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  • Hit It Once More romps home a big winner of the New York Derby.Posted 12 minutes ago
  • Bitumen (4-5) powers home to win the Grade 3 Sanford at Saratoga.Posted 1 hour ago
  • Secretariat winner Highland Reel goes all the way in the Group 1 King George.Posted 4 hours ago
  • Heavily favored Enola Gray makes short work of her competition in the Fleet Treat.Posted 17 hours ago
  • Ancient Secret takes the Lake George (G2).Posted 22 hours ago
  • Sweet Loretta the strong winner of the Schuylerville (G3).Posted 23 hours ago
  • Pretty N Cool flaunts her class in the C.E.R.F. Stakes at Del Mar.Posted 2 days ago
  • Superstar turf horse, Postponed will not defend in Saturday's King George due to respiratory infection.Posted 3 days ago
  • Midnight Storm proves too tough to pass in the Grade 2 Eddie Read.Posted 5 days ago
  • Barleysugar (10-1) makes short work of the Sandy Blue in her U.S. debut.Posted 5 days ago
edgaropena Silks

edgaropena

User Since: 6/13/2012
Racing interest:
Triple Crown, BC, Haskell, Arlington Million, Arkansas Derby, Royal Ascot, Hollywood Derby, Santa Anita Derby & Big 'Cap, Jockey Cup Gold Cup, Dubai World Cup, Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, Irish Derby, Man O'War, Joe Hirsch Turf Classic. Turf, Dirt, and sometimes A/W (GGF and Del Mar).
First track attended:
Santa Anita (Too Young to Remember). Golden Gate Fields.
Location:
Los Angeles
About me/racing interests:
I always loved racing in many different forms and my love for animals. I believe in eating healthy by smart consumption (organic, cage-free eggs, etc). Mostly a west coast player, but over the years I am more conservative with gambling by sticking to major events only.

How did I get into racing?
My friends loved going to the track at Golden Gate Fields. When I went with them one day the atmosphere was great. I also loved when I went to witness the Kentucky Derby and Breeders Cup for the first time. That had to be the most intense feeling ever.

Favorite racing moment?
Zenyatta losing to Blame in the Breeders Cup Classic 2010. I never felt that type of adrenaline and sadness for a horse race.