Good to be here. How about a hand for my opening act, Junior "Dice" Seau?
BIRDSTONE LEAVES HORSE FANS JONESING
The New York-bred went off at a distant 36-1. In fact, the only person in his inner circle to put a win bet down was Marylou Whitney's chauffeur's valet's assistant.
So, once again, no Triple Crown. And today, a confused Visa CEO Carl Pascarella presented a $5 million check to Carl Yastrzemski.
Here's some interesting trivia. The idea for the Visa Triple Crown was inspired a few years back by a little-known 3-year-old—APR Indy.
NBC really dragged out the prerace coverage. Come on. Did we really need to see a feature on the Queer Eye guys redecorating the two-dollar window?
I don't want to say anything, but maybe the horse would have performed better commuting the day of the race from Eagle, Colorado?
If he'd won the Belmont, Smarty might have received $40 million in stud fees. Sure, it sounds like a lot, but 75% of that goes to his pimp horse.
GAUDIO BEATS CORIA IN FRENCH OPEN
Or, as it's also known, Argentinean Idol.