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Winning Ponies

Winning Ponies

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November 25th 2010:'Winning Ponies' welcomes back Robert Elliston and welcomes Blame's trainer Al Stall Jr. - Special Encore Presentation!

Mr. Elliston has been president and CEO of Turfway Park since June 1999, shortly after the track was purchased by Keeneland Association, Harrah's Entertainment, and GTECH Corporation. An avid horse racing enthusiast his entire adult life, Mr. Elliston currently serves as executive chair of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association Board of Directors and is treasurer of the Kentucky Equine Education Project(KEEP)Board. He will cover the upcoming meet, and discuss issues in Kentucky. Al Stall Jr., (Blame's trainer) 49, has been involved with racing for most of his life. His father, Al Stal

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1448/winning-ponies 24/11/2017 05:00 24/11/2017 06:00 Winning Ponies https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1448/winning-ponies Mr. Elliston has been president and CEO of Turfway Park since June 1999, shortly after the track was purchased by Keeneland Association, Harrah's Entertainment, and GTECH Corporation. An avid horse racing enthusiast his entire adult life, Mr. Elliston currently serves as executive chair of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association Board of Directors and is treasurer of the Kentucky Equine Education Project(KEEP)Board. He will cover the upcoming meet, and discuss issues in Kentucky. Al Stall Jr., (Blame's trainer) 49, has been involved with racing for most of his life. His father, Al Stall Sr., served on the Louisiana State Racing Commission for more than 25 years, including 18 as chairman. He also was a prominent horse owner and breeder.When Al Jr. was in high school at Newman, he would work with horses in the Fair Grounds barn of Frank Brothers, who trained Al Sr.’s horses and was the assistant in charge of trainer Jack Van Berg’s stable in New Orleans. When Al Jr. went on to LSU, he would work for Brothers at the Fair Grounds during Christmas holidays and at Louisiana Downs in the summer. "Frankie (Brothers)let me have a stall in his barn,” Stall said. “Then he let me have two stalls in his barn. I think I left Arlington with about six horses.” At the Fair Grounds for the 1991-92 meet, he had about 15 horses. His stable steadily grew. Now, he’s training more than 50 horses for several owners. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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