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M-ATEST LEXINGTON NOTES ] 9 * LEXINGTON. Ky., April 22. Trainer A. Baker reports that R. E. Clarks Wood Lore, Duelist and Dinner Dance, the stars of his big stable, that have been sick, are doing nicely. The former two are Kentucky Derby candidates. Fred Henzes small stable includes Washoe, Gen. Clinton and National Brick, a two-year-old gelding by Atwell — Bijou. A. Logan, Jr., arrived from Havre de Grace with a stable of seven horses. Six older horses and seven two-year-olds make up the division of the big stable Frank Taylor is handling and are ready to race here. W. M. Cain is here with seven horses. They are Arragosa. Ethel Galliger. Lila G. Firth of Forth, Cup o Tea, Louisville and Nashville and Wayne Jr. J. B. Me-Kee. identified with several prominent western stables the past several years, was an arrival from his home at Covington. Mose Goldblatt arrived from Asheville, N. C. where he attended the funeral of the late Belmont Kowe. He plans to remain for the opening, after which he will proceed to Louisville where his horses are in training at Churchill Downs. He reports that jockey Eddie Benham has joined the eastern division of the H. P. Whitney stable that is in charge of James Kowe, Sr. Earl Newman came in from New Orleans to be on hand for the inauguration. C. Houbre, acting for Desha Breckinridge, has taken second call on jockey •Goidie Johnson for the local meeting. John D. Doyle has two two-year-olds and a three-year-old filly to race here.