> Trackjohn and I were down for the Florida Derby,
> that Thursday it rained so we sat at the 10 Palms
> bar instead of my Corona Beach House headquarters.
> A couple gentlemen sat next to us and we got into
> some general racing conversation. He saw that I
> was looking at TG, knew of it obviously and asked
> a lot of questions. Hopefully he is a TG customer
> One is a longtime Woodbine trainer, the other a
> prominent owner/breeder with about 300 horses. Our
> conversation quickly turned to Norman McNight and
> the following rolled off the trainers tongue in a
> minute. He told me to google
> W-18. [en.m.wikipedia.org
Frank this is a Schedule 1 in Canada and that is pretty lethal. What I was described and told this is not it. Not close. This is a healing agent for soft tissue and soreness and inflammation. Horses with issues come back more quickly. Horse rebound from races more quickly. AND more fully. And that is the key.
Chad ran two one plus year layoff runners last week, Bricks and the allowance horse on Thursday and its like yawn...But this is something that would work there after the injury.
BTW I got a late message on Thursday that Kennys horse in the Oaks was not doing well. Made another call Friday morning and was told it was not reliable, unconfirmed. Same thing a year ago when I was a received a text that he may be up to something in the first. At 10:20 AM with post time in 10 minutes while I'm in the donut shop drive thru. I later learned that came from a friend of a friend of a friend. Damned if you do damned if you don't. Sooooooo be good my friend.