Mine That Birdâ€™s brother from another mother rekindles Holtsâ€™ hope of having horse in Derby
By Ben Carlson
Monday, May 11, 2009 at 8:00 pm
When Mine That Bird won Saturday’s Kentucky Derby, David Holt grabbed his wife Dana, picked her up and twirled her around their living room.
No, the Holts didn’t have a big wager on the 50-to-1 longshot Kentucky Derby winner, they have something even better: his brother.
The Holts, owners of Gunsmoke Farm on Nevins Station Road, are the proud owners of Dadisman, a yearling sired by Birdstone, the father of Mine That Bird.
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