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BELMONT PARK NOTES T $ s NEW YORK, N. Y., May 21. Max Hirsch, James Fitzsimmons and Bob Smith returned from Kentucky, where they saddled starters in the Kentucky Derby. John E. Madden made his first appearance of the season, arriving from Louisville. J. McTague shipped Ominous, Be Still and several others to Fairmount Park, St. Louis. Jockey J. J. McTague went along with the stable. Herade, which fell in the final race Saturday, ran away several miles before he was captured. He suffered many skin bruises and scratches, which will keep him from the races for some time. At private terms this morning H. Mc-Daniel, acting for G. A. Cochran, sold to Mrs. William Knapp the two-year-old Count Palatine. Junie, a three-year-old filly in the stable of Miss D. Babin, died at Aqueduct yesterday from pneumonia. Victorian came out of the Withers Stakes in fine condition, according to trainer J. Rowe, Sr. Baby Oar was badly cut in her last race and will not race again for some time. Dr. J. M. Adair was called to administer to J. E. Davis steeplechaser, Storm King, which ruptured an artery in his hind leg when he fell. The horse bled profusely before the flow of blood was stopped. He will be on the shelf for a week.