So Dan and Scott got to play big shot around the racetrack for years until Scott was caught cheating.
Enough time has passed that Dan is misremembering his glory days before the M-99 scandal.
Dan knows that every word I said was and is still true. No matter how bad his memory is.
Wait till he reads this, he will have a karate kicking cow and go ballistic ranting on youtube for days.
Dan has admitted his family's trouble with Scott in great detail in the past.
Now Dan wants to rewrite the record books and embellish his personal accomplishments.
He ain't hurting nobody and he is sometimes entertaining. I want everyone to know the reason I edited out the part about Dan's mom.
3/3/15I WAS ABSOLUTELY 100% WRONG FOR INCLUDING HER IN MY POST!I APOLIGIZE TO DAN FOR INCLUDING HER IN MY COMMENTS!
Although she was connected to harness racing through Dan and Scott she was far enough removed that she should have been excluded from my comments.
Dan is right that family members not directly related to the harness business should be off limits.
I also did a poor job of not clarifying that her connection to my comments was through Scott not Dan.
But that clarification would not be necessary if I had simply avoided using an off limits family member.
I saw Dan's video and really did feel bad about including her. I don't blame him for being pissed.
Doesn't matter what percent was true or where the information came from. I was wrong.
I love aggravating Dan but not to the point where it violates his family privacy outside of horse racing.
Horsemen, owners, management, etc... are fair game. Not mothers, daughters, sons or wives.
I am sorry Dan and will avoid crossing that line in future posts.
I apologized publically because I really do feel bad about it and I owe Dan that honor to say it out loud.
I missed what happened in another forum involving a fight that included non horsemen family members.
But I do know that it got very ugly and should have never happened.
I don't want to be the person who starts another one of those.
I hope Dan accepts my apology or at least feels better that I won't ever stoop to that level again.