STAFF BLOG HORSE SHOES Orb, Ruffian and the Triple Crown
I didnt bet on Orb, this years Kentucky Derby winner, but I should have.
I should have noticed Orb was wearing the colors of one if not the greatest fillies of all time: Ruffian.
Then, there would h... Posted on 5/17/13 at 10:46 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Cooperation fading as session nears end
By Danielle Nordine and Don Davis
Republicans say Gov. Mark Daytons Friday veto of their tax-relief bill threatens cooperation in the few remaining days of the Minnesota legislative session.
You do ... Posted on 5/4/12 at 11:57 PM
NASCAR DAD Susan Bala Sues !
Susan will sue ND Attorney General and US Attorney for ND. Her conviction was overturned . Susan claims there was malicious prosecution by the 2 guys. State and Feds raided Susans business RSI, ... Posted on 5/2/09 at 5:02 AM
BALTIMORE – I’ll Have Another did just that, winning another Triple Crown race with even more flash and dash than he did in the Kentucky Derby.
By bolting past Bodemeister – again – this time in Saturday’s Preakness, all that stands in the way of racing glory is the Belmont Stakes in three weeks.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – John Velazquez won the Kentucky Derby by a broken nose.
An injury to Animal Kingdom’s regular rider, Robby Albarado, cleared the way for Velazquez to pick up the mount on the 20-1 long shot. Once he took the reins Saturday, he rode his good luck all the way to the winner’s circle.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The pockmarked road to the Kentucky Derby claimed another victim Friday when Uncle Mo was scratched due to a mysterious stomach ailment, further dimming a race already short on star power and speed.
Knowing how much work it takes to create a business, when the greedy “good ol’ boys” – that’s Mike Cichy’s term – took apart Susan Bala and RSI seven years ago, and with it a business and a state industry she spent 15 years to develop, the handwriting was on the wall: North Dakota horse racing was going to fail.
Climbing out of debt from last year’s horse racing season will be the easy part for the North Dakota Horse Park, says Mike Cichy, president of the nonprofit Horse Race North Dakota, which operates the park in north Fargo.
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