The Brownleigh Park Stud., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-13


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THE BROW1TLEIGH PARK STUD New York February 12 New York State can UK of the best aiipoiuted stock farms in n section of the country in the Prown leigh Park Stud OWIKM by Grant Hugh Browne at Goshen The rolling ground of Orange County is ideal for breeding or training purposes and nature supplies it with the kind of water essential for the production of the highest type of thoroughbreds The Itrownleigh Park Stud covers an area of 541 acres including a halfmile training course Kvery thing for the maintenance of man and horse is raised vithin the enclosure Mr Browne went to much xpinse to eijuip the plant in an uptodate mairier ml his park is one of the show places of the ter itory Tlie architecture of the mansion trainers 1 well Ings training stable greenhouses and other mildhijs is tasteful and picturesque The various iiildlngs are heated by a hot water system and an lertrcal plant on the grounds furnishes light and lotor power While Mr Browne devotes his atten ¬ tion to tho thoroughbred Mrs Browne is an anlent devotee of the show ring She exhibits and rides her own horses

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