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Starlight Racing has named a 2-year-old colt Coach Clint (Laoban) in honor of the late Clinton Glasscock, a longtime member of the partnership and a tennis coach at St. Xavier High School. Coach Clint is in training at Keeneland with Brendan Walsh and will be moving over to Churchill Downs in May.

Starlight Racing is hosting an auction to allow individuals to bid on and acquire 10% of the horse’s net earnings for the entire duration of the operation’s ownership of the colt, with proceeds from the auction benefitting the Davenport Family Scholarship at Bellarmine University and the Bellarmine Men’s Basketball Program, both passions of Glasscock.

The 10% owner of Coach Clint will be entitled to racing privileges associated with the actual ownership experience provided by Starlight Racing. This unique opportunity not only celebrates Glasscock’s passion for horse racing, but also honors his enduring commitment to philanthropy and community service.

The auction will take place at the Davenport Derby Dash, to be held Wednesday at Audubon Country Club at 6 p.m.

Scott Davenport, the Head Men’s basketball coach at Bellarmine University said, “Clint’s passion was infectious. His efforts in creating the Knight Club helped launch us to Division 1 and showed how devoted he was to Bellarmine Basketball and his time spent mentoring our players away from the court showed how much he cared about the future success of our young men after graduation. Not a day goes by when we don’t miss Clint.”

For more information on how to participate in the auction and to bid online visit: https://one.bidpal.net/2024raffledavenport/welcome.

The post Coach Clint Name and Auction to Honor Longtime Starlight Partner appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions.

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