The latest here at Fox Hill Farms...
I called Cindy to check on Larry Friday and during our conversation Cindy said Larry is hollering that he wants to speak to me. He sounded the same and is very upbeat about his situation. He gets tired easily and still hurts in many places. He said the good thing is he has stopped finding […]
Chad called me this morning with bad news. Normandy has developed a very minor hoof issue and we have jointly decided that it would be best not to run in the Alysheba. He will fly back to Belmont on Monday and continue training. We will pick out his next race and hope the hoof heals […]
I received a call yesterday from a legend of the sport of horse racing, Ron Turcotte. We discussed a number of instances that Churchill Downs showed its real colors as a business and not a sport. Ron sent me a letter that he would like to have posted on Fox Hill Farm’s web site and […]
Chad Brown and I studied the two possibilities for Normandy Invasion’s next race. We reluctantly decided on the Alysheba over the Westchester. There were several reasons that we thought the Alysheba would benefit Normandy. This morning I asked Victoria, my able assistant, to call the lady she knows at Churchill that distributes the tickets for […]