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What his contemporaries said about Sham: 

Great Was Second Best

Photo: Bill Mochon Archival Photo


August 24, 2012 

Saratoga Race Track

267 Union Avenue

Saratoga Springs, NY 
Breakfast at Saratoga trackside, live interview with Mary Ryan and book signing

Pimlico Race Course

5201 Park Heights Avenue

Baltimore, MD
Black Eyed Susan Day, book signing

May 18, 2012


11000 Rockaway Blvd

Jamaica, NY 
Wood Memorial, book signing

April 7, 2012

Gulfstream Park

901 S. Federal Highway

Hallandale Beach, FL 

Book signing 

March 10 & 11, 2012

Belmont Park

2150 Hempstead Turnpike

Elmont, NY
Book signing

Oct. 29,  2012

National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame

191 Union Avenue

Saratoga Springs, NY 
Book signing 

August 26 & 27,  2011

Saratoga Race Track

267 Union Avenue

Saratoga Springs, NY 
Book signing

August 26 & 27, 2011

Santa Anita Park

285 W. Huntington Dr.

Arcadia, CA

Book Signing, trophy presentation at the

Sham Stakes 

Jan. 15, 2011

Secretariat Festival

Paris, Kentucky

Book signing and presentation on Sham

with Laffit Pincay

Sept. 17, 2016 

Interview with Mary Ryan trackside at Saratoga

Secretariat Festival with Laffit Pincay;

Bill Nack, emcee, on left (reading Sham).

Secretariat Festival with Laffit Pincay

Trophy presentation at Sham Stakes with Garrett Gomez, Tapizar, winner

August 14, 2017

Equestricon Horse Racing Convention

Saratoga Springs, NY 
Book signing
3:30 - 5:00 PM

Carolyn Conley interviews the author

RaceDay America on Horse Racing TV at Santa Anita Park


Ron Nicoletti and Jessica Pacheco comment on Sham 

at Gulfstream Park

Some Coverage on the Book

Thoroughbred Los Angeles, KLAA Radio - with Jay Privman

Jay Privman interviews the author on KLAA Radio

Thoroughbred Los Angeles

Rudi Groothedde, Holiday Tales

California Thoroughbred

— Laffit Pincay

jockey, Sham and Affirmed

“People ask me what is the best horse I ever rode. I always say Affirmed. All he ever did was win for me. But if he was in that race [the 1973 Kentucky Derby with Secretariat and Sham], he would’ve finished third.”

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