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HORSES IN THE W. J. YOUNG STABLE. The Irish Crack Trevisco Among the Three -Year-Olds for Training. W. J. Young, whose barn annually houses many high-class winners, will hold an unusually strong land in racing in 1917. bath in th - abler division and among the juveniles. There are twenty -two horses in his charge at present, twelve of which are two-year-olds, and all of these horses will be •hipped to Louisville this week to go into winter quarters at Douglas Park: Three-Year-Olds and Over. The Grader, b. g, 7, by Orlando— My Fair Kentucky, by Ingoldsby. Water Witch, b. m. 5. by Watercress — Miss Crittenden, by Royal Flush II. Dulse, oh. c, 4. by Disguise — Nethersole, by Tournament. Dr. Moore, eh. c, 4, by Disguise — Lardelln, by Lackford. Iriad. oh. f, 4, by Star Shoot— Third-third, by Sir Dixon. Midway, eh. c, 3, by Ballot— Thirty-third, by Sir Dixon. Rosewood, ch. f, 3, by Magneto — Rose Tree II., by Bona Vista. Waterblue, b. o, 3, by Watcrboy — Degenerate, by Tenny. Valor, ch. e, 3. by P.allot— Muriel, by Watercress. Trevisco, ch. c, 3, by Tredennis — The Test, by John o Gaunt. Two -Year-Olds. Great Gull. b. e, by Bryn Mawr — Flaming Flamingo, by Cesarion. Peter Hastings, b. g, by Peter Quince — Anna Hastings, by Hastings. Brown colt, by Broomstick — Christmas Star, by-Star Shoot. Day colt, by P.nrgomaster-— Quagmire, by Fiddlesticks. Lay colt, by Hilarious— Responsful, by Meddler. Day colt, by Transvaal — Humming Dee, by Hamburg. Chestnut gelding, by Stalwart — Margaret Hastings, by Hastings. March Wind, br. f. bv Sweep — Lardella. by Laek-ford. Day filly, by Plaudit — Raglets, by His Highness. Chestnut filly, by Ieter Quince — Little Oasis, by P.i lvidere. Chestnut filly, by Peter Quince — Handzarra, by Hatuls. 1. Drown filly, by Sain — Rosa Prim, by Primrose.