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CANADIAN HORSES WELL ADVANCED. Toronto, out.. April 25. The establishment on a • ].•! uianeiit basis of legislation affecting racing lias i put new life into the sport of the turf, and from i all quarters comes an expression of satisfaction that so important an industry aud so entertaining a recreation is now free from the uncertainty always attendant While ■crewman efforts were exercised to dei-rroy it. Tin- early spring has la-en another factor ofinouieut in increasing the interest. The horses • are further advau.ed in condition than is usual at I tins time of rear, and hopes higher with many owners and trainers. Entries for the Kings Plate will close, with the 5 •the* stakos of the Ontario Jockey Club, on May 2. The list will probably In- smaller than in some years, but up to the average. The late closing of entries I will mean the loss from the list of seme liorses that t hare aliv;i«l. shown their trainers in this good training weather thai the ehance of winning is not sufil-eient to justify sending in their names, ami it may i Ik- taken for granted that much of the deadwood will be missing oa this account, but the race itself wi!l J Ml suffer in the bast. Some of the leading stables have not the usual amount ■ ! Plate material. Mr. Seagrams likelv starters may be set down at two— Toil. -nd.il an 1 Pearl Fisher -Is.tli lour year-olds, , i hey were anions i:isi years entries, and Tollendal ran second to Sbimoacse, but the exigencies of training retired Pearl Fisher Before the day of the race. To support them the Waterloo stable has two three e.-u olds tin- till ■ s Jan- Share and Carrie Milner. but they will pr -hably lie reserved for some other eieut. Janv Shore, a daughter of Marty rdom._ Is a particularly handsome ;nd speedy marc. The Valley i l-ariu Stable has nufne smart three year -olds in preparation at Windsor, and it is ii" secret that *be t M -ssrs. Heiidrie l.aie b..pes of repeating last years ■ vii-tory. The CoLi.nc.iii r e .It. Parmer, has done very v well s. far thi MMM«i. The afeapra, Dyincnt have e nothing eligible this year, but no stable has a more promising lot of young stock for future seasons Mr. Davtes will be Mr. .ugly represented, and in what t gossip tle-ie lin been so far about the probabiliti s. one hears most iieouoiitly the names of the Valley f Farm and IhnrartMfc candidates M tn..st likelv to » furnish the winner. There will be no lack of in-ilhidual entries !;• in scattered owners, and this s year s Plate, the abteat fixture aa the turf of North h America, will not naffer in interest as compared with any of its fifty parstoeeaaara. Mr. Seagram and the P.arrie liorses will leave ,. their h aa Barters tar Woodbine ahead the ix-gin-ning of May, and thaae trained at Windsor will come ,. here a week or s.. later. Tin- Hamilton Jockey Club track is already oecu-Btei b a nuniln r of horses, many of which have ,. b.-c ii partes In the ssataa during the past winter, and ,i S only reajatre freshening to fit them to go la the ! ost at their beat. Tin- latest arrivals were these fr.nu ,, J laeknaartlle: S. A. Cloplous l.adv lrnia. Amanda Leo. Ida It.. Lord Nelson. E. T. Shipp. Morpeth, Uraadiytdmo, Mem t;ift and the two year old Mattr lea Brad It. I . Williams Jane Swift. Colonel Asliinea.l-. Catrnke. Rami eh Boh, Phoro.iis and the two-year olds Del Mar, Palling. Deceivable. Del.-na, Dcfier _ atid Decency. , . .1. Man ay baa m veil bead there, mostly bred by Banter Sciireilier. and W. V. Coiiran is on the way m tK.rlii .101 i n v. H. 1 itii 1 ii thirteen him i. » ii..i« horses. r.