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, s c 1 a e J 1 NOTES OF THE TURF. Jockey T. Walsh and W. H. Fizer have parted company. The split came as a result of the incon sistent running of the horse If You Dare. Walsh was blamed for the acrobatic performance of the horse, to which he took exception. Hence the parting. Walsh will probably go to France. He is considering an offer to ride in that country next season. Belvino is suffering from lung fever and had to bo scratched in tho third race at New Orleans last Friday. Tho horso was apparently doing well on Thursday and his trainer, Jack Baker, advised his friends in Now York to that effect. It will bo some time before Belvino starts again. Georgo Miller, who trains for T. D. Sullivan has shipped two two-year-olds and a yearling from New Orleans to Mobile to train there. Tho will be trained over the old Bascomb track and shipped back to New Orleans when they are ready. Durnell and Herz have arranged to ship Rolling A Boer, Prince Blazes and Lucien Appleby to Louis- villo some time next week. All three will bo fired I and turned out at Lon Joness farm until lato in M the spring. While being galloped on tholtrackThursdayM morning at New Orleans My Surprise collided wit A Jack Demand and, running into the fence,lbruiseM nerShonlder and has been retired.