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SALVATOR FOR LOUISVILLE SHOW. Mr. J. B. Haggin has given his consent to the exhibition of his race horse Salvator at the Louisville horse show, Salvator will get to Louisville in a private car with a retinue of servants and, live like, a king. His record of .1:35, jnade at Monmouth, Park on the straight course and agaiust time seventeen years ago, still stands.; In connection with, the show and the news booming of it conies the announcement tlint it will be the ilrst time that Salvator has ever been exhibited. This is not a fact. He, together with his great rival In his racing days, Tenny, was exhibited at a horse show held in Mechanics Pavilion at San Francisco in 1893 or 1S94. The first prize, a massive silver trophy, was awarded to Emperor of Norfolk.