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SCHREIBER YEARLINGS NUMBER 85. ineinnati ».. Julv 18. — W. A. Klnran has proceeded to w Ihvnds Farm, near St. I. lo arrange for the breaking of Barney Score Iber * crop of yearlings. Mr. Schrelber has eighty live yearling colts and tillies this season and sixty of the bunch lie regards as of as good a type as lie has ever raised Tlie remaining twenty-flee are hardly up to the usual standard, and these «m he disposed »l be-toie much effort is expended on I he a in the way at training hills. There are some rrand lurking sons and daughters of Sain in the Bchrelher band Ol year ling tlds season, and also some -choice youngsters hi Bwmockliurn. the --ire of Dr. Gardner. In fact, the Missouri turfi will lie disappointed ii tins seasonV cr loes not develop • racer of the Inch AtLin or Nealon type. Concerning tbe recent sale of Emperor William. Mr. Ktrwan Is quoted as saying: "1 sold Eniperor William because 1 g"t ■ goad price, and while thai son of Sain is in good racing li just now. he is not ■ per fee Mv sound hois... The sdtHtl f Emperor WHtlaui adds strength to the stable Tom Hatfield kg In charge. Mr. Haiti. Id is a msually good man with a berse not entirely sound. Emperor Wil Lbuii was ii ghl al one time bjr Barney Schrelher to be the liesi colt he ever raised, and be banked on winning the Futurity with liiui ■* I two-year-old, .- trained bim this season to run in sprint races, bat I really think thai when tit tod right ids forte would be races of ■ mile or over. He is an ex reeding! i d-looking horse.