Racing Furnishes Desired Test., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-21


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RACING FURNISHES DESIRED TEST TESTThe The assertion that racing does not tend to tho general improvement of the breed of horses involves the assumption that European government buyers who pay 125000 or more for Derby winners in Englaed are in need of instruction from our back township critics We have a few who mistake eager ¬ ness for competence but that hardly qualities thsnt to enlighten experts The buyers of winners oC great rares make their selections because they want such as have shown preeminence under the only test recognized throughout the world tho tria tin course These purchases are not for the put of begetting ryes horses and they are made bv or ¬ ganization with which horsebreeding has passed the experimental stage Toronto Globe

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