RIVAL HORSE SHOWS WILL OPEN THIS WEEK IN MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
AND THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY.
trctlv ud to date will the former be, while the latter will display bones, fossile and equine styies a millions years old, which show the remote original of the horse, inter-
Full of life sna fashions s mediate stag«s and the finished product
kpoi-mpparion AN EXTINCT HORSE OF THZ RACEHORSE OF TO-DAY
NEOhIPPA GRG R O EAT * SWIFTNESS. Ske.eton of the great Sysonby, which won about $^o,ooo^. stakesjor James R. Keene. Bones arranged « they wr,
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EOHIPPUS, THE "DAWN HORSE" <*~
HYPOHIPPUS, THE FOREST HORSE. THREE MILLION YEARS AGO.
Beneath him . skeleton of Eobippus far companion as to size. Hypohippus was about forty mches h.gh ana of modern fo ,
toes touched the grouna. comparison as to stze-
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1908.
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