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FAST WORK AT LEXINGTON TRACK G. J. Long and L. Tauter Horses Get In from Louis-ville Judgo Ed Jasper Among Late Arrivals. LEXINGTON, Ky., September 9. The number of horses galloping over the Kentucky Jockey Club course this morning was the largest of the season, and -the -time was generally faster, but there was nothing that stood out as particularly brilliant. The best at one mile was Serbians 1:42, which is 4 seconds lower than the record. The next best moves at one mile were: -Sans Peur II., 1:43; Wadswortlis Last, 1:44; Harvest King, 1:41; W. P. Dabny, 1:44; Silent Bid and AVaterford, 1:44. Fluzeys 1:27 was the best at seven-eighths. Kiku worked in 1:15, the fastest for three-quarters, while By Heck did it in 1:15, Ltidy Fair Play, 1:15; Binding Tie and Blushing Beauty, 1:15, and Kentucky Boy, 1:10. Clintonville worked five-eighths in 1:00, Zuleika in 1:01, Angon, 1:01; Riddle and Sweep . Jr., 1:02; Marjorie Hynes, 1:02. Precious moved a half in 4S, Hopover in 48, Trooper. IS ; Horace Lerch, Pyx and Truant, 49. Louis Taubcr arrived today from Iuisville with Luke Dillon, Lukes Pet, Jim Hastings, Milda and Napthalius, belonging to John AAr. Schorr. H. Perkins came from Louisville wtli Troiius, AAestwood, Repeater, George Starr and AVise Man. Pete Coyne came last night with George J. Longs horses Wickford, Constantino, Ocean Sweep, Orlova, Nordeck, Roy.den, Pizarro and Lancelot. Ed Jasper, one of the placing judges and handi-cappers for the Kentucky meetings, arrived today from Cincinnati. Larry . Bogenscliutze cpie over from :Latonia to get a line on the number of liorses to be stabled at that track.