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1 : I 1 ■ I YOUNGSTERS IN KIM PATTERSONS CHARGE. Lexington. Ky.. February 10. — Trainer Kimball Patterson, who last year and the year before ban died the horses of W. H. Laudcman. the local bookmaker, and who prior to that time had a di vision of the stable of the late Captain S. S. Brown. will this year train a public stable. He returned from New Orleans Sunday and has taken quarters for six two-year olds at the Kentucky Association course. About April 1 he will ship to Belmont Park, where lie exi ocls to have a string of eighteen or twenty horses throughout the seasou. Four of the youngsters iu the Patterson barn at this time are the property of James MacManus. the California bookmaker, and the other two belong to Rody .Marshall. th Pittsburg lawyer. The MacManus four are: Belleek. b. f. by Sempronius — Belle Swift. Howth. cli. c. by HawkswickBit of Spiee. Rosclare, b. f. by Sempronius — Clarmle. Slioiteui. ch. c. by Nasturtium — Haste. The two belonging to Mr. Marshall are: Morning Hours, b. f. by Yankee - Rapine. Bank.-e. b. f. by Yankee —Banishment. Howth. Belleek and Koselatv are named for towns In Ireland. Howth was bred by H. T. Oxnard at the Blue hiilge Stud iu Yirginia and is the third foal of his dam. an imported mare by Popper and Salt. His hall brothers. Allspi,-,. ..,,,,1 Ah.-ra.lo. aa*« never raced. Belleek is a« half sister to ut Ulass. Conjuress. Willie Newcoinb and Golly Ping. Short .ut is a half-brother to Inspect and May Fllen. Rosclare is a full sist.-r to Nunil«r One. Tins,. youngsters are In good winter condition and have shown speed enough in their yearling trials to make them worth while as racing prospects.