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BELMONTS PROMISING YEARLINGS Lexington, Ky., August 25. Mrs. Edward Kane, who succeeded her late husband as manager of August Belmonts Nursery Stud, says a more promising collection of yearlings than the fifteen shipped this week to Belmont Park to enter training nexer left the farm. Tiiey are all named, as follows: Catsiwiw. ch. f, by Lemberg Cattish. Corner Stone, br. c, by Trap Bock Crossways. Duchess lMce, b. f, by Fair Play Dragnet. Fair and Square, ch. c. by Fair Play Felicity. Gold Vale. br. f, by Watervale Bock of Gold. High Stakes, b. f, by Fair Play Haute Uoehe. Lady Lusty, ch. f, by Trap Rock Luxury. Money Lender, b. c, by Lemberg Moueta. Royal Mint, ch. f, by Marajax Royal Coinage. Surplice, b. f, by Fair Play Surcingle. Tailor Maid, ch. f, by Fair Play Toggery. Tippler, b. c, by Watervale Tipto. Title, ch. c, by Trap Bock Toucan. Triumphant, ch. c, by Flint Itock AVhlte Born. Virago, br. f, by Fair Play Violet Ray. The last-named four were bred in France at the naras de Vlllors Stud and came over last December. At the farm here remain ten colts and seven fillies that will be sent east in the near future.