Recently chef and race horse owner Bobby Flay has taken his knack for entrepreneurship to the horse track. Yesterday his horse More Than Real won the $1 million Grade II Juvenile Fillies Turf purse at the Breeders' Cup in Louisville. The
The chestnut filly trained by Todd Pletcher paid $29.20 to win. Flay said, "This is obviously the biggest win I've ever had in horse racing by a magnitude of a thousand,"
Winter Memories Jockey Jose Lezcano, contested the outcome of the race, the stewards ruled in Flay's favor. Flay's career is a great example
of the American dream. Going from nothing to an executive chef owning seven restaurants to Breeders' cup winner. It seems if you stick to what you know best good things are surely to come in time..
Maybe Bernanke should takes cues from someone who actually applied what they were taught in the real field. Flay unlike Bernanke, actually applies the thesis he spouts on tv in his real businesses. Bernanke is an academic who talks the talk though as no clue how to actually apply what he has learned in a real business.