It is said $1,500.000 changed handa when Tenny won the Brooklyn handicap. Prince Fonso is said to be hopelessly broken down. He won the Chicago Derby, the Twin City Derby and other big stake races. Lord Randolph Churchill has a colt by Wisdom out of Socks. and a Canadian paper facetíooaly remarks that if he were an American colt Jerry Simpson would be a good name for him. The stallion Blue Grass, by Pat Malloy, bred at Woodbum farm, Spring Station, Ky., won the queen's prize of L200 for horses owned in Cumberland, Durham, Northumberland and Westmoreland at the London horse show. Some of the noted drivers of the country have been interviewed on kite shaped tracks, and the burden of their testimony goes to support the claim that the track is faster than the standard oval track, and that records on the new style of conrees cannot be considered in tha same light as equal records on the oval tracks. At the sale of the race horses of M. Lupin in Paris Aerolithe and Robamonde were purchased for W. I. Scott, of Erie, Pa., the owner of Rayon d'Or. The prices paid were $8,000 and f4,600 respectively. Rayon d'Or was the highest price borse that ever carne to North America. Mr. Scott paid $30,000 for him tn France.