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NOTES OF THE TURF. Jockey C. Koerner is spending his enforced vacation of four days at the home of his employer, AN . O. Joplin, in ElizabethtQwn, Ky. Albert Fir has been sold to L. Blum and will be shipped to Mexico some time next month with the other horses Blum expects to buy. R. E. Watkins has purchased Lad of Langden from W. W. Darden and will take him to New Orleans, with the rest of the stable at the close of the Aqueduct meeting. President James A. Radford, of the Houston Racing Association, reports the receipt of many inquiries concerning entries for the meeting to be held there from stables not now racing in Texas. J. II. Madlgan has shipped his sixteen yearlings from Buffalo, N. Y., to Houston. Texas, where they will be wintered. G. W. Graydon has charge of them. They will be raced on the Canadian circuit next year.