Glass Eager To See West Coast Race In Person For The First Time

Even though he saw the colt several times as a yearling – and wound up buying the colt for $425,000 at the 2015 Keeneland September Yearling sale – Ben Glass has never seen West Coast race ‘in person’.

That will change on Saturday, when the 3-year-old colt lines up in the starting gate to take on G1 winners Arrogate, Gun Runner and more in the Breeders’ Cup Classic.

Glass serves as the racing manager and bloodstock adviser to Gary and Mary West, the owners of West Coast. As the Omaha World-Herald reports, Glass has worked several years for the Wests, who are originally from Omaha, but now primarily live in California.

“I’ve never been to any of his races,” Glass told the publication. “But Gary said I needed to be out there for this one.”

Read more in the Omaha World-Herald

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