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f LEXINGTON TURF NOTES 1 $— 9 LEXINtlTON, Ky„ May 9. John O. Whitlow left for New York with ten horses, the property of Thomas YV. OBrien. In the car were five the property of John K. Madden. Harry Hart will leave here Tuesday ninrn-itif? for Windsor with the SwinKalong Stable. Attention is called to the closing; of the stakes Monday for the Itaceland summer meeting; of twenty-lne days, which is to open July 9. Joseph E. Widener is at Elmendorf Farm. He will not k Boat until after the running of the Kentucky Derby next Saturday. Adolphe Pons is expected lure fii.m N. w York tonight to remain in Kentucky until after the Derby. Many easterners will be here this week to inspect their horses in advance of the Derby. Raymond I ule today stated that the Apa Kahn had declined the offer of 5,000 made by an American for Salmon Trout. Cirl Scout and Mix Up have been bred to Ormondale at Crystal Spring Farm and will be sent over to Louisville in a day or two to rejoin C. E. IHirnells stable and continuo their racing.