Pure Bred Stallions for Breeding, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-01


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PURE BRED STALLIONS FOR BREEDING ALBANY, N. Y., February 28. Stallions without verified, authentic and recognized registration in their respective breeds and families will not be allowed to "be used for breeding purposes In this state if a bill introduced to that effect by Assemblyman Charles P. Miller of Genesee becomes a law, and which most likely will be, judged by tin? indorsement it lias received from active horse breeders all over the state. Inder the new law so-called grades and scrubs will not receive a license from the State Agricultural Department and their use is forbidden by the breeding public. Scrubs and grades are defined uk meaning stallions whose sires were not registered properly or their dams in the second generation. For the current year these stallions will he allowed at a fee of 0, while those already belonging to a recognized type will get a certificate for S3, if new, or be charged only for renewal. Stud books and registers kept by breeding associations properly organized, either in this or other states, will be recognized, and all stock used for breeding must be regularly registered under tho rulings of such association. It is fully expected that the passage of this bill will drive a large number of grade or scrub stock out of horse breeding. The bill is strongly indorsed by the New York State Association of Horsemen.

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