Pat Ryan

Pat Ryan

All Pat Ryan Stories

June 04, 1962


A Belmont Stakes quiz to test the ingenuity and add to the knowledge of the $2 bettor and the armchair expert.

Aug. 15, 1966


It was late afternoon, the summer heat was heavy and the only sound you could hear around the country club was the rhythmic plunk, plunk, plunk of tennis balls  ...

Sept. 30, 1968

One-half of a Jug horse beats one airplane

So it appears to Pilot Louis Mancuso, who made the swap that turned him into an owner of a classic colt, and to Billy Haughton, who drove Rum Customer and became a million-dollar winner for the third time in his career

July 08, 1968

The Amazon is hack for a trotting title

Powerful Roquépine, defending her International crown, is the pride of 300 years of French breeding

Nov. 29, 1965

The Messenger was late, but Bret was ready

Though he won the first leg of pacing's Triple Crown way back in May, the great colt was still in top form on a windy, wintry Long Island evening and easily justified the remarkable volume of cash that backed him