I AM HORSERACING

Jockey agent Matt Nakatani was born with racing already coursing through his veins as the son of Southern California jockey Corey Nakatani and trainer Michele Dollase. He also counts an uncle, aunt and grandfather, the late Wallace Dollase, as trainers within the industry. After graduating from the University of Louisville with degrees in Sports Management and Communications, he returned to home to California to be near family and took on a more active role in his father’s distinguished riding career, becoming his agent.

The pairing was a success and the young Nakatani helped his father return off an extended layoff, solidifying himself as a talented and well-respected member of the industry. Though not an easy one, Nakatani says his job and passion are one and the same and that he goes after each early morning, disappointing defeat and exhilarating win all for the love of the horse and the life they have given him and his family.

Meet Matt Nakatani. He is Horse Racing.  

#IAMHORSERACING
Iamhorseracing@gmail.com
Iamhorseracing.org

GRAB AND GO MUST HAVES FOR SUMMER!

Summer is here, and as we get busier we often forget the things we need to enjoy the season more!

STAY HYDRATED!
Many of us do not drink enough water, and drinking water is so very important for the functions of our body.
Drinking water also helps the skin stay looking younger longer.
DRINK YOUR WATER!
MAKE IT FUN!
GET A WATER BOTTLE THAT HAS A TRACKER OF THE AMOUNT OF WATER YOU’VE DRANK EACH HOUR.
DOWNLOAD AN APP ON YOUR PHONE THAT REMINDS YOU TO DRINK MORE WATER.
DO WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO TO DRINK MORE WATER.

WEAR SUNSCREEN EVERY DAY, EVEN ON CLOUDY DAYS!

Wear Sunglasses outdoors, even on cloudy days! Protect those beautiful eyes!

Always carry a portable snack with you, such as a protein bar or these delicious snacks in pouches. I promise they really are not gross, and they really help when you need a quick snack and don’t have the time to really eat.

I don’t always take my kindle with me, so I keep a magazine or two in my bag just in case.

I have been stuck in traffic for very long times due to an accident further up the road, and it’s nice to have something besides the radio to distract you while you are practically parked on the Interstate.

And how many times has a quick visit to the doctor taken longer??? And we all know their magazines aren’t always the most interesting.

And most important, before you toss these items into your bag and go, make sure your car is properly maintained and ready for the trip!

BE SURE TO CARRY AT LEAST A SMALL FIRST AID KIT, EXTRA WATER AND SNACKS, SUCH AS CRACKERS THAT WILL DEAL WITH EXTREME TEMPS INSIDE THE CAR.

Spare tire and lug wrench

TOILET PAPER (UGH…I KNOW) BUT ROADSIDE STOPS MAY BE NEEDED, AND HOW MANY REST AREAS HAVE YOU STOPPED AT THAT DIDN’T HAVE TOILET PAPER?

I hope you enjoy your Summer regardless of what you do. Stay safe! Stay hydrated!

ZIN KATO~ AMAZON FASHION SHOW 2019

I WANT SO MANY OF THESE!!!!!

READY TO WEAR WOMEN’S SPRING FASHION WITH AN IMPACT!

ZIN KATO

Designer Profile
Faculty of Fashion. 
Establishes ZIN in 1975. 
Opens its first overseas retail store in LA in 2001 along with launching the ZIN KATO brand. 
Participates in the NY coterie in 2004 and the Tokyo collection in 2005.
Invited by the Chongqing government (China) to hold an exhibition in 2007.
Invited by China Guangdong TV in 2009 and broadcasted a collection throughout China.
Holds the first ever fashion show in the Northern islands of Kunashir in 2009.
In 2010 holds a fashion show in the Northern islands of Kunashir and Etorofu.
Brand Profile
[Established year] 2001
Dedicated in pursuing an exquisiteness unique to the Japanese, ZIN applies the most delicate of materials in order to compose the most elegant of apparels. ZIN excels in blending the wonders of surrealistic allure into our casual and accustomed wear.
CategoryWomen’s / Ready To Wear

#ZINKATO #AMAZONFASHIONSHOW

I AM HORSE RACING

With horse racing very much in the news now, for various reasons, here is an excellent site to check out the people behind the scenes.

Whether you are a fan of horse racing or not, this is a well set up site for information.

There will always be horse racing, and the best we can do, is work harder to keep the animals and their people safe.

Jockey agent Matt Nakatani was born with racing already coursing through his veins as the son of Southern California jockey Corey Nakatani and trainer Michele Dollase. He also counts an uncle, aunt and grandfather, the late Wallace Dollase, as trainers within the industry. After graduating from the University of Louisville with degrees in Sports Management and Communications, he returned to home to California to be near family and took on a more active role in his father’s distinguished riding career, becoming his agent.

The pairing was a success and the young Nakatani helped his father return off an extended layoff, solidifying himself as a talented and well-respected member of the industry. Though not an easy one, Nakatani says his job and passion are one and the same and that he goes after each early morning, disappointing defeat and exhilarating win all for the love of the horse and the life they have given him and his family.

Meet Matt Nakatani. He is Horse Racing.  

#IAMHORSERACING
Iamhorseracing@gmail.com
Iamhorseracing.org