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PHIL DWYERS BAND OF YOUNGSTERS. The coming two-year-olds in the stable of P. J. Dwyer number eight head, five colts aud three fine racy looking fillies. In fact, this is about the best looking band the president of the Brooklyn Jockey Club has had in a -long while. All arc entered in the, different stakes around New York and also at Saratoga! , A slashing big, lengthy chestnut colt is by Fatherless Eocene. He has a good head and neck, well-muscled shoulders, stifle well set out, and extra, good quarters. This colt seems to be the star of the stable, and has worked a quarter In 23, which is extra good, over the GravcscndV track. A chestnut colt of size and plenty of length is the one by Lamplighter Tuiljeries. He has the heavy make-up of all the "Lamplighters, especially across the back and loins.. He has shown speed and Mr. Dwyer was satisfied with him. A well put together colt, on heavy lines, though not so tall as the two former colts. Is the chest- , nut by Sir Dixon Onwcntsia. His head and neck are on the racy order, he is short-backed and with, well-turned quarters. This colt is not much on the flashy order, but has taking racing points. A bay colt by Star Ruby Facine, has all. the earmarks of one that should run far and fast". He is put up on stout lines all over, and Is of fair size. He is well engaged, and showed speed last fall. The bay colt by Miller, out of that fast filly, Lady Handspring, is one that Mr. Dwyer bred himself. His quarters especially are of the best. He has great driving power behind him. He favors his sire. Miller. ? . A fine piece of racing machinery is the bay filly by Ben Strome Lady Moccasin. Sue 6hows size and quality in plenty worked a quarter better than twenty-four seconds, last fall, and cost . The chestnut filly by Star Shoot Much Ado, shows good points all over. A splendid backed one, with stifle and hind legs well set. She had spandd when tried out. A good big one is the chestnut filly by Handspring Lovetf. There can be no excuses made for tills one as her conformation is of the right sort. Mr. Dwyer should liave a few good ones out of this crop. The stable boys, along with trainer Miller, are pleased with the home-bred Miller colt. The old ones In the stable are Red Friar, Montauk and the filly, Alabama.