Posts Tagged ‘Black Gold’

People You Meet ‘Long the Way

Coffee is steaming on the kitchen table. Birds are fighting over the seeds on the post outside, and the sun is starting to burn off the morning fog. The prefect way to start your morning. I look at results, stories and promising runners. The usual goings on of the morning turns into a Zen-like moment […]

Historical Fair Grounds

by Ed Meyer

posted on March 8, 2016 in General Discussion, Handicapping, Horse Racing, WinningPonies.com | No Comments >>

      Getting out of town is a treat. For horse players, when they arrive at their destination it is reminiscent of¬†searching under the Christmas tree¬†for the gift with your name attached. I know this to be true when I pulled into the gates of Fair Grounds race track on Saturday. – If you’ve […]

Northern Kentucky – A Gambler’s Paradise

I have lived in the Northern Kentucky area all of my life. During my lifetime I have lived 100 miles away from seven race tracks over the years. Not to mention the countless bookies who I have run into during this time. This may seem to be a footnote, but there was once more action […]