Horse Racing: All in the Family

Julian Huxley once suggested that the world would be better off when everybody was a little tea-colored. Interbreeding may still be a radical concept as far as a lot of people are concerned, but it is old stuff to race horses. The field for last week's $150,000 Washington D.C. International at Laurel Race Course included ten horses from seven different countries, and it seemed more like a family reunion than a meeting of strangers.

Russia's Aniline, a strapping bay with a big white blaze, may have suffered through a dialectic childhood on a North Caucasus stud farm, but he was...

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