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ABOUT THE TWO-YEAR-OLDS. Half Sovereign, one of the two youngsters that are entered for the first time at Jamaica today, wis bred and is owi;ed by August Belmont. She is a full sister to Souvigny and a half-sister to Saga-panak and Gallant, being by Hastings, out of Sou-veraine. Souveraine is by Rayon dOr out of Sultana, and was foaled in 1895. As a two-year-old 6he was sent to England by Mr. Belmont and mated with Bumptious that year, her first produce being a chestnut colt by him in 1S98. Her next two foals in 18J*!» and 1!*X were also by Bumptious, the last of the three lieing named Castor, and he was a goo t horse in England for three seasous. In 1900 Souveraine was bred to Galeazzo and brought back to this country, foaling Gallaut as a result of that union. Gay Gryselle, by Meadowthorpe — Gryselle, is the other neweonie- at Jamaica. She was bred by th" late Colonel James B. Pepper and was sold as a yearling to B. H. Manna for 25. Gryselle was a fast filly in training, hut met with an accident. Her dam. Racemede, was a half-sister to that great campaigner. Raceland. which numbered the Suburban Handicap among his thirty-seven victories. Dora Neff. by Handsel — Rumpoint. one of the two carded for the first time at Lexington, was bred and is owned by C. H. Carter of Athens, Ky. She is a mil lister to Haughty. Tomoko. by Don de Oro — Mary Kogcr-. was bred and is owned by S. G. H. Chenault at Lexiugton and is a half -brother to G. W. Mills and Annie Mc-La urine.