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WarrenEves

User Since: 1/28/2012
Racing interest:
Writer and handicapper
First track attended:
Santa Anita Park
Location:
Pearl River, Louisiana
About me/racing interests:
I'm a senior turf writer who grew up in the shadows of Santa Anita Park and continue to write a horse racing column on www.pricehorsecentral.com

How did I get into racing?
Via a friend named Art Lerille, Jr. who eventually became a private trainer after working for the late A.T. "Tommy" Doyle for years.

Favorite racing moment?
That's real difficult to answer because I've seen so many outstanding horse racing achievements in my life. But I guess it would be the day I watched a wind broken roan named Moolah Bux win in a photo over Sargent Ed after opening up a huge lead. Swaps was the best horse I ever saw run for many reasons. He was trained by a cowboy and not really brought along traditionally. If Swaps would have been in the hands of one of the old timers like Charley Whittingham or Jim Nazworthy or Buddy Hirsch who knows?