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EASTERN HORSES FOR CANADA. New York. May 20. — Quite an exodus of horsemen and horses far Canada is on. Among those who have departed for the north within a day or two are William llogan. James McLaughlin. Jr.. William O. Sculh . Robert Bovle. P. T. Cliinn. A. Garson and John Bowers. Mort Mahoiiev. wImi will have chaiLe of Hi.- betting ring at Toronto, has gone to the Canadian city. Trainer Rowers will take Barney Si linibers horses, including Jack Atkin and the three year old S.iLer. lie will not take the horses of Harry Shaw. Shaw i1«k-s n it like the idea of shipping so fiequenlly. A big string of jumitcrs of various ages accompanies Ho-. -i n. who trains for Bartlett McLennan of Montreal. The Cliinn establislinient is a large one. and includes the handsome Fth.-lbert colt. Red-wine. Thistledale is the cmlv horse Ix-longing to C A. Blonder that Roliert Boyle will take north. The other members of the string will remain at Belmont Park in charge of Harvey Boyle. Young James McLaughlin has quit.- a stable. Two of the horses tiiat will accompany him north are Aunt Kate and Miss Popular, owned by "Snapper" Barriaoa-. The three-vear-old Revliourn and a band of twoyearolds are in the lot W. O. Scully will race at Toronto. Montreal. Hamilton and Fort Erie. Jockev Vincent Powers will go along to ride Jack Atkin and Sager in their important northern engagements for Barney Sehrcllier. Jack Atkin has no important engagements hereabouts ahead of the Brigh Ion midsummer meeting, but he is in the Brighton Handicap and he will start if it be possible for John Powers to get him to the post for that race.