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First Winner for Live Your Dream Stable

Live Your Dream Racing Stable, a partnership formed by Donald Palmer in July of this year, had its first runner and first winner, Salty Sarah, in the fourth race on Wednesday, October 27th, at Oak Tree / Hollywood.

 

Palmer of Newport Beach, California has been a racing fan for over 50 years and has owned and raced Thoroughbreds in the past. The partnership dream is to bring together partners, who love horse racing, by making it more affordable for all concerned.

 

Palmer said, "We have no illusions of getting rich, we just hope to get lucky, have a lot of fun, and get a few pictures in the Winner's Circle. Who knows with partners like racing analyst Bob Baedeker and Hall of Fame trainer, Bob Baffert, we have a good chance of acquiring some useful horses, maybe even a stakes winner."

 

"Life's short," says Palmer, "if you have a passion for horse racing, it's past time to begin living your dream."

 

With their first acquisition, Salty Sarah, winning at first asking, it appears that the partnership has a great start in having their dreams come true.

 

Further information concerning Live Your Dream Racing Stable can be found at www.lydrstable.com or by phoning Don Palmer at 714.394.9313.

 

 

 

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