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CARLARIS WILL NOT START J His Owner, W. T. Anderson, Offi- E. cially Declares Colt Out of Derby. » Mont fort and 11. It. Jones* Promising Two- Vear-Olds, Including Colt loal from g Oieal Mare. Miss Joy. * DOULSVILT.K. Ky.. April 21. The official announcement made to the Kentucky Jockey Club this morning by W. T. Anderson, owner of the wonder horse, Carlaris, that the latter would not be a starter in the Kentucky Derby leaves W. R. Coes lompey the unrivalled favorite in the future books for the " big event. Mr. Anderson said, "I would ra- m ther win the Kentucky Derby than any race r the in America and am deeply grieved that the colts injury will prevent him from starting. "I examined his injured leg with Dr. Henry Martklll this morning and, while it shows b be some improvement, both Dr. Harthill and si myself deemed it advisable to declare him vi out of the Derby.- c; Derby trials at the local courses were only ta ™ over short distances in preparation for more ambitious workouts tomorrow. Rhinock, with ■ Raymond Hayden up, and Royal Omar, with lr Roy Fates up. were sent a half mile in the st fractional time of :23%. three-eights in :36, * and the half in :50, which was considered a tr good move. Harry Cray on Recollection tr to galloped the colt three-eights in :?,7. T.. A. ■* Connor sent the G. l-rank Croissant Derby J colt Roycrofter a half in :T.O. "j The Harned Brothers horses will be moved] *J from Douglas Park to the Downs where theyi|J will be placed in barn No. 1. W. C. Wcant reports the birth of a bay-filly to I.etsinda. a mare by Rockton. which " belongs to Mrs. McFadden of the state of . Oregon. The filly was sired by Citron. Roth! the dam and the foal are doing nicely. This! is the first foal for Betsinda. which is ul., j young mare, and has brilliant future pros- , pects in the stud. r Kay Spence will have his hands full with . getting his colt Drone ready for his Derby -f if engagement and preparing the other twenty- ,-. seven head of thoroughbreds in ins charge , for spring racing. The horses that he recently brought bark , with him from the farm of Messrs. Mont- t to Continued on sixteenth page CARURIS WILL NOT START Continued from first pact fort and 15. B. Jones at Berryville, Va., were made up of New Cold, a four-year-old. and sixteen two year-olds, which are named and bred as follows: NfTcrmorf. brown colt, by High Time ltosana. Mr Pet. t.MT filly. t y St. Homy Futurist. Tolly Sue. bay filly, by High Time — Sadie McC.ee. War News, chestnut filly, by St. Henry War Tidin; s. Marlboro, chestnut gelding, by S Barton Pally-moo ney. Sunday Clothe*, baj gelding, by Sir Rarton Madrut Jinghnm. Clrar Skies, bay colt, by Sir Barton Herd Cirl. Creek Indian. ebestant colt, by Sir Barton Kilumt. Senator Fiddler, bay colt, by Orniondale S reecher. • "rottnn. chestnut olt. by Sir Rarton Roster ;irl. Joy of Ijfr. bay coll. by Sir Rarton Miss Joy. Fair One. chestnut filly, by Sir Rarton Phantom Fai. Oh Cirl. bay filly, by Ormondale Our Filly. Little Borah, chestnut filly, by Friar Kock Destruction. Wood Violet, chestnut filly, by Sir Rarton Wood M tm j»h. The Miss Joy colt resembles his dam in many respects and if he is one half as fast ■• she was he will rum more than his salt this year. He is ntered in the Bashford Manor and other juvenile stakes on the Kentucky track this spring. Spence reports the birth of a filly to D. B. 1 /esters fast race mare Chocho, which was bred to Sir Barton. Miss Joy gave birth to a bay filly by Ormondale at the farm. Forty-one mares foaled this spring at the Jones Brothers Virginia Farm and there were forty-two foals dropped. Phantom Fair contributing more than her share by foaling twin fillies, bay in color. Spence says that they are perfect in conformation and that both were thriving and lusty when he left for Kentucky. + .