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NOTES OF THE TURF. Jockey W. Dugan arrived in Chicago several days ago and will leave for New Orleans Sunday. Tho Goldcrest gelding, Stoney Lee, lias been shipped by his owner, J. R. Thornby, to Los An geles for winter racing. J. W. Blalock has shipped four horses from New York to Los Angeles, where he will try for some of the Santa Anita purses. Jockey Bernhardt has sufficiently recovered from his bad fall at Pimlico to leave the Maryland Hospital in Baltimore. He will not ride again this year. Judge A. W. Haniilton has left his home in Mount Sterling, Ky., for Los Angeles, where he will be presiding judge of the Santa Anita Park meeting throughout the season. Eugene Elrod, who will be manager of the Santa Anita Park betting ring, says that there will ie more bookmakers on hand for the opening day than ever cut in at Ascot Park. Theodore Coles is training Perseverance for his race in the Dixie. William Garth, the regular trainer of the P. J. Rainey horses, is at present on a hunting trip in Virginia. Carrollton, the only good eolt the Newcastle Stable sent to Benning for racing there, has not recovered froiA the injury he received in his first start at the track and will probably not race again this year. James Keegan, track superintendent of the La-tonla Jockey Club, has left for New Orleans, where he will have charge of the City Park track tills winter. IIo will again have supervision of tho Latonia course next year. William I. Burch has sold Loudoun Light to G, R. Tompkins. The gelding has been raced this year in the colors of his breeder, W. C. Eustis of Virginia. The Lighterman gelding will probably be put to tsteeplcchushig next year.