Mueller Proposes Pension Farm for Broken-down Horses, Daily Racing Form, 1955-05-10


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Mueller Proposes Pension Farm For Broken-Down Horses LOS ANGELES, Calif .—Walter Muller is considering the establishment of a "pension farm," where broken-down horses which their owners have a real love for might be retired to a life of Riley. "I have the pasture land and the inclination," said the Hollywood automobile man, adding, "and I know there are a lot of eligible horses, whether their owners choose to nominate them or not." Muller mentioned Dutch Harbor as a candidate for admission to such a farm. Which reminds that Dutch Harbor, now 13, is owned by Harry J. Dor-nan, the ex-automobile dealer who recently purchased a restaurant on Ventura Boulevard . . . Which brings Charley Poy to mind. Foy was a regular visitor at the recent trot meeting here. "The time schedule is just right," said Charlie. "I leave the races in time to reach my restaurant and ! greet the first customer of the evening.

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