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The Pig'N Whistle
The Pig 'N Whistle

4801 W. Colfax Ave.
Denver, Colorado
(Former address of THE PIG‘N WHISTLE)

In the 80s I had the good-fortune of being able to travel around the Southwest and Mexico in a small motorhome. Every so often, maybe once a week, I’d check into a cheap motel to do laundry, take a long hot-bath, have a good dinner, then relax watching HBO or such on the tube. Continue reading

White Buffalo Grille in Black Hawk, Colorado

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White Buffalo Grille overlooking The Ameristar Casino Hotel
White Buffalo Grille overlooking The Ameristar Casino Hotel and the hills of Black Hawk

The White Buffalo Grille/
The Lodge Casino
240 Main Street
Black Hawk, CO 80422
Phone: 303-582-1771

The White Buffalo Grille is a white-tablecloth, fine-dining establishment on the second floor of the Lodge Casino Hotel in the gambling town of Black Hawk, Colorado. Quit snickering, this is a quality restaurant serving gourmet entrees and fine wines. Continue reading

California Chrome denied: Tonalist wins Belmont Stakes

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Neither Tonalist nor Commissioner ran in the Derby or Preakness. Medal Count, the third-place finisher, didn’t run in the Preakness.

California Chrome appeared sluggish and finished in a dead heat for fourth with Wicked Strong in his bid to become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978. In the 135 years the grueling series of races for 3-year-old thoroughbreds have all been contested, only 11 horses have won all three. read more…

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Belmont Stakes Notes – June 6

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Belmont Stakes
Belmont Stakes

Triple Crown hopeful California Chrome had his final gallop around the Belmont Park oval Friday morning, traveling two miles under exercise rider Willie Delgado after schooling in the paddock around 6 a.m. The Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner will jog tomorrow morning at 5:30 a.m., a little more than 13 hours in advance of his bid to break a 36-year Triple Crown drought in the Grade 1, $1.5 million Belmont Stakes. Continue reading