Brazil misses out on racehorse fortune
FORMER Ipswich star Alan Brazil is counting the cost of the bargain sale of a horse now worth millions.Brazil wanted to maintain his 25 per cent stake in Indian Haven after the young colt made a promising start to his career.
By Mel Henderson
FORMER Ipswich star Alan Brazil is counting the cost of the bargain sale of a horse now worth millions.
Brazil wanted to maintain his 25 per cent stake in Indian Haven after the young colt made a promising start to his career.
But his two co-owners – one had a half share – preferred to cash in and a horse whose value has since soared to almost £3million changed hands for a mere 95,000 guineas.
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