26th Annual New York State GIS Conference
Banquet Feature: Jack Knowlton, owner of the most winning race horse, Funny Cide
As you make plans to attend at the 26th Annual NYS GIS Conference, consider attending the Monday night banquet. In addition to being able to network with other GIS enthusiasts and enjoy an excellent meal, you will have the opportunity to listen to Jack Knowlton, who will tell us about his most winning race horse, Funny Cide.
Don't miss the banquet dinner address on Monday, October 25 at 6:30 pm
Sackatoga Stable LLC was founded by Jack Knowlton and Ed Mitzen in July 2006. Jack has had an integral role, serving as a Managing Partner since 1995 and as the racing manager for 15 racehorses, including 2003 Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Funny Cide.
Funny Cide Statistics include: Lifetime earnings of $3,204,485. These are the highest earnings of any New York Thoroughbred in history.
#1 TOP Funny Cide Question: How did Funny Cide get his name? Answer: Funny Cide's name was derived from the names of his sire (father) and dam (mother) who were Distorted Humor and Belle's Good Cide.
Join us on Sunday, October 24 through Tuesday, October 26, 2010 in historic Saratoga Springs, NY at The Saratoga Hilton for New York State's premier Geographic Information Systems Conference. For more information, visit us on the web: http://www.esf.edu/nysgisconf/.
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