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By BILL FINLEY M aking vast fortunes on Wall run your stable not as a hobby but as a business, Street is not easy, even if Marty have a sizeable bankroll and develop a well Schwartz sometimes makes it thought-out, sensible plan of attack. look that way. Nicknamed the Pit Bull, he’s be- Simple, and in his case, effective. come wealthy trading stocks and options and With a relatively small stable that specializes has earned a reputation as one of Wall Street’s in mares purchased in Europe and imported to true wizards. But could he do the same in horse the U.S., Schwartz has owned two Eclipse-Award racing? That’s a business that has perplexed and winners in Zagora (Fr) (Green Tune) and Stacel- sometimes even buried some of the most suc- ita (Fr) (Monsun {Ger}) and has campaigned nu- cessful businessmen and women in the world. merous other group and graded stakes winners But would a guy they call the Pit Bull let that on both sides of the Atlantic. His latest success happen to him? Schwartz doesn’t accept failure story emerged in the 2016 GI Beverly D, which in horse racing or anything else, and neither he won with Sea Calisi (Fr) (Youmzain {Ire}). did he believe the keys to success in his chosen Zagora is a two-time Grade I winner who was sport were overly complicated. Work hard, sur- named champion turf mare of 2012. After her round yourself with smart, trustworthy people, win in the GI Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf 39