Posts Tagged ‘The Bluegrass Stakes’

Change is Coming – Fall 2014

Keeneland has come a long way from eight races, one daily double, and no announcer. Now that was ancient ages ago, but the track that is branded  “Racing as it was meant to be” has taken a big step. Long ago, change was a nasty word for the beautiful Lexington track. They have proven they […]

Weekend Recap

It happens every year about this time. Racing fans from all walks start talking about the first Saturday in May. After this past Saturday, I can see the picture becoming crystal clear. We have a few more weekends left before the world of racing gets quiet, and the runners make their way to Churchill Downs. […]

12-12-12 – The End of Racing??

by Ed Meyer

posted on December 12, 2012 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, WinningPonies.com | 2 Comments >>

This was a special day for my son. The 12-12-12 date sparked his interest in the end of the world, and would it effect what the lunch room would serve. I told him not to worry, and things would be just fine. There are folks that read into things and try to predict the future. As […]

Post Time at Brigadoon

by Ed Meyer

posted on April 13, 2012 in General Discussion, Horse Racing, Other Events | No Comments >>

On a cold and blustery afternoon, I walked past the ancient Sycamore tree and the familiar scent of horses caught my nostrils. Walking across the paddock area, and feeling the years of history whisper gently in my ear. I knew that I could only be in one place – in beautiful Lexington, at historic Keeneland. If […]