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Date:10/31/2014 1:37:05 AM
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Hi TiPaul #4685
You look greyt in your b-ball uniform. I love those team pics.
We are doing better with our snow. After all the rain, we have more bare ground than snow. I hope the rain tonight gets rid of more. Lots of outside birds have come back. Funny, haven't seen any chips yet!
DAY 26
To qualify for the Kentucky Derby, you’ll have to win an invitation by performing well on smaller horseracing circuits, and compete on a horse that meets the race’s strict standards.
1) Have all ownership and genealogy papers relating to your horse ready for authentication. The horse MUST be a thoroughbred.
2) Your horse will have to work his/her way up by winning races on the graded circuit.
They will have win or place in the graded races throughout the year.
3) You will also have to compete in the racing circuit in your home state, or the state where your thoroughbred was born and raised.
4) Place well at graded stakes races, winning or finishing in the top three as frequently as possible. The goal is to accumulate prize money winnings and points. They have now started using a point system as well. The higher the finish and the more prestigious the race the more points given.
5) Participate in large-purse horse races as you become more confident in your thoroughbred’s abilities to win races. Part of what allows you to qualify is the amount of winnings your horse has racked up over the previous year.
6) Apply to participate in the Kentucky Derby. If your horse has been burning up the race circuits, they may just invite you.
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