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NOTES OF THE TURF. An Austrian jockey, named Szenle. i- tiding well over the hurdles in Knglaiul. An null lacing bill ha- been introdaced in tfa Oklah a Legislature, but la not expected to pa—. Eaeoaragiag reports roatlane lo roaae from Denver relative to tl bailees for the passage of a racing ; eomniission bill for Colorado. It was because Ituiwell was given the mount na 1 l.n-hiel in tie- Robert K. Lee Handicap that joelc Eddie Martin severed his arrangement with ihe Red well -table. The U-tting ring at the Juarez Hack i- io be at one- enlarged. It hi- proven phi -mall to ai-eonim.-date the crowds that are atteadiag this sea . I Superintendent Keegan will have a torei of men al work within the next few days to carry out the ideas of the architect who has drawn plans for the . enlargement. incensed because an outsider was declared winner in a race in which the favorite was thought to have won at the l.oiigeliainp- race coarse, at Buenos Aires, Tuesday, a moll set tiie to an. I destroyed the grandstand and most of the other buildings oa the J grounds, only a few poHcemea were present and the others who were called were unable to prevent 1 the life. There wa- a strange lini-h for the South Africa" Nursery 8re furlongs, value 1.500 soverelgnsi on 1 the opening day .. tbe Johannesburg Turf Club Sum iner Christmas i Meeting. The ace, which i~ f. r I wo veal old- sued ill South Allien, attracted a held I of nineteen. Before they had gone a furlong the two leading ravorites. K. V. Murrays haj .-..ii i Unequalled and . F. Balls Lay tilly Caper Sam. .hew clear ..r the others, and Unequalled practical!.! had the ran WOO when ju-l al the end hi- -ad.M slipped back and with the winning |„.-t ..nU a 1 stride awas bis j.K-ke fell off. Unequalled passed I the po«t riderless, i length in advance of Cape Sauce, but of coarse the bitter wa- placed lirst ami Ineipialleii got no part af the money.