American Horses for French Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-21


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AMERICAN HORSES FOR FRENCH RACING NEW YORK, N. Y., November 20. There will be an exodus of horses sail from here to France early in December. W. T. Wilkinson has decided to ship nearly a dozen horses he purchased from A. K. Macomber to France for jumping races. They will go with the Macomber consignment of twenty-five head. All have been schooled, by Lewis. Garth. The latter will not go to France, but remain here with Royee Rools and all the horses left in this neighborhood by Mr. Macomber, who will also send three others from California to the Garth farm in Virginia, whore they will bo wintered. Mr. Wilkinson expects to sail for France November 29 and will remain there during the comiug racing season. He does not expect to return until 1921. Wilkinson will have no flat racers in France unless he buys some there. Mr. Macomber will race iu France this coming season, having a collection of young horses lie purchased from Mr. Joseph Widener this year iu addition to those going over this month.

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