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NOTES OF THE TURF. The 1 1 1 i 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 ii purse for the Tulsa meeting will be 00. Clirislophine, holder of the American record of 1:30 for one mile, is among the nominations for the Kentucky Oaks, to be run at Churchill Downs in May. W. C. Clancy has sold Cosgrove, Kenneth and Balgee lo R. II. McKenzie of Pittsburgh, Pa. This puts Clancy out of business as a owner. He does not intend to retire permanently, but will rest foi-a time. J. Lewis, whir trains Tor S. Veiller. is a former jockey who achieved prominence in the saddle and whose retirement was necessitated by an accident iu a race at Kansas City in which he had a leg crushed. During the vear 1013 in France, the Societe d Encouragement distributed 137.175 in stakes at Longchniups and Chantiily, and 70,000 at provincial race meetings, making together a grand total of ,207,175. Jockev A. Mott. who was one of the developments of the Juarez meeting, is liftecn years of age and comes from Vancouver, B. C. B. Marco, whose contract F. I. Weir lias purchased, is niueteen years old and is a native of Denver. Major Jinks, an American-bred gelding by Hani-burg Jinks, that won at Hurst Park in January and was afterwards sold to go abroad, took a. race at Brussels week before last, when he was ridden by his new owner, M. Van de Vet. The special train carrying owners, jockeys, train ers and horses from Juarez to Kentucky is made iqi of ten seventy feet steel horse cars, one baggage car. two sleepers, a chair car and a diner. It left 1J1 Paso at 7 oclock Tuesday uight and is due lo reach Louisville tomorrow morning. The Tulsa special that left Juarez last night Is made up of fourteen horse cars.