Norway after American Bloodstock, Daily Racing Form, 1916-03-28


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NORWAY AFTER AMERICAN BLOODSTOCK. New York. March 27. — Mr. Chr. AVriedt. an envoy of tin- Norwegian department of agriculture, is in New York to buy a thoroughbred stallion of American breeding for the Norwegian government. His Instructions are to get the joint blood of Pan Brush anil Domino. Two st.illions have already been recommended, Yandergrift and Thee Cook. Yandergrift is by Uvu Brush out of the ] Domino mare Noonday, ami Thee Cook is by Ben Brash Climax, by Domino. The Norwegian go* -eminent has maintained a horse breeding department for many years ami is now looking for im-:■■ ■• ment in the stock. Hence the mission of Mr. Wriedt to get the Ben Brush — Domino strain into Norwegian remount establishment. The four-year-old Bazzano. which is being educated for cross-country work, has shown so promisingly that II. L. Pratt has been offered .S5.000 for Ir was refused. Mr. Pratt saying he was as anxhmo as any one to own a good steeplechaser. Secretary Prod Refaberger has issued his book for the spring meeting at Havre de Crave. It has thirteen stakes; overnight purses run from .*!00 to 8808 ami there are quite a number of races at a mile and longer scheduled.

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