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Big Jim Talks Big Jim


Published: January 25, 2011 11:40 am ET

Last Comment: January 25, 2011 2:36 pm ET | 2 Comment(s) | Jump to Comments

"You know, I'm not a fan of heat racing but yes, I think I'm probably going to have to race him in the [Little Brown] Jug. If he's ever going to go to sire, the Americans would like to see him in the Jug, that's for sure."

On today's episode of Trot Radio we speak to Jim Carr, the owner of the fastest two-year-old in the history of harness racing Big Jim. Carr and Trot Radio's Norm Borg discuss how Big Jim would get around a half-mile track, the roadmap for returning in 2011, could we see Big Jim race as a four-year-old, how his two-year-old Camluck brother compares and why Carr supported the Racing Development & Sustainability Plan.

Big Jim is a finalist in this Saturday's O'Brien Awards in the Two-Year-Old Pacing Colt category along with Mystician.

Episode 178 – Jim Carr
Audio Format: MP3 audio
Host: Norm Borg

(Photo Credit: Acton Photography)

Please note that the opinions expressed in the following interview are those of the participant and do not necessarily reflect Rideau Carleton Raceway and/or Standardbred Canada.

January 25, 2011 - 2:36 pmI am hoping to see you and

Dale Leiska SAID...

I am hoping to see you and Big Jim have a great year.
I look forward to see you and Big Jim at the Meadowlands on Pace Day. All the best to Mr. James Carr and all involved with Big Jim for a great year in 2011.

January 25, 2011 - 12:04 pmFelicitations, Mr. Carr, you

Felicitations, Mr. Carr, you are a true ambassador for everything good in the industry. Hope Big Jim kicks some rump as a three year old!

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