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OMAHA STABLES FILLING UP Two Hundred Horses Now on the Grounds Shipments Arriving Daily Opening May 30. OMAHA, Neb., May 23. With more than 200 horses already quartered here for the coming thirty-one day meeting, to be held at Ak-Sar-Ben, beginning May 30, and continuing through July 4, the stabling accommodations swelled Wednesday morning, with the arrival of three cars of horses from San Antonio, consisting of forty-five head. In addition to the cars arriving Wednesday, three carloads are due from California, Thursday night while the Three Rs Stable, owned by Miss Mary Russell, of San Antonio, and consisting of fourteen animals, is expected to unload Friday morning, coming from San Antonio. The three carload shipment coming from Texas Wednesday morning, brings the number of thoroughbreds here to 250 and racing secretary Gene Bury, expects to have at least 500 on the grounds for the opening day. The largest stable to arrive Wednesday morning was the San Angelo Stable, trained by A. C. Russell. In the shipment were Elanbee, The Choctaw, Her Gold, World Over, Texas Pal, Grey Don, Dono and Jolly Ronald. In the same car, J. H. Tate had Whisking, Welcher, Moorish Amulet, John Mill, High Cloud and Thistle Guy. The second car brought the horses of B. Moots who had Kite and Dr. Happy, while H. Lauder unloaded Kyso and Son Richard. J. W. Parker, with Fair Joan, Golden Tip and Mr. Con, and O. Burgess Cloudy Day and Golden X., were in the consignment. The car was rounded out with W. Locks Joel C, Explorer and Bleure Huere and W. Browns Moving On. The third car consisted of Cut Price, Ervast and Chinese Custom, for E. H. Prue, while W. R. Ware brought Texas Maid, for the Six Bar Stable, owned by Col. W. T. Johnson, of San Antonio. W. O. Hooks had the lone horse, Nyack, and B. Johnson, included Ned O., and Marabou. The W. E. Ball horses, in charge of Gordon Stewart, made up the balance of the car, which consisted of Brooksie, Polly Dear, Catch On, Tocaya, Blessefield, Gale Way, Three and Honey All.