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Dunraven Pass–A Rose Colored Horse!

Dunraven Pass Passing the Field 5-4
Dunraven Pass Catching Up!

As promised, here are pictures from Dunraven Pass’ race on May 4 at Indiana Downs.  The first picture is of DRP charging down the stretch; the second is of him catching the second place horse.  No, I don’t have any pictures of the winning horse because who wants to see that?!!  Yes, we are still grinning from ear to ear.  Yes, we now remember why it is we do this!  Yes, we think we have a horse!  What a deal!Hopefully sometime in the next couple of weeks Walter will find that right, next race for Dunraven Pass.  In the meantime, I hope you are reading a good book!

The Second Time is a Charm!

Second–by a length!  Yes, Dunraven Pass, the horse who broke his leg on July 17, came back Wednesday night to come in second in his first race ever!  He looked great, notwithstanding his lollygagging down the back stretch.  But at the top of the stretch, he kicked it into gear–and didn’t slow down until long after the race was over!  We cheered our lungs out and reveled in the fact that we never gave up.  To quote Walter, “We have a runner!”  My gut tells me, this one is going to be fun to watch.  I’m thinking it is time!

And Then Again!

If you don’t succeed the first time, try, try again!  Dunraven Pass is going to take another run at running on Wednesday, May 4, Indiana Downs, 8th race, 8th hole, around 8 o’clock!  He’s ready, we’re ready, even the vets are ready!  He looks good in person and on paper.  His morning line odds are 10-1.  For my bettors, we’re betting! I’m hoping his odds are never this long again.  I think all the cliches are in place–particularly “Our Time Has Come” and “Good things come to those who wait!”  It will be Friday before I report back to you–hopefully with good news.  In the meantime, think positive thoughts!

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