Getting at Head and Tail of It, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-19


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a w — GETTING AT HEAD AND TAIL OF IT Out of a long range exchange of epistolatory artillery come two registered hits by Colonels John 1*. Madden and Thomas Welsh the opening range finder was a famed at the raag* of male influence in breeding. ll was recorded ill the Thoroughbred Record, and this WBI 1olonel Mad-deas answer: "In reply to Mr. T. Welshs inquiry I beg to state for his information that the produce of the she-ass by a stallion resembles the horse having his tail. mane, legs and feet and sometimes the head — thus again emphasizing the influence of the male. J. F. M ARDIWV The Welshian "retort eourteous" took this foim: "In regard to the jackass controversy. Mr. Mad- den is nearly right. The produce of the horse and the ma:e BM has his or her head. tail, maue und feet in the same pa it of his or her IkhI.v as the borne, but otherwise I cannot see a very great ro semblance. T. WFLSH." . . — — a » — —

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