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— , v CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Sun Briar, with W. Knupp iu the saddle, was vent a mile and an eighth in 1:54% at Churchill p.. us Pall ■ J going the i|iiarter in 24. half in 4-.-.. fi-..- eighths in 1:01--. three quarters in 1:14 an! mil • ill I. HI... He pulled up sound and cooled out well. War Cloud. A. K. Mucoui1m;s Devl.y candidate, v. is -ent « mile and a aaaartc* Halaadiij at Churehill I»..!i in 2:l."l. the fracti, nal tune Irf-ing 25. 51. 1:1s-.. 1:45, 2:13. Trainer Jennings was immensely pleased with the coifs an forma in-*1 and regards him as a sure winner of the l,ig race nct Saturday. J. Iaimsden has added a couple of promising Jiiiii|m is to his string iu Sea I.r.l. which he pnr-rkaaed f J. W. Smyth of Montreal, and the Irish steeplechaser Kingstown Pier, which he secured p.. in E. D. Morgan. r. iicsciitnlive of the Irish Bteadttaw* Agency. Kingstown Pier is at Belmont Park and will U- turne.l oer to trailer Jack Iticii-ar.!s..n on the latter.s arrival at the I.ng Island tr.uk. James W. Guest dieil at Stanford, Ky.. May 1. at the .■• lv.iiic.-il : ge of s:t vear-. Iu the early day- .f CkseaaM racing, he was a familiar figure in OMcasje i ice tracks. Isiiig pnuniiieiir as an owier sad bwidar. He araa the mmmtw of a highly succ.ss;ul stalli..n in Harry tlFallon. a son of Austral, iu Suiiiiv South. Tin" latter was said to Ih- tie- aadr Waal BtrsV atci,, r mare evci- hroiiglit to tli-s -ouutry. Among her other produce av.-is the ajaaad ran hatac ft—il i t the u-st near ever ■aaaed l.y Mr. Cinst was tin- high class hois.- Terra Colta. wiii.l. i li for a big sum to the late Ceerge llauliiiis. for whom lie ran second to Plk- v I and Karvtaad in the Suinirhan Handicaps of isss ami lss .