Posts Tagged ‘Sin City’

Vegas Baby !

by Ed Meyer

posted on July 20, 2016 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

  I ran into a very¬†a dear friend. We used to work together pretty closely back in the day, and he is one of the good guys for sure. – He had some great news to share and informed me he was engaged to be married. – I gave him a big hug and hearty […]

The Wide World of Wagering

We’re the generation of ADW wagering, racing channels on cable and satellite, and every track in the nation is open for bets. Once upon a time I could remember dreaming about going to Las Vegas to hit the race books. When I graduated college, my dad wanted to buy me a gift. “Would you like […]

Go West Young Man!

I was reading an article from the Baltimore Sun, and I had chills run down my arm. Long time handicapper/odds maker Frank Carulli is calling it quits in Maryland. I thought he may have had a great gig at a bigger circuit, or was being crowned for his years of dedicated service. But, after reading […]

No Kids, No Fun, and No Business

by Ed Meyer

posted on January 22, 2013 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | 2 Comments >>

We grew up going with grandpa, or making the weekend trek with dad to see the ponies. There were kiddie areas, game rooms, and of course ice cream. The many Memorial Day picnics we had as a family, still resonate in my memory bank today. Long story short, kids enjoy the races. If you doubt […]

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 […]