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HAVRE DE GRACE NOTES T * » HAVRE DE GRACE, Md.. April 26. At the conclusion of the Havre de Grace meeting nine carloads of horses will leave here for Toronto. Among those who will ship to Thorncliffe Park are: C. Bild, B. E. Chapman. J. H. Shea, Frank Hayes and A. E. Alexandra. Among the stables which were loaded and shipped to Jamaica yesterday were the horses trained by J. P. Smith and Tommy Queen. S. N. Holman was advised by the manager of his Pals Meadow Farm in Kentucky that H. A. Allhouses Balance Sheet had foaled a fine-looking bay filly by Best Pal. Mr. Allhouse is a well-known Cleveland capitalist who is much interested in the breeding end of the sport. J. B. Campbell, who will act as racing secretary at the Fairmount Park track, will be at Woodbine Park this spring. He will also act as secretary at Fort Erie. Joseph McLennan will officiate at the other Canadian Racing Association tracks in Canada. Gnome Second, which is carded as a starter in the sixth race Tuesday, was taken suddenly ill and was an absentee from that event. The Rosedale Stable is shipping the two-year-old filly Henrietta Wildair from Pimlico to Jamaica. Jockey M. Edwards will leave for New York Monday and will ride her in her engagement there. Three horses changed hands via the claiming route in the seventh race Saturday. P. L Cieeri took First Edition for ,750; J. Garner, Fleetwood, for 32,000 and A. Burgess got Duckling for ,000. A notice was posted in the secretarys office warning owners and trainers not to harbor jockey Whitaker, who left the employ of W. J. Potter, who holds a contract on the lad. Delhi Boy was claimed in the third race by Mrs. W. E. Martin for ,000. Edward Seagram was among the visitors. He will remain for the remainder of the meeting. Secretary Joseph Mclennan wishes to correct the report sent out that he had been engaged to officiate at several of the Canadian tracks. He said he had not as yet arrived at any agreement with any of the Canadian associations.