Month: March 2019
For the past three years, I have tried to get down South for some spring training. Two years ago, I ran out of money. Last year, I ran out of time. And this year, life happened. Each time, I hang my head and resign myself to longer road hacks in the freezing cold while the arena sheens with ice. Each time, I throw the … Read More Money, Time, and Life.
There are countless stories swirling the internet, voicing the hundreds of different opinions on this subject. We have heard Arthur Hancock ask for his industry to limit race day medication. We have heard PETA call for an end to all of racing. And we have heard countless others call for a full assessment of that fickle track. The 22nd horse broke down yesterday, after … Read More The Offensive: A Proposed Change To The Industry I Want To Love
I sat reading the comments under Paulick Reports piece and my eyes just grew wider and wider. It was a story of an anchor on Sport Illustrated questioning why horse racing was still a thing. With how many deaths it causes – both horse and human – why do we have this sport simply for gambling? The quote left me saddened. But the comments … Read More Public Relations