untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1914-02-15


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Public Form on race horses, as a rule, is not correct. People that invest their money will generally select a horse that has finished either second or third in Its last starts. Such investments pay .small returns. My system will point its linger to a good bet at a good price. Can lie operated with small or large capital on tracks, poolroom or handbook, is easy to figure and will take only a few minutes time for the selections. No postals answered. Price S5.00. NO. 1006 WELLS STREET :: CHICAGO. ILL. HORSE PLAYERS: I am an experienced horseman and docker and send away two to three horses every week, which, from their work and condition look best. Will send this information to bettors who will wire me the winnings of a S10 bet. ALLAN BROWN, 72 George Street, j: Charleston, S. C. SOMETHING NEW. You can uo Anywhere now and book and I will liave the Official Prices Full Charts Racing Form or N. Y. Telegraph waiting for you at 8 Oclock Every Morning, wired in code 13 Words to each chart, costs Weekly. Agents Wanted 5 Weekly Commission in every city in the U. S. and Canada with exception of following states: Ind., 111., Ohio, Wis., Mich.. Mo., Ky., Pa,, N. Y. and Md. No matter how far away you are, write Nowfor circular and code Free. Cut this out. it may not appear again. E. A. GOODFELLOW, New Gault Hotel, Chicago. Gentlemen of Responsibility 4 will find it to their interest to communicate with me at once. Do not confuse this with everyday turf advertising. For full par-ticulars address L W. W. GORDON. i 11 Fifth Avenue, :: New York City. ! LAST CHANCE ! X SPECIAL GOES MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16. .Mail or wire ?2 for it now. Dont miss it. Must win and win only, or we will give free a 55 subscrip- tion to our Daily One-Horse Wire. Saturdays Wire, ROBERT BRADLEY 4-1 WON and Form Special was scratched. MONDAYS SPEC IAL: Purple-Saturday-Won-It-He-Fan. THE TURF REPORTER, Room 509. 22 W. Quincy St. :: :: Chicago, 111. NATIONAL RACING REVIEW. TODAYS SPECIAL: No. 138. Yesterdays Special lost. i Room 1101. 327 South La Salle Street. Chicago. 111. THE STANDARD TURF GUIDE, CHICAGO Yesterdays Form Special, scratched. MONDAYS t FORM SPECIAL: October-Plum.32-59-25.53-59. Two-Horse Dally gave a scratch and a loser. Oc- i casional lost. SUBSCRIBE FOR DAILY RACING FORM. 4 DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO. 441 Plymouth Court, :: Chicago, IlliaoU, Just Off the Press ! I THE AMERICAN j RACING MANUAL : X for 1914 X An Excellent and Low-Priced Book of 486 Pages It holds Information for people Interested in racing contained in no other publication. It Is simply a mine of records. t f J OF THE NEW FEATURES of this pub- ONE lication Is a Tabulated Compilation Show- T ing the Winners, Values, Times and Other w Particulars of the Great Races of the World, from Their Institution, Including J the Epsom Derby, Epsom Oaks, St. Leger, Two , Thousand Guineas, One Thousand Guineas, Grand ? Prix de Paris, French Derby, French Oaks, Mel- bourne Cup and Other Important Events of the Turf in Foreign Lands. No Other Publication J in the World Carries All This Information. AMONG OTHER FEATURES IT HAS: ? Method for Calculating Pari - Mutuel Prices J WITH EXAMPLES. Record for 1913 of Every Horse That Raced in Xorth America During the Year. Record Prices in the Pari-Mutuels. English Racing Records to Date. Three Handicap Systems, with Examples. A. Records of All Distances of the Tracks of the United States, Canada and Mex- T ico. J American Yearling Sales In 1913. American Racing Records at All Distances. Canadian Racing Records. . English Racing Records. Australian Racing Records. The Great Money AVinners of the American and English Turf. Taliulation of AVinning Two-Year-Olds of 1913, Arranged Under Their Respect- he Sires. Oflicials and Location of Racing Organizations of the United States, Canada and Mexico. List of Horses That Have Sold for Great Prices. W The Leading Winning Two-Year-Olds Since 1S70. W1 Remarkable Feats of Jockeyship. Leading American Sires Since 1S70. Twenty Leading Sires of 1913. Table of Comparative Speed of the Tracks at Various Distances. The Scales of Weights of the Jockey Club, Kentucky State Racing Commission, Western Jockey Club, Pacific Jockey Club, Canadian Racing Associations, Jockey Club Juarez, American Turf Association, ."Mexican Jockey Club and T of England. Tables of the Speed of All Tracks. The English Retting Rules. The First, Second and Third Horses, Jockeys, Weights, Values and Times of American Stakes. Winners of All Stakes of 1913. a Racing Statistics of 1913. Horses Disqualified In 1913. J Dead Heats In 1913. J J Horses Which Died in 1913. J J Horses Rid Up in 1913. Records of Miles Run in 1:39 or Rotter. Etc., etc. J t I PAPER BOUND 50 CENTS ppfppc ritlJiO j- LEATHER BOUND 75 CENTS Single copies must be sent as registered mail, with an extra charge of ten cents for registration. Not fl iX; responsible for books sent as regular mall. With this eminently handy book in his pocket any admirer of racing can readily answer almost any query that may come up concerning facts of racing in the past. Its equal has never been printed and, considering the topics it covers, it is an extremely low-priced book of 4SB pages. ty Daily Racing Form Publishing Co. 441 PLYMOUTH COURT. : : CHICAGO. ILLINOIS. I l Orders Promptly Filled

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