Captain Brown May Not Sell, Daily Racing Form, 1907-10-09


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CAPTAIN BROWN. MAY NOT SELL. The announcement made several weeks ago that Captain AV. Harry Brown had decided to sell the famous Senorita Stud must have been premature. Ever since he Inherited the racing stable and thoroughbred stud, made up of some of the finest bred racers, stallions and broodmares in the country from his brother, the late Captain Sam Brown of Pittsburg, he lias contemplated selling Senorita Stud. The announcement has been made several times during the past year. Mr. Brown did not inherit from his brother S. S. Brown the latters enthusiasm for racing. He did sellthe horses in the stable which were in racing shape at the advice of his trainer, Robert Tucker, and disposed of others at the Fasig-Tipton sales in November. Captain Brown still has the stallions and mares he acquired witli Senorita Stud, and also has a bunch of good looking youngsters in charge of Peter AVimmer at Brighton Beach. Captain Brown is still undecided as to the disposition of his property and may decide to go in for racing himself with the famous cherry and blue as his colors.

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