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LEXINGTON PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT. I.i • Migtoti. Ky.. April S.. Ilcause of the cold. wet weather and unfavorable track i-ondit ions, loe.,1 training aaeratHaai this week were retarded. Trainers, however, are of the opinion that the suspension will not seriously interfere with the racing of their horses al Co spring meeting which opens next Ratnrday. providing the weather of the coming week is propitious. Altogether the prospects for spring rarJMI ben are the arishteat in years. The wrograai as prepared by Beeretan Shelley ami distril d this week has the apacoral *t the baraeaaea generally and tcv atj lihh! raateata are aare. The lateat reaorl from I .uisville is lo the effect that trainer Ualeich Colston has concluded not to start Waldo i„ the Can. don Bjuaiteaa here Mav :;. This is beard arith PwBaMerahle aatiafaetlon by ii;ii:i M ol i, tie r eliml.les Waldo, notwi t Islanding thai In- was i .., the top iiii|K.st of 1 IT, pounds for the Oaaadam. araa greatly feared. Witi, the s..n of Pla- niehs ;,ni| Sllama out of it trainers ;ire of the opin ion lh.it i! is ;, decid.-dlv apaa race, and tliere will Ik- starters that probably would not have gone to the |« iLiinst the Kentucky Derby favorite. Matter James Millon and his assistants arc here and thev are daily aehoottac lmrses to the barrier under Hie walk-up system. I"ery stall on the grounds has beea a-signed. and about 1ih» stalls on the oiilsble bare been engaged. There will be over iMMI horses here lor the meeting. The arrivals during tin- es -in i nir week will far the |tnal»i part be shipped from Louisville. Thev will include tie- s;:, bios of W.lliam QiraC W. J. Young. C I.. Harrison. Ceorge J. LmmC. laaaea T. Williams, w. E. Apple g.in. 1. i rin a S.hr.ib.r. Cdward Corrigan, lred Lu-zadtr. Mose Goldblatt aud otheru.