Beach Stable Owner Dies Suddenly, Daily Racing Form, 1920-06-12


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BEACH STABLE OWNER DIES SUDDENLY NEW YORK N Y June 11 J B Elwell who was found dead in his New York home yesterday morning was the owner of the Beacli Stable which included Sunny Slope Flags LErrant The Ally and Sand Bed They have been racing on the Kentucky circuit in the care of Lloyd Gentry It was Mr Elwells intention tobring the stable east in the near future A note from Gentry telling him of the Condition of the horses was found in the dead mans room yesterday morning When the Beach Stable was formed Win H Penpleton was a partner with Mr Elwell and Richard Car ¬ man was engaged as trainer They gave Win Mar ¬ tin 25000 for the good horse Sunny Slope and were also literal purchasers of readymade horses as well as yeariings Mr Penpleton withdrew from the firm last itiiinmer Mr Elwell was an expert on bridge and the author of several hooks on the game lie was about fifty years of age and was at the Belmont Park course on Thursday afternoon lunching in the clubhouse and seemed In the best of health and spirits

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