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TO FORM A NEW GOVERNING BODY. Kentucky Breeders Issue a Call with That End in View. Lexington, Ky., November 27. Following the publication last Saturday of an editorial in the Thoroughbred Record declaring the time ripe for the formation of a new jockey club to govern the affairs of be turf in the west, and expressing the opinion that, through the intluence of an organization of representative breeders and business men racing in the states of Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee iiud Arkansas can lie revived and the general character of the sport improved, sixteen representative horsemen today signed a call for a meeting here of all breeders next Monday. The call reads: "We, the undersigned, recognizing the importance of the formation of a new jockey club to govern racing in the west, request every breeder to meet at the Phoenix Hotel in this city on Monday next, December 2, at twelve oclock." The signers are Milton Young, owner of the Mc-Crathiana Stud and member of the Kentucky State Racing Coinmisison; Major Foxhall A. Daingerlield, malinger of James R. Keenes Castleton Stud; Barney Schreibcr, owner of the Woodlands Stud in Missouri and Hie largest stable of horses in training this year; James E. Clay, owner of the March-inoiit : nd near Paris, and a member of the Kentucky State Racing Commission; Charles II. Berry-man, manager of James B. Ilaggins Elmendorr Stud; O. II. Chcnault, owner of the Spendthrift Stud; C. W. Moore, owner of the Mere Hill Stud; Charles F. Hill, manager of Clarence II. Mackeys Kingston Stud; Garrett D. Wilson, owner of Horse mens Headquarters and partner with United States Senator Joseph W. Bailey in the ownership of Iroquois Stud; Breckinridge Viiey, owner of Stonewall Si ud; John 1!. Ewing, owner of Willamette Stud; J. M. Shipp of Sunny Slope Stud; R. II. Anderson, Teas Over Stud; Sidney Bedford, A. L. Ferguson and James Brown, likewise distinguished as breeders.