To Seek Liberty in Russia, Daily Racing Form, 1908-11-19


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TO SEEK LIBERTY IN RUSSIA. New York, November IS. Charles Reed, the veteran horseman and breeder, who purchased the stallion. St. Blaise, years ago for 00,000, has decided to sell his property In this city and says he will go to Russia to live in future. Mr. Reed declares that he cannot enjoy life without betting on the horses and that he has been in the habit of playing six races a day on the local tracks, but now that the sport has been crippled, perhaps permanently here., he says that he must go to the czars country, where races go on all day. beginning early in the morning. "I can get plenty of action in Russia," said Mr. Reed, the other day, "and that is what I need in my old age."

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