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GOSSIP FROM KENTUCKY SOURCES. Louisville, Ky., November 13. George .T. Long has fifteen yearlings this season. Twelve of these have been quartered at Churchill Downs in charge of trainer W. S. Hopkins, who always handles these youngsters in. conjunction with Pete Coyne, the regular trainer of the Louisville turfmans racing stable. The lot Is made up as follows: Bay colt by Sir Huon Onadere dam of Galliota, by Ornament. Bay colt by Sir Huon Glovina, by Alarm. Brown colt by Sempronius Ameeras dam of Wey-anoke. Bay filly sister to Lindar by Sempronius Levia. Chestnut filly by Sir Huon Belle Scott, by C011-testor. Bay colt half-brother to Free Lance by Sir Huon Merry Heart, by Sir Modred. Bay colt brother to Merlin by Sir Huon Latifa, by Hamburg. Chestnut colt by Alvescot Bonnie Kate, by The Commoner. Chestnut colt by Sir Huon Nelnska, bv Pardee. Chestnut colt by Sir Huon Hymera, by Bob Miles. Bay colt half-brother to Don Antonio by Sempronius Variora, by Victor. Bay colt by Sempronius Rosemeade, by St. Ga-tien. Chestnut filly by Alvescot Eloise, by Falsetto. Bay filly half-sister to Ralph by Seuipronius Bashford Belle, by Alvescot. Bay lilly half-sister to Rudolfo, Cordova, Rclluf and Harry L. by Sempronius Watoma, by Sabine. Bay filly half-sister to Manuel by Sir Huon Espinto, by Alarm. Bay filly by Oiscau Cutter, by Gorthan. J. C. Milam has six yearlings in training at Lexington. Two are by Marta Santa, one by Peep oDay, one by Miller, one by Plaudit and the other by Star Shoot. The latter is a hay colt and is owned by Alex Labold of Cincinnati. According to Milam he is a grand-looking individual and a youngster of much speed. He is out of the good race mare Chulita, by Kingston, which won for Labold duriug her racing career the Cincinnati Trophy and the La-tonia Oaks races. The -Peep oDay yearling Milam owns is a bay colt out of Wings, dam of Labold and Goldtinn, while one of the Marta Santa youngsters is a chestnut lilly out of Blue Danube, the dam of Star of Danube, which won for Milam the Clipsetta Stakes of 1912. J. Hal Woodford has among his yearlings a black, colt that he prizes highly in a half-brother to E. R. Bradleys famous campaigner. Bad News, which is such a favorite with that turfman, that he has retired him as a pensioner for life at Idle Hour Stock Farm. This youngster is by Pink Coat, winner of the St. Louis and American Derbys, Wheeler Handicap and other great races, and the sire of Pink Star, winner of the Kentucky Derby, and Pinkola,- winner of the Latonia Derby. Woodford has another promising colt by Pink Coat, similarly bred to this youngster, he being out of Nell OHn, a sister to Bad News. He Is a bay in color. He has also two other yearling colts, one a bay by Plaudit Ruby Right, by Star Ruby, and the other a bay by the Futurity winner, Electioneer Lake Breeze, dam of Jeff Bernstein and other winners. He lost the dam of this youngster last winter and at the same time Alice Brand, dam of Pink Coat, Friend Harry and other winners died.