untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1918-04-28


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SALE OF YEARLINGS, MARES, Horses in Training Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, May 8 During Spring Meeting. 51 HEAD 5fl Catalogs Ready. Mailed Only on Application to KENTUCKY SALES CO. Inc., LEXINGTON, KY. 1 * HOW ABOUT THIS ! The lat liorsc I sent my followers and filed with this paper wp.s at end of last week, which won easily and had not won a race in nine previous starts This shows I Am In Right I cannot mention the name of the winner, as the people I do business with will not permit it in this case. It must be true or this paper would not accept this ad. I know of several stable secrets — hidden treasures that will Come to Life this week. If all is well Tuesday I v.ill advise the ■nt one. Old and new clients communicate with mo at once, giving correct address, also telling me what they will invest for me, as I can deal with reliable people only, who will make good the following day by telegraph the amount due me. I expect ; to duplicate my success of last year and to hold the i tanc steady, satisfied following. Get in touch with me TODAY, as you need me. Address S. H. HALL 157 East 47th St. New York, N. Y. P. S. — All old clUnti who expect to hear from me on the above must wire me at once, requesting the information, as it will not be sent otherwise. I ciuct know I am dealing with active people and that tLc inl or mation is welcome and my efforts appreciated. A Probable Good-Priced Winner Wednesday at Pimlico wired anyone for winnings at . This service is dependable, and among recent WINNERS was HIGHLAND LASSIE, 9.90 for |2; also IRREGULAR, 5.70 for . WON. Never over 2 to 3 specials weekly. Write or wire today. R. RHODES 211 St. Paul St. :: BALTIMORE, MD. SUBSCRIBE FOE DAILY RACING FORM. Steeplechase Ratings A BOOKLET containing RATING and CLASS and races won and lost during 1917 of 225 JUMPERS, and How to FIGURE BEST RATING IN EACH STEEPLECHASE, will be mailed for 50c. This BOOKLET contains much valuable in-I formation and should interest all devotees of Cross-Country Racing. ADDRESS POST and PADDOCK P. 0. Box 64, Westport, Md. LEXINGTON RACES J. J. SCHREINER AMERICAS PREMIER CLOCKER. 0 for Remaining Ten Days of Meeting. T -i -nr.ii.h matttaan r mail l y esyraai m iii.v araii in letter. I wire one or two horse* • Inily :tt 11 nrlnrk. 323 South Broadway :: Lexington, Ky. ; i THREE WINNERS and a third out of last four starts are WHAT we gave out on our ONE-HORSE DAILY WIRE since the opening at Lexington. Terms for Six Starters. OPPORTUNITY 365-100. WON .ind .1 second were Saturdays X Specials. Dont miss next Saturdays Two Live One*. Only SL. TODAYS FORM SPECIAL: March-Peach-36-11-38-59. THE STANDARD TURF GUIDE. Room 403. 22 West Quincy Street. Chicago. Illinois. — — — - — — — — - — TELEPHONES: Automatic 62-756 Harrison 1314, 1315,1316. All Departments. OWEN H. FAY LIVERY CO. AUTOMOBILE LIVERY AND GARAGE i 435 Plymouth Court : Chicago, 111. GET OUR TWO NEXT SATURDAY wired you f,,r si. MONDAYS FORM SPECIAL: No. 226, Book 699. THE TURF REPORTER. B. 509 Baltimore Bldg., 22 W. ftuincy St., Chicago. BROWNIE McDAWELL ...135-100 WON SOSIUS 110-100 2ND wen- our Saturday Sixeials. Send SI Bar next Saturdays. MONDAYS FREE BEST: Fort -South-Tar-For-Out-Joe, Book 355, American Thoroughbred, Baltimore Bldg., Chicago. I THE AMERICAN RACING MANUAL for 1918 An Excellent and Low-Priced Book of 456 Pages It contains all the features that have created such demand for it in the past. It is simply a mine of records. One of the features of this hook is a tabulated compilation of the great races of England, France and Australia, which covers the winners and other details from their institution. This is a feature that is more comprehensive than ever before attempted by any turf publication in the world Among Its Features Are: America* I.oailfiijr Strew. Amcrieaii Itaoing Statistics fur the Year 1017. American Stake Races of the Year 1 lit 7. ItarKain Yearling;* and the Iteverse. Bookmaking Percentage Table. Comparative HI lie Speed. Dead Heats of 1JU7. Uisimalificationw of 1017. lOnuIisli BettinandT Kales. Great Mom-y-Winnlnir Horses of the American, Anwtral-asiaii and Ktilish Turf. Handicapping? anil Racing Iwitii l-lxamples. Highest Priced Thoroughbred** of the American and Knrttncan Tnrf. Lending Winning Two-Year-Olds. Long-Priced AVImiers of 1! 17. Most Important Races of Foreign Countrlew, Including the Kclipwc Stakes, Epstoni Derby, Epttom Oaks, French Derby, French Oaks, Grand Prix de Paris, Joekey Club Stakes. Melbourne Cup, One Thousand Gnlneas, Prix du Conseil Municipal, Prix du President de la Iicpubliiiue, St. Leser and Two Thousand Gnlneas. Necrology of the Turf in 1!17. Parl-Mutuel Retting Explained. Race Track Records of All the Tracks of the United States, Canada, Cuba and .Mexico. Racing of American Thoroughbreds in 1!17. Racing Organisations and Their Officials. Racing Records of the American, Australasian, Canadian and Knglish Turf. Records of Miles in IsM or Better. Record Odds in the Pari-Mutuels. Remarkable Jockey Feats. Scales of "Weights of the Canadian Racing Associations, Cuba-American Jockey Club, Knglish Joekey Club, The Jockey Club, Jockey Club Juarex. Kentucky State Racing Commission and Pacific Jockey Club. Sires of Two-Year-Old Winners of 1JJ17. Thoroughbreds That Died During 1U17. Track Record Speed. Twenty Leading American Sires of 1J 17. AY inner* of important American Stakes. Yearling Sales of 1U17 in America, Ktc, Ktc. PRICES BY MAIL: LEATHER BOUND... .10 PAPER BOUND... 85 cents FULL PURCHASE PRICE MUST ACCOMPANY EACH ORDER. With this eminently handy book in his pocket any admirer of Tacing 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. 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