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July 17, 1972
Proverbially both hard headed and conscious of the pleasures of elegance, the French are at their finest in this 1,100-acre harness horse Training establishment at Grosbois, east of Paris. Several tracks—covered and...
February 14, 1972 | Kenneth Rudeen
The French consider their horses a noble race, individuals with almost human qualities, and none is more distinguished than the stallion and mare who put their titles on the line in the classic Prix d'Amérique
August 30, 1971 | William F. Reed
France's superb Une de Mai almost missed the Roosevelt International because of quarantine restrictions, but once in the U.S. she made all the other horses look sick
July 27, 1970 | Lynn Simross
One of the Frenchmen was sure to win the International Trot, but Joe O'Brien's eyes sparkled before the race. He knew his mare was ready
September 01, 1969 | William F. Reed Jr.
America's Nevele Pride was in front on the rail when a French challenger—on the outside all the way—made the four moves that wore down the favorite and won the International Trot