Carl Nafzger Remembers Unbridled’s Derby

As published in bloodhorse.com April 22, 2015 Carl Nafzger talks about Unbridled’s win in the Kentucky Derby (gr. I) and his call of the race for Mrs. Genter. A companion to the feature, ‘Loving Carl Nafzger’ in the April 25, 2015 Triple Crown Preview edition of Blood-Horse. Watch the video at http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/videos/99634/carl-nafzger-remembers-unbridleds-derby

Legends: Unbridled’s Lasting Impact

Published April 1, 2016 in bloodhorse.com By Bob Ehalt Content courtesy of America’s Best Racing Photo: Blood-Horse Library Few horses have been able to blend the kind of success that Unbridled enjoyed both on the racetrack and in the breeding shed.   A strapping, 17-hand colt with a long, ground-gobbling stride, he was slow to […]

A COWBOY AT HEART

By Keith Ryan Cartwright April 11, 2013 (Originally published by the Professional Bull Riders Association) FORT WORTH, Texas ― Leading up to the 1990 running of the Kentucky Derby, Carl Nafzger treated “the fastest two minutes in sports” as if it were just another race. At least that’s the way he treated it in the media. […]

On the Fifth Dimension

In attempting to explain the concept of the fifth dimension, Einstein likened it to an unknown force that can stretch and squeeze and bend the universe. It’s as if the universe is a piece of rubber and the fifth dimension is the force that molds and shapes it. For scientists like Einstein, the fifth dimension […]