Leavitt on Gurfein
Ronnie Gurfein (full story here) is under the impression that defining Tiz the Law as a New York-bred is somehow the result of a recent gimmick by the state of New York. The fact is, thoroughbreds have always been classified as being bred in whatever state they were foaled. It makes absolutely no sense since the word ‘bred’ means the hanky panky necessary for conception to occur.
Speaking of hanky panky of a different sort, Gurfein, or someone should take a look at what’s going on within the Kentucky regulatory system.
—Alan J. Leavitt / Lexington, KY