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PLENTY OF HORSES FOR NEW ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS. La.. October 0. Judging from the number of applications for stable room at both the local courses there will be plenty of horses available for the winter meetings at Jefferson Park and the Fair Grounds. John Carey, who will be the paddock judge at both tracks and who is attending to the placing of horses at Jefferson Park, already has reserved nearly all the stalls at Jefferson. He has promised accommodations to the following horsemen: Pat Dunne. 12; W. H. Fizer, 10; J. Tigue, 0; W. Perkins. 12; John Randolph, 4; Williams Bros.. 20; W. M. Cain, 0; J. B. Goodman, 0; E. T. Colton. 10; John Paul, 10; W. O. Weant, 15; W. J. Staufield, r; J. Dale. 5; E. B. Chapman, i; D. Shaw, 5; Tom Shannon. 10. and Jack Thornby, 8. A. H. Spreckels, California millionaire, who brought a score of yearlings here last year and raced them at the Fair Grounds, has written for twenty-five stalls at the Fair Grounds for another band of youngsters.. B. A. Jones of Missouri, another two-year-old specialist, has asked for fifteen stalls at the Fair Grounds.