Ex-Trainer Harry Brown Dies in California at 69, Daily Racing Form, 1959-05-04


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Ex-Trainer Harry Brown Dies in California at 69 DUARTE, Calif., May 2. — Former trainer Harry E. Brown, 69. of Baldwin Park, died Thursday night at St. Teresita Hospital, Durate, following a prolonged heart condition. Brown, who had trained horses for the Prince of Wales, B. W. Landy and Clifford Mooers, has campaigned on all the major U. S. tracks and in Mexico and Cuba. He was perhaps best known for his Tippity Witchet, one of the truly iron horses of all time. Tippity Witchet raced 266 times, won 78, was second 52 times and third on 42 occasions. His last conditioning job was for Mooers with Traffic Judge as one of his charges. He leaves his widow, Catherine; three brothers, Charles E., O. L. and Claude, and a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Buck. j Services will be held Monday at Rose Hill ! Cemetery. Rainbow Chapel, in Whittier.

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