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WIDE INTEREST IN KENTUCKY RACING. Reports Reaching Louisville All Lead to Conclusion That Coming Meeting Will Be Remarkable One. Louisville. Ky.. Benteaaher 16. — Harry Breivogel, who is identified witli the management of race courses in Kentucky and Juarez, Mex.. arrived today from Detroit and tomorrow he will go to Lexington. Mr. Breivogel, in commenting upon Hie outlook for Kentucky racing, said: "Iu New York 1 heard nothing hut complimentary references concerning the coining meetings at Lexington. Louisville and Latonia. the Kentucky tracks will profit as a result of the closing of the tracks on the metropolitan circuit. There is no question hut that the liest horses seen in the middle west in years will he here. An instance is the ■table of Samuel C. Hildreth. lie is coming to Churchill Downs with eighteen horses. It is practically certain that he will start both Novelty and Pita Herbert at the Downs. The greatest of all winter meetings is going to he that which opens on Thanksgiving Day lor 100 days at Juarez. Mex. The pick of the American turf will be there." George J. I g will race at Lexington Galliota, Macias, Cellaret. Kamazon. Exemplar ami Kvia. Theodore Abadie will have four horses there, the best being Carlton G. J. J- Flannigan shipped with the Abadie lot. Peter Wimniers string consists of Intrinsic. Any Port and Explicit. T. C. McDowell will have first call on the services of jockey Theodore Keener and Henderson and Hogan will have second call during the meetings at Lexington, Churchill Downs and Latonia. Stanley Knns wired from Montreal to Deere tarv Lyman II. Davis that he will ship seven horses to Churchill Downs. Brovltc. owned by Ed Ml final! J . has spread his left forefoot and will be out of training for two weeks. In a fast trial Emperor William pulled up lame from the quarter i ost. He was being prepared for the races at Lexington and the mishap will necessitate keeping the horse here. Tom Hatfield will race at Lexington Grenade, New Star and Eva Tan-guity. Todays trials included: Athie W. Half mile in .12. Ban Dance -Hall mile in a9f. liourboiiite — Half mile in 50. BUanette— Half mile in 51. Ktnpeior William — Three-eighths in 36. Plenrons Daughter — Half arise in 50. Good News -Half mile in 51. Cypsy King --Five-eighths in 1:05. Intrinsic -Five eighths in 1:04_. Light Bine- Half mile in 52. Limpet —Half mile in 59. New Star — Five-eight lis in 1:07. Oiaeaa — Five-eighths in 1:05. s K-lluf Half mile in 51. St. Hark — Seven-eighths in 1:25?. Star Blase— Half mile in 4!t. Tin- Fad Half mile in 47«. The Peer Half mile in 493.. Tom If cG rati Tin Marten in 1:20. Topland Three-quarters in 1:17. George Mom will not race any of his horses, now quartered lure, at Lexington. He has some idea of making a winter campaign. While tie main stables at Churchill Downs are now about all occupied or engaged, there is yet an abundance of stall room there to house many horses, nil. I Secretary Davis says he would be able to take can- of as many as 2.i :m horses, in sense way, if that enormous number were to ship here. Robert GUtnan, of Si. Louis, was an arrival at Churchill Downs with Dander, winner of the Gentlemens Cup race at the Downs last spring. ieorge Kinder has reached Douglas Park with four bones from Latonia. They are _. A. Leiman. Slew foot, Vuletide and Mud Hen. lackey George Warren has left for Lexington to exercise some of the horses there preparatory to taking mounts at the coming Kentucky Association meeting. Warren i still under contract with Tom Hatfield, but will ride as a free lance during the Lexington n ting. The Louisville trainer may send a horse or two to race at Lexington next week, but lias BOt aa yet fully made up his mind on that point. The veteran John Carroll is once more training satisfactorily for Mr. Hatfield. He has lately been working free of lameness and soreness and is fat unusually good tlesh this full.