Goldsmith Maid, 2:14, won 332 heats in 2:30 or better. King Humbert has a "string" of 2,000 blooded horses in his three stables near Pisa. Bemol, 8:10i, has met with only one dflfeat, the race being won by Lilian WlDtea, best time, 2:17f. Kelson, 2:10ï, won all of his races but two, one of which was taken by Alcryon, 2:15$, and the other by Jack, 2:12$. Alabaster, 2:15, was defeated only twice after his 8-year-old form - once by Nancy Hanks and the other time by Simmocolon. Maud S, 2:08f, won every race in which she started and lost only one heat, which was won by Charlie Ford, and that was caused by her making a tangled break. The London correspondent of Turf, Field and Farm thinks that the pneumatic tire, adopted by the bicyclists, might with advantage be nsed on the trotting sulky. Captain Bellairs, superintendent of the Bt. Louis Jockey club track, is credited with the statement that there will be sixty days' racing at that track next seaBon. There will be a spring and fall meeting of thirty days cach. The London Sportsman learna that A. M. Singer has purchased the only Ormonde yearling in existence. The sum paid is said to be f25,000, which is the largest known price ever given by private contract for a yearling. The youngBter's name is Glenwood.