Author Vic Zast illustrates the passing of life lessons learned in his tenure as a horse racing enthusiast on to his son and grandson in this heartwarming story.
Zast employs his own experiences within the horse racing industry to educate his son and grandson the natural ways of life.
“…There are few methods better than an immersion in horse racing to explain risk, disappointment, and how most things are unpredictable.”
Zast also demonstrates his long-time passion for the sport and shares his insight with readers, noting its continued decline in sustainability.
“[Horse racing] has made many mistakes on its way to relative oblivion, although not understanding that less is more, when champagne is served, may be the biggest.”
The article can be found on pg. 18 of the July 21 issue of Thoroughbred Times, click here to download.
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