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EARLY RACELAND ARRIVALS Horses From Various Points Beach Ashland Track All Stalls Are Now Under Reservation. LEXINGTON, Ky., June 15. Sixteen horses arriving from one of the Ohio tracks went into quarters at Raceland today. Nine are in the string of C. W. Chappell, they being Jab and Joe Strauss, property of J. W. Brackman, of Huntington ; Womba, owned-by A. J. Marshall ; Impact, property of J. B. Payne; Chestnut Girl, owned by R. Kennett; Vif, property of James Shelley; Mabel K., owned by J. Pierce ; Sprightly, owned by P. B. Mayhorn, of Cincinnati, and Threaten, a three-year-old gelding. Jockey Landolt Is with this outfit Trainer H. E. Dunham brought five horses, they being Wrst Point and One Gold Buck, property of Mrs. P. M. Sterm of Bremen, Ohio, and Commissioner II. and Belle Rankin II., property of T. W. Nicol Co. of Tampa, Fla. Trainer W. H. Carrier brought Blue Caddie and Happy Hobo, property of W. M. Heath of Columbus, Ohio. The book for the first nine days of the Raceland meeting is being distributed among horsemen. Thomas B. Cromwell, secretary of the Raceland track, today said that all of the 750 stalls are now under reservation and that no horses will be accepted at the course by superintendent James M. Forsythe unless their owners have formally reserved stalls for them. Applications for stable room have been coming in by letter and wire for the past ten days, said secretary Cromwell, and there now is a large waiting list. Letters were sent out yesterday to all persons having reservations requesting that they file their lists Immediately or send in a release of the stalls so that others may have them. Sewell Combs today advised secretary Cromwell that the splendid stake filly Mary Jane and four other horses, the property of Gallaher and Combs, will be sent to Raceland from Latonia. Mary Jane is to return to Latonia from Washington Park and may run in the Latonia Derby, unless the track should be too hard that day. She is eligible for the Raceland Derby and it is intended to start her in that event. The "Audley Farm Stable will have thirty-one horses for Raceland under the training of Kay Spence, and among them will be the Raceland Derby candidates Creek Indian and Never More.