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Regret Silks

Regret

User Since: 6/9/2011
First track attended:
Oaklawn, Hot Springs
About me/racing interests:
Just a fan

How did I get into racing?
Watched my first Kentucky Derby on a black and white television set in 1966, Kauai King won. I was eight and hooked. That passion has grown, I miss family events if scheduled on one of my "race days". My family knows this and has learned to live with it. My grown daughter says she is glad that she was not named "Ginny", since I was pregnant with her when Geniune Risk won the Derby, that her graduation from high school, college and grad school did not fall on any of my race days, because I would not have attended (and she is right), and that it is not right that my face and eyes light up more when I speak of Secretariat and his accomplishments, than when I speak of her in any way.

Favorite racing moment?
Secretariat's Belmont---I still get goosebumps, teary eyed and grin like a fool.

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