Yes, it's a relief. And CTA just messaged me that now Go Black Tie's breeder has contacted them offering to pay to bring him home when they can get him retired. At the rate Julie's going, I have a hunch that will be fairly soon. (wish we had a "wink" emoji)Admin wrote:That's great, glad you know the horse is safe!
Although it's been a few years since I saw Julie, I have some wonderful memories of her, especially when visiting Hollywood Park before it closed, and two times at the BC when it was at SA. Several of us horse racing gals and Julie stayed at the SA Inn during the BC, and the atmosphere was like a teenage girls' slumber party, we had so much fun. As several people on this forum has said already, she was a sweet and generous lady, and one of the best horse racing photographers I've ever seen.
Laughter is an instant vacation.....Milton Berle