handicapping contest this Saturday for Galloping Out!

Million Preview Day is this Saturday at Arlington...and Danonymous Racing and I are doing a contest! The contest will benefit Galloping Out, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that helps rehabilitate, retrain, and rehome thoroughbreds who are retiring from Chicago-area racetracks. Contest races will be posted once the weekend's races are drawn.  But, they will definitely include all... Continue Reading →

join #TeamRogueclown!

This Saturday is Belmont Day -- and the final leg of #Cappers4Causes at Danonymous Racing.  It's your chance to help a slew of excellent charities, and win a one-of-a-kind prize in the process. The contest races will be posted later in the week -- but, if previous years of the contest are any indication, it... Continue Reading →

insurance for CANTER Chicago

I volunteer for CANTER Chicago.  We are currently raising money to buy insurance, in order to continue operating on the backsides of Chicago racetracks. CANTER Chicago helps make it as easy as possible for connections to responsibly rehome their racehorses when they are ready to retire -- and as easy as possible for people who... Continue Reading →

Cappers for Causes returns!

Danonymous Racing regularly hosts handicapping contests to raise money for racing-related charities.  For the third year in a row, he is hosting Cappers for Causes.  It is a handicapping contest that covers all three weekends of Triple Crown races, and benefits seven different charities: Thoroughbred Retirement Fund, Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance, Thoroughbred Charities of America, ReRun,... Continue Reading →

Help a Horse Day 2016

Yesterday was a special day at Hawthorne: Help a Horse Day!  It was a day to shine a light on CANTER Chicago and Galloping Out, two organisations who work day in and day out to make sure horses at Hawthorne and Arlington can find new people and new careers once their racing days are over.... Continue Reading →

support CANTER Chicago!

As many of you know from things I have posted here or on Twitter, I have been volunteering for CANTER since October.  It has been amazing. I have met so many horsepeople, volunteers, and horses in the last five months.  And, I have been able to find a way to get personally involved in racehorse... Continue Reading →

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