Posts Tagged ‘Mona Lisa’

Evolution of a Small Town Gambler

Gambling had a mystique that took place in back rooms or places your Mom wouldn’t approve. Rooms filled with smoke, profanity the second language, and if a lady was there she was tending bar or waiting on tables. Men could be found from every walk of life, and was the only place where you’d see […]

Outhouse to the Penthouse

by Ed Meyer

posted on February 5, 2015 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, WinningPonies.com | 2 Comments >>

As I fell into a Nyquil induced sleep, there wouldn’t be any need for counting sheep. Needless to say I feel a little better.┬áMy sweet slumber took me away to a place where things used to make sense, and I felt safe. I saw old friends, completed unfinished business, and looked into the future. If […]

One Beer with Friends

by Ed Meyer

posted on March 5, 2014 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, WinningPonies.com | No Comments >>

I have many friends who work in racing, and most are dear and cherished pals. After the races one evening, I stopped by an old track hangout to have a beer and catchup with some friendly faces. After I finished one brew, I couldn’t believe how much they had changed. Or, maybe it was me… […]