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NOTES OF THE TURF. Effendi is out of training for the rest of the year, because of a bowed tendon. Lord Rosehery again has first call on Ihe services of jockey Danny Maher for next season. There was not a race in the Hamilton book that failed to fill during the recent mooting. Black Chief, the three-year-old black Allan-a-Dalo colt recently purchased by F. J. Sweeney, of Washington, will be trained by Jerry Carroll. R. T. Wilson, Ji.a Fantasque, the two-year old brown filly by Disguise— Editha. and the two-year-old bay gelding, Abound, have been turned out for the season. Frank Regan will shortly ship Ardrl, Glandore and two other horses from Saratoga to Graveaeud. The horses will be freshened and prepared for a winter campaign at Jacksonville, where Mr. Regau raced successfully last season. The abolition of the existing valet system for jockeys was recommended by the Windsor officials to the Canadian Racing Associations and a similar recommendation goes from Hamilton. At the coming Windsor meeting the valets will be employed by the club. Dalmatian, sold to Louis Winans bv S. C. Hildreth for the reported price of 1910.sh0,000. cost Mr. Htldretli 00 as a yearling and won for him 4,500 in stakes and purses last year and this. The colt has lieen shipped to New York and will leave for England within a few days. S. C. Hihlreths steeplechaser. Black Bridge, U through racing for this year. His near front ankle filled badly after his last race and trainer Silas Veitch will send him from Saratoga to the Hildreth barn at Sheepshead Bay when he ships the rest of his string to Canada. Martinez, Merry Knight, Scarpia anil Gauntlet will be included in the shipment of horses that will fo to France about October 1 to carry Harry La Montagues colors. Particular attention will be paid to steeplechasing and the four horses named will be educated for the cross-country branch of racing. Mr. La Montague already owns a half dozen yearlings of French pedigree and birth. These will be broken and handled by trainer Burch. Assemblyman Frank Otis, of Alameda. Cal., one of the sponsors for the Walker Otis anti-racing law in California, was lieaten for a senatorial nomination in his district in last weeks Republican primaries iu that state. Mr. Otis had announced during his campaign that he would introduce supplementary legislation to strengthen the law that hears his nains and made his bid for nomination 011 a platfrom of which his anti-racing record was a prominent feature.