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Date:7/22/2014 2:37:54 AM
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I had a really good ride on Cherokee yesterday. I rode him to a place he had never been before so he got a little excited but he didn't spook or anything. We are planning to buy the palomino filly! We have a family reunion this weekend so we wont be getting her till next week sometime. I am hoping to go see her sometime this week though :)

I have decided to blog about famous horses this month for Cherokee's HOTM run. First up is Adios, a famous Standardbred harness racing horse.

Adios is considered by many harness historians and pedigree experts to be one of the most important and influential pacing sires of modern times. Adios is credited for transforming the Standardbred breed, and for producing some of the most notable sires and dams in the history of the sport. His influence in not only felt in North America, but in Australia, New Zealand and Great Britain.
As well, no one in harness racing can mention Adios and not think of Hall of Famer Delvin Miller in the same moment. The two had a connection after Adios finished his racing career, winning 43 races, and finishing one-two-three in 83 of 87 career outings. Back in those days of multiple heat racing, Adios was the king-setting records over half-mile ovals for one, two and three heats. As a freshman he was the leading money-winning pacer in North America among ALL pacers, not just two-year-olds. He would go on to excel in his later years as well, setting track and world standards at ages four, five and six over all sized ovals.

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