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NOTES OF THE TURF. The Davies suing, which trainer Henry McDamel ;l has in charge at Woodbine, consists of twenty-four , horses, with tbe veteran Plate Class al lite head. I Trainer McDaniel has them ia tip top condition, but " they will not begin to race until tic Canadian racing seaaoa opens si Woodbine, May S3. Word ceases from Lexingtoa that C. l". Baache •- meyers Hawthorn, which J. C. Milam is training i: this s. ;,..,, n looks extremely well after his winters s respite from training, and is expected to race more e satisfactorily than ha did last season, when his is training was interrupted by a severe spell of sick* 4 Barry Morrwsey, who is to uaaefeftte as a starter on n the Kentucky tracks this nf son, has arrived at Lexington from his bouse at Gloucester. N. J., and will II begin the schooling of two-year ihls al nil the- Keti-titckv caorses within a few days. He will hlmsrlf j- remain ;it Lexington, while his assistants will ho in ,. charge of the schools at Louisville and Latouia. B. L. W.iirick. of II W. Sttfe Street. New Sort, • lias Issued a catalogue of rare winks and pictures * in his possessiou, pertaining in the main to thor oughbred horses and racing, but also taking in " the liter-line of trotting, polo and other s|k,h,. "■ siml IkioI.s. lijsioi j.-nl accounts of racing and race hor , ses in this eouulry aud abroad, the works of Val I hue Forester. Trerathan. Davis. Irving. Borden -Bonee. Stilbnan, Hayes, William Porter. John Par I tor. Stillman, !..m1cv. Kent. Haves. RadelilTe. Wat son. Cuxaon, and many others, turf guides and calendar, ami many other things of intere-i are easbraced in a curiously extensive list that must " have consumed years la enUnetina.