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WHAT EASTERN TRAINERS ARE DOING. Horses Gallop Throuqh the Snow at Graves-end — Many Getting Ready for Benninqs. New York. February 11. — Snow to tlie depth of nearly a f ot cabers the Cravesend track and the boraes seemed m enjoy their gallops in it very much. John Miller was out with the two-year-olds of the Schwartz string, all Of which got good, useful gallops. Far Went and lYnarris see in the pink of winter condition. Ienarris should more than COO-linn his promise of last year. Joseph Kelly brought out it set of ten two year • dds from the Bennington and Bnrlew ,V ONeill s aides. The youngsters in this barn have been out every day but one this winter. They are as hard as nails and will be ready for stiff work when the weather permits. With the Bennings meeting only six weeks away is natural thai much of the talk among the horse men is In reference to the first meeting of the eastern season. Unless all signs fail, the representation from the Long Island tracks will be fully up to the record. If ii does not surpass it. W. o. Scully left for Bennings this morning with eleven horses, nine of them two-year-olda. He was ie t. lined several days at Sheepsbead Bay by the heavy snow. Carry But ha, who has been exercising his horses on the boulvevanl. where they got good work, expects to ship »tO the Washington track early in March. He has what looks like a hunch of bread winnei s. A. J. Joyner re! in ned today from the west ami will now turn his attention to the horses he will send to Bennings. They are chiefly youngsters eliu Ible for the Oxnard Dinner Stakt*;. to which event ■eve il of his patrons :ire subs, rStera. W. Brooks, who is wintering at Grave send, will also send down some candidates for the same event. W. C. Italy expects to ship his entire string to Bennings. The lot includes six two year-olds and eight older horses. Frank bfcCabe, who is handling a public stable and who occupies the old Morris bora, will also be represented at Bennings. His colt, Killochan. a winner at Bennings last fall, has grown and tilled out a great deal and looks like making more than a serviceable plater the coining seas. in. Mclibe also has three good looking two-year-olds. Will Shields, just in from Los Angeles, was a Grave send visitor during the week, but has gone to Bennings. where his horses have wintered, lie is well pleased with his prospects for the wason. especially with his juveniles, some of which arc very promising.