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NOTES FROM THE BLUE GRASS STATE. Training Activities for Racing- Begins — Vanderbiit May Win Grand Prix with Schuyler. Lexington. Ky.. January 25. — J. M. Van Ordcu and Con Leighton. his trainer, left tonight for New York, after spending several days visiting the farms. Mr. Van Orden is ■ corset manufacturer with an establishment at Newark. N. ,L, and racing is his recreation. He has seven or eight haftM at Gravesend and live or six more here. Bookmakers "Hops" and Harry Laiuieman will leave tomorrow for New Orleans. The will cut iu tit City Park and expcci to remain la the south until the end of the winter season, when they will journey east. Five two-.car old- l,y Ke.piital. will be sent up from the farm of Claude Thomas, ti. ar Paris, next week to be trained by Dan T. Morris. Mr. Morris broke theae eatta and fillies hen- lajt fall and he says they are gaai prospeets. Henry M. Ziegiei s horses, now running out at Highland Farm, will be i.iken up by trainer Cnarlc Hughes m-xt week. A. c. Thompson, who bought the two-yearold filly by H h- »!•► --Loriiii Dunne, from Mrs. F. L. Israel a day or two ago. is a new comer to tie-turf. H. Blum, a lioi-eman from Paris, wiio sp:-nt several days here with Beatt Hudson and trainer William Duke of the W. K. Vanderbiit Stable, says it is expected in France thai S.-lmy lor. ;,ir. Van-dcrbilCs good three-year old son of M. ddler, will win the next Grand Prix.