Name: Edward Coletti Jr. Occupation: Trainer Location: Maple Shade, New Jersey What are your earliest memories of big races or/and horses? Secretariat winning the triple crown was my earliest memory of horse racing. How did you get involved in horse racing and how did you get started as a trainer?
Name: Austin Solis Occupation: Jockey Location: Monrovia, CA What are your earliest memories of big races or/and horses? My first memories of horse racing starts the day I was born. I grew up into horse racing. My dad is Hall of Fame rider Alex Solis. I was lucky to watch him race across the world winning big races.
Name: Roberta Smoodin Occupation: Breeder Location: Wilds of Northern New Mexico What are your earliest memories of big races or/and horses? The first horse I fell in love with was Secretariat, of course. His personality, his playing to the camera, and of course, his Belmont. I remember Silky Sullivan from early childhood, because like my beloved Zenyatta much later, he came from behind to win when he seemed utterly without hope.
Name: Kody Kellenberger Occupation: Exercise Rider Location: Lexington, KY What are your earliest memories of big races or/and horses? Watching California Chrome and American Pharoah. How did you get involved in horse racing? I started working at RimRoc farm as a groom in Lexington KY moving from Upstate NY where I worked with show horses. Mostly reiners and then hunter jumpers. My first riding job was at Kenny Mcpeek’s Magdalena farm breaking babies.
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