Ken Kinakin said he's not a risk taker by nature. It's an assessment he
might want to reconsider after putting up a $180,000 supplemental fee
just to get his Dancing in Silks into the $2 million Breeders' Cup
That investment turned into a $1,080,000 payday on Saturday at
Santa Anita when the California-bred Dancing in Silks survived a
four-horse blanket finish to post a thrilling nose decision over fellow
long shot Crown of Thorns in the six-furlong Sprint.