From Bill Christie:
The maligned speaker makes some valid points, but perhaps tweaked a few noses while doing so:
You have to be prepared at all times for what might happen in the desert. Field Marshal Rommel and Lawrence of Arabia knew this, in spades. But anything can still happen–in "Road to Morocco," Dorothy Lamour even fell in love with Bob Hope while Bing Crosby was around. No amount of preparation could have girded us, however, for what David Israel recently said in the desert, at the University of Arizona's annual industry brain-pick. Several cacti, not to mention some superannuated horseplayers, were aghast. "The average age of our on-track customer is deceased," said Israel, vice chairman of the California Horse Racing Board, and then he went on to say, "And the average age of our satellite customer is decomposed."
For the rest of the article: http://www.horseraceinsider.com/lines-in-the-sand/12122010-biting-the-hand/
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Posted on December 12, 2010 in Uncategorized Comments are off