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"As far as a comeback, I don't know who's spreading these rumors … I will be working for HRTV on opening day. That's the only comment I have," said Stevens, who turns 50 next March 6.
March 6th is Alamo day, the Texans got theirs and Steven will get his,
He is Blank Nuts to ride again, he has bad knees , he has a bad back, what is he trying to proof, He is crazy as a loony tune.
Anyway, no big deal, not body will trust him with good mounts,
I wouldn't bet him on any horse, he will ride to conservative and burn the players.
Hard to blame him for giving a comeback a shot. I am sure he sits back and see's this jockey colony and must think I could be 75% of what I was and still be in the Top 5, if not higher. If he can come back at a high level no reason at all he could not be like a Gomez or Mike Smith and just cherry pick and make a lot of money.
Agree and who says he couldn't even get another crack at the Derby. I'm sure a lot of owners/trainers would have looked at someone with his experience.
Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.
Avatar: My cuzin Isaac Murphy - a jock I'm tying to emulate in character and winning percentage - almost 47% lifetime.
no they dont. the trainers that let them get on thier horses play the major roll.
jockey=1% and thats being generous
Most of the well known anchors have a lot to do with a horse losing. The trainer is key for a horse. There are trainers out there that could have ruined Secretariat and that is 117% FACT.
Mr. Super Bowl
Ye without sin, in, this, business, cast, the, first, stone.
Horse - 96%
Vet - 1%
Farrier - 1%
Groom - 1%
Trainer - 0.99999999999999999999999%
Jockey - 0.000000000000000000000001%
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