Alex Canchari Obituary, Death Cause – Alex Canchari, may you finally rest in peace. When I first started working at Canterbury Park, which was close to seventeen years ago, there was this small child with curly hair that was pouring over the rims of his helmet while he was working in the Canterbury Cantina.
When I first started working there, he was working in the Canterbury Cantina. I’ll never forget him because he was drinking at the cantina while I was. Instantaneously, a grin broke out on his face, and he swiftly began making preparations to serve some very tasty nachos. His face lit up with joy.
It was as if he had vanished into thin air from the cantina and suddenly materialized on the opposite side of the racecourse, where he was jockeying horses and winning races. After making up your mind to leave the Canterbury coop in the end, you were afterward noticed riding in a number of different regions of the country via simulcast.
This transpired after a good deal of time had passed and a variety of seasons had passed. The most recent time that I connected with you was when I was filming you saddle up for a local connection at Churchill Downs on an Oaks Day undercard. This was the most recent time that we spoke.
When one had been doing the other, it was quite a change to go from working behind the bar at a cantina to the exciting world of horse racing after having done the former. When you offered to provide your support in marketing the Lowest Takeout during the racing meet that took place in 2016, you acted in a manner befitting a real gentleman.
I dug up one of my old recordings to play for other people to remember the good times we had together, given that there are probably a lot of people who were not around the first time it was done. I did this because I wanted to help others remember the good times we had together.
Not only to his immediate family but also to his extended Canchari family, I would like to convey my gratitude for everything they have done for me.