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WELCOME DONATIONS TO BREEDING BUREAU. Not Only Stallions hut Marcs of Sizo and Substance of Any Brccdng Acceptable. New York, June 28. — Algernon DahsgeifsEM, ns-Rbttaal secretary of me Jockey Club, has notified hois a in ii that the Breeding ihireau is md only accepting stallii ns for distribution among th" farmers of the state, hut mare, of size ami sab stance, of any breed will be welcome. "I hose who have marcs wl.h ii thev would like to find a good home for." said Mr. Biingerlu Id. ••will please n member that the Jockey Club will be glad to obtain as many as possible of a type that will throw useful foals. In contributing th- m they will be ciicouraging th" breeding oi the best type of horse for gem r.-.l purpose use. The opinion has prevailed that the Jockey Club is accepting only stallions, but mares of size and substance of any breed, harness, saddle or draught, will be welcome." The above state meal was made in connection writs tin- announcement of the rei i lit donatio; of three sphndid animals to the Bureau. Two of the number came from A. K. Ilacaaaher, who daaated the French-bred three year old I*- Chevesae, by Arc de Triumph, — l„-i -agonic and the two-year old lcrenne. by Ossary — Oraiaa. Both are fine individuals, bay-iu color and they arc beautifully bred. Are ilc Trioniphe being foaled by La Kleehe, one of the greatest mares the turf has ever known. Oscar L"wisohn contributed a fine type of thoroughbred sire in Boderie, by Deaaasant, a aaa of St. Simon. The dam of Boderie is Docragh. by ilaeki-r. tin sire of the Liverpool Grass! Natioaal ariaaer, Covert oat and other bsaaaa jumpers. Deaassad was owned by Lord Duiir.iveii and he was om of the highest priced sires at stud in Ireland. Mr. Lewisohn is authority for the staiem-iit that Boderie was sold for 10,000 as a yearling. Th" horse is now four rears old and will be sent to the Ashantee Stud of Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth. at Avoa. arhete he will have the finest type of marcs to be found in the Giaesee alhy as consorts. His influence should be felt to a marked degree in the hunter product- of th • futii" in that region. La Chevesne will have a home at the Khineheck estate of I.. Cordon Ilammersley. in the Millbrook Hunt district, in the vicinity of Ioughkeepsie. while I.ronne will Is- a Untied to Harry W. Shoemaker, who has a fine farm in the vicinity of Beading, la.