Great Revival of English Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-06


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GREAT REVIVAL OF ENGLISH RACING LEXINGTON. Ky.. February 5. In tin; course of a letter received here a day or two ago E. E. Coussell. secretary of the British Blo-jdstoek Agency, Loudon, says: "We look forward to a great -tftlvancemcnt of racing in England this year; naturally better than the last four or five years. Indeed, we nit her doubt if there will be enough horses to go reuml the smaller meetings, and we can well imagine some will be abandoned for lack of entries. "Races at. country meetings will be easy to win tills year, so that as everything in training has a chance there is hardly likely to be much selling. On the other hand, the position will be that some of the better bred horses being able to acquire a greater racing reputation will be for sale as stallions at reasonable prices toward the end of the year. AH of the best horses of the last four years have been beyond the reach of anyone, even when their owners consented to name a price, which they rarely did."

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