Friday, July 3, 2015

On Location @ Los Alamitos

 Dell Yount & Trainer, Tom Bazley talk horses before filming begins.
                   Director of Photography, Jonas Klittmark
             Sound Recordist, Jeff Kao fits the actors with mics
       Director, Sidney J. Furie - Actors, Stan Shaw and Dell Yount
        Stan Shaw (Cowboy) - Dell Yount (Hector The Horse Player)
        It is great to see Sidney J. Furie doing what he loves best!
         The Cast and Crew of DRIVE ME TO VEGAS AND MARS
    would like to thank the great folks at Los Alamitos Race Course
 for allowing us to film at the race track during morning workouts.
   No more beautiful place than a race track in the morning hours.
         To be able to share my favorite sport with moviegoers...
                              is a true privilege. ~ Dell Yount

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Sports Illustrated - American Pharoah

          Celebrate the great sport of thoroughbred horse racing
       and join the conversation @ UpInClass Horse Racing Forum.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Director & Actor meet @ Santa Anita

   Film Writer/Director, SIDNEY J. FURIE & Actor, DELL YOUNT
meet at Santa Anita Park to discuss their upcoming movie project:
     DRIVE ME TO VEGAS AND MARS. (shooting - Summer 2015).

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

2015 Kentucky Derby Week

                             AMERICAN PHAROAH
              Enjoy PHOTOS from 2015 Kentucky Derby Week 

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Sunday, April 5, 2015

2015 Santa Anita Derby Day

              DELL YOUNT & DORTMUND at Santa Anita Park
            See more photos @ UpInClass Horse Racing Forum

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Bob Neumeier wins for Old Friends

             Bob Neumeier, the longtime NBC Sports handicapper 
               and Boston sportscaster, won the inaugural NTRA 
                          NHC Charity Challenge Jan. 24, 
            less than three months after suffering serious stroke.   
            A field of 40 celebrities, broadcasters, and media types 
                        competed in the Charity Challenge.  
            As the winner, Neumeier will have $5,000 donated 
                              in his name to Old Friends, 
                  the Thoroughbred retirement nonprofit 
               with farms in Kentucky and upstate New York.
             Another $5,000 goes to a charity of his choosing.
                Neumeier said he would consult with his wife 

                           before announcing his selection.
Old Friends provides a dignified retirement to Thoroughbreds 
whose racing and breeding careers have come to an end. 
By promoting these one-time celebrated horses
through a campaign of education and tourism, 
we hope to raise awareness of all equines in need.