I know my friend John will be there getting photos and autographs. Wish I could be there
It's nice to read a blog that is so optimistic about the future of horse racing. It's even nice that it was written by a new YOUNG fan. Most people still imagine the track being filled with nothind but the old "railbirds" of my father's generation. Yes, they are certainly still there, but the industry needs new fans to keep the business alive and growing. Congratulations to I'll Have Another, Mario and all his connections. This is one of the many times I miss living back in NYC, attending the Belmont Stakes, the same way I did every year.
gGreat blog. Very true, especially when listening to all the "professional" handicappers who write for the trades. (love the Bob Newhart photo-funny show!))
What an incredible career !
Thank you for this wonderful tribute to all our wonderful heroes who were fortunate to be involved in this industry "It's the chance of a lifetime, in a lifetime of chance"
I had To Honor & Serve !!!!!
Yes !!! I also picked Stay Thirsty ! I would love to own a share in a racehorse !!! "Because no one ever lost their voice routing for a mutual fund" From a cool TV ad for 3 Chimneys Farm
It's a good thing, too, because I can't get horse racing TV here in NC & there's no web stream that I can locate. Saw the Blue Grass stream from Keeneland, however.
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