Expects Company at Epsom, Daily Racing Form, 1908-11-19


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EXPECTS COMPANY AT EPSOM. A breeder and owner of race hbrses for several years past remarked the other day that if he could arrange his business affairs to suit him he would certainly see some racing in England next year. He Is even thinking seriously of taking a stallion or two and about twenty mares over there and .establishing a small breeding farm of his own. The breeding and racing of thoroughbreds has been rattier an erpenslve luxury for this gentleman, i but he has had some success and said: "I dont regret the expense. When I went in for breeding and racing I did not expect to make money. My principal regret, over the turn racing affairs has taken is that I have lost the only amusement I cared anything about. I do not care for baseball and some of the other sports, but I am very fond of racing, and If I can I certainly will go where the sport is to be enjoyed. Doubtless there are many others like myself .and I should not be surprised to meet many friends at Epsom on next Derby day."

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