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JACK ATKIN AND NEALON SHIPPED NORTH. Both of These Cracks to Start in the Carter Handicap Tomorrow — Gossip from Pimlico Track. Baltimore. Mil.. April I.!. — John Powers, who trains for Harney Sciircibcr ami Harry L. Shaw, has shipped Jack Atkin. Ncalon. Top Note ami Isa-•jcl Casse to Atpieiluct to start la various stake events of the Qutens County Jockey Club program. Jack Atkin ami Nealon are to gn ill the Carter Handicap, the former in the colors of Mr. Schreiber and Nealon in the silks of Mr. Shaw. Bath are in line fettle and if Jack Atkin does not win ami Nealon is not right up at the liuish. trainer Iov.eis will be surprised. The pair received their last trial over the limlico track yesterday, easily working thrce-tptartcrs in 1:17. Tap Note worked the fastest of any horse here fans far by going the three-quarters in 1:1ft. Isabel Cass.- has been shewing keen speed here. She las worked faster than any two-.car-ohl over the limlico track. After starting in the stake events. J::el: A i km. Nealon. Top Note and Isabel Casse are to retara to PhaUca to race during the spring meeting of the Marvlaml Jockey Club, which opens ou Wed m sdav. April 20. The stabhs of the Neville estate and II. B. Du iany have arrived from Virginia. The Oaaaatt stable is tin.. Medallion, of this siring, is to atari in the lreaki:ess. the big event of the limlico meeting. The horses owned by August l.eimont that wintered at Qaraett, S. C. have arrived here in charge .! .John Whale! i. David Dunlops string has arrived from Jamestown. Live Wire worked a mile in 1:43 and is in fine fettle. The reinstatement of Harvey I.oyle makes it possible for him to ride the jumpers belonging to G. A. Hronder. of New York. Charles Meistcr. Jr.. owner of the sprinter. St. J. aaae, expects the niare to arrive here from Florida Miortly in charge f trainer N. K. Heal, who also aas i:i Ota, earned hy K. s. Garrett, another local turfman, who is also the owner of Magellan am! Margaret, Boar betas made ready by* Jerry Murphy Stargowau is training satisfactorily and shows no sign of the lameness with which he was afflicted last season. Henry McCarthy proposes to develop a lightweight rider named Andrew Ferguson. K. J. Waldeii. the Middlebiirg turfman, was at the track yesterday and was much pleased with the outlook for a good meeting. His limlico string was shipped from the farm today. Jockey W. Walker has been at Middleburg for almost ;•. week, helping to get the horses in condition. Among those that Mr. Wablen will race will be St. Abe. Chilton Qmen. Kings 1late. now a tp.ialitietl hunter, and a number or two-year-olds. Arthur llidtlle. a Hungarian, turned up at the track .esterday. It is his ambition to become familiar with the American atria of riding, which is popular in his country. Mddle weighs ahoat IdS l«..iinds and he seeks to have some horseman give him a chance to display his ability. Jockey .1. J. Walsh, who rode in Russia last season. has detdded to remain in this country this year to ride as a free lance. The track could not be in better condition. Su-■ eriuit nth nt John Btcaaan ami his men have rounded it into shape that will permit fast work. Some changes have been made in the steeplechase course, the Live p.K. I having been removed from in Croat of the grandstand to the backfield near the half-mile post. All of the jumps have been overhauled and are not now as straight up ami down as during the meeting las; fall. All of the obstacles have been topped with fresh gi n pine and the course will doubtless be far more attractive than in previous seasons. The start ami finish of the races through the field will be in full view of the spectators, it having been derided to abandon the custom of sending the jumpers off at a point on the haekstretch.