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I • i CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF S. C. Hildreth has entered Inchcape and Crcy Lag in the Keiituckv Derby and may send them to i Hot Springs for early training. I Thomas M. Murphy, well-known breeder, xvhose establishment is located just outside of Louisville. Ky.. is a x isitor at New Orleans, ftoldka Maxim j is at the head of Murphys stud and. according to • his owner, his services are much in demand for [ the caaaiag season. Murphy says t h.-t , he has a good-looking band of youngsters at his farm now and he predicts a big boom in the yearling market this ; year. Ihat David Craig is one of the most lugged horses of the present time was demonstrated xvlien he wiiii a race at one and oiie-sixteeiilh mile al the Fair Crounds recently after a season of hard irain- ing for the 3«Kl-mile army remount test, during ! which he fell lame and met with other mishaps, ihe old fellow shows no ill effects of ids bard grind noxx and may have a year or two more of good racing left in him. St. Isidore, the eight -year -old son of Isidor : — Onaga. seems to thrive on racing. as he , won three races in six days, all over a eonsiderablo ; route of ground and in lather fast tune. He also detiiousi rated thai he can hold his oxvn with good class sprinters, hut he prefer* a distance of a mile or a trifle farther. Once he gets to the front he is a hard horse to catch and is game to the ; cole. Ilurihus. which trainer Tom Shannon is preparing lor tin- Kentucky Derby and other stakes ue.xt spiing and summer, was 11..1 brought over to the Fair Crounds. but instead xxas left at Jefferson Hark with ■everal of the T W. OBrien two-year-eha*, which aha* are being raaerved for later racing. Shannon has letter opportunities to work with Hlurihus at the Shrowshury track, as it is not croxxded xvith horses like the Kair Crounds during training hours ami he can arrange his own solo dole of picparing him there. The Hlux ions -Sylvila colt is coming along finely and looks bct-I tc.- than ever before.