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KENTUCKY TURF NOTES . _ . KJ LOUISVILLE, Ky.. March 31. Col. Matt J. Winn has returned from Chicago, where he went to supervise the improvements being made at the Lincoln Fields track. He reported that the work is progressing in a satisfactory manner. Former jockey Harry Saladin. now assistant trainer in the stable of Clyde Van Dusen, arrived from New Orleans and reported that Van Dusen had shipped a carload of the: stables horses to Churchill Downs. Another carload will be sent to Lexington after the Jefferson Park meeting. Pete Stire. employed in the stable of C. H. Hughes, is nursing a badly lacerated finger. He was bitten Tuesday morning by Profiteer, a member of the stable that Hughes is training. W. "Mickey" Harris has been busily en- | gaged schooling the two-year-olds to the i harrier. Consignments from the stables of J. E. Madden. J. E. Widener, J. N. Camden and H. T. Archibald were given lessons in barrier deportment.