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LEXINGTON TRACK IS FAST PHOENIX HOTEL CANDIDATES WORK WELL OVER KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION COURSE. Trials of Helmet, Countless, Mary Davis, Hanbridge, Ocean Bound and Other Eligibles Watched with Keen Interest — More Arrivals. Lexington. Ky.. Septomtier 16. — Many horses worked :it the Kentucky Association course this morning, the weather being line and the track fast. Candidates for the Phoenix Hotel Handicap, of MM, attracted the most attention in their moves. Helmet worked a mile- and a sixteenth in 1:47?, running the first mile in 1:41£. Other work-outs in-dnded the following: Countless— .Mile in 1 :43j?. Hanbridge — Three-quarters in 1:17. J ■pill i lot — Mile and an eighth in l:58if. Mar- Davis— Mile In 1:411. Norbitt — Mile and an eighth in 1:50. Orel ■ Bound — Five-eighths in 1 : »::•. A part iculail v impressive move was Governor Crays live -eighths in 1 :0.-. Joe Young, with Ainu Boy, Valley Stream and La Toupee, and Allie Hak with King of Yolo and one other horse, arrived from Latonia this morning. From Iouisville came Peter Coyne with six of George J. Longs string, including Kelluf. Evia and Cellaret; Thro Abadie with half a dozen. Including Carlton G. and Bonrbonite; It. Kelly with La C Mexican ami .1. J. Flannlraa with three. Peter Wiinmcr will be here from loajailHl tomorrow with Intrinsic and a couple of others. There will he eight windows at which winning tickets may he cashed this year. Last year there wire only four and the delay caused hy inadequate accommodiit ions often prevented many who would have been on the next race from getting a wager di wn. Another new arrangement at each of the windows is u chute into which the men cashing tickets must pass. This chute, has an entrance on one side and an exit on the other.