I think he has settled some on the track (less bucks) but he is ever the professional from what I hear and a favorite with the riders. My first impression of him was he has that look at me attitude - he is a ham, smart he takes everything in stride but ks trying to solve what is going on (we took him at dinnertime before racing began) I laugh because as a rider I tend to getting a little adhd like so I don't like to droin on the same thing over and over, I mix it up and use lots of out of ring work to keep them interested. Soumds like frank will fit this bill perfect. Thanks I love hearing stories about him it is like a family history and he seems to be well liked by all.
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