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KING EDWARDS IMPOSING STABLE. There is an impression in England that better fortuie is in store for King F.dward this year than has attended hint as a turfman for several seasons past, his c.-lt Pettier being estimated to have a formidable chance of winning the Derby. His stable for 1908 is a big one and is made up of the following horses: Calderstoiie. b. c. 2. by Persimmon Showbread. Coxcomb, br. h. 7. by Kilcock — Gaiety. Cut Diamond, b. f. 2. by Diamond Jubilee— Spyglass. Cynosure, eh. jr. 4. by Cylh-ne — Nenemoosha. La I.a. br. c, 2. by Ladas — La Carolina. Man- Lagrave. b. f. 2. by Diamond Jubilee — White Lilac. MiUOW, b. c. 2. by Cylleiu — Mother Siegel. Moorcock, eh. c 2. by Gallinule — Fair Jeans. Mountain Queen, eh. f. 2. Cyllem — Laodamia. Oakmere. b. e. 2. by Wilduower — Puff Rail. Pearl of the Loch, eh. f, :?.« by Persimmon — Loch Doon. PUT Contra, br. f. 2. by Persimmon — Courtly. Perambulator, b. .-. 4. by Persimmon — Spyglass. Perd ma, b. f. 2. bv Persimmon — Loch Doon. Pernor, b. c. .". by Persimmon — Amphora. Pe-sian I.ilac, br. f. ::. bv Persimmon— White Lilac. Prim Nun. hrv f. 2. by Persimmon — Nunsuch. Prince Pippin, b. e. 2. by Desmoud — Gix.dy Two Shoes. Princess de Calles. br. f. 2. by Gallinule —Bella. Rainfall, br. h. fs. bv Clwyd— Deluge. Roval Escort, eh. c, 2, by Diamond Jubilee— Ambleside. Saints Mead. b. f. 2. by St. Simon— Meadow Chat. Simnatica. br. f. :.. by SI. Simon- Laodamia. Slim i.ad. In . c. 4. by St. Simon — Laodamia. Bay colt. .". by Volodyoyski -4Juceu of the Mist.