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TOM STEVENS TWO-YEAR-OLDS NAMED. I.exinifton. Ky.. Jaiiiary SI. — Thomas II. Stevens lis eight two year olds at Walnut Hill Farm, for whieh nanus have been elaimed and awarded u? ollovvs: Aaa, eh. g. by Wadsvvorlh -Ma Angeline. Krato. b. f. hy Waae worth — Ban Itica. Finical, h. f. by Alloway --Anyday. Kent. b. i by Wailsworth — Aprils Lady. Forv. h. f. by Wadswortli— Queen Bird. Minto, eh. c. by Governor Foraker — Fancy Free. Fat. hr. e. by Wailsworlh — Relle of Duhlin. Procla. hr. t. hy iovernor Foraker — Vedas. These yaaagatera were named hy Fletehcr E. Dryver. the son in law ot Mr. Stevens, who manages the farm and trains the young horses. They were IB tried out last fall and will he put in training it the farm track next week. After ahout a uonth they will eeBM in to the Kentucky Association track. Several of Ihein will he catered in the -takes at Louisville and I.atonia. It is probable thai they will lie sent to Seattle during the summer ind then raced on the California tracks next winter. Mr. Stevens has spent practically all of the las; three years on the Pacific Coast. He will he home ■ i March for the first time in two years. When he •omes the future of tlie youngsters will he decided II n ill. The most highly tried one of the octette is PhweaL Her dam is a full sister to CaitiKin. which is credited with the mile record of 1 :-"h. made it Linglield Park. Fnglanil. July 13. 1!»00. Ed l-ca thci stone has claimed the name McTJnrvey for the two year did hay or hrovvn colt hy Lamp lighter— Goo Coo Eyes.