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NOTES OF THE TURF. Billy Lakeland is at New Orleans for a brief vKit. James Rowe. trainer of the James R. Keene stable, is at Hot Springs. Charawind. Edward rrigan"s old jumper, is now pulling a wagon at I.atonia. The next meeting of the stewards of the Western Jockey Club is announced for February 4. Jockey Charley Ross apprentice allowance expires today. William Huestis will lose his allowance tomorrow. Barry I.ittlefiehl reports a clean bill of health for the Seagram horses at Waterloo. Out. He expects much « f Purslane and Main Chance this year. The course of the United Hunts Racing Asso.ii tion, opposite Belmont Park, is nearing completion and the 1907 meeting of the organization will lie held then-. The LisSSk Handicap will be run at Oakland, Saturday next. If will be somewhat In the nature of a try out for the Burns Handicap, which will be run a week later. Elliott . Coudin is making the Hamilton Place near Lexington, Ky., his permanent home. He recently relinked all of his mares from Mt. Kisco. N. Y.. to Kentucky. H. R. Baker has twelve two year olds at Montgomery Park la preparation for racing. He will bcL-in the season at Hot Springs. Jack Yosmg and Desdlgo are also in his string. Flip Flap is wintering well in the barn of trainer Jack GoMsborottgh at Shoepshead Bay. GsMshorsagh is also training a number of two year olds for I. A. Bsnnet and "Whitey" Langdon. Dr. Charles Pangritz. of this city, lias a big string of two year -olds at Memphis. He was at Montgomery Park Sunday to see them work. Memphis dNpatchcs say that he is highly pleased with hN prospects.