With the limited bad weather that we've had I'd say, yeah, the track's a real plus.
Her ankles are good. Her knees are good. She bounced out of the race super. I normally never would run a horse back in seven days, and I'm not saying the Polytrack will let people start doing that. I don't want to overstate it.
The track is level, and it's very forgiving for horses. If they have a little soreness or something and they come on this track, you can still train them because it gives.
To see one in Tennessee of course if very unique.
It's kind to the horses.
He'll be OK. But it might affect his golf game.