Former horse jockey Randy Romero, winner of the Breeders' Cup, is a Louisiana sports legend still well loved in racing circles today. In 1985 he was at the top of his game, ranked number two in the country. This gripping biography covers the triumphs and tragedies in his exciting career, until his retirement in 1999.
In addition to authoring more than twenty books, award-winning writer Bill Heller contributes to Trainer Magazine and Canadian Sportsman. He also handicaps New York Thoroughbred racing for the Daily Gazette. His accolades include an Eclipse Award for writing on Thoroughbred racing, five first place honors in the American Horse Publications awards, and the William Leggett Breeders' Cup Award.