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NOTES OF THE TURF. Hazel Patch has been shipped from Lexington to New Orleans lo be raced by J. C. Milam. The Board of Managers of he Kentucky Bureau of Breeding will meet at Lexlagton today. The three year old bay filly. Iixlcy. by Charade — Paoli. has been sold by Milton Young to parties in Atlanta. Karl Jungbluth. owner of the Waldeck Stable, of which The Picket was a noted member, is ill in New York City. J. W. Russwurm, of Nashville, has purchased from W. A. Smith, of Lexington, the three year-old hay lilly Ituskinetta, by Kuskin — Puetta. The stallion Blue Pevil, belonging to B. P. Morgan of New York, has been shipived from Kentucky to Te.xas. Mr. Morgan has a ranch near Kl Paso. The Quail was shipped from Hamburg Place to Little Kock last week and is now in training with Salvidere and others of the Hitchcock-Madden establishment. John H. Patterson, a Cincinnati broker, has purchased a small farm near Lexington and it is said that he intends to buy a few thoroughbred mares for breeding purposes. William C. lirihhin. for many vears confidential clerk to the late his Straus, of Lexington. Ky., has entered the services of John K. Madden as business manager at Hamburg Place. Good Luck, Hatnnieraway. Eddie Wate and the two-year-old brown Ally, by Pr. Bice — Constance IV., are the only horses which M. II. Tichenor and Co. have in training at Memphis. The three-j Mr-obi colt, Boxara. is in the stable of AY. A. Smith at Lexington. Boxara lieiongs to W. Showalter and injured a tendon alter winning a race at Lexington last April. It was decided not to take further chances with him and he was fired and turned out, with the result that he will stand training this year. R. L. Thomas, who has a string of young horses at Memphis in charge of John Ireland, and for whom jockey Schilling will ride this year, is not a newcomer to the turf. He raced horses In the west twenty years ago. but quit the sport to devote his time to the timber industry in the mountains of Kentucky, where be lias made a fortune.