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NOTES OF THE TURF. Henry Brulateur and Alfred Hamel have decided not to race their great lilly Notasulga at New Orleans next winter. John A. Drake will hardly race another stable of horses until the produce of Ort Wells and the choice mares with which he was mated are ready for the races. Woodford Clay has shipped all Ids horses home except Kentucky Beau and Nimbus, which have been turned over to Tom Welsh to be bandied by him for the remainder of the eastern season. "I like that Heidels riding," said "Red" Walker at Latonla, after the Edwin Gum race, Thursday. "If he was a little lighter 1 would try injghty hard to get him. I need another boy, for I am going to race at both Oakland :ind Arcadia this winter." John Morris, Sam Lewis and James Pettingill. of St. Louis, Charles Oldham of Kansas City, Dick .Tarrett of San Antonio, Leu Sears of Oklahoma City and W. Brooks, are the seven bookmakers laying odds In the open betting ring at Fort Worth, Texas. There will be some inportant sales of horses in training at Belmont Park next week. Thursday James It. Keene will dispose of a draft of twelve bead from his barns, while .W. W. Darden will sell his entire stable. The Darden salt; is to close out a partnership and the best may be bought in by Mr. Darden.