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CASTLETON STUDS PRIZE YEARLINGS. LexUgtam, Ky.. May 25. The halt brothers t" Superman and Itolir mlan aland out a.- the beat look-lag of the yearling colts si .lame- 1:. Keenea Cas tletoa siud and it i- atom up as to which Ins the n.j-t admirers. Bohemians half broiher i- the bay colt bj Ben Brash, out of Bosegarmnd and i- the call with which Mr. Keene won the season to Bock Sand ottered by August Belmont a- a premium for the lie-t tborouhbred foal of 1996 at the Blue Grass Fair last fall. Bosegarland has been in this coin I only four rears. Mr. Keene bought her for 85,000 at the Newmarket December sate- In England in 1901. In the spring of P.MI2 she foaled Portsmouth. by Bill of Portland and the next aprlag she dropped Bohemian, by Hoilacl II. These two colts came over with their dam in 1898. In 1804 Bosegarland bad no foal, mi-sing to Persimmon, so thlsvcoH by Ben Brush i- her first in this country. Super-nian- half brother is by Diagnise II., out of Anomaly, likewi-e an English mare. Mon Droit, the dam of Major DaingerBeld, which recently foaled a colt by star Bnby, baa been bred to Meddler. Mon Droit is now owned by O. D. Wilsiui and Senator .1. W. Bailey. Her yearling i- b] Bdward Oorrtgana Seintillant II. Merry Maiden, the dam of Jack Point, now twenty yean old, lias been sent to the court of Star Shoot. She is al Catesby Woodforda Raceland Stud. Grant Hugh Browne, owner of the Brownleiglt Park Stab!.-, baa a number of 111. ire- at Beaumont Stud, which he i- mating with Pldow. William Field- ha- a yearling black colt by Flotow oat of Favena. This full brother to Batinskie is a grand looking youngster and may be the means of caning Mr. Fields to abandon his interests in Florida and return to Kentucky to again bleed thorough breda an an extensive scale. Favena was the only mare he retained when he dispersed hi- atnd two or three years ago.