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PROSPECTS PLEASE JOHN HACHMEISTER. Iouisillo. Ky.. April 13, John Hachm.ister will remain here for three or four days ami then go to I.atonia to g.-t things in ahape for the coming r.nei ing a! the K "Hon ■mm track, which is scheduled to begin June . and etui July !l. Judge Price will stay at his home in this city until the soring nutting begins at Lexington. lie will offlciite there as ■anal as presiding Jadge, a position lie will also hold at the spring nice! ing here and at I.atonia as w. II. Bath otlieials predict a most successful spring Baal summer racing season in Kentucky this year. Mr. Ilaehmi isler is highly elated over the liberal entries tin horsemen made this season for I.atonia stak" .vents ami sas the nominations in the events for the older harsea were indeed gratifying. No less than eighty-three hirsts are engaged in the Merchants Stakes and sixty-two Boatiaatloaa were made fir the ladepeadeace Handicap. The I.atonia Derby aetata*-lions also more than fulfilled his early estimate ami he looks for the biggest field that has raced in that event for a number of years. Mr. Ilarhaw later refused to enter into any discussion of the I.itonia Jockey Clubs future actions in its dealings with the Kentucky Baring Commission. "Everything. I imagine." said lie. "will right itself in time. We an- not outlaws, as has been charged •galas! us. and what we have endeavored to do in a ruing way in tin- past two yi aid was what we thought P. be our only chance to contribute our mite to the horsemen and to keep alive the sport in this slate. Our track has held rate meetings in recent rears when are stood face to taee with a sure ;.i- . and what are made when we attack a saccessfal season only helped to meet the debts incurred in unsuccessful years. We are going to try io run a meeting this summer in accordance with the rules laid down by Kentucky racing laws ami we hope the state lacing commission will tender us its sup-P"rt."