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Lucky Baldwin

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  1. a prominent California businessman and investor of the second half of the 19th century

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  2. born on April 3, 1828

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  3. died on March 1, 1909

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  4. Having generated most of his wealth through both savvy and lucky mining investments (for which he received his nickname), Baldwin accumulated large landholdings of 63,000 acres (250 kmĀ²) in southern California, where the communities of Arcadia and M

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  5. most famous today for his involvement in horse racing: Baldwin founded the original Santa Anita Park racetrack on his estate (later closed and re-opened, again on estate land), breeding and racing some of the finest racehorses of his time

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