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w | KENTUCKY TURF NOTES f * — t LOUISVILLE, Ky., April ft Additional stables from New Orleans which arrived recently included that of M. J. Beau-champ handicap horse Huntsman, whieh gave a good account of himself at the Cresrent City, and which promises to be a strong fac-. tor in Kentucky racing this spring. Others in the consignment were Porridge, whieh failed to place in the Louisiana Derby, Miss Carew and Top Cloud, a two-year-old. L. H. Sewell arrived with his stable, which included Lord Granite, Black Grackle, Valley Light, Zeus II., Dolly S. and Ray Jr. The latter two, which are the property of George Barnes, will be sent to Barnsdale Manor to be turned out. Sewell also brought Mib Mc-Gee, owned by Roy Slomer. With the trainer came Richard Fischer, a Covington youth and brother to jockey 1 Fischer, who is under eontraet to Kay Spence. Sewell has already applied for an apprentice license for Richard and will give him an opportunity to display his riding skill at the Churchill Downs met ting. W. H. Hall arrived with the horses Speedometer, Greenback and Omnia, while William Mulholland brought in the same car Poor Boy, a three-year-old, and Sandy Cove, a two-year-old colt by At well — Ballygihen, both of which are owned by James Greene, a well known business man of Louisville. E. C. Anthony also arrived, bringing Cyclops, A. B. Bensinger, Emissary and King Colin. The following horses, belonging to Audley Farm and which were wintered at Estills Farm, arrived at the Downs and joined the other members of the stable : Senator Fiddler, New Gold, Sunday Clothes, Finnster, Joy of Life and Sea Lion. Spence departed today for Audley Farm to arrange for the shipment to Churchill Downs of eleven of the stables two-year-olds. Emil Herz, who spent the greater part of the winter in Miami and who visited at French Lick Springs subsequently, was a recent visitor at Churchill Downs for the purpose of inspecting his stable, which is in charge of trainer John Anderson.