Talking to me about auto racing is definitely an exercise in futility (sorry), but apparently this guy crashed fairly early in the race? I hope you didn't lose money.
I don't know if you're the only one, but it seems to me that PK actually knows more specific racing history as it pertains to horses' individual performances. He seems to know jockeys, horses, trainers by name; along with remembering given races, and not just want to argue about betting strategies. JMO. :)
And I'll add Editor's Note, '96, to that. He participated in all three legs and did manage to win the Belmont, although it was an "oddly" run race. ;)
Keelerman, who has his own blogsite and writes for BH, thinks it's a mistake by Equibase, but is going to try to find more info.
Yes, I saw that write-up; but I'm still of the opinion that "it's all very weird", as he responded to one poster's remark.
For perspective, the PETA video was released in March, 2014. Most of the regular posters here at HRN watched it at that time; and there was a great deal of discussion on the IRS/USCIS (formerly INS) "illegals" portion of the content. Based on the video, complaints were filed with the IRS, USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services), the office of the U.S. Attorney, and both the Kentucky and New York Departments of Labor. As far as I know, those investigations are still in progress. People cared, and proper legal action ensued.
Hey, 'husky, cedar posted this story earlier today on the Runhappy thread. I sincerely hope the animal neglect and property damage allegations are dealt with as "strenuously" as possible. My initial (months ago) posts on the Borell/McIngvale situation were based on his lengthy history of hiring/firing and general difficulties with numerous trainers over the years. Her apparent less than proper, appropriate relationship with the other animals in her care is something for which I believe she should be held responsible and accountable. Looks as though various parties are taking/have taken steps in that direction.
Best wishes as always, ihatc. I love reading the updates on your expanding little stable!
Thanks, amino. Interesting insight into a day in the life scenario; and you don't miss the boat often as far as I can tell. ;)
All wonderful photos, Averie! I especially love the one of Exaggerator with all four feet off the ground. So glad you're blogging here again!
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