, or one of f000 8 lbs. extra. Horses . cenn 00 out of the u stakes. .i Winners .,- not having won 50 aowed 4 of a race of the value of ,000 to DS.; of ,000, 7 lbs. If a mare in carry 3 lbs. extra; of two of ,000, this Stake drop her foal before the or one of ,500, 6 lbs. extra. Non- 1st of January, 1908, or if she have winners of ,500 allowed 4 lbs.; of a dead or more than one foa, or isr ,000 7 lbs. By filing with the barren the entry of such mare is .,-,.,,., . i , void. By filing with the Saratoga Saratoga Association before on or Association prior to November 1. November 1, 1903, an accepted 1909, an accepted transfer of the transfer of the engagement in this produce, with its engagement in Stake, the th.is Stake, the original Nominator Nominator will be re- . . - , . . ... .... will be released from further ha- leased from further liability. bi,;ty as t0 the enracement of the Five and a Half Furlongs. produce. Six Furlongs. M

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