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MADDEN HORSES ARRIVE AT BELMONT. Thirty-One Two -Year -Olds in String Trainer Walker Has Stabled at the Long Island Course. Now York. May •_ . Chuck Walker, trainer of John B. Maddena tonal laid, string of thorough -breda from HaMbarg Place, lias arrived al It-Im at Park, when- the Maddea hsrata will be quartered during the raciag on Long Island. Mr. Madden has no less than thirty-five ia his haul. This year Mr. Maddea is re pie sealed by two four-yi -.r-oids. ;iiiics and Rendrte; two three-year olds, Milkman ami Defense, an I thirty MM two-year-olds, twewty-twe of which are fillies. Most of these colts and filliea are by Mr. Middens owa sires, Star Sheet, OgeVa aad Plaudit. In act, few, if any of thlM are tic- gel of outside sires, am! they arc the produce of HaMbtUg Place marcs. fhey wire givea loir winter and spriag trainiag at Louisville. Trainer Walker is ,,f the opinion that Ihe sandy -oil of the Louisville tracks is much better for winter trakalag than tl". day at 1.x-iagton. Although he se.-son has been CI Id enough, even al Louisville, ii has not interfered seriously with the work of the horses quartered there, for the reaaoa tii.it iiit rarely was the track in such condition as lo be unlit for outdoor work. Of course, the Ma-romber lasses, which were wintered al Chartestoa, ami Charles Patteraona string, arhttered in New Orleans ami Arkansas, are more forward han any which speal lie winter farther nortli. but 1 isvillc Las famished desirable arbiter quartera for the many strings whk-h have beea there siace the close of the s.mso.i of 1»16. Gillies, 11 lairie. MUkaaaa and Defenae have wia-tered well ami bow constitute an attractive looking quarl tt -. Thej shoaM make their presence foil in the Matured divkdoa dariag the sea-. r imit. Tt . big string of two-year-olds, takea as a whole. ,i,, aol average itber as huge or as heavy as did the two ] .ir old contiageal which Mr. Maddea brought to Itebnonl Park last year, bat this may be in pari accounted for by Ihe fact ih.it an unusually large prouoiiieii of this years batch of youngsters arc fillies, which are invariably lighter relatively thaa rolts at this seasoa of the year. Even at that, no faall will be round with a Majority of the HaMbarg Place Tillies, which are ex-It1 eted i. mil... their initial appearance under silks during the season now opening. They arc bcaatif ally finished, admirably balanced and ia all respects racj and tdoodtike.