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Fritz Grupe, a longtime real estate salesman and developer of master planned communities across the country, lives on a vast ranch just west of Lodi.
Fritz Grupe leaves his horse in the stable after a morning of riding a carriage around his property on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012.
Fritz Grupe removes a carriage harness from around the neck of his horse after a morning ride around his property on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012.
A lake in the middle of Fritz Grupe’s Lodi property on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012. Lakes have become a signature landscape piece in his house developments, including Brookside in Stockton and Lakeshore in Lodi.
A plaque with a quote by Charles Darwin sits on a desk in Fritz Grupe’s log cabin-style office.
Fritz Grupe shows a carriage he uses for competitive racing.
The mounted head of a wild pig and a rifle, once owned by Frtiz Grupe’s great-grandfather, hang on the wall of Grupe’s log cabin-styled office.
Fritz Grupe sits high on a carriage as he rides downs a trail. One of Grupe’s many hobbies is carriage racing.
A white carriage in Fritz Grupe’s garage, dubbed the "princess carriage," has been used in the Rose Parade.
Fritz Grupe admires childhood photos of him and his wife, Phyllis Grupe.
Fritz Grupe guides his horses along an orchard trail on his west Lodi property on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012.
Fritz Grupe slips on leather gloves to protect his hands before guiding his horse-drawn carriage through an obstacle course on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012.
Horse racing trophies sit on a shelf in Fritz Grupe’s Lodi home on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012. Grupe races horse-drawn carriages in national competitions.
In a hallway adorned with western art contains portraits of Fritz Grupe’s sons and daughters.
A hand-etched glass window in Fritz Grupe’s Lodi home was found in a San Francisco antique store by his wife, Phyllis Grupe, and is originally from a pub in England.
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