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STILL THOROUGHBRED HEADQUARTERS. In the bloodstock market there was a better r tone thanks not a little to purchases affected by American buvers. and from what I hear the Ameri-can buviug "is bv no means exhausted, a state of f affairs which, although highly desirable from a ■ sellers |H iiit f vi -w. is none the less regrettable . to some extent, for a good many of our liest bred J colt ami fillies— the latter especially— will thus !«■ losl. We have, however, always the one great t consolation lhat it is in these islands alone that t tlie thoroughbred horse continues to thrive, and that t it is lo British-bred stock that foreign breeders are obliged to cine in order to procure fresh strains ■ of vitalizing blood for the maintenance and Improvement of their own thoroughbred horses — London News of tlie World.