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i . : 1 CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. Kilmers place price in race 2877! was ! to .". Fred Burlew. after a trip to Chicago, will sail from New York, September II, for France. In a race at Independence. Mo.. August 24. the horse Croat Friar, by Tin; Friar Queens Gambit, broke a leg anil had to be destroyed. Gwyn Tompkins and F. Ambrose Clark are the only "owners who had reservations at Belmont Park before leaving Saratoga, whose horses have not arrived at the Long Island track. Tom AVclsh will leave today for England and the racers of L. AVood, at present in his care, will be turned over to A. J. Joyner. They include Mont dOr II., Chiclet, Xylon, Reveries, Maintenant and several otiiers. John Sanford announced AYednesday that lie will dispose of eleven of his horses by auction at Belmont Park on September 7. The horses he will sell are Bac. Brmnlcy. St. Isidore, Gun Rock. Leo-chares. Kilkenny. Lucius, Affection, Tyrant, Lady Clinton and Grand Opera. AVith the close of the New York season close at hand, many of the large eastern establishments will begin "weeding out their stables. AVillie Midg-lev plans to dispose of several of the GilYord A. Cochran races at. tin; close of the Maryland season and Tom Henley and Jack MeCormnck will also cut down their strings. AY. R. Coos Polymolian. eh. c, 2. by Polymelus, and one of the finest in the splendid lot of English-bred colts brought over by that eastern owner, has developed something new in the way of bucking. At least it is new to many experienced turfmen now at Belmont Park, although trainer Thomas J. liealev has had voungsters similarly affected in his stable and Dr. 11. AY. McCulIy has treated several cases of the kind. Polymolian lias developed "bucking," not of the shins as usual, but of the arms above the knee. Like the other two-year-olds in the Coe stable, ho had bucked shins to begin with, but. this latest development is bucking of the arms above the knees.