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NOTES OF THE TURF. i Steeplechase jockey Harry Stone is visiting Meada in New York. He says he will make application for reinstatement within a few days. Mose Goldblatt says the weather and track conditions at Oakland arc vastly superior for racing to those horsemen are experiencing at New Orleans. Jockey Garner has returned to New York treat his home in Iowa and is now assisting trainer Matt Allen prepare the eight horses in the stuble for . spring racing. Duff Green, the breeder of Dion K. Kerrs steeple- . chaser Essex II.. has a two-year-old full brother to Essex II. at his breediug farm near Fredericksburg. Va. The colt will race this year. Frank M. Taylor, trainer of the Patchogue Stable. . has returned to New York from French Lick Springs, and is now busily engaged in "getting Charles Edward. Nealou, Running Water and the other horses in his charge, ready for early racing. George B. Painter, until recently a part owner of the Newcastle stable, is ill at his home in Pittsburg. His health has been poor for nearly a jear and he contemplates a trip through the south as soon j as he is sufficiently recovered to travel. 1 C. A. Le Seure. who sold Jack Nunnally to A. F. Dayton, is planning to take .My Nurse, a two -year- I old, by David Tenny, to the Hawaiian islands this spring. Le Seuer thinks she is fast enough to pick up some purses at the Honolulu meeting. The stewards of the Pacific Jockey Club, at a recent meeting, denied the applications of jockeys .;. C. Daly, C. Gross and L. Nichols for reinstatement. The applications for licenses of trainers J. Tucker. L. Wilson and G. Phillips were also refused.