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OLD ROSEBUD SHOWS SPEED NOTED KENTUCKY DERBY WINNER WORKS A FAST THREE-EIGKTHS IN EASY STYLE. Korscs Pouring into Hot Springs for the Near by Meeting — Track I~, Good an l Fast Despite a Light Rainfall. Hot Springs. Ark., February 27. — Cold :i:ul . lup weather did imt retard training operations at 1.1K l.-iwn Park Ihis morning Bad there were i:iorc borne* ■wUtg m the coarse than in ■ 1MB wliile. The going was fast during tin- early hours and a drizzling lain had little effect aa it. Baaae good moves were reported. One of the baal was by old Boat ■hmi. H. c. ftpplrgattPs Kentucky Derby wiaaer at 1014. which worked throe-eighths in .SO. The bsrse ran tlie first eighth in 11. and tlie qaarter in 231.. He polled up in g 1 condition and is standing his training well. Keren earlaada ii boraea arrhred from New Orleans today on a special horse train, and racing secretary lack Campbell again had his l:.inds full in trying to give tkeai all stabling accoaaaaodatioaa. as lnaiiy of them c.imc alter they had been advised by wire that then- was mi ream lor their aaraea. The new stalls being buiit. to the number of fifty, will be completed by tomorrow and this will make a total of almost 700 stalls within the grounds. Among those that arvivd today were the horses of W. II. Backacr, aahteacik and Williams. ;. L. Bavea-ixirt. Hurry Shaniion. W. Caywood. H. .1. Sargeant. I. Martin! C. B. Marlinan. .1. L. Bryan. G. V. I.arnes. C. It. Anderson. .1. O. and G. II. Keene, J. A. Gtanoa, Werthiagtoa and lira i. . F. Holland, K. Pitt, J. Y. Korman. T. F. Bornman. W, J. Foley. .1. M. Learitt, M. Brown. H. Keaafceter, W. A. Walsh and ;. Knebeikamp. Q. T. Patterson, trainer for the Johnson and Hillings stable, was among the days arrivals from the Crescent city, as was "Whltey" Beck. Tom I Shaw will get in tomorrow. The jockey.- agent, appointed by the racing association to make mounts for the riders, as was done at New Orleans, will open his office Saturday. He will begin on the mounts far the races for the first six days.