Macomber Tells of French Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1921-09-07


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MACOMBER TELLS OF FRENCH RACING NEW YORK, N. Y., September i. A. K. Ma-eomher, the well-known American turfman, is a recent arrival here from Paris. He expressed himself as agreeably surprised over the wonderful transformation of the Belmont Iark course. Mr. Macomber expects: to remain in this country about a month and then" return to Paris. Speaking almut French racing Mr. Macomber sUid: Great crowds attend the races at all the principal meetings in France and the thoroughbred is as popular as ever with the French people. The presence of Prince Aga Khan at the Deauville sales of yearlings was a godsend for the Fvehch breeders, as he bought practically every desirable voungstei-that was offered."

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