I can't go anywhere without somebody pointing him out. We'll go in the drug store or Target and people will be like, "Oh my God, are you the two jockeys? Everyone from our friends to the reviews in the paper; people seem to think it's interesting and different and genuine. And after that I thought, well, I guess I owe him another date, and that was that. You know when you stare at somebody because you think that they are just so good-looking? I didn't talk to him or anything but I noticed him right away, so it's funny to think about where we have ended up. When you guys sit down at the dinner table, is it hard not to talk about horse racing? We talk about racing right after a race; we usually immediately come up to each other and ask if they saw it and what they thought and we get feedback from each other, which is really great.
But beyond that we don't talk about it all the time.
Sutherland said she has been considering a return to racing for six months, “I've missed it so much,” she said.
Her targeted return date is Santa Anita Park's opening day, Dec.
Oops forgot to tell you that Dan Kruse proposed to me New Years Eve and I said YES .
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In case you haven’t heard the news on Twitter, Southern California jockey Chantal Sutherland is celebrating her engagement to Dan Kruse of Monrovia, CA. ” Kruse is a member of the family that owns Kruse Meats in Monrovia.” It’s well-known that Sutherland was previously engaged to jockey Mike Smith, but the couple broke off their engagement in June 2010 and in August 2011 participated in a match race at Del Mar called the “Battle of the Exes,” won by Smith.
she was sour and frustrated when she first left the saddle in 2012.
26, but she indicated she may ride a few races at Los Alamitos to get back in shape.
She returned to the track in September, working horses for Bob Baffert assistant Mike Marlow at Los Alamitos.
Sutherland grew up in the Toronto, Ontario area where her father Hugh owned a horse farm and trained standardbreds.
As a young girl, she played competitive field hockey and was invited to try out for Canada's junior World Cup team.