A Small Stable That Made a Good Showing during 1912, Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-20

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, , * — as A SMALL STABLE THAT MADE A GOOD SHOWING DURING 1912 + — — * A small owner who is fortunate enough to a.-ipiire possession of two or three thoroughbreds able to win races and who does his own training can make a more than comfortable living from their earnings. This is illustrated In the case of .1. L. Brown, who, with Kootenay. Enfield and Dutch Rock, won twenty-one races and !f0.17s in 1012. Allowing $:: per day njimwii for each horse, which is too much, there still remains an income for Brown of practically ,000, mi Income that few men in ordinary professional and business pnes of endeavor realize. Hie unluckv side of racing as an income producing business is that horses do not retain their speed for many years. The record of the Brown stable last year was: Color Amt. Horse. and Sex. A. Fedigree. 1st. 2d. 3d. Won. Kootenay ch. g. 4 By Ben Strome — My Beauty 12 15 11 ,336 Enfield ch. h. 0 By Star Shoot— Isolee ! 0 10 1.5wO Dutch Kock b. g. 4 By Uocktou— Amstel 0 4 2 2.",0 Totals 21 28 23 .17S

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