11/8/2014 - Northeast/Mid-Atlantic: Tried and True

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Bloodstock agent Harry ‘Chip’ Landry has been selling for more than 40 years

by Evan Hammonds

Few have been able to make an entrance into the Thoroughbred business the way Harry "Chip" Landry did. Fresh off graduating from a course on stud management sponsored by the Grayson Foundation in the late 1960s, Landry and some partners purchased a farm near Leesburg, Va. With some help from Carolyn and Sam Rogers, he put together his first consignment at Fasig-Tipton in Timonium, Md., in 1968.

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