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H-OUISVILLE TURF NOTES f $ • James P. Edwards. Louisville attorney, who conducts a thoroughbred breeding farm near this city, has some young horses of his own breeding ready for racing under his colors here. The youngsters have been in training at the Downs all spring In charge of John W. Engleman and include Faraway, brown colt, two, by Midway — Swift Sure, Yargie, chestnut colt, two, by Towton Field — Thistle Etta; Go Away, chestnut filly, two, by Midway— Cousin Martha, and Helen E. brown filly, two, by Yield Not — Southern League. The mare Frances H, owned by L. G. Theisen, has foaled a fine-looking filly, by Sobliski. at J. Thomas Powell Place farm. George Brooks reports that Edward Cebrians good brood mare Prim I.ady has fcaled a bay colt, by Playfellow at Keene-land Stud. The mare will be bred to Whisk Broom II. Jockey T. Maguirer. who rode his first winning race on Royal Sweep, Saturday, is a native of Louisville and a brother of jockey F. Maguire. The youngster started riding at Miami last winter, and Saturdays race was his fifteenth mount. He is under contract to Jas. McGee. W. J. Marlman arrived from Lexington with the small stable he is handling for various owners. Polk Laffoon today obtained first call oil the riding services of jockey L Pichon. J. O. Keene today announced that his Kteneland Stud Farm Stable will be shipped to Washington Park at Homewood, 111. following the meeting here and later transferred to Raceland for the summer meeting at that track. Scratch time Derby Day will again be 7 a. in., which has been the custom here for several years. The horses General Haldeman and Padona, involved in litigation as to their ownership, will remain at Lexington in charge of J. F. Stevens, pending outcome of the suit. Leonard Hale, an apprentice, who had his first mount astride Cloud Idolizer in the third race, is highly regarded by trainer ML Shields of the Penthorn Stable, which has a contract on the youngster. The boy is a native of Tennessee, and is 18 years old. Stakes to be renewed during the coming meeting at Raceland, closed today with a generous subscription from among the horsemen here. H. Neustetter, who will transfer his stable to Toronto following the meeting here, will also take to the Dominion three horses for J. C Milam and a like number for C. H. Knebelkamp. Neustetter has two apprentice riders — Leo. Woodstock and L. Feeney. They will go along with the stable. Trainer K. Spence has decided to give the Audley Farm Stables three-year-old Creek Indian another chance before declaring the colt out of the Kentucky Derby. Creek Indian is scheduled to start Wednesday and if he races well will have a place in the Derby field. Jockey Lawrence Lyke, who has been out of the saddle for several years, has been granted a license to ride in Kentucky. Judge T. C. Bradley was taken ill while on a visit to his home at Lexington. Sunday, and had to absent himself from the stand today.