Horse Association Dines, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-08


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HORSE ASSOCIATION DINES The third annual banquet of the Horse Association of America, held last evening at the Drake Hotel, was one of the most successful affairs of the season. Officials of the Illinois Jockey Club were guests of the Horse Assocaition and a short address was made by Secretary Bourke on the local situation. Robert McDougal, president of the Chicago Board of Trade, spoke on the subject "The Relation Between Animal Motive Power and the Price of Grain." Arthur B. Hancock of Paris, Ky., a noted breeder and authority on thoroughbreds and racing, spoke on his recent observations in Europe. Brigadier General George V. H. Moseley, commander of the sixth corps area, had as his subject, "When the Horse Goes Forth to War." Several other prominent authorities on breeding and racing made after-dinner addresses. John A. Scott, of the Northwestern University, was toastmastcr of the evening.

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