In 2013, William Reed, owner of Stonecrest Farms in south Kansas City, posed with Perfect Drift, the last Missouri-bred horse to compete in the Kentucky Derby. On Saturday, Pat Day, the jockey who rode Perfect Drift to a big win in the 2003 Stephen Foster Handicap at Churchill Downs, came to Kansas City for a clinic and to help promote Reed’s new book, “The Pulse of Hope.”
In 2013, William Reed, owner of Stonecrest Farms in south Kansas City, posed with Perfect Drift, the last Missouri-bred horse to compete in the Kentucky Derby. On Saturday, Pat Day, the jockey who rode Perfect Drift to a big win in the 2003 Stephen Foster Handicap at Churchill Downs, came to Kansas City for a clinic and to help promote Reed’s new book, “The Pulse of Hope.” File photo by DAVID EULITT The Kansas City
In 2013, William Reed, owner of Stonecrest Farms in south Kansas City, posed with Perfect Drift, the last Missouri-bred horse to compete in the Kentucky Derby. On Saturday, Pat Day, the jockey who rode Perfect Drift to a big win in the 2003 Stephen Foster Handicap at Churchill Downs, came to Kansas City for a clinic and to help promote Reed’s new book, “The Pulse of Hope.” File photo by DAVID EULITT The Kansas City

Perfect Drift’s owner, jockey have a reunion in Kansas City

November 01, 2014 06:58 PM

UPDATED November 02, 2014 12:23 AM

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