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A BLESSING IN DISGUISE. Lexingtim. K] . March II B. I! Braalle] cm, skiers In. barring of American Hnsnaigbbreds from tin- French Stud Cook a blessing in disguise to the I tilled Stale-. " IXporl a t i.m of our thoroughbred hi I." be aays. "would uatarall] deteriorate the thoroughbred strain In America of -it i in blo.nl line-that are the foundation of our best horse-, particn larly our saddle lusrses, trotters and ruaaers. "Breediag is at a low ebb in America al Ibe present day. The majority of advertised stallion- ten years ago would not serve an average of three mares a season Th •r.-fore we cannot afford to lose sarh l.lo.,;| lines .1- Voter. Himyar, and ibe -train which pi oiluci-il lioniino. Disguise and other glial ones belonging to the Uoeen Marj famBy. Ii was ■ great kaw to breeding when Mr. Belmont allowed Ihe Trench to claim Rock Sand their own Person-ill] 1 im glad that the] have -lopped iinporla t ion. It would be a great I i fol breeders In America If ever] other conntrj in Ihe universe would do the same."