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I 1 d . .• .i e is - W. B. JENNINGS LOSES CACHE. New York. April 4. Walter B. Jennings, the California turfman, has suffered a serious loss before the op.-niug of the racing season. While his three two year olds were being shipped cast he lost the prize of his small string when his tillv Cache died on the cars. Shortly after In ing loaded Cache was taken with a fever and it grew steadily worse until she died when tls- journey was nearly over. Ca.-he was a brown daughter of Canopus and Du I Barry and was valued by Mr. Jennings at 0,000. The two remaining .juveniles in the Jennings string are Crcnida. a bay gelding by Canopus out of Chrysalis, and Fair Star, a bay colt by Star Shoot, dam i Fair Peiiit--nt. Crcnida is a youngster of consider able promise. These two shipped well. Within a i few .lavs the Jennings stable will be augmented by a i stijng of six two year old- from Kentucky. Ibev are ■ r.|Hirtei| a- being well advanced and a remarkably well set up lot of young ra.-ers.