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New York Notes BELMONT PARK, Elmont, L. I., N. Y., May 6. The Al-Jo Stable completed a deal for the purchase of Goingherway and Challenge Like from the Blue Circle Farm. The horses will be trained by D. J. Falcone. Apprentice Oliver Cutshaw, who rode his first and only winner at Delaware Park two summers ago, made a saddle reappearance when he was on a couple of horses at Jamaica. The-boy, who has been exercising horses is under contract to John Maloney. Apprentice Jimmy Rhodes, who piloted Easy Chop to success in the last race Monday, rode the first winner of his career last December. Jockey Chris Rogers has returned to the saddle after a two day confinement to his quarters due to an attack of Virus X. Among the recent arrivals at Belmont were 23 two-year-olds the property of King Ranch. Trainer J. F. LaBoyne has turned R. M. Smiths useful sprinter, Sagittarius, over to Horatio Luro and the recent winner has now joined that Argentinians extensive public stable at Belmont Park. LaBoyne is taking a rest on the advice of his physician. Jockey Shelby Clark, fully recovered from a recent illness, resumed riding here. The veteran is free lancing. Candidate and Ear Marked, the property of Wdolford Farm, have been shipped from Belmont Park to the home place to be given the rest cure. Ten horses belonging to C V. Whitney have arrived at Belmont from Churchill Downs. The remainder of horses in the stable, including Mr. Trouble and Mount Marcy, are expected to get in about May 12. Former Judge Anthony J. Labelle of Saratoga Springs, was a visitor here, renewing his wide friendships with racing folk.