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ABOUT THE TWO-YEAR. OLDS. Lee Crest, by Goldcrest — Graoe Lee, which won the first time out for Burlew and ONeill at New Or-leaas, is a half brother to Coburg. Hilee, Glad Smile and Nostromo. He is an April foal and was bred by the late Major B. J. Thomas at Dixiana Stud. Bur-lew paid 25 for him July 5, last. Bonheur. by Ingoldshy — Royal Pna. was bred by C. W. Moore at the Mere Hill Stud. She is au April foal and was sold In July last to J. O. Keene for 4 •» . She Is a full sister to Cyuttica, Royal Legend and Ingleside. Playful Boy, by Plaudit — Manzanita II., was bred by John K. Madden at Hamburg Place and was sold at Saratoga last August to James Blute for 00. He is a March foal and ls a half brother to Conkllng. His dam was a good race mare. She won sixteen races, some stakes among them. Lackfoot, by Lackford — Shoes, was bred by Milton Young at McGratliiana Stud. He is a May foal. J. J. Walsh bought him for 00 last September. Shoes, his dam. is a young mare and is a half sister to Poor Boy. Little Barefoot, the second dam, was a stake winner. Creation, by Altainax — Recreation, was bred by Burns and Waterhouse at the Candelaria Stud Farm in California. He is an April foal and was sold to J. J. Follansbee for 1907.sh50 In July. He Is a full brother to Rockaway ami is a half brother to Recreo. His dam won four stakes and eleven other races. St. Doreen, by St. Dory — The Heroine, was bred by S. C. Lyne at Larchmont Stud. She is an April foal and was sold to the Kirkfield Stable in June for 50. She is a full sister to Bravery, and a halt sitter to Halberdier and Decoration. Her dam was a wiuunr.