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TREVISC0 OUT WITH BOWED TENDON. English Colt Belonirj: to K. D. Alexander Has Been Retired to the Stud. Lexington, Ky.. June 22 -Kenneth l». Alexanders English roll Tre isco, so,, of Treiiennis The Test, is ;,; John 11. Morris- Bosque Rouita Vara in Woodford County. ariUi a bowed tendon thai speBs i retirement frsea racing. Aa ;; matter of fact, lie alreadj i- at the stun, for he waa mated with the s, yeai old mar.- March, daughter of Sams,,!, Forelock, dam of Forehead, Poretop and Forward. "It is unfortunate that this horse could not have -.von a race or two in this country before his br down," said Mr. M-.:-.is as the handsome big chest nut --tail, on was 1, d from the commodious barn through tin- sunlight to the shad- of one of the magnificent bnronk trees, which were the pride of that noble sportsman and breeder General Abe Bu ford. "This ia an extreme! fast horse, bul Ins trouble seemed t be the abrupt and short turns on our tracks, yet be waa learning to get .-round them in b I style. He will make an Immense horse, bat I am not going to d- any predicting for him as a sin- until I see ids first s.,,, ,,,- daughter." The yearlings at Bosque Bonita number eleven, and they are an exceptionally good looking crop. iic each are owned by Kenneth Alexander and J. 1. Mcfieoagk and the oth r nine, all of which an-by Plaudit, are the property of Mr. Morris he hav-ag had Plaudit at Bosque Bonita for two years. He eertai-iiy made no mistake in hiring the sou of Himyar Cinderella from John 1: Madden. lit could not nossiblj have nvested ,400 to better advantage. Colt Counterpart of His Sire Plaudit. The bay colt foaled by Wild Thistle, dam of Iilue Thistle, easily is worth doable that sum and will bring it whea Mr. Morris disposes of him. There was never foaled a coll that loeka more like his sire than does this fellow, lie is formed, col orcd and marked, even t the white liars at the root of his tail, like Il.-iudit. Mr. Morris says hia habits and characteristics are much like these of his sir--, though at times he does some thing! and has some ways like his ma tern.-. I grandsirc, Knight of the Thistle, which was for eg long in this ret eraa turfmans care. It was noted that all of the Plaudits, sucklings as well as yearlings, on the farm have the same black stripe down the hack that Ptandit has. . sensible, worthy -looking big celt la the yearling foaled by Besult, dam of Jim Wakely. The colt Tardy is ijniek ia his actions and will be an early v .11111 ■: ■■ li irri ;g ai : 1 dints and mishaps in train, 1. The black colt foaled by Affect i- compactly made and of good type. The celt from PMemoat, half-sister to Perward. is a well furnished hav. The brewa celt fueled i ;. Lady Charcot hi hig and rough and. with his droopy ems and hold stride, resembles King James at the same age not a little. , beau tifull] made, racy -looking, small chestnut filly is the daughter of that fast mare Ilaiaizarra. Abbie C.a filly is well made and has a splendid head. Crownlets first foal to live is a Short hacked, quick moving, SBSOOth-loofcrng filly. Mr. McOeongha yearling is a strikingly handsome hay filly by Fair Ilay GoUea Fancies. Mr. Alexanders is a hay colt by Broomstick Starry Night, and lie surely will he a race horse of the wear-ami tear order. Starry Night now has at foot a chest nut colt by Fair ilay. Golden Fancies has a brown fiily by ITiudit. Other mares having fillies by Plaudit at foot are La Beeatt, Chin Chin. Mollie EBiott, March, Tardy and Mary Morris. The mares suckling colts by ll.iudit are Wild Thistle, Antipathy ami Miss Charcot. Kenneth Alexanders Andrijosa has a chestnut colt by Ivan the Terrible which looks like that sire.