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YEARLINGS AT BR00KDALE FARM. New York. September .". — Edward 0. Taylor will break thirtv six or thirty seven yearlings this fall for Harry Payne Whitney at Brookdale Farm. Among tliese are ten Burgomasters, twenty Ham-burgs and four Adams. The Adam yearlings are from Miss Hamburg, Hanuapon, Wild Thyme and Repute. Mr. Whitney bought the wild Thyme youngster from the Mllbrtream Stud, at which Adam stood while In- was in this country. The others he bred himself The Hurgomaster yearlings at Rrook-dale are the tirst youngsters by that famous son of Hamburg and Hurly Hurlv that will come to the races. The pick of the Whitney juveniles probably will go to England to he developed and raced by A. J. Joyner.