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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. Sam Hihlrelh is reported saying that Bourlesa is one of lie- best colts he ever handled. J. M. Stowe claimed Oorkey W. from J. Brannou after the third race at Mount Royal Park Wednesday. I he pi of I n wi at Kcailworth Park will InclndV s: .vail purses and a ,200 handicap, it has been announced. Jo. key Briekaoa was denied the privilege of riding for anyone but his contract employer, P. baits, because of rough riding at the Mount Royal Park meeting. Jockey Scherrer is in the Boya] Victoria Hospital in Montreal, suturing from injuries received when his mount Clara Morgan fell in the sixth race at Mount Royal Park Wednesday. Herman Conkliog. who will lie one of the associate judges and clerk of the scales at the Grand Bapids meeting, has left Montreal and is on his way to the Furniture City to assist in putting the finishing touches to the preparations for opt alng day, July 4. In addition to a promising bunch of jumpers. Silas V. itch, the well known and all-round crosscountry exptlt, has two two-year-olds which he thinks may prove fast on the flat. P.otli were bough I from Mr. B.linont. One is a big chestnut gelding by Flint Bock While Thorn, and tie-..Ih.-r is tin- bay filly Tea Party, by Watervale -Toggery. With racing in Canada coming to :in end on August 1 until after the war. most of the Kentucky horsemen have shaped their plana to ship to New i irk at the end of the Latonia season. A few will send Ih-ir stables to Windsor for the meetings at the two tracks there, the old track and Keuilworth, and from there they will go to Saratoga. An unusually large number plan to ship to Grand Rapids for the meeting which opens there on July 4, while many others will go direct to Empire City.