Borzoi Hunt—Hounds to the hare, read a sign in northern California pointing the way to one of the rare hunts in the U.S. by the fleet dogs often miscalled Russian wolfhounds. Beyond the sign this dog displayed his speed in hot pursuit of a jackrabbit. Fast and fierce despite their patrician look of bored elegance, Borzois originally were bred to hunt wolves in Imperial Russia. California rabbits mostly eluded them by hiding under barbed wire fences.
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Nov. 27, 1961
Tournaments through December 27
- By M. R. Werner
The winner of more than 200 racetrack doubles tells his adventures in folly and glory in 18 years at mutuel windows. He explains how he does and doesn't do it—without system but with hope
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