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BELVIDERE ELEVENTH IN SIRE LIST. Throngs the reaaarkaUe achievements of Thoaaas Hit, -hock. .Irs -eld, tit: Salvidere. Mr. .lames Gal-ways Belvidere is one of the leading twenty stallions In America for BMW. Belvidere is now twenty-three years old and will make nae season of 1:107 at Mr. .1. ]!. Yileys Stonewall Stud, near Midway. K . Mr. Galway having transferred his mares to that place from the lreakness Stud in New Jersey. This year he will serve a few approved mares aside from those of his owner at a fee of 8199. BeividereJ is 1 full brother to Sir Dixoa, being by Billet, out of Jaconet, by Leamington and was bred by Colonel !■:. 1". Clay a: tin- Runny saede Brad near laris. Ky. He was sold as a e.irling to Milton H. Sanlord, then the owner of the lreakness Stable, in whoso Colors he was raced for four seasons, being retired to the stud in the spring of IS.hi. As a .wo v car-oid Belvidere started in eight race* and won one. the Bed Bank Stakes at Mnninoutn Iul.. in which he beat, Puzzle a s|,.,ri head. As ;i three-year-old in iss7. he won two races owl of iifiecn starts. 1.1 a fvw handicap at Moaaaonth Park lie defeated Poatieo and Barns and at Sheens bead Bay be easily won the Reapers stakes from tot dOr and GoUah. As a four year old he WM one of he best haiidhap horses of 1SHS. He won nine races in twenty slarts. five of them in sue cession, lb- began this sequence with .1 victory in a handicap at Ciavcsend. then took the Van Cort-iiii.lt Stakes in, I two days later won the Fonlhani Handicap, then a handicap sweepstakes, and finally tlie Westchester Handicap, all at Jerome Park. His next Victory was in a handicap sweepstakes at Shecpsiicad Bay. His next triumph was in the Long Branch Handicap at Monmouth Park, In whicli he licked Flkwood, Kingston. Favor. Kurus, ami others, ins next saeeesa was in a free bamaneaai at Moaaaoath Park, and his last victory was in the Delaware Handicap when Harrison brought him home three parts of a hag Hi in front of Kurus. As a live year old he r; ly two ra.es. In the first, a handicap at Gravest ad, he was second to Panama, and in the other he was unplaced. Following isj the ri -d of the performances o! his get in p.Mlt;: P.DIA IIUKK. b. h. 1884, by BUM Jaconet, by l.e iniington. ,. Horse. Age.sts. 1st. 2.1. .hi. Dam Ami. Banker 4 I.t :: 2 :: 11 $ 2.«40 Belcast 2 22 4 2 :. 11 4 270 Belle Kinney t 1 o 11 o a Bellindlan 4 34 10 4 s 1- 3744 ,:,h,ir :: 4 1 O 1 2 :;:, J;isUtc 4 22 1 1 1 pi 375 Sri*"*1*1. • 2 2 2 1 -1 ir. soo Brigantlne :; u n o 0 i; . Calabria 4 1 o 0 1 , Delsebosa »j 7 ,, ,, ,, j Grongrain 4 11 1 1 o 0 875 Hopeless .• o 0 O l | Judge Parker .* 2 t 0 0 J ,/-r,"M-c ■■.,■.," 4 :;: ,; s 3 16 2.17.-. Little loin, linker, s 1 0 t 0 1 . Millers Daughter... 4 10 o 0 O 10 . •S:llvil 1 2 7 0 1 O I 51.088 s- Boats 5 1 o o o 2 — Thank Haven 5 4 o 0 0 4 T"11 213 34 20 25 134 1907.shG,1U Nineteen starters: nine winners.