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NOTES OF THE TURF. H. G. BcdwcHs horses flu i shed the long trip from Oakland to ITtai pfihead Day in good condition. Jockey McGee. win. will do the riding this year Bar George i Moms Mahle. lias reported to the youthful Georgian at Sin- pshcad Hay. Richard T. Wils.ui. Jr.. president of the Saratoga Association, has r.-lui nod lo New York from an extendi d sojourn at his winter home at Ialmetto Biuli. S. C. J. W. May has reached Sheepshead Hay from Louisville with the Schwartz horses and they will ligun in the racing at Aqueduct, lH-ing well ad-aaajeai in training. It was computed !iy the police officials that something like ,»• huiiilrid thousand spectators ajitBaaaaa the race far the Grand National Steeplechase at Liverpool fn.ni |H.ints of vantage outside the racecourse properly. Thomas Welsh has received some more of the H. 1. Whitney horses thai he will handle during the coming season. Thev came from the Hrookdale 1 arm. and include Sea Clitl. Sixty and Baby Wolf, all ihr f wliich raced in England last season. Jockey Shilling, who has so far failed to get a license from the J m key Club, is confident his case will I*- npiteil lawrahD. Be is exercising the ILIdnth bararn at Sheepshead Hay and has asked the stew mis far a hearing. It is said that It. L. Thomas, who was stuhlicd by Shilling in a quarrel last year, will not press the charge of felonious assault ugainst the lad.