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1 HAVRE DE GRACE NOTES $ ! S Hows Chances, in a workout on Monday, covered six furlongs in 1:15. Jimmy Lynch, by riding three winners Saturday, brought his total to six and became one up on Maurice Peters and Johnny Bejshak in the race for the Ed Burke 00 gold stop-watch offered to the meetings leading rider. There are fifteen horses on the schooling list with the adding of Wise Duke and Black Mistress. Jack Fryce, former trainer for Walter J. Salmon, now affiliated with W. S. Kilmer, was a visitor. T. J. Healey, head trainer for C. V. Whitney, flew Saturday to visit his wife at Miami, Fla. On the way back Monday his plane was forced down in North Carolina and he made the remainder of the trip by train, arriving in time to work his horses. Bob Smith, trainer of the Brookmeade Stable, who was due Monday to discuss a contract with jockey Johnny Gilbert wired that he wont be on hand until Wednesday. Smith plans to start at least two of his charges in the ,500 Aberdeen, biggest two-year-old race of the meeting. Shelby Burch moved a division of the string he has been training at Benning over here Monday. Harold B ester, general manager at Hag-erstown, says the demand for stalls far exceeds the supply. The Hub Citys ten-day session opens May 21. General manager Al Boyle wired from Charles Town, W. Va., that the thirty-two day meeting which opens May 29 has attracted more than fifty Maryland-owned stables. According to information received here, Discovery, owned by Alfred G. Vanderbilt will not be seen under colors until the meeting at Belmont Park. Discovery was wintered jtt his. owners farm in the Wor thing-ton Valley. According to the present plans of Thomas J. Healey, Today, owned by Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, will be given another public trial for his engagement in the Kentucky Derby by starting in the Calvert at this course Saturday. Jockey Joe Renick has been engaged to ride Willis Sharpe Kilmers Beauflower In the Aberdeen Stakes Wednesday, and the Fair Fields Stables Sun Fairplay in the Kentucky Derby. Dr. J. H. McCarthy and William Jennings Will hold a tale of horses in training in the Havre de Grace paddock at 11 a. m. Thursday-. - . r Louis Feustel vanned Dark, Hope, owned by J. W. Y. Martin, over from Pimlicp and will give the veteran six-year-old Traumer gelding his final preparatiorifor the Philadelphia Handicap over the Havre de Grace course. - - Hal Price Headley notified Charles. J. McLennan that he is shipping three horses from New York. The Headley colors will be carried by Spartain in the Aberdeen Stakes Wednesday. Capt P. Walker, handling the Howe Stable racers, returned from New York after witnessing the performance of Only One In the Paumonok Handicap Saturday. Jockeys E. Porter, L. Fallonrand,JR.rMerritt resumed riding at Havre de Grace. "All three were in action at Jamaica Saturday.