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pedigree_power

User Since: 7/18/2012
Racing interest:
Freshmen Sires, yearling/two year old sales, and two year olds through the Triple Crown.
First track attended:
Hialeah? Gulfstream? Calder?
Location:
Stuart
About me/racing interests:
I'm the pedigree guru of HRN. I give the straight facts on the pedigrees of two year olds through the Triple Crown from a handicapper's perspective.

How did I get into racing?
Started reading the PP's to my uncle when I was 5. Was an exercise rider in my late teens, and discovered pedigree when the offspring of my fave horses began racing. I've been handicapping my whole life and studied breeding theory/pedigree handicapping for over 15 years.

Favorite racing moment?
Too many to remember. Secretariat, slew and Affirmed's Belmont wins; Mine That Bird's Derby (he was my LS pick), Princess Rooney's maiden win,

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