The book is very well written and the author knows horse racing (again, he gets a little technical sometimes but if you know anything about this sport it makes the book that much better). The writer digs deep into the owner's horse history, bankruptcy, etc. which is in fact interesting, at least I thought so.
I can't wait for volume two in about ten to fifteen years when his colts will be prancing around the race tracks of the world, winning stakes races over and over again. My only negative comment is that I wish there were photos but maybe in the update? Again, have we not seen the grand pictures of this bay colt crossing the finish lines a zillion times already? I'm sure there will be many books coming out about this great horse but I think this one will be hard to beat. The writer has real pedigree, like the horse, and it shows.
Put this book on your "must read" list as you gather your tote bag for beach reads, a commute read, or read it to put yourself to sleep at night, taking it all in because it isn't likely we'll another horse of this stature for another 25 years or so.