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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Midwav worked two miles in 3:43 at Churchill Downs yesterday morning in preparation for his engagement in the Louisville Cup, to be run Saturday. Clarence Buxton has shipped three of the M. Kornblum racers to New Orleans, where they will be prepared for the winter meetings at Jefferson Park and the Fair Grounds. The Panther disgraced himself again in a recent English race and the English critics declare that the great colt is hopeless of disposition and shows an intense dislike for racing. Robert S. Sievier in the London Winning Post in Commenting ou present day racing writes: "Jockey-ship lias now touched a point when certain riders require horses bred to their style." Walter Miller, who was several seasons a leading Jockey in this country and afterward rode in Australia, is now in France as a professional billiard player and recently made a match at the threc-cuslilon game with Cure, the French champion. After the conclusion of the Pimlico meeting R. L. Bresler will ship several of his horses to Havana to race during the winter. The veteran Jock Scot will not go to Cuba, but will be wintered at Gravesend with a number of the Bresler yearlings. Round Robin, a son of Olambala nnd Mauviette, is the star two-year-old of R. T. Wilsons stable nnd u youngster of high promise. He is to bear the silks of the president of the Saratoga Association in the S5.000 Walden Stakes, and he is also in the Serial WeJght-for-Agc races, races of three-quarters, a mile and mile and an eighth that will be attractive features of the Pimlico uieetiac.