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TURF HAPPENINGS AT LEXINGTON. Harry MorrisL,cy Loaves for Hot Spring to Do the Starting at Essex Park. Lexington, K; . March. 22. — Harry Morrissey, who is to do the starting at the- Ksse-x Park me -ting left here- this alt-iaoon for Hot Springs. Trainer Jerry Carroll has arranged to stand the three -yenr-old English stallion Polymelian, by Paly-mollis — Paaauita by Sundridge, property of W. B. de. at Marrinseys Ki mplanel Farm anil will send him here from Hot Springs in the first horse car leaving there. Along with Iolymelian will name .!.--ei,,P.i to be i.iati-d with him. Mr. Cee wants to brec-ei i-dymeli.ui to eight mare-s without fee and take an optioa em the foals at weaning time, after one season Polymelian is to be trained. this was a fine day. but after the rain of Ties-day night the main Coarse at the Kentucky As oris tion grounds was not available tor training par-poses. However, many harms were out for slow gallops em tin- sand track. Martin Doyle was over from Paris to see the-harass Bob Frake ■ i training for him. DiUard Hill, who has a string of horses at a half mile track near the city, was also among the visitors. Ji ! ■ O. Whitlow today sold to .lames ONeill the two-year-Old bay colt by Orison — Divide nil. dam of Shepherdess and White Crown. K. L. Baker returned to Lexington today after -ponding three months at New Orleans and Hot Springs. Chairmen J. N. Camden of the Kentucky St.ie-P win;; Commission, was too ill today to leave for New York.