Rich Strike’s Coach Eric Reed Asked About Kamala Harris’ Alleged Tweet


Eric Reed, trainer of Rich Strike, the horse that unlikely won the Kentucky Derby 80-1, was asked about a derogatory tweet he allegedly sent about Vice President Kamala Harris.

In January, Sebastian Gorka, a former adviser to President Trump, asked, “So what exactly are Kamala’s qualifications?

An account with the handle @daddyrabbit1964 and Eric Reed replied, “I heard she’s good on her knees!!”

Reed appeared on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” on Wednesday, and John Barr asked him if he sent that tweet.

“I haven’t seen anything about it,” Reed replied.

“We haven’t talked about it. I don’t know what’s going on there. I’m more concerned about Richie and what’s going on with us, and this big horse, and how much he’s helping everyone. So, there are haters out there, and that’s pretty much how I’m going to leave something like this.

Eric Reed, Kamala Harris
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In summary: this response could not be interpreted as either a confirmation or a denial.

The @daddyrabbit1964 Twitter account is currently private. The account’s biography reads, “Horse trainer and curator Reagan. Fantasy Football fanatic, owner of the Mercury Equine Center. The Mercury Equine Center is Rich Strike’s home track.

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