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(From Our Exchanges.) Whien the last mail left 0. Mfad den's total of winning mounts for the season had reached 90. T. Loates's total was 69, and then followed M. Cannon 65, C. Woed 56, and F. Allsop and, S. Loaites 55 each. Abereorn will not be offered when the Kirkhama horses are put up for sale next month. News comes from Sydney that it has been decided to send him .to. England. Surge, who cost Mr. J. Mf. Roberts 370 guineas after. the last V.R.C. spring meeting, is now running in the Messrs. Glalssoock's brake, prepara tory to doing duty between. the slia fts. of a buggy. Mr. Roberts never won a race wwiff Surge. - The Sydney mare Acmena. ow-ned by Mr. P. H. Osborne, started in the Liverpool Cup, won by Dinna Forget. She carried 7.12 to the winner's 8.7, and in a field of six anal fourth. She was beaten a quarter of a mile from home, the distance of the race being a mile and three furlongs. The American jockey Sloan has had to undergo an important operation to save his life, and lie is expected to be absent, from the saddle for a. long time. The illness will probably af feet his intended riding in England.
News lhtha been, received from Eng land of the complete breakdown of Paris III., and Mrs. H. C. White, his owner, has decided' that the dual Caul field Cup winner shall spend the rest of his datys at Havilah, New South Whles. He is probably on his way to Australia now. Figaro, by Paris-run, a well-known jumping performer in Victloriay has been sold to Mr. W. H. Walker, of Tenaterfield, New South Wales, for stud purposes. Simmer, the colt purchased in Eng land for the Tocal stud, does not ap pear to hnh'e raced. He is ai brown, and is beautifully bred, being byr St. Simon from Duteh Oven, by Dutch Skater from. Cantiniere, by Stockwell. Simmer was., Dutch Oven's last foal. She died: soon after foaling him. Dutch Oven was a famous mare' on the turf, but she did not succeed in making munch of a, name for herself at the stud. 'She won the St. Leger and other Important races for Lord Falmbath.. The Perth correspondent of the "Age" telegraphed' the following sporting items on Mofnday:-Onslow has gone to Melbourne in the steamer Marlho to fulfil 'his Caulfield and 'Mel bourne Clip engagements. Le Var will probably go the week ,fter next. 11. Phillips, the owner, won over £ 3000 by the victory of Toxic in the Coolgardie Cup. A fair amount of business on forth coming events was done during settling nit the Victorian Club on Mon day. linjestic and: Wayfarer figure as equal. favourites for the Caulfield Cup at 100 le 7. lReka and Dream land were backed for a few thousands each at 100 to 5. Ilymetbus was be friended at 100 to 4, and at the same price Ceniuwast was backed. In doubles the two Cups, Dreamland, Hymnettus, Majestie, Contrast, and 1ieha, were bracketed with Manfred, Spencer, April Pool, Cros, and Clarion. For the Derby and Medbourne Cup, Bobh dil was backed with April Fool. Cla rion, and Drecamland; George Frede rick with Marnfed and Clarion; and Cocos and Cordite each with Wait-a Bit for good amounts. M anfred and Merloblas are equal fnvou1rites for the Melboiurne Cup at 100 to 7, and bar them, '100 to 5 ins on offer; but no straight-out business on this race is being done.