fyeahgreenbaypackers:

09.14.2014: Packers vs Jets

Knew we would come back. After the Jets were leading 14-0, there were already people at work ready to give up, but damn did we turn it around.

fyeahgreenbaypackers:

09.14.2014: Packers vs Jets

Knew we would come back. After the Jets were leading 14-0, there were already people at work ready to give up, but damn did we turn it around.

Crushed to hear that Wigmore Hall was fatally injured at Doncaster today. Here he is before the 2013 American St. Leger at Arlington Park, with Jamie Spencer on board. He was such a handsome boy, a staple of my trips to Arlington for the Million for several years.

Crushed to hear that Wigmore Hall was fatally injured at Doncaster today. Here he is before the 2013 American St. Leger at Arlington Park, with Jamie Spencer on board. He was such a handsome boy, a staple of my trips to Arlington for the Million for several years.

Black Caviar becomes a mum

Video of the special event :)

(Source: youtube.com)

thehorsegodbuilt:

Black Caviar and her new filly. 

thehorsegodbuilt:

Black Caviar and her new filly. 

(via horseracingfever)

Tags: 9/11

destnycyrus:

“Time is passing. Yet, for the United States of America, there will be no forgetting September the 11th. We will remember every rescuer who died in honor. We will remember every family that lives in grief. We will remember the fire and ash, the last phone calls, the funerals of the children.”

Strange that it’s already been 13 years. I still remember exactly what I was doing that morning.

(via deanogorman-daily)


So You Think on his racing days at Australia.

So You Think on his racing days at Australia.

(Source: horseracingkingdom, via silly-fox-in-sox)

racinglegends:

St Nicholas Abbey and Ryan Moore (purple silks) after they won the 2011 Coronation Cup with fourth-place finishers Dandino and Paul Mulrennan.
St Nicholas Abbey would go on to become the most successful horse in the race’s history, as he won it again in 2012 and 2013. 
Photo: Janet Benoy on Flickr

racinglegends:

St Nicholas Abbey and Ryan Moore (purple silks) after they won the 2011 Coronation Cup with fourth-place finishers Dandino and Paul Mulrennan.

St Nicholas Abbey would go on to become the most successful horse in the race’s history, as he won it again in 2012 and 2013. 

Photo: Janet Benoy on Flickr

silly-fox-in-sox:

Talk about legit monster - Shared Belief made mincemeat of a classy group of older horses in the G1 Pacific Classic.
photo source: x

silly-fox-in-sox:

Talk about legit monster - Shared Belief made mincemeat of a classy group of older horses in the G1 Pacific Classic.

photo source: x

afleetalexandra:

Charismatic, the 1999 Kentucky Derby/Preakness winner and Horse of the Year, enjoying the life of a king at Shizunai Stallion Station in Japan
The chestnut stallion, who turned 18 this year, had sired a good group of stakes winners in Japan: Wonder Acute (2012 JBC Classic), Equal Partner (2010 Tokyo High-Jump), and Gouldings Green (2006 and 2007 Seagram Cup), to name a few. He also has a handful of American babies, including Easy Red (2006 Jennings Handicap) and Sun King (2005 Tampa Bay Derby, runner-up in the 2005 Haskell Invitational and 2006 Woodward Stakes)

So good to see him living the good life still. I was 12 when he won the Derby and Preakness, and I remember crying for HOURS when he was injured in the Belmont. My parents were quite baffled.

afleetalexandra:

Charismatic, the 1999 Kentucky Derby/Preakness winner and Horse of the Year, enjoying the life of a king at Shizunai Stallion Station in Japan

The chestnut stallion, who turned 18 this year, had sired a good group of stakes winners in Japan: Wonder Acute (2012 JBC Classic), Equal Partner (2010 Tokyo High-Jump), and Gouldings Green (2006 and 2007 Seagram Cup), to name a few. He also has a handful of American babies, including Easy Red (2006 Jennings Handicap) and Sun King (2005 Tampa Bay Derby, runner-up in the 2005 Haskell Invitational and 2006 Woodward Stakes)

So good to see him living the good life still. I was 12 when he won the Derby and Preakness, and I remember crying for HOURS when he was injured in the Belmont. My parents were quite baffled.