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AMERICAN YEARLINGS FOR ENGLAND. Twenty from Kingston Stud on the Way and Consignment from Castlcton Stud to Follow. Lexington. Kv.. June KL— Charles B. Hill, man aajer of dareaee klacfcaya Kingston stud, left here this morning with twenty thoroughbred yearlings, seventeen f them sons and daughters of Meddler. They go 1 New York, where they are to take a steamer for Kngland. Manager Hill was not advised definitely whether they are to be put into training or to be sold when they reach the other side. Maj. Fovhali A. Paingertield received instructions today from James U. Keene to have shod all around and ready for shiftmen I Saturday morning next sixteen colts and fifteen fillies of the fifty eight year lings now at Caatteton Stud. Major IlningerfieM «as not advised in the telegram as o the destina tion of the youngsters, hut tie presumes that it is England. No definite .instructions have been received at Klieendorf Farm from Mr. Haggins New York office with reference to the date for the departure of his yearlings for the Argentine Republic, but it is said that unless there is some change .In the plana mapped oal by Mr. Haggin when he was here last week, they will leave here about Tuesday next and that the entire crop. 125 head, will go. Preparations to that end are in progress at the farm. Four carloads of yearlings for the sale at Sheeps-hca-1 Bay will leave here tomorrow morning. E. R. Bradley will have thirteen, G. 1. Wilson eight. Charles C. Moore ten. . P. Randolph five. George C. Graddy seven. J. P. Keel three. Hinde and Baker two. .. M. Corhin on.- and Price Headley one. Fleven from Kllioft C. Cowdlns Maplchnrst Stud were shipped to Sheepshead Kay yesterday.