Restrictive Regulations In Argentina.: American Thoroughbred Virtually Shut Out by Action of Buenos Ayres Jockey Club., Daily Racing Form, 1910-11-08


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BESTEICTIVE REGULATIONS IN ARGENTINA American Thoroughbred Virtually Shut Out by Action of Buenos Ayres Jockey Club ClubNew New York November 7 Matt Byrnes who went to the Argentine Republic with a consignment of J B Haggins thoroughbreds has forwarded to Mr Haggin a copy of the Buenos Ayres Standard of October 9 which contains the following state ¬ ment At a meeting of the racing committee held at the Jockey Club on Thursday last it was resolved to create a new law treating on the participation of imported horses on the Palermo and other race courses under the jurisdiction of the Jockev Club ClubThe The new law reads as follows followsNo No 1 In all hippodromes under the patronage of the Jockey Club at present subjected to the old regulations it is understood that in future all the ordinary races will be open only to animals born and bred in the Argentine No 2 Imported horses will only be aide to compete In classics and special races provided for them by the Jockey Club ClubNo No 3 The new law will take effect from the first of September prox and will onljr applv to horses imported into the Argentine aiM inscribed in the Argentine Stnd Book after that date The dateThe Standard goes on to say Matt Byrnes auction of American thoroughbreds announced in our todays issue Is fortunately freed from the above law as they have been inscribed and imported Into Argentina several months ago Now that a fixed law has been set down regarding imported stock buyers have a splendid and last opportunity of acquiring some of the best liloxl stock ever imported into the Argentine from North America James B Haggins thoroughbreds are at present stationed at Merio Station F C O and can be inspected any day The consignment con ¬ sists iOf fortysix magnificent colts and fillies by Watercress Goldfinch Star Ruby Greenan Mimic Royal Flush III and Salvator SalvatorThis This action of the Argentinians will virtually shut out of that country the American thoroughbred as well as the English and will operate against further shipments from this country

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