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KENTUCKY STABLES ARE SCATTERING. Special Train Departs for Juarez with Two Hundred Charleston Shipment Next, Cincinnati, O., November 12. The two special trains carrying owners, jockeys and horses bound for Juarez left Latouia yesterday afternoon and stopped at Louisville to pick up a carload of A. B. Spreckels horses. The trains were made up of two sleepers, one day coach, a diner, a car for automobiles, two baggage cars and thirteen horse cars. The owners represented in the shipment included W. F. Fizer. E. J. OConnell. F. D. Weir, W. C. Clancy. J. C. Ferris, Seymour Veiller, John Lowe, Earl Linnell. Henry McDaniel, I. J. Miles, E. L. Fitzgerald, A. L. Kirby, Doerhoefer and West, Howard Oots, M. 11. Farmer, A. G. Dunlap and F. M. Hopper. Mild weather "conditions that prevailed today afforded opportunity to the uimerous trainers at Latouia to give their charges much nreded exercise. The track, while muddy, had firm footing. The departure of the Juarez special yesterday with about 200 horses has thinned the ranks considerably, but there still remains in the neighborhood of .!00 horses at the course awaiting shipment. Nearly all of these will be transferred to Charleston within the next week, the major portion going by special train next Monday noon. A revised list of those owners intending to send consignments on the Charleston special is an follows: Weber and Ward. E. W. Moore, L. Weiss, J. H. McCarren, T. Atiadie, G. W. Johnson, J. C. Culm, L. Marlon, L. Taubcr, W. J. Speirs, W. A. Kirwan. F. .1. Pons. West and Cambron. C. S. Wilson, K. H. Clark, Lei? Christy. G. M. Johnson, W. Gerst, C. Bills, 11. McCoulsky. P. II. Jones, R. E. Camp-hell and A. Luzader. W. G. Yanktts string of sixteen horses were transferred to Palmetto Park last Monday, while departures for the same point yesterday from here included the horses of G refer and Bender, M. A. Colton and J. W. Foreman. These consignments were shipped by express. The big baud owned by Adair and Baker will be sent by express tomorrow. The Monday shipment will probably require sixteen horse cars. There will bo two sleepers, two day coaches, two baggage cars and a diner attached to the train for the accommodation of owners, trainers, jockeys and stable employes. James S. Evenuan, who had intended going to Charleston, has reconsidered and will winter his horses at the Latonia track. Those he handled for .1. W. Johnson will in future be trained by the owner himself. Others who Intend to winter at the Milldale course Include J. II. Weaver and James Lally. John Hachineister departed this morning for Louisville to attend to some business which will likely keep him there until Friday. Eugene El rod departed last night for Chicago, where he will spend a few days before proceeding to Juarez.