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NOTES OF THE TURF. Jockey Teahan has signed a contract to ride for W. Walker throughout the Charleston and Norfolk meetings. Last year l,.".."."i thoroughbreds raced on the German race courses. liOS being two-year-olds, .".!r three-year-olds. -IS" four-year-olds. 410 live-year-olds, 4::."i six-year-olds, and .IM of greater ages. II. 15. Durveas ISlarney and Sweeper II. have entered the stud in France. The fee of each is 00. They are standing at the Haras du Gazon. Blarneys winnings on the French turf amounted to 2,250. The Union Club, whicli controls racing in Germany, has published notice that only in cases where engagements of jockeys and apprentices are formally tiled in writing will It assume jurisdiction in cases of dispute over their services. Notice has been served on the jockeys that se.verc penalties will be imposed hereafter for foul and rough riding. The busiest thoroughbred of 1913 in Germany was Chutbeh, a daughter of Saphlr, which ran In 2C races. Next In order were Rurgenieister and Livadia. each with 24 starts. Six started in 23 . races, including Delila, Gemot, Jasmin, Matador, Red Clover and Sunbath. Reau Manoir, Llanludno and Phoenix started in 22 races, and those with 21 starts were David II., Guernica II., Mark Gamp, MJelleux. Small Roy, Snowdons Knight, Talmont and Wackerlos.