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NOTES OF THE TURF. M. L. Bayasau lias gone to New Orleans from New York to remain until the opening of the eastern racing season. Crepuscul. the six year-old bay horse, by Kingston —Sundown, bred by James R. Keene at Castle;. ,n Stud ami sent by him to England, is now winning hurdle races in that country. J. B. Haggin is having tin architesi draw plans ■ for a 0,000 dairy plant at sBmendorf Farm. Lexington wag on hearing of it wanted to know if he was going to milk the mares. There will lie thirty-three days of racing at the Osteud course In France this year. It has been Budded to create a race for 0,000 to be run neon July 7. It will be an international event. Denmark, the bay gelding, by Queens Birthday, out of Floraline. which was hawked around Newmarket as a two-year old in IMS, and finally sold to I butcher for S2.".. is now winning crass count ry races in England. The fee for a service to August Belmonts Rock Sand this year, bis First in the stud in America. "ill be ,800. Sainfoin, the sire Of Rock Sand. likewise a Derby winner, is standing In England this year for 25. The New Zealand jockey. L. Hewitt, who is to ride for Mr. J. Buchanan m England next season. is expected to arrive there shortly. Commenting On Hewitts chances, a prominent writer in the Melbourne Australasian says: "He should do very Well over there especially in short races. He gets off well and likes to be in front all the time."