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I do open my eyes. You really don't see things right huh
It's all about tickets.... I didn't cash many tickets on Chantal as I thought she was outmatched over here in
So. Cal. I didn't pay much attention to Woodbine when she rode there. She seemed to hold her own against
Luis Contreras and Patrick Husbands.
That was past and this is present. Forget I said that Chantal was better than Rosie. I think Rosie is 100x better than Chantal now that I look back. Rosie had a monster year this year and maybe a bigger year in 2013.
There's a trainer in Northern California, Steven Miyadi, who annually hits at a 30 % win clip and doesn't care who rides
his horses. He gives everyone in the colony a chance, even a 10 lb apprentice. I'm sure that Pat H, TT, Vince P and
others that follow Northern California racing can attest to this statement.
Speaking of Northern California, I heard a jockey is coming that was last year's Eclipse Award for Outstanding Apprentice (Rookie) of the Year of 2011 named Kyle Frey is coming to try Southern California beginning with the SA Winter/Spring meet.
http://betfairhollywoodpark.com/news/eb ... e-saturday
"As expected, several horse racing personalities were on hand for Monday’s wedding of Julien Leparoux and Shea Mitchell. Jockeys in attendance included Joe Talamo, Aaron Gryder, Garrett Gomez, Rajiv Maragh, Tyler Baze and John Velasquez. Mike and Denise Mitchell, parents of the bride, also welcomed trainers John Shirreffs, Phil D’Amato and Hector Palma. Leparoux’s previous agent in Kentucky, Steve Bass, was there along with his current agent Joe Ferrer and other jockey agents Scotty McClellan (Talamo), Craig O’Bryan (Baze, Mario Gutierrez), and Tony Matos (Gomez)"
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