New French Rule Not Retroactive.: Thoroughbreds Already Registered in French Stud Book Not Affected by Regulations., Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-16


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NEW FRENCH RULE NOT RETROACTIVE. Thoroughbreds Already Registered in French Stud Book Not Affected by Regulations. Pari-, fiance. March 15, M. l.odovic Guillemot, Director lies Hsras. who has charge of the French Stud. P. nek. i- quoted a- follows: "Horses which have come from America and an tlready registered In our stud biH.k i:i remain there. The papers relating to iHiligreea of horses of M — is. Vandeii.ili. H.mld Whitney. Belmont. Kobler and "iheis are in our hands and everythiug is in pel feci order. As for horses which max- be Imported after the new regulation g «- ini" effect on Saturday, the owners naturaRy will have tn comply with the French rules, bo matter from what country laey maj come. There can be no possible mlsunder standing. All that Is asked is c pllanee vx i tli our regulations, which arc in the best Interest of all panic-." M, tiulllemet asked to be allowed t" suggest t" the authors of the American stud Book that ii in-divided Into two parts, one pan in coatiin onlj American tboroaghhreds whose ancestry has been traced througfa eight general ions, the other to ill chide thoroughbreds whose ancestry contained well-defined strains showing American Inbreeding.

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