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MORE HAG GIN HORSES FOR SALE ABROAD. Lexington, Ky November 7. The prices realized for the horses sent abroad by J. B. Haggin in September, together with the re-election of Governor Hughes, have caused the master of Elmendorf to decide to send another big consignment to the Argentine Republic, and plans are in the making at the farm for shipment from here about November 20. Mr. Haggin had about made up his mind to hold a big dispersal sale at his farm, and had gone over the proposition very thoroughly with William Easton. the auctioneer of the Fasig-Tipton Company, but Colonel Young, just about that time, made the announcement of his dispersal sale, and Mr. Haggin took up the notion that it would not be well for him to follow immediately after the McGrathiana sale. The next auction here will be the Fasig-Tipton Companys ninth annual Kentucky sale, which opeus November 23. About 300 head have been catalogued, of which the more important consignments are Captain W. Harry Browns Senorita Stud and the remnant of the Millstream Stud. The Senorita lot embraces the stallions Broomstick. Garry Hermann anl the mares Ascot Belle, Audience. Esteem. Ethel Lee. Flocarline. Lollie Eastin. Performance. Itavello, Retained. Run of Luck. Saloma. Senorita. Sue Smith. Tactful. Thirty-third. Verona. Vivan-diere and Wayward Lass, and a dozen weanlings out of these mares. L. V. Harkness has an option on the Senorita Farm, and it is understood that he will bur it and make it a part of the Walnut Hall Farm, the home of Moko and Walnut Hail and a big band of trotting mares. The -Millstream Stud will ofTer the stallion Handspring and the mares Alabana. Ballet Queen. Clementina. Erminio. Geranium, Lady Albercroft. Nadavis. Pensa. Purity. Twitter. Wild Thyme and about fifteen weanlings. Nadavis. Purity. Twitter and Wild Thyme are in foal to Adam. Alabana was bred to Voter and the others to Handspring. The remainder of the catalogue will be made up of consignments from the farms of Colonel E. F. CHay. Catesby Woodford. August Belmont. E. C. Cowdin. Edward Frazior. F. R. Hitchcock and others. There will be practically nothing of the inferior grades offered at this sale. Nearly all of the weeds, or culls have been sold out of the state. In the past six months over 2.000 have boon shipped away to western and southern points, and the majority of the-in will never be heard of again in racing. A few will find their -way to the half-mile tracks and will run at county fairs in various states. The largest shippers have been R. L. Baker and Harbison. Jewell and Patterson of this city. Stone. Porter and White, of Pulaski. Tenn.. and J. H. Jarvis of Holton, Kan., and Dr. W. S. Henderson of Car-berrv. Manitoba. The horses they have been taking are largely of the type known as traders. There is a strong demand for young mares and geldings suitable for officers mounts in the German and United States armies. During the past week S. Keller of Berlin left here with forty head of such horses for export, nc expects to return again about January 1 for another shipment, and has commissioned R. Ti. Baker to locate them for him. Dick Wilson, who has been buying for the officers school of the United States army at Fort Riley. Kan., has shipped a load within the past ten days. Among them was the four-year-old filly. True Dora, bv Pirate of Penzance The Dreamer. She is probably the most perfect type for a cavalry mount that has gone out of here in a year. Lieutenant Montgomery gets her. O. H. Chenault of the Spendtlirif t Stud has weeded his establishment down to the stallions Boanerges and Hermence and about thirty mares, and is giving over much of the space on his farm to young mules. Auctioneer William Easton has gone to French Lick Springs, Indiana, and will remain there until the opening of the sale here on the twenty-third. He "was a very sick man for two or three days prior to his departure. John E. Madden has sixty-five yearlings and according to reports from Hamburg Place there are some speed marvels among them.