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| t j | | I 1 i 1 . YEARLINGS SHIPPED TO NEW YORK. Lexington, Ky.. Jane 11. George Miller left here ibis efternoon for New York with twenty three thoroughbred .Man-lings, which are lo he -old al Sheepsheael Bay next Monday. Seventeen id the youngsters were bred by James c. Haggia ami raised under Millers care anil attention ai Lliiien dart Farm: lire are the property of Messrs. Ktnaea Stone and Bugehe Bncker and arere rahmd on their farm near Georgetown, while the other i- the prop-eilv of John II. MeYrris and was bred al his Bosque Bonita Farm near Versailles. Following is a list l In- young racers, whieli were shipped in two -a is: Property of J. B. Haggin. Brown colt by Waterboy- Colonial dam of IaJT ■Ian. W Bav or brown eolt bv Waterboy — Enterprise. Bav filly by Waterboy— Hamburg Belle. Bay filly by Waterboy — La Flour. Bay COlt bv Galveston — Lycllee Nut. Bay lilly by Hessian — MIdriea. Bay colt bv Star Ruby — Muriel. Brown lillv by Watercress — Ogalala. chestnut e-oit by Watercress — Pearl V. Bav lillv by Toddiagton — Pompndonra. Bav tillv by Galveston Rhhkr. Bay tilly by Star Ruby — Rosanlia. Bay colt by Siar Ruby — Sobrieiuel. Brown tillv by Galveston -Kepicdaddle. Bav tillv bv Watcrliov— Star. Bav lillv bv Galveston— Sweet Lavender. Black colt by Waterboy— Yvenette. Property of Stone and Rucker. Chestnut liilv bv Hastings— Carmen Sylva. Bay tilly by Hastings— Ano. Chestnut lilly by Canard — Tinker. Chestnut tilly by Krontenac — Root finch. Cheslnut lilly by Hurst Bark — Ooqnetllh Property of John H. Morris. Chestnut coll by Samson— Flowers, lie -tar of tie- I-.lmeeeloi f shipment is probably the Pear] V. colt. He looks much like Sal va tor did. The Colonial colt is much like his sire. Waterboy. l-ow dead.