England Bars Enemies From Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-20


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ENGLAND BARS ENEMIES FROM RACING Following the action of the Belgian Jockey Club it is proposed to bar alien enemy horses from the ISritish turf This is supplemented by an intima ¬ tion to the keeper of the Stud Book the famous old firm of Messrs Woalherby that any statements from Germany as to pedigrees will require special scrutiny and suspicion The rule ns brought in by Lord Jersey at the annual meeting of the Jockey Club reads as follows followsThat That it be an instruction to the registry office that until further notice no entries for races under Jockey Club rules be accepted for horses the prop ¬ erty of any persons being German Austrian Hun ¬ garian Bulgarian or Turkish subjects or in which such persons have any interest whatsoever Also that should any application for admission to the Stud Book of horses the property of such persons or bred in or imported from those countries be re ¬ ceived by Messrs Weatherby Son they be re ¬ quested to give special consideration to the cir ¬ cumstances under which horses have been stolon from Belgian owners and the doubt which must prevail as to the genuineness or any certificates received from Germany GermanyThe The light value of the German word will be properly appraised

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