Losses To The Breeding Industry., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-13


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LOSSES TO THE BREEDING INDUSTRY New York February 12 A prominent breeder of thoroughbreds calls attention to the fact that in the past two seasons more than twenty thoroughbred stallions have been shipped away from this country and more than 700 mares lost to the native breeding Industry In the same time the only thoroughbred importations have been St Savin leased for two seasons by Irving II Wheatcroft and Red Fox imported CanadaThe by the Dyments to Canada The principal stallions that have been sent to for ¬ eign lands are Ethcjbert Irish Lad McChesuey Kinley Mack Kilmaruock Adam First Water Octagon Henry of Navarre Dicudonne Hawkswick Gerolstein and several others These stallions are scattered in France England Argentina and Ger ¬ many as well as other foreign countries Tim count of mares includes the yearling fillies that were sent marketsThe to foreign markets The depletion of the studs is a direct consequence of tho legislation that has harassed racing in the past few years throughout the country and breeders generally deplore the condition that has brought about the loss of so many valuable animals

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