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KING AGRIPPA ABOUT READY TO RACE l. N. v.- lark, June 13.— II. U. A. West, the retired ,i British army officer, who sold the three year-old ,1 King Vgripiu. a son of lt»i llerode Chaperon to th- Triple springs Farm Stable for *«. «* » on Monday, i- tie- matt v»le. I trough! over from Ireland I last year and Die year Im f ore the Hamilton Derby winter laaa n ss ii., atoa Kaaaator Toi. Mancha nil a uumlx-r of ih -r horses that have made their marks on i-iis side. King Agrippa is a thick-sot rolt of abundant • 1 i.tth and high s|M-ed. He trained capitally at i riitKlio in the arly spring for the Ireakness. but an nttack of sickness prevented hi-- starting, lie ,. i. Bow cuiiiph icly recover, d and alxnit rea l.v to ,, race. Mr. West lost a fencer of the first class, a win i iier at various distances in Ireland and Great Britain, when Chaucey Fellow broke his neck after r a collision witii Btt in a steeplechase at rimlico. .