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NOTES OF THE TURF. Jockeys Gavanaugh and Fogg, hoth riding at El Paso, were indefinitely suspended" for rough riding. Trapp fc Mooney, E. Belmont and S. Martin have shipped their horses from Salt Lake City to El Paso, where they will race during the rest of the meeting. Charley Oxx. who has" his horses at Santa Anita Park, reports that his good filly. Number One. is fast rounding to form and he hopes to be able to start her before long. J. O. Goode, who maintains a small breeding establishment at his Virginia farm, and who has raced with considerable success around the New York tracks for several years, is at present visitiug some of his New York racing friends. W. Shields has been up in Barrle looking over the five horses he is wintering there, which Include Heldmoore. Holscher. Al Busch and Jim Parkinson, lie says they are all doing well, and the Dyment horses look in particularly good order. Richard Croker paid a visit to the stock farm of P. S. P. Randolph one day last week and inspected the thoroughbreds raised there, and intends during the present week to make a trip to H. P. Whitneys Brookdale Farm. Edward Corrigan and his confidential agent. Tommy McGee. are at Louisville. Ky.. to defend a damage suit filed against Corrigan by a boy who was injured in falling from one of Corrlgans horses. iMr. Corrigan insists that he is not the prime mover In the test case of .the Locke law. hut reiterates his statement that the business men of New Orleans are anxious for a renewal of racing.