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AMONG THE BREEDERS IN KENTUCKY. Colonel Clay Reduces Broodmare Band — Belmont Has Thirty-Seven Yearlinqs. Lexington, Ky.. January at. — Colonel K. P. Clay baa eui down his band of biiiiiaUisii s at Runnyasede stml to tony two. The farm r m lirsrrs 500 acres and Col i clay belie vea it has heretofore i een too crowded. He says thai atarea to produce good melng materia] must have plenty of range August Belmont has thirtj seven yearlings at Nursery Stud this- season. Fides. UOW twenty one yearn old, is believed to be safe in foal this season. The two-year-old chestnut n.t by Star Shoot — The Niece, recently purchased by .1. K. -Madden from Cateohy Woodford, will he shipped soon to Little Bock where C. T Iatterson now baa in winter quarters a division Oi Madden-- racing stable. Madrid will he hied this season to Adam. 1. J. Dwyer having been oosopUmented with a sea-son to the French hoi so. Madrid will arrive at the Mill-stream Stud Within the neI few days. The Bard, belonging to the estate of the late A. .1. Oaauatt, will make a public season this year at the Woodbom Farm under the management of William Steele. The two three year old tillies. Tope .loan and Slopping Stone, recently ret lied to astleton Stud. will not be bred this season as n*aa at first intended, hut it may he that Stepping Stone will he trained. She did not race last season. She had a ease of pneumonia and did not get over it in time to be trained, hut she is now sound and Ma.ior Dainger-lirld. the manager of Cast Irion Stud says he sees no reason why she should not stand training. Twenty two outside mares have heen liooked to Stalwart now at Iroquois Stud.