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Roman Brother

Cover of Turf and Sport Digest

April, 1966

Roman Brother is a Thoroughbred that symbolizes the breed. His qualities of class and heart have earned him the admiration of horsemen wherever he has run. And he has become the darling of many racing fans.

"He runs like he thinks he can beat any horse in the business," is what his partisans say of him, and that's a perfect description of the way he performs.

Last year, he won the Manhattan Handicap, the Woodward Stakes and the Jockey Club Gold Cup. He was regarded as the handicap champion of 1965. In '64, he took the Bahamas, Everglades, Jersey Derby, American Derby, New Hampshire Sweepstakes and Discovery Handicap.

After winning an allowance race at Hialeah this year, he finished fourth in the Seminole Handicap. He injured an ankle in the race and missed the Widener. His earnings total $943,473. He stands seventh on the list of all-time money-winners.

Roman Brother runs for Harbor View Farm of Louis Wolfson, and is trained by Burley Parke. Braulio Baeza is his regular rider.

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