The right answer is no, it adds body to the CV; remember you want to keep this short and sweet. Along with this, many employers will not contact reference until after the interview stage has taken place. It is a sort of the unwritten rule amongst the working world.
Employers will take interest in the right candidate and should they feel they may have found them, they will take the time to utilise references before proceeding, you need something more to offer them in the interview process. “Oh yes, I spent time here and I also have references.” You will know immediately if they are interested by their response in the interview.