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■ m j r ! I I | I j | I , I I . 1 ■ j j . i . | , . . I . - I . ■ CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF The five-year-old Luglish-brcd horse Liberty Light, b.v Llangwin — Purple Light, died recently at Havana. He was the property of Albert Kohihach. who turned him over to J. W. Pangle to train. H. Altermaii has bought Tufter, the brown sjx-t year-old French bred gelding, b.v Maclonahl II Kose Pompon III., from K. I.. Kresler. Tufter ami two recently bought two -year -olds will be turned over to Finest Sictas to train at tJraveseud. There is | black half-sister to Tryster. by All did Tiysi. to come to the races this year fiom the H. P. Whitney stable. Tryst, which never raced, is dead. She was barren last year and died at the Whitney farm in Kentucky iast Sep- tember. Writing from Kingbamton. N. Y.. trainer William M.-Daniel. in charge of the W. S. Kilmer horses. states that his charges are wintering except ioiinlly well. particularly the redoubtable Kxterminator. which he thinks is again destined for a highly suc- cessful racing season. The Macoinber horses for training coming from France as well as some eight or nine coming from California, are to go into the hands of Fred Kutlew at Kelmont Park. Kurlew is nlso the regular trainer for J. II. Reaeeter, and will have his hands and barns full. Ketting at the London clubs on the Lpsoiu Darky of 1121 has opened. Monarch and Leigktea are the favorites at 100 lo S. Hranelv. who was the work superior of Pharmacic is at « to 1. Then follow Humorist and Thunderer — the Joel Batr— Polemanh ami Alan Brack. t harles Lienart. owner of the champion French jumper Coq Haiilois. led the winning cross -country owners of France of 1!»20 with thirty-five ra.es and 21,270. Then came Due Decazes with twenty- six races and .s70.4." 2: c. Kauucci. nineteen race* and $." 2.13b: Jean Cart, twenty-five races ami 0.r.44; J. Boussac. eighteen races and i.,lt0j, and II. Coulon, nine races and 0,720.