World Class Horse Trainer in Casper
"I was living in Texas and the racing industry was shutting down. There wasn't a lot of money, so I just decided it was better for me to retire and help my wife," Carden said. "The first time I spent a winter in Wyoming and I had to plug my truck in and it said negative 4. I was ready to go home. This is a nice place to raise a family and I'm really enjoying Wyoming, especially now that the racing has made a turn and I can do the things I like to do in life."
The world champion horse trainer had his reasons for coming out of retirement.
"As soon as I heard about the opportunity of horse racing coming back in a big way to Wyoming, I was all about it," Carden said. "I think if they come out, look at the horses, and find the one they like...It's your opinion, it's your money. You can pick the horse that you want and that's the one you like, sometimes it wins."
So good luck, Reporting in Casper, Megan Salle K2 Sports.