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■ 1 i , 5 0 3 2 ° _ 3 5. B g J. n ib be H JOISt -ii! MHO in .11111 I IU II HO 1 ~ OOi I I1C IL"OIOI_. _ . SPRECKELS HORSES ARRIVE IN NEW YORK. New York. February 1L — Enoch Wishard has arrived at Sheep-head Bay from Savannah. Ga.. • Willi the horses belonging to Adolph Spreckels of 1 San Francisco. The stabe comprises ten two-year-olds and five mature horses which have been in I active training dining the winter on the sandy track ; at Savannah, and they arc at present in good con-ililiou for lacing. Mr. Wislmrd reports a singularly mild winter in Oeorgia. Trainer Frank Weir says lie will make an effort t to get Clark CritrJth. which lias been turned out t for the past two years, back to the races again II this year. His last race was in the Withers of 1906. and he took third money behind Accountant and Bohemian 11 on three legs. Before Clark Critlith fell lame iu MM he won n he Toboggan Handicap l.y five lengths, defeat- ing TipliK and oilier good sprinter-, ami acted •I us though he might go any distance under any kind of weight. After breaking down in tlie Witli-d e ers the Kinley Mack colt was sent to James Prices I farm near Ocearqiort. N. J., and he has been there e nearly two years. No stake engagements were made for him when the big eastern stakes closed a few weeks ago o and no i -fort will lie made to train him until after r the middle of the summer. His legs appear to be e ::ood agaiu and Price believes he will stand liaiu i ing.