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* CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. Jockey F. Jackson, who had lioth arms broken in a fall Irom Cliff Stream at Hamilton last summer, has fully recovered and is in business at Covington. Ky.. with a well-defined notion that his days of riding are over. Mrs. L. A. Livingston intends to send about twenty of her horses to Bowie next spring for early training. She has a fine crop of yearlings by Ijovetie and Ildrim. The Qucliec legislature may follow the lead of Ontario and impose a tax or license on race courses which now pay 2.00O a year into the public tn-asury in that province and nothing at all in Qllcliec. At Ixingten. Ky.. yesterday. Capt. W. A. Pres-grae. of Salisbury. Md.. liought from J. L. Tarl ton. the twelve-year-old thoroughbred mare Tinker dam of Waterproof 1. by Handspring— Frankie. She is in foal to Hurst lark. During the season just concluded nine horses belonging to Belgian owners won races in England, viz.. Roi de Coeur, Wallon. Baccara, Fakir III. Ilevo.vant. Molat. Memorial. Kim. and Fatal, several . f these winning subsequent races after having changed hands to English owners. XL Adolph Neuter, the proprietor of Le Sport Beige, which lias kept up publication in England in spite of the Belgian disaster, lias a record as a successful trainer. During the season of 1913 he sent MB winners to the races, and was in a fair way to surpass that accomplishment wheu war broke out and racing in Belgium was stopped. With four months of the season still to come, he had trained 1-14 winners. Interviewed by a representative of The Petit Iarisien. the French minister of agriculture ..L Jules Meline. declared Mint he had authorized fin-Nice lackey Club to hold its annual meetings in January and February next. Italian owners, he said, had already sent in acceptances and he hoped that English owners would send some of their best horses.