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SEES BIG FIELD FOR THE CARTER. "Prom present indications there may be as many as twenty starters in the Carter Handicap, to 1« run at Aqueduct one week from tomorrow," says the New York Sun of Sunday last. "If is a generally accepted fad that Boat he a, carrying iop weight of IS pounds, will go to the post lit and ready and thai he will rule the public choice. Looking over the eligible list turfmen believe that there will be a number of dangerous contenders, including Paul J. Baiiicys De Miinil and Horace P., which may have the au flees of Miller and Badtke. respectively : James |j. Met ormicks Glorifier, Bar ner up. together with Keator and Tileing, all freak Iroin New Orleans; II. P. Whitneys Brookdale N inpli. who is said to be very good; Bar lew 6 ONeills Juggler, which did some excellent work al the Crescent City recently; James McLaughlins Oxford, which ran a promising race at Benning the other day: T. C. McDowells fast mare Kiaga Daaghter; Christie Sullivans game little Bye: P. T. Chinns old sprinter Pretension : W. H. Snyders Southern Cross, which was beaten a head in the Carter last year by Boseben; the Columbia Stables Craziallo. so tar a disappointment : August Bel nionts Don Diego and Okenite. the latter a fair il ree-year old: A. Hamels Wes, a fast horse a i any distance up to a mile: W. II. Hollands Colonel Jack. Prank Nolans Malacca, the winner of the liis! Benning Spring Handicap, and XV. T. Townes Marster."