The race begins: intent on outdistancing his rivals, a jockey spurs his horse to great speed.
Focus on restraint. This will have an affect like 2009 Kentucky Derby Calvin Borel riding “Mine that Bird”. He won by holding back until the perfect moment when he could shoot up the inside and lead the race. Just like him, until your moment comes to move forward, your best mode of operation is to work on your technique. The issue has to do with overbearing expertise. Your horse is the long shot. You may not have much bragging rights yet, but you sure do have the strength to disregard those who don’t believe. There will come a day when you will go well beyond where they thought you could go. Hold your impulses until then. Victory comes with discipline. Patricia Neal once said, “When you call upon a Thoroughbred, he gives you all the speed, strength of heart and sinew in him. When you call on a jackass, he kicks..”