I personally am not a fan of the synthetic tracks. I've never even been to California. The final decision will be up to (owner/breeder Fred Brei). There will be plenty of races for him down the road at Gulfstream this winterUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Oct 19, 2009
We'll go on to the seven-eighths ($100,000 Susan's girl Division on Aug. 28)UPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Aug 09, 2010
She kept running hard all the way to the wireUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Aug 08, 2011
Stanley Phillip Gold (born September 10, 1942) is President and CEO of Shamrock Holdings, Roy E. Disney's private investment company. He was on the Walt Disney Company's board of directors 1984; 1987-2003. He and Roy resigned to publicly campaign to oust then CEO and Chairman of the Board Michael Eisner. He also helped oust CEO Ron W. Miller and hire Eisner in 1984. He has played a leading role at USC (past chairman of the board of trustees) and the University of Southern California Law School, sustained Jewish organizations with both his leadership and treasure, and been a significant political contributor.
Among the artifacts displayed in his study at home are personalized autographs from both Babe Ruth and Stan Musial. He collects Porsche automobiles.
Gold was born in Los Angeles, California. He grew up in South Los Angeles, near Dorsey High School. The family moved to the Valley when he was a teenager. After graduation from Van Nuys High School, he entered Cal Berkeley. There he dated his future wife, Ilene. He finished his A.B. in political science at U.C.L.A., and in 1967 earned a law degree at University of Southern California. He went to England for post-graduate work at Cambridge University.