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NOTES OF THE TURF. Jockey L Jensen was iudetinitely suspended ou 11 the closing day of the Delorimier Park meeting. The Belmont Park critics were disappointed in 11 the appearance of Old Rosebud. Manager Winn will install twenty-seven pari-inutuel i- machines for the fall meeting at Laurel. Texas Star. Conning Tower, San Vega and Paintbrush t_ have been put ou the schooling list at Belmont 1- Park. A. W. Foulks Premier and T. Foleys Satyr r were destroyed as the result of an accident on ,11 the closing day of the Delorimier Park meeting. ;. Premier cut Satyr down badly and then fell, breaking i- his own leg. Jockey T. McCullough, who 10 rode Premier, was seriously injured. W. F. Cain, of New Orleans, lias bought from in L W. J. Bissell the two-year old bay colt by 1V Hastings -Blue Jacket, by Whistle Jacket for 61,606. i The youngster is engaged in the Harold Stakes at ,t Latonia. but he will not likely til 1 his engagement 1, in that event as his new owner bought him to send „1 him to Canada to race. On June IS Governor MeCreary of Kentucky, will ," ,, appoint Johnson N. Camden, chairman of the Kentucky "j State Kucing Commis.-ion. master of Hartlaml ,l Stud and owner of a big string of racing thorough . breds. trained by J. O. Keene. to rill the vacancy * in the United States Senate resulting from the death of Senator W. O. Bradley. Mr. Camden will [II afterwards go before the people as a candidate for mm the short term. His father represented West Vir t. ginia in the United States Senate for several terms. s. H. B. Duryea was not surprised at the victory of ... Durbar iu the Kpsom Derby. He said afterwards: "I knew he would run differently than he did in la the French Guineas. The Kpsom course suited . him better and he can stay forever." The Jockey, .. M. McGce. declared that 1"- aerer had an easier ,.;. race ill his life. "The Kpsom course had no ter ,. rors for me." he said. "Mr. Duryea said Good .,] Boy to me when 1 dismounted and Sir John Thursby. owner lit Kenny more, the favorite, congratulated ,i me." It is really amazing the transformation which k has lieen brought a limit at Douglas Park since e , General Manager J.. tin Ha hmcistcr took hold of if the plant sonic few years back. I will remember T racing a stable of horses over the Douglas Park * course, along somewhere aliout 1002. and on Saturday I could scarcely credit the fait that it was ■ the same place. The good people of Louisville and 1 vicinity evinced their appreciation in no uncertain " manner by their attendance. — -Lxile in Thoroughbred " Record.