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A Thoroughbred, a jockey and the owner-breeder-trainer come together to make racing history in 1913.
Eddie Price introduces a new book and a new character to his list of historic portrayals and programs. Price will begin in August of 2017 presenting a first person portrayal of Jockey Roscoe Tarleton Goose. Goose won the 1913 Kentucky Derby with odds of 91:1 a record that experts say will probably never be broken.
Goose who was teased while growing up for his small size found his calling with horses. A natural horseman, he turned that interest and knowledge into a lucrative career as a jockey. Riding the Kentucky bred horse Donerail , Goose felt the horse had untapped speed and persuaded owner, breeder and trainer Thomas Patrick Hayes to run the horse in the 1913 derby.
An Unlikely Trio: The Winners of the 1913 Kentucky Derby
- Paperback: 86 pages
- Publisher: Millers Mill Publishing (July 24, 2017)
- ISBN-10: 099855832X
- ISBN-13: 978-0998558325
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.2 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.3 ounces
From the Author
The perfect companion to the Kentucky Chautauqua program, Roscoe Tarleton Goose. A more detailed insight to Roscoe's early life, Mr. Thomas Patrick Hayes' background, thoroughbred racing, Churchill Downs, and the years leading up to the Kentucky Derby.
About the Author
Eddie Price brings the story of the 1913 Kentucky Derby to life in this story of the Jockey, Roscoe Goose, the owner, breeder, trainer, Thomas Patrick Hayes, and the Thoroughbred, Donerail. Eddie Price is also author of the historical novel "Widder's Landing" and the illustrated children's "misadventure" series featuring "Little Miss Grubby Toes." A retired history teacher, Price presents a number of historical programs, writing and marketing workshops, and children's educational programs. Eddie Price portrays jockey Roscoe Goose in a first person historical drama for the Kentucky Humanities Council's Chautauqua Program.