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fresh; arrivals at new Orleans. New Orleans, La.. November 6. — Additions to the turf colony here now include owners John Hogan. John Huffman. !. Arvin and William Martin, who arrived this morning from Latonia with their strings of racers. There are now close to 150 horses at the Fair Grounds and additions are the rule daily. Requests for stall room are continuous and the available space is now completely exhausted. The ad ditions recently eomplet.il have all been allotted. J. C. Yeager evidently contemplate* a return to the turf on a big scale, for trainer Robert Camp-hell, who has the icagci- horses in charge, win-1 today from Lexington requesting an additional allotment of space for the Yeager establishment. He will bring ten racers here, including some well-known ones that have won frequently on Kentucky tracks. Slow training is the rule for the present at the . Fair Grounds. Those horsemen who came on tlie . special train from Latonia are giving their charges a well-deserved rest after their strenuous campaiiru on eastern, Canadian and Kentucky courses this year.