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HORSES AT MEMPHIS. Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 26. Special. The "red and white stripes, blue sleeves and cap" of E. "Wasserman and Co. will be carried by several juvenile racers at present located here in charge of W. H. May and Son. All have been named, and in Pulsus, by Top Gallant Glen Hop, trainer May imagines he has a colt that will win in almost any company. The full, list in charge of Mr. May is: Drummond, ch. f, 4, by Forester Alma B. Ben Milam, b. g, 4, by Deceiver. Hans Wagner, b. g, 4, by Longstreet Tom-mie Bell. Louise Collier, b. f, 3, by "Wagner Violette. Amorous, b. g, 3, by Shapfell Amours. Merry Sister, ch. f, 3, by The Friar Merry One. Bay filly, 2, by Portland Outpace. Kate Frances, b. f, 2, by Handsel Hoiden. Lady of the Manor, b. f, 2,. by Tristram Gypsey Maid. All Colors, ch. f, 2, by Wagner Puzzalona. George James, b. c, 2, by Portland Misfit. Pulsus, br. c, 2, by Top Gallant Glen Hop. Brick Fowler,, b. c, 2, by Pirate of Penzance Lillie B. Highball, b. c, 2, by Ben Strome Strych-inia. Wo tan, b c, 2, by Wagner Undecided. Steelmaker, b. c, 2, by Albert Bullet. Clem Hellbush, the Cincinnati owner, has a small string in training at the local track. All are three-year-olds with the exception of Autumn Leaves. The list is: Autumn Leaves, ch. f, 4, by Prince of Monaco Lady Rover. Lady Matchless, br. f,- 3, by Handspring Mirity Custer. Clara Louise, br. f, 3, by Ben Strome Waynesboro. Halcyondale, ch. c, 3, by Prince of Monaco Trinity. Merry vFlight, b. f, 3, by Prince of Monaco Merry Wise. E. R. Bradley, the Chicago owner, has a half brother to Jiminez among the following, which will embrace his small 1903 string. The youngster has been named Common Bird and he is among the best thought of two-year-olds here and has worked creditable trials. The Bradley string is: Red Hook, b. c, 4, by Forester Lillie B. Captain Hugh Bradley, br. c, 4, by Lissak Callie Dozier. Little Stingy, b. g, 3, by Miser Medalion. Prado, ch. f, 2, by Russell Hira Villa. Lampost, b. c, 2, by Lamplighter Sarnee. Common Bird, ch. c, 2, by The Commoner Birdie T.