Posts Tagged ‘Horse ownership’

What’s Going On ?

by Ed Meyer

posted on June 30, 2017 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

Summer is always a busy time. Great weather, fire up the grill and watch the sunset. Racing has always been a big part of my life. From my years in the parking lot as a kid to the many incredible jobs as an adult. There is something about the beauty and heat of the summer sun. […]

A Tonic That’ll Fix a Broken Heart

I had $3,000 to my name. It took all summer long to save it working two jobs, but the life of a college student knows no boundaries. – I was asked by my son “why I worked so much, and didn’t I try and find a gal ?” – The answer was yes, I had […]

Art Imitates Life (A Gambler’s Life)

by Ed Meyer

posted on June 20, 2013 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | 3 Comments >>

Every Sunday for one hour, my life stopped. No football, no phone calls, no talking. Those who have gambling blood and HBO, would be locked to their couch watching an imaginary world that mirrored our own. I could have been doing something else with my time for all of those years, but how much fun […]

Methods to Your Madness

by Ed Meyer

posted on June 20, 2011 in General Discussion, Horse Racing | No Comments >>

Racing is a world within a world to say the least. It is a good thing, and some of the best folks I have ever met are involved in the game. But, there are a few that make me scratch my head at some of their tactics, and how they get some great results. The Truck […]