Faces at the Races: Darrell and Curtis Landry
The Landry brothers are currently third on the Northlands Park leading owners list with eight wins from 29 runners (28 percent) with purse earnings of $135,017. Their small stable of about 15 horses is behind only the powerful, larger stables of Bar None Ranches and Riversedge Racing Stables. Including a few runners at other tracks, the brothers have won 10 races from just 35 starters. Owning and racing thoroughbreds has been a family business for generations of Landrys for decades. It was the brothers' father, Peter Landry, whose ancestors were involved in chuckwagons and rodeo, who made the first move to horse racing. Peter Landry still races a small stable throughout North American but Darrell, 37, and Curtis, 39, transformed their partnership with the father into their own stable. “It's strictly a hobby for us,” said Darrell Landry. “But we run it as a business.” The Landrys are no strangers…
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