Changing Conditions In Breeding., Daily Racing Form, 1910-11-24


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CHANGING CONDITIONS IN BREEDING German thoroughbred breeders are asking whether England has been able to maintain her supremacy on the race course since owners and breeders in the country designated as the home of racing gibe obstinately at all the international events which bring their produce in competition with that of other countries According to the Deutscher Sport the American foals introduced iu Germany at the liquidation of the stud of Mr Haggiu and knocked out at public auction without reserve with their dams have been more than successful Six of them have won during the past season 8350 or more than double the sum of 3500 for which they were sold as foals with their dams Another danger for the English market lies ill the progress made in breeding in the Argentine Republic where the cli ¬ mate and general surroundings have proved so favorable for the herds of oxen and the flocks of sheep the magnitude of which reads like some fairy talc Diamond Jubilee Jardr Val dOr Le Samar itcin Cylleue and WInkflelds Pride with other good sires have been bought for South America and have been joined by the yearlings and the foals from the stud of Count de Ganay GanayWith With a iiopulatlon of some seven millions It is impossible to give racing that extension which would correspond with the increase In the nuinhfr of thor ¬ oughbreds annually foaled in the Republic so that in time the equine exports from Rio de la Plata will increase in importance aud compete with t he home market Toronto Globe

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