Question:For a guy that's spent enough money in the last few days to finance the war in Iraq for about five hours, this interview on Bloodhorse.com seems to reveal a really, really rich guy who doesn't seem to know a whole lot more about horse racing than you or me. In fact, there are those who believe he knows a lot more about camel jockeys.
For you, is it about developing stallions to stand in America or is it about the challenge of winning American races?
"I think they're together. You have successful stallions. You having a racing operation; you have a breeding operation. The whole thing. Buying the horses, you want them to win when they pass the racing post, then they become stallions. It's the whole thing."
Thursday, September 14, 2006
Posted by Alan Mann at 2:14 PM