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NOTES OF THE TURF. Battleaxe is a borse of little courage. .loekey Koeino: will ride Tanya in the Metropolitan Handicap. Pio Ruiz, once a well known jockey in California, is running a saloon in Manila. The Johnson »V Dodsoa horses will probably be campaigned in Colorado and Montana next Bummer. Loitis Vila lias three books i. n at Jamaica, but it is reported that the number will be increased at Belmont Park. Barney Schreiber, who is now at Oakland. CaL, wants tiie address of John Burroughs, or information as te lis whereabouts at present. Henry Watterson i- not over fond of work, a mile in 1:48, kicked out. would he considered a brilliant morning performance tor him. Patio is a l ad aetor at the post. He kirks everything In reach of his heels and tries his best, to buck his rider out of the saddle. Norman Selby, otherwise Kid MeCey, the formes pugilist. K now the owner of Bounding i:ik. lie paid r. A. Foray the 1,230 for the sou of Buskin "•"ll.--.Miss Ball. Fred Forsytlie will send a good bunch of youngsters to the races at the Montreal .June meeting. 1 hey will probably be sold at public ami ion a | the close ot the meeting, lb will not take Montgomery, winner of ttie Crescent City Derby. "Some day," remarked one of the good critics at Jamaica after Lord Badges last race, "Billy Olirer will have a strong boy up on that old plater; be will be whipped awaj from the post and lie first to catch the eyes i the Judges at the Danish."