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MORE HAVANA ARRIVALS -4 Consignment from Dade Park Safely Reaches Oriental Park. EloTcn Horses From B. A. Jones Missouri Farm Unloaded at Marianao Course Big Increase In Riding Colony. HAVANA, Cuba, November 27. Three carloads of horses from Dade Park race track have reached Oriental Park after a fast trip. The cars were attached to a fast passenger train and made the run without incident. The horses all arrived in splendid condition and were unloaded without any untoward incident The shipment comprised the stables of W. F. Knebelkamp, L. V. Bel-lew, J. L. Paul, O. A. Bianchi, H. Davis, J. Price, J. J. Quinlan, T. Crisson, Otto Rice, J. J. Russell, H. Eastman and W. Higgin-botham. Another consignment from Dade Park carrying the horses of Edward Ce-brian, John Lowe, H. C. Spargur and Lee Madison also arrived later. The Cebrian-Lowe consignment included eighteen horses. On the same ferry that brought the horses from Dade Park from Key West was a carload of horses from Marlboro. This shipment was delayed somewhat by the washing out of a bridge south of Jacksonville, Fla. All of the horses in this consignment reached hero in good condition. The owners represented in the shipment with the number of their horses were : W. R. Padgett, 5 ; W. Metzger, 3; N. K. Moody, 2 ; B. H. Held, 2; C. Dakin, 1 ; Willie Daly, 1, and J. Killeen, 1. The horses that Padgett brought were Glen G., Prospector, Tom Norris, Old Pop and Horeb. B. H. Held brought Le Bleuet and Spice Bush, both five-year-olds. Another important shipment was unloaded when eleven horses belonging to B. A. Jones, the Missouri breeder, arrived from the Jones farm, near Parnell, Mo. The number included six yearlings and five other horses. The latter were Mary Reigel, Bond, End Man, Lorena Marcellia and Mark Denunzio. The yearlings, all the product of the Jones farm, were: Seths Dream, ch. f, by Seth Cutaneous. Clever Seth, b. c, by Seth Pickanniny. Seths Memory, ch. f, by Seth Minnolctte. Tis Seth, ch. c, by Seth Tizi Loi. Randalls Royal, ch. c, by Opera Glass Ferrona. Miriam Wood, b. f, by Opera Glass Fledgling. Lorena Marcellia has the best record of the older horses in the Jones list. She is a two-year-old filly by Seth Cutaneous and won four races after January 1. Her best race was in the Cuba Juvenile Stakes, in which she finished second to True Flyer. Among the stables arriving recently from Pimlico was that of the Kentmere Farms, comprising the horses Prudential, Grey Bonnet, Bounce and Midday. They will be trained by H. J. Kennedy. The three-year-old filly Lady Astor, which finished second to Rebuke in the last running of the Cuban Derby, was not included in the Knebelkamp stables shipment from Dade Park. Her owner decided at the last moment to send her to Churchill Downs to be rested up until next spring. J. Chambers brought only two horses in Continued on eighth page. MORE HAVANA ARRIVALS Continued from first page. the car that recently arrived from Pimlico. j These were Diversity, a three-year-old filly, and Armedee, a two-year-old gelding O. Yzquierdo, the Cuban sportsman, who raced in Maryland this fall, also returned with two horses, both two-year-olds. They J are Quaint and Cisqua, the latter being a good looking filly by His Majesty. The veteran jockey W. Obert, who rode at Oriental Park in the past, is a recent arrival from the North and has been engaged to ride for the stable that Frank Bray is training. Obert has been in the saddle a good many years and manages to keep down to around 100 pounds. Jockey G. Walls, another experienced rider, is also here and will accept mounts after the meeting opens. In all probability he will be engaged to ride for J. J. McCafferty. The horses Haran and Prince Berrill, owned by E. C. Griffith, and which were turned out at Guayabal Ranch last spring, have been transferred to Oriental Park to be placed in training. Kentmere, another one that summered on the island, is also back at the local track and is now a member of the stable that H. J. Kennedy is training. Trainer Dee Hammond has taken up the horses Clark M. and Scintillate for G. Holmes. Both horses summered in good condition, notably Clark M., which is now in his twelfth year and looks as good as ever. This old campaigner won a race toward the close of the last Oriental Park meeting and gives promise of winning several more before his long racing career is terminated. Harry Welter, chief assistant to starter James Milton, arrived yesterday from Baltimore and announced that his chief would be here in the course of a few days. Buck Nail, the ten-year-old gelding by Leonid Bessie Rembert, which L. F. OLeary has campaigned many winters, is back at the local track and going along well in his work. The other horses in the OLeary barn are Scarpia H., an eight-year-old, and Jack Hill, now in his seventh year. Among recently arrived horsemen were Frank Bray, whose stable of fifteen horses had preceded him here several weeks. Mr. Bray was quite successful at the local track last year, his chief winner being with Mr. Thomas Monahans Rebuke, which won the Cuban Derby. Quite a large number of jockeys have arrived within the past few days, among the number being R. McDermott, under contract to J. E. Madden, and who has been engaged to ride here for W. F. Knebelkamp until February 1, when he will depart for Churchill Downs to assist in training Mr. Maddens large band of coming two-year-olds at that course. Willie Taylor, who led the winning riders at the recent Dufferin Park meeting, is another recent arrival. He will ride here for the stable of E. E. Major. C. Taylor, familiarly known as "Circus" Taylor, is another newcomer. He is under contract to ride for Harry Herdel. A. Pickens and E. Ambrose, two riding veterans, are also included in recent arrivals. Pickens has ridden at Oriental Park the past five years and is a favorite with Cuban race-ogers. Ambrose will make his debut in the saddle in Cuba at this meeting. He will ride for Lee Madison, trainer for the Seagram stable.