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Nothing Taxing

2019-05-01T10:54:19-05:00May 1st, 2019|

    Nothing Taxing For Reeves For This Year’s Kentucky Derby By Margaret Ransom For Thoroughbred owner Dean Reeves and his wife Patti, this year’s trip to Louisville for the Kentucky Derby with Tax, who they own in partnership with good friends Randy Hill (R.A. Hill Stable), Hugh Lynch and [...]

Charismatic-Cat Thief

2019-04-29T10:45:23-05:00April 28th, 2019|

  Get an edge in this year’s Kentucky Derby and the all stakes Pick 4. Join Past the Wire’s Kentucky Derby webinar. We will have analysis, selections, strategies, a question and answer session and more. Live and interactive or available on replay… Join or Learn more here…….     The last [...]

1995 Thunder Gulch

2019-04-21T16:32:13-05:00April 21st, 2019|

  Here is the latest installment in Nick Costa's and Mary Dixon Reynolds' series on "the other horse" in the Kentucky Derby.   1995 -Thunder Gulch – Serena’s Song/Timber Country By Nick Costa and Mary Dixon Reynolds   Under blue skies with a temperature of 75 degrees, the 1995 Kentucky [...]

Jockey Shuffling

2019-04-16T11:24:21-05:00April 16th, 2019|

The major jockey decision in this year's Kentucky Derby is that of Mike Smith and whether he rides Roadster for Bob Baffert, or Omaha Beach for Richard Mandella. Mike has long standing strong ties with both barns however one would think at this point in Mike's story book career he [...]

Shut Out

2019-04-06T16:43:47-05:00April 6th, 2019|

  1942 – Shut Out – Devil Diver By Nick Costa and Mary Dixon Reynolds   For the 1942 Kentucky Derby, jockey Eddie Arcaro had the choice of riding Devil Diver or Shut Out, two outstanding runners owned by Greentree Stable and trained by John Gaver. Arcaro selected Devil Diver [...]

Finally!!!!

2017-09-27T10:26:42-05:00September 27th, 2017|

I did not think we'd ever see it. The long overdue IRS revision of the way gambling winnings are taxed has finally been changed. Bettors will no longer be taxed on losing bets the way they were under the old rules and now the entire cost of the wager will [...]

Twin Spires Head-quartering in Louisville

2017-05-30T14:17:47-05:00May 30th, 2017|

Twin Spires is moving their headquarters from California to Louisville. No surprise there as they are owned by Churchill Downs. The move will bring new jobs to Louisville and possibly enhance mobile technology. Read about Twin Spires move here.....