REN� CERISOLESVice-Consul of France in Boston
"They have horse sense. In France, we don't have the same kind of racing crowds you have in America. Ours are social. There is no emphasis on gambling. They're primarily interested in horse breeding. Jockeys are instructed to let their mounts use horse sense in a race."
ALEX M. ROBB, Bronxville, N.Y.
Secretary and Treasurer, Belmont Park
"No, not really. Race horses are creatures of habit. They are like kindly, passive people. They have good hearts, a good deal of instinctive courage and are tremendously willing. I think it's more habit and training than intelligence that prompts them to do what is expected of them."