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NOTES OF THE TURF. E. 6. Cowdin. who figured in an automobile accident recently, is out of danger. W. Waldorf Astors Winkipop won the Sussex Stakes at Coodwood Wednesday. Jockey George Archibald is a cousin of Henry Spencer. "The Iceman," who formerly rode with distinction. II. II . Selby has returned to Empire City from Canada. His horses have been turned out for the summer, but will be taken up in the fall aud prepared for autumn racing. J. E. M Carney, who was one of W. H. Shelleys chief assistants in the management of the Lexington meeting last spring, died suddenly at his home iu Lexington a few days ago. George Cornnell, who has handled the horses of tlic Quincy Stable successfully this season, will campaign his string on the Canadian circuit at the conclusion of the Knipire City meeting. James Batter is said to have paid ,000 for Sclioolniarni. She will be used for breeding purposes by Mr. Butler when bat .racing days are over. Mr. Butler is planning to Income a breeder of thoroughbreds. There is talk of a match race between Allan Piakertoaa Booger Bed and W. G. Yankes Jupiter Joe. Booger Beds hand.ciis want the distance to be live eighths, while Mr. Yalikv is holding out for a dash of one mile. It the match is closed it will be run at Saratoga. - » Frank Regan has purchased Clandore, by Bryn Mawr — Miss Baatae, from John Hynes. Claiidore Is a half-brother to Mr. Regans breadwinner. Ardri. The Began horses have been ship| ed from Knipire City to Saratoga, together with the siring that J. W. May has in charge. Trainer George Ham has a particularly bad actor in William Gents Doaaa, winner of the Kentucky Derby, Trainer ILhii is sparing no paius to reform the obstinate. Woolsthorpo colt of his evil habits. Haabridge, another of the Hani string, has been added to the Basnira City school lag list as a result of his post behavior in bhVHaat start. Barney Schreiber has donated to the Blue Gras* Fair at Lexington a season to his great horse. 8818, the sire of Jack Atkin. Ncalon and other famous horses? The premium will go to the best thoroughbred weanling shown at the f of lai fair. As the service fee to S.iin is f 1.880. Mr. Schreibers gift to the Kentucky breeders, is a valuable ope. Bosseaux. the three-year-old brother to ltoseben that was claimed by George Sherman from Robert T. McKeever rcceiiily. has since been sold to Frank Herald Mr. Herald pnrchas.-d the horse from .1. W. Mav. to whom Bosseaux had been transferred shortly after he reached the Sherman stable. James P8ra siinii s will handle Bosseaux for Mr. Herald.