Brown at New Orleans: Says Havana Meeting is Improving in Both Racing and Average of Attendance, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-27


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BROWN AT NEW ORLEANS Says Havana Meeting Is Improving in Both Racing and Average of Attendance. H. D. "Curly" Brown, at one time extensively interested in race track management, and who formerly successfully operated the Laurel, Md., and Oriental Park, Havana, courses, and now extensively interested in breeding horses at his California ranch, was among the visitors during the day from Havana, where he has been on a visit of some duration. He stated that the Havana racing is improving steadily and that it will soon reach its peak. "There are more tourists in Cuba this winter than last year and the attendance this year at the track is greater than it was last year. The racing could not be improved on." Mr. Brown will only be here briefly before returning to his home in California. He expects to have his colors seen often with his home-bred products, now two-year-olds.

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