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“We have a new lease on life, pardon the pun,” Weiss said.‘A WORKING LAB’ On top of entertainment and historical value, the racetrack’s day-to-day operations provide an educational aspect.“It’s hard to schedule time with the other parent.” Tiak Williams, also known as Ty, says, “You’re always doing something and it’s not for yourself.” Williams, 34, loves everything about being a father but says at times he struggles to pay the bills.“You learn to cook more dinners,” he said with a chuckle.
The track bills itself as the “birthplace of quarterhorse racing in the United States.” That history gives the place both its charm and its recent headaches.They all have had roommates at times to help keep living expenses down.They say they have to know the person and trust them before introducing a new person into their child’s life, especially when it comes to dating.PRESERVING HISTORY General Manager Mike Weiss, an Ohio native who now lives in Florida, wasn’t even sure there would be a racing season this year.
Pima County, which owns the land on which the track sits, didn’t extend the racing lease until January. “I told them in September, ‘If you don’t have an extension, you can’t keep putting money into it,’” Weiss said. is the management end of the Rillito Park Foundation, a nonprofit in charge of running the racetrack.
Chi says he put his life on hold until his daughter grows up.