By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
HORSE RACING: Secretariat film screening and benefit COCKTAILS: D.C. toasts the Black Mixology Club HORTICULTURE: World Bonsai Day CONCERT: Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Festival GALA: ZooFari
Since Seattle Slew won the 1977 Triple Crown, co-owner Sally Hill has watched from Belmont Park as several horses fell short. Since Affirmed in 1978, co-owner Patrice Wolfson wasn't ready to let go for a long time.
Capturing the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes brought plenty spoils of victory for Doug O'Neill, the trainer of I'll Have Another. He got to throw out first pitches, attend the Stanley Cup Final and enjoy the spotlight.
"Penny afterwards would come over and say to me, 'We still belong to a very small club.'
But it's not all joking around, not when the California Horse Racing Board's suspension came down and Secretariat's owner, Penny Chenery, told the Atlantic magazine that Reddam should be "embarrassed that the trainer he has chosen does not have a clean record."