Mott trains, pitches, too
BRONX, N.Y. -- This week, between conditioning thoroughbreds like Belmont Stakes winner Drosselmeyer and saddling those runners in pursuit of victory, Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott found time to play catch with his son. But this was no male bonding exercise, no fun-in-the-sun entertainment. This was serious business.
Horse racing was represented during a Major League Baseball broadcast on Wednesday, as Mott threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the New York Yankees/Philadelphia ...
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