Liz Whitney said she would sell all her show horses except her white stallion Bon Nuit, concentrate on racing.
Richard Mifflin Kleberg, Texas Congressman and head of big, famed King Ranch, gave the Brazilian Government two fine bulls of the breed developed by King Ranch.
Mrs. Albert Payson Terhune announced that she might sell four of her late husband's nine famed dogs. His will, drafted when there were 35 dogs in the Sunnybank kennels, forbade selling them to city dwellers, empowered his widow to have nonsalable animals put to death.
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