Posts Tagged ‘racetrack workers’

Enjoying My Time

by Ed Meyer

posted on August 15, 2022 in General Discussion, Horse Racing, | Comments Off on Enjoying My Time

I made my way down to the race book. A place that saw my face at least 3 times a week, and with a little luck maybe five. This was after a day of calling the races and doing the morning line and tip sheets. Many would have gone home and called it a day, […]

Working For A Living

by Ed Meyer

posted on February 25, 2015 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

People influence you everyday. Some teach you what not to do or say, and others that leave that indelible mark on your life. They live life to the fullest, and enjoy life in the moment. Some carry grudges, others talk gossip, and a rare few lift you to a better place. They know when you’re happy, and […]

What Never Was, And Always Will Be…

by Ed Meyer

posted on January 31, 2011 in General Discussion | 5 Comments >>

I have some friends in Cleveland, Ohio. They have worked in racing for 30 years, and have waited for the “life raft” of alternative gaming to create a new day. A time where racing pitfalls were to be solved, and revenue generated. The time has come, and things are not as smooth as planned. At my […]