California “Chromies” will join a former major league baseball player to help raise money for Thoroughbred ex-racehorses this week during a fundraising event in California.
Luminaries connected with 2014 Horse of the Year California Chrome will join former ballplayer and TVG analyst Paul Lo Duca on Nov. 2 at Matt Denny’s Ale House in Arcadia, Calif.
“An Evening with Team California Chrome” will feature behind-the-scenes stories and good cheer in a fundraising event to benefit the Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA).
Frank Taylor, Perry Martin, Art Sherman and Victor Espinoza will discuss the history made by the North American all-time leading earner who is loved worldwide.
Enthusiasm is building for the fundraising event.
Frank Taylor said in a press release, “I look forward to reflecting on the outstanding racing career of California Chrome while raising money for charity.” And Perry Martin added, “It will be a great opportunity to clear up all the myths and misconceptions.”
And Lo Duca, who has stepped up to host the event, added that he is excited to walk down memory lane to discuss some of the finer moments in California Chrome’s astonishing career, which has earned north of $13 million.
Limited tickets are available for $100 per person. Please visit this website: www.tca.org/tcc.html, or call 859-276-4989.
Erin Crady, executive director of the TCA, says she is thrilled to be a part of the event.
“We greatly appreciate the connections of California Chrome for making this very special event possible,” she said in the press release. “California Chrome is an incredible horse and we can’t wait to hear some of the behind the scenes details about his career all while benefitting Thoroughbred Charities of America.”