Sport: Horsefolk

The National Horse Show, the U. S. No. 1 equine exhibition, has always been an excuse for female socialites to show off their minks and ermines. Last week, however, when this annual event was held in Manhattan's Madison Square Garden, women in practical clothes outshone their sisters in finery.

¶Leading lady horse shower was grey-haired Mrs. Loula Long Combs, a Kansas City horsewoman with 30 years of National competition behind her. Mrs. Combs' harness horses won her eight first-place blue ribbons. A brown mare named Admiration helped her to five of them.

¶Mrs....

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