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NOW AT CHURCHILL DOWNS ROAMER, TICKET AND STABLEMATES ARRIVE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. Horsomcn Admire Ticket as a Kentucky Derby Candidate — The Andrew Miller Two— Year-Olds — Arrivals from New Orleans. Ity C. A. Bogta. I.Hii -•. ill.. K.v.. February 20. — The stable of Andrew Miller of New York, in charge if A. J. toddsborongh, ha* arrived ;it Churchill Downs, having been shipped litre from Graseeead without ;in.v incident. The stable C—prillH thirteen head, in-cluding the six year old Koamer and the tliree -year ehi eoH Ticket, which is ■ prominent candidate for the Kentucky Derby. The horses will remain here, where their training for their sprint; i m: moments on the Kentucky and eastern tracks Will be completed. In addition to the Miller establishment, trainer Gobisborough brought Schuyler 1.. Parsons Koh-i-Noor, a candidate for the Derby and Oaks. All of the horses arrived in perfect condition, notably Koamer. which is looking better than in several years. This crack racer is credited with having won 8,610 thus far in his turf eareer. which makes him the greatest money-winner in this country of any horse that raced last year, and his coming to the local teach created unusual interest among the horsemen, who are anxious to get a glimpse of him. Ticket, which is expected to carry Mr. Millers colors in this years Derby, also created a stir among the local turfmen by his grand appearance. According to those who viewed him as a two-year --old. the son of Ballot — Plfaeeaa Orna lias grown wonderfully and is mow the real type of a Derby horse. His active training for the big race, on the afternoon of May 12, will now be commenced in earnest aud trainer Onldsborough, who is deeply enamored of Churchill Downs as a training ground for early spring racing, believes that Ticket will be able to stand up under the hard grind. Kentucky horsemen are well pleased W]gh «b cetfa look- and predict that he will be it big factor in the Derby, in the event that he stilts. They also are loud in their praises of Koli-i Noor. which is Schuyler K. Parsons candidate in Ixith the Derby and Oaks. It is believed that this grand -looking daughter of Dr. Keggo — Priceless Jewel will lie pointed for the Oaks, instead of pn paring her for the Derby which is run twelve days previous to the Oaks. Andrew Millers Two-Year-Olds. The remainder of the Miller stable comprises four three-year olds and eight two-year-olds. The most highly regarded one in the juvenile division is Snapdragon, a bay colt by Pita Herbert Mistress lVun. for which Mr. Miller paid 66.666 at tie- Mackay sale at Saratoga last August. Following are the other two-year-olds: Crepe de Chew — ch. f. by Textile — Submarine. Killarney — 15. f. by King Junes — Hose Irim. M.ilvolio — Ch. c. by Superman — Basia. Recount — I?, e, by Itallot — Censure. The Brewer — B. ■. by Col. Ruppert — 1seful. The Spinner Ch. c. by Textile — Miss Hudson. lunamed — Brown filly, by The Commoner — Hawk-si ra. The other tliree -year-olds are: Battle Abbey — !!;•. c. by Hastings — Busy Lass. Mother Xachree — B. f, by McGei — Lady Quex. Tmn Hall— 15. c. by 15allot— Duval. The first of the arrivals from New Orleans has reached the Down-.. Among the slables to get in are those of F. E. Drown. Ceo. Arvin and .1. !•. Schorr. The Browa band consists of Margaret N.. Bell Cow. Amazon, aud Bullion, the latter the property of Jefferson Livingston. The Schorr consignment comprised ,1. J. Murdock. and one two-year-old. Charlie Hughes, business agent for the Deiei mj Ch Stable has returned from his trip to New Orleans, whence lie went in quest of a rider for the table. He succeeded in securing Willie Doyle from Frank lrisbie. The boy will report to trainer Ziegler at the Downs without delay.