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H. K. VINGUTS HORSES PROMISE WELL Has a Much Laraer Stable Than in Former Years for the Campatqn of 1907. New York. February 88. — If. K. Vingnts string for 1907 Bombers almost twaaty, tbongh souk- of the horses will run in other interes:s than that of Mr. Vingnt. There arc thirteen two-year olds, six colls and seven fillies, and if looks count for anything the colors will be very much in evidence be fore the middle of the season. Trainer Mai shall is i,i charge of the string, which is comJnrtably siiu-ated in stabl" No. 28 at Sheepshead Bay, facing/ the Futurity course. Hollister, the black gelding, by Star Shoot — Janice II. . is a fine two year-old. He stands fully sixteen heads and is splendidly proportioned. He looks like a Stake horse and engagements have been made for him in the Hanover. Bedford, Spring. Winged-Foot, Atlantic sad saoataah Stakes. He will doahtiess be seen in some of the events to be run at Aqueduct. Jamaica and Beiiuont Bark also. He cost Mr. Vingut only . o0© and is almost sure to prove a bargain. ; The bay colt by Nasturtium — Cornelia was foaled as the property of Mr. Vtagot. He lxtiigUt the mare in foal from the estate of the late William C. Whitney. He is a big colt and appears to weigh close t» 1,009 pounds, but well put up all over. The colt by Oenopna- Sal. ilia will likely represent the stable at the earic meetings. He is a rugged sort of fellow, looks like coming to hand early and should We distinctly useful. No engagements were made for him in the stakes already elOSCdL The gray colt by Bridgewater — Argon has the appearance of a promising colt, but has no stake engagements. For the bay colt by Bassellaw — New Bonnet Mr. Vingut gave 9899. He is a slashing big fellow-wit h well -tin ned quarters, b galloping he has a taking way of going. The chestnut ally by lis see lis si — Byrienne is an own sister to Acrobat, which won for Mr. Paget hut season, feme, is a ssaart looking miss, put up on the lie-T of lines, and holds engagements Cor the Baaover, Bedford. Vernal. Zephyr, Moatank, Atlantic, Winged Foot and Distaff Stakes. The bay Illy by ladh -Secretive, is a ball sister t Reticent, a frequent winner on the Northern Cir-• nit Hacks. She has plenty u£ size and length and should race well. Only 8809 was paid for the brown lilly by St. Leonards II. — Alcyone II.. and she may square her Seconal quickly. She is stoutly put up and gallops in a manner that saggeats she will race early. Another that may be among the seasons irst lo carry the green and pink Jacket of .Mr. Vingut i- the bay lilly by Flambeau — Deluge. There is a smart look about this one and she is ready for the training ordeal. the highest priced youngster in the barn is the ohestnnt lilly by star Shoot — Lizzie Dixon. She cost ,000 at tiie Bnnnymede sale last summer and seems wi 11 worth the in ice. She has the makeup of a fast lilly. is splendidly muscled all over, and is almost sure to race well. The brown lilly by ITSBSCllsn VarncUo and the haj niiy by Ussak Barbara Grey look like wtaners and showed plenty of speed in their trials. The older horses in the stable have wintered well. especially Acrobat, which has grown ami lair heard into a serviceable looking three year-old. BaUlcaxe lias lost the skinny look that he iiad last season, having taken on a lot of flesh, and gives presnise ot racing to better advantage. There arc two jumpers in the stable. Watershed and High Rank. The latter is a brother to Jean Bercaud. Both are preen jumpers, hut full of promise. Cloistercss, the winner of a number of private, matches last year. is still on the small side, but in the pink of winter comliiion. Mr. Vingut rarely misses a day from the stable, and keeps in close touch with conditions at all times.