There are so many sayings with the word “Win” in relation to sports, but none of them really get down to the nitty gritty of why chasing that word in itself can’t make you successful.
The word WIN is either a Verb or a Noun.
noun: verb; plural noun: verbs
a word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and forming the main part of the predicate of a sentence, such as hear, become, happen.
verb: verb; 3rd person present: verbs; past tense: verbed; past participle: verbed; gerund or present participle: verbing
1.use (a word that is not conventionally used as a verb, typically a noun) as a verb.
Insert eye roll. I can here you all now – you hated grammar in school so you sure don’t want a mini lesson in it now.
Insert that cute emoji lady with her hand up in the air right here. I hated that part of English class too, I groaned internally as I wrote it BUT the fact remains that the word “WIN” isn’t tangible.
1.perceptible by touch.
synonyms: touchable, palpable, tactile, material, physical, real, substantial, corporeal, solid, concrete;
The word Win is NOT something you can touch with your hand, it is not tangible.
A Win looks different with different ground, different set ups, different riders and different horses.