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STALLS RESERVED FOR SCHORR HORSES Stable Expected to Reach New Orleans Next Week Donald Macdonald to Race Again. Louisville, Ky., December 13. Louis T.-iuber, in rharge of the racing establishment of John W. Schorr, is awaiting more favorable weather before completing arrangements for the transfer of the horses in his charge to New Orleans. Owner .Schorr s anxious to have the horses shipped just as early as possible, but Tauber insists upon waiting until the present severe weather has entirely subsided. He says that stalls have been reserved at the Fair Grounds track, and that iu all likelihood the horses will be iu the Crescent City early next week. Those that Tauber intends taking with him are Harrv Kelly, Butterscotch IL, Jay Bird, Jas. T. Clark, lima Schorr. Frank Burke and Nib. The remainder of the stable, including Cathedral, Cal Crlm, Fine-hum t and a yearling, will 1 left at Douglas Park. Jay Bird and Jas. T. Clark v.ill 1 the stables chief eligible to the Kentucky Derby and their training for the event will W. undertaken nt. the southern tracks. Hurry Kelly lias entirely recovered from an operation on his neck and will be put into active training a soon us he reaches the Crescent City track. After a retirement of several years, during which time he was chiefly occupied pulling a buggy in Louisville, the veteran racer Donald Macdonald is to be nut back into training, it being the belief of hit owner that the oneo good racer is capable of winning a few more purses. He has been turned over to Dick Williams, who has shipped the horse to Havana, when he will join the stable being trained by Fete Williams. Donald Macdonald is eleven years old. He is by Sombrero Berriedale. and during his career won many stakes and purses. Ho was formerly owned by Mr. Williams, who won with him in the summer of 1013 no less than twenty-two races, including ten selling handicaps, and two stakes. Donald Macdonald finished second to Old Rosebud in tin; list of winning horses for that year with 6,050 to his credit.