Fullon for the Remount: Shaughnessy Donation is to be Used for Army Breeding Purposes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-21


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| FULLON FOR THE REMOUNT Shaughnc3sy Donation Is to Be Used for Army Breeding Purposes. NEW YORK, N. Y.. June 20.— The breeding bureau of the Jockey Club has presented the chestnut horse Ftillon. by Friar Rock — ■ Miss Borgia, by imported Mortlake, recently donated to them by John Shaughnessy. to the Federal Remount Association, and he will be sent to the Front Royal station in Virginia within the next few days. The horse was inspected for the government Wednesday by Major Louis Beard and found of the right type. There is a shortage of the right kind of sires and the federal forces having to do with horse breeding are having a lot of trouble meeting the de- mands of the horse breeders and farmers of the different commonwealths.

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