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- KERCHEVAL ARRIVES IN THE EAST. Peter Pans Defeat Causes Discussion — Sir Huon and Arcite Work Well. Nea York, May • !. Kor.heval. winner of the Burns Handicap, bat barred from the Brighton I II ...!:.■ ip under a recent dci ision by the stewards I of the Jockej Club because of irregularities as to the registration of his ownership, has arrived from California. He is in Charge of Jockey Gullett. W. V. Conran. his trainer, is expected in a day or two. Ke.i Friar has developed into a sulker. Doero Bhw an be tabbed as a rogac. W inline will not be Ion- anion"; the maidens. He was trained by Durnell in California and had worked three-quarters in 1:13] before his tost ra.e behind Surveillance. He was badly interfered with in that race. % The heavy -ohm around here has had a dulling effect on the speed of some of the best horses. Later these horses will come to hand and reward these who stick to them. Sailor Bay prevented plunger Charley Ellison from winning 1907.sh0,000 on Yankee Jul. The Sir Dixon til i v n.. tile her first appearance in the east last Tuesday and gnlshed just out of the money. Bat she came mil of that event SO tit that Ellison decided that Saturday was the proper time to null It. Prom 12 to 1 down to 3, a few minutes before the Bead was sent away. Yankee Girl was 1 a. ked. Chiefly by her owner. The defeat of Peter Pan caused a lot of dis- CUSSioa. When he was bea leu in a s.milar manner in tiie Withers by Frank iill, jockey Y Dmiaii was blamed because he made his run too soon. Jack Martin, however, lode the Commando colt Saturday strictly to orders. His handling of the colt was faultless, in the estimation of competent clitics. Who said that it was either the fast early pace or a tendency to quit that was at the bottom of Peter Kans humiliation. That El CuchiUo horse, which won the Impire state Saturday, will not bea; Good and Plenty that way weighted again, lies a smart temper, hut a lanky, nervous, mean looking and acting horse of tie- jn and out type. Water Light will not be seen in recea for some time. He pulled up very lame after his Saturday work at Sheepshead Kay. Dreamer can Ik- pat down as a sprinter. She was suspi cied before the Parkwaj Handicap and that race continued it. She is in excellent fix right now. Great mare as Suffrage is she will be greatest in the sprints. She has a world of speed and of line courage but is too leggy and light to go the route, in the opinion of the best judges here. Di.-k Welles* half sister. Six oclock, was not marly ready in her first race. She was big and green but will surely do later on. Ethon has been a hard luck horse so far. lie should have won both the Kreakuess and the Tark-way, hut fou racing accidents. Kosebeti is showing sparklinsr speed in his light sprinting work at Belmont and will come to his own again before many days. He will hardly be tried again at a mile, though. Oro is a jumper, which seems to have improved a good deal, and is ready to win in moderate company. Sir Huon and Arcite are both working well at Sheepshead Kay. Marvin Neal. a western s.-Ming plater, shows more than ordinary capacity in training at the same course, and Lady Amelia is about ready for the races. At liaveseiid Saturday Fotint-aii.blue went one and a quarter miles in sweet style and 2:10 — fast work and of the westerners at the same training grounds Kentucky Beau, Running Water. Temaceo and Lancastrian are all for ward. Orbicular, a Chicago favorite, is at Bel-ui. an aad about ready. it. it. Daryeafl Gohhjuest, a half-brother to fltec lioiieer. is one of the best looking yoengstera so tar to be shown. He needs some education, but is beautifully turned aud speedy.