Brood Mares In Battle: English Writer Tells of Strange Feud between Matrons at Cobham., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-23

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BROOD MARES IN BATTLE English Writer Tells of Strange Feud Between Matrons at Cobham. It is mentioned by the special commissioner of the l¬Ľndon Sportsman that while on their way from the Argentine to England at the end of last year, two brood mares took a dislike to each other. They were in iidjoining boxes on the voyage, and had bitten one another on the cheek more than once. They were taken to Cobham on arrival in Kngland. and some days later, during a spell of line weather, were turned out in a paddock with others. They immediately took the opportunity of having it out." and la a ten-minutes light, one mare established her superiority. Fomentations were necessary after the fight, but now the marcs run peaceably together in the same paddock.


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