Colin Boyle is an 18 year harness and thoroughbred racing sport enthusiast from Salem, New Hampshire. He is a geography buff, having won the geography bee out of 900 students at his middle school back in 2016. Colin’s ultimate dream is to travel as much as possible and see the world.
He is a part owner of 11 racehorses, including this year’s Kentucky Derby and Breeders cup Classic winner, Authentic. He has been involved in two successful harness racing partnerships, has been at training centers in the northeast, been to numerous racetracks, and befriended numerous horsemen. Colin is a USTA youth delegate and writes an article for the USTA magazine about horses and events called Colin’s Corner. He also is a reporter for his online high school, K12 Private Academy where he writes a monthly article typically about horse racing.
Lastly, Colin has started handicapping the races and really enjoys this new skill. Being on the autism spectrum, Colin finds that his natural aptitude for facts and figures assists him in handicapping the races and is something he truly enjoys. Colin is very excited to work with the folks at HHANE on the races and encourage others to get involved in the sport!