Posts Tagged ‘State Budget’

Bad Beats; Race Track Regrets

by Ed Meyer

posted on November 16, 2020 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Handicapping, Horse Racing, | Comments Off on Bad Beats; Race Track Regrets

Without fail you can remember every bad beat with laser-like precision. Winners are sweet, but the losses are like a bad taste in your mouth you can’t get rid of. –  We’ve all had them and hopefully, we’ll have plenty of stories telling tales of the big win.   You’ll never forget your first:   […]

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 […]

Remembering the Fallen

Over the years you have learned about my love of racing.  I made early treks with my dad, and we would talk all the way there. He would regale me with tales of the big ones that got away, and the runners that lay ahead in our visit to the track.  We saw close finishes, and I […]

The Business of Having Fun

by Ed Meyer

posted on January 2, 2013 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | 1 Comment >>

My pal Danny asked me when I was going to get back in the game of racing. I told him owning one horse was like adding on a house payment or a luxury car each month. He had no real clue as to the hidden costs. But after listening to me cry, he is now better informed. […]