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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF It is stated that the American jockey G.. Archibald will ride for P. Gilpins English stable next year. The English turfman J. B. Joel has in times past bred two Derby winners, two St. Leger winners, two winner of the Two Thousand Guineas and four of the Oaks. The Great French racing stable of A. Eknayan, which steadily wins many races, is owned by an Armenian multi-millionaire who amassed great riches daring the great war. Another race track in the south of England is to be made ready for next year. It is to be at Roch-ford, near Southend, in the southern seaside resort district, on 200 acres of land and is to cost 50,000. John Brennan is a mighty busy man at Pimlico these days arranging to accommodate the great number of racers that are being shipped to the famous old Hill Top course from all sections of the country. The cream of thoroughbreds in both the two-year-old and all aged divisions are being sent to the Maryland Jockey Clubs course from Xew York, Kentucky, Canada and Laurel.