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The Ontario Jockey Club f n ..TORONTO-, j! II Autumn Meeting jj September 24 to October 1 A I The Following Stakes Will Close August 5: jj TORONTO AUTUMN CUP HANDICAP — ,500 ADDED. 4 ► ► FOR Tn REE-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD, — By subscription of 0 each. 0 forfeit, to the O J * winner, with ,500 added, of which o0 to second horse and 50 to third. Weights announced J [ J I Thursday, September 22nd. One Mile and a Quarter. i | [ TO BE RUN SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 24TH. 4 ► ONTARIO JOCKEY CXUB CUP HANDICAP— ,600 ADDED. O [ FOR THREE-YEA R-OLUS AND UPWARD. — By subscription of 0 each, half forfeit, to the J| J | winner, with ,500 added, of which 00 to second horse, 00 to third and 0 to fourth I Weights announced Wednesday, September 2Stb. at 5 p. m. A piece of Plate will be presented 4 4 ► by the Club to the winner. Two Miles and a Quarter. j ► TO BE RUN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1st. J y MINORU PLATE— ,000 ADDED. FOR ALL AGES. — By subscription of 0 each, half forfeit, to the winner, with ,000 J r.dded, of which 00 to second horse and 00 to third. Weight for age. Horses which have not . f J f w on ,000 in 1910 allowed 5 lbs. One Mile, i [ TO BE RUN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH. 4 MICHAELMAS HANDICAP— ,000 ADDED. * * ! I FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS. — By subscription of 0 each, half forfeit, to the winner, with 4 ,000 added, of whicli 00 to second horse and 00 to third. Weights announced Monday, Sop- 4r tember 26th, nt 8 a. m. , Six Furlongs. j I TO BE RUN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH. J | THE GREY STAKES— ,500 ADDED. | * * FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS. — By subscription of 0 each, half forfeit, to the winner, with j | tl ,500 added, of which 00 to second horse and 0 to third. At 7 lbs. below stake weight. | it Winners of ,000 since July 15th to carry 5 lbs. extra. Winners of two races of $.1,000. or one o 4 ► of ,500, to carry 7 lbs. extra. Non-winners of 00 allowed 5 lbs. Maidens allowed 7 lbs. addi- 4 ► * I tional. One Mile. 4 * j I TO BE RUN SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1ST. J ! 4 ► ALSO 4 ► If The Durham Gup ,500 Added The Dominion Added ! j Handicap . . . ,500 FOR HORSES FOALED IN CANADA. I The Seagram Cop ,000 Added i: J f FOR HORSES OWNED IN CANADA. 4 THE HENDRIE STEEPLECHASE— A CHALLENGE CUP HANDICAP— ,000 ADDED. .. j| ► FOR FOUR-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD. — A Challenge Cup presented in memory of the late 4* ► William Hendrie, Esquire, by his sou, Major William llendrie, to which is added the sum of i t ,tKX by the Ontario Jockey Club, and a Sweepstakes of 0 each, half forfeit, to the winner, 1 [ d k with 00 to seconil horse and 00 to third. Weights announced Wednesday, September 28th, at 4 5 p. ml A souvenir will l e presented to the rider of the winner by the Ontario Jockey Club. ► j I TO BE RUN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1ST. Three Miles, i j 4 1 WOODBINE AUTUMN STEEPLECHASE— ,500 ADDED. j * 0 FOR FtUR-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD.— By subscription of 0 each, half forfeit, to the 4 ► winner, with ,500 added, of which 50 to second horse and 50 to third. Four year-olds to 4* carry 155 lbs.; five-year-olds, 103 lbs.; six-year-olds and upward. 105 lbs. Winners of two steeple- 4* chases of the value of 00 in 1010, or one of ,000 In lJlo, to carry 5 lbs. extra. Non-winners l 4 ► of a steeplechase of the value of 1910.sh00 which have not won three steeplechases this year allowed 4 ► 1 5 lbs, and non-winners of a steeplechase in MM or 1010 allowed 10 lbs. Two Miles. i * y TO BE RUN SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 24TH. * * * In addition to the foregoing list of Stakes, | jj The Stanley Produce Stakes . ,500 Added jj L For Foals of 1907 CLOSED MARCH, 1907, will bo run on Saturday, October 1st. l The OVERNIGHT EVENTS include purses of the value of 00, ll 00 and 00. The lowest value of any purse is i; 00. Entrance money in all cases to the winner. 4 * Eight Steeplechases will bo run during the Meeting, which include a Stoeplechase FOR 4 * * | THREE-YEAR-OLDS. j j 1 1 W. P. FRASER, Secretary-Treasurer, J |[ Imperial Bank Building : : : : Toronto, Canada j[ Banbury, 20-1, 3rd was yesterdays Daily. PRICE, .00 FOR SIX DAYS. MONDAYS FORM SPECIAL: No. 507 in Book 168. Get the Blue Book. It leads them all. Price, 25 Cents per Copy; .00 per Month. By mail in plain envelope. Yesterdays Form Special ra,n third. THE STANDARD TURF GUIDE Room 211 :: 59 Dearborn St. :: Chicago, Illinois Real Information! Through strong connections at the tracks I can supply real winning information to parties who will place on each horse I send and treat me on the squaro by remitting promptly. Address E. PRUNER, 843 Roscoe Street. : : Chicago. Illinois. Fort Erie Races. Beliablc parties, send address where telegrams will reach you promptly. My terms: One-third your winnings. 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