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NOTES OF THE TURF. The Juarez track lias received a new top dressing. Eugene Stood will have charge of the Lexington liettiug ring this fall, as usual. Cohorts fractiousness at the post has earned him a place on the schooling list at Saratoga. Hayardo has so far won for .Mr. Fairie in first money the handsome total of 222,910. Jockey George Molesworth incurred suspension at the recent Cheyenne meeting and is still under the ban. John W. Bain, of Lexington, will do the starting at the approaching state fair races at Douglas Park, Louisville. R. K. Carman claimed George Qttots Stare at Saratoga Saturday. The Nasturtium — Gaze gelding com Mr. Carman Bl.OPO. W. I. Kim- has shipped Shackleton and Mongolian to Slieepshead Ray. Mr. Fine raced these colts lor J. B. llaggin on shares. The minimum purse for the coming fall meeting at Churchill Down* will be 400. and the overnight handicap values will run up to $»KK1. The horses of W. McLemore. Johnson and Gray. J. J. Markleiu and Powell k Parker have reached Denver from Cheyenne and are stabled at Overland Park. Silas Veitch. Nat Ray and T. Roderick will ship their horses from Saratoga to Montreal September _. Fred Williams will ride the Yeitch jumpers at Blue Bonnets. / Col. M. .1. Winn anil Harry Breivogel have reached Saratoga from Juarez and are devoting themselves to interesting eastern turfmen in the Kentucky fall meetings. It is probable that the number of pari awtael machines at Churchill Downs will be materially increased for the approaching fall meeting, in view of tin expected invasion of easterners. Halibridge pulled up lame after his last race at Saratoga. When the time conies for his retirement fiom racing this consistent son .,f Banastar will be mated with his Fast itabteaaate, Coll mi aj. "There will be racing next year and for many years to come. Racing is not dead: it is only sick. It Is suffering from too much amputation, due to over zealous work on the part of the present legislative surgeons. But it is convalescing and will CMM forth b tter sad stronger than ever." predicts duel al Stephen Stanford, the veteran New York breeder. •Next year." he says, "there will be racing at every New York state track."