Marengo couple's colt runs for the roses today
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – When Chuck Sandford asked his wife, Maribeth, whether she thought it was time for them to retire, she let him know he’d best find a hobby first.
“She wasn’t going to be baby-sitting me,” he said.
The Marengo resident, who for 30 years had loved spending Saturdays at off-track betting despite his “lousy handicapping skills,” knew right away what he wanted to do. He was going to join the uber-competitive, bank-breaking ranks of the thoroughbred horse-racing industry.
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