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PRESIDENT SEAGRAMS CANADIAN STABLE. Two significant features strike an observer in connection witli the arrival at Woodbine of ibe horses that are I,, carry the colors uf Mr. Seagram an I of ihe Messrs. Dyment. All of Mr. Seagrams horses, and eight of the Panic eleven, wet v bred by their owners, whose gratification will bi- all the greater over any of their accomplishments. Two big stable-. therefore, have only three "onttenders" among their twenty tie borses. and ii Is the consensus of opinion that never was there a year when so man] g.iod looking, well grown and promising two year "Ids were -e,-n among the Canadian lot. Tl «e are two matters of auteh satisfaction to all who hold that there i- a great future for tie Canadian-bred, in spite of the doleful declaration to ihe ■ ar. All of the fourte, n horses tnsl trainer Llttleaeld brought down from Waterloo for the Bnishine ■■mill- at Woodbine wit.- bred at Mr. Seagrams Waterloo stud, and tint ar. even more closelj identilieil Mian that si, si- with the famous black ami yellow jacket of the president of the Ontario Jockey club With the -tingL exception of the oldest one. Rustling, every one is from a sir.- or dam lha! has carried the Seagram colors in the battle- ..f the cut-.- in other years, and on,- does not need « long miaaosj so recall the deeds of Havoc, Inferno. Martyrdom, Cracbe dOr and the others. Ihe lour two year obi- unite keep up the standsrd act up in the Blatter of superior Canadian bted youngsters. Ihe same snowing is ma. I all ides, and competition in home-bred races looks like assuming an importance greater thau the most sau- guiup would have imagined a year or two age I 1 fourteen are a- follow-: Rustling, b. in, 5. by Maria S.intn Froii I :• ■■■. Maid o| Promt . b. I. I. bv llavo, Pros e. Iurilau La — , b. I. I. bv Vpsllantl II Iuni.inii. Dark Ro-ah,n. hi. f. :;. by llavo. Irish Lass 11. Mi Isaen, b. f. ::. by Inferno -Boyal Chine. astatio. b. g. :i. by Havoc Levis. Protessrt, b. g, ::. by Havoc -Pron Proa. s.a Lord. br. g, :;. by Vpsilanti 11.— Bes Wall. 1 "psilou. b. g, :;. by Vpsilanti II. - hinl.a. sir i.auncelot. b. g, ::. by Tpsllantl II. -Dolorea. Golden Jug. ch. g. 2. by Havoc— Crucbe dOr. Charon, eh. C, 2. by Inferno — Irish Witch. Sniitblicbi. br. e, 2. by Havoc -— Martrydom. Torn Silk. b. f. 2. by Have — Frou Ft on. All have done well through the arbiter. Maid of Prome lm only recently lieon taken up after a ie spile on account Of a Cracked heel. Two ol the three-year-olds, Xpsfloa and Sir Laaanlot, have gfJ never seen Woodbine before, being In that respeel ™r in the same position as their juniors. I hi | urog are a mosl interesting lot. and the sons of Cruchi dOr and Martyrdom, the latter a brother to Slaughter, give promise of rivaling the aebleve- l its of their dams. Cruche dOr, the good long distance mare, was winning races when ah was with foal with Golden Jug. Charon, the son of Inferno and Irish Witch, has an added Interest tr the tact that his dam Is s half-sister to the dam of Kenny more, the Derby favorite. Irish Witch Is bv Blalrflnde — Hag. while Kennymores dam, Crocenm, is by Martagoa — Hag. — Francis Nelson in Toronto Globe.