http://news.cincypost.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070531/SPT/705310330/1022 had Johnson to race horse at River Downs Twenty-four years after Cris Collinsworth first raced a horse, another high-profile Bengals wide receiver will take on the challenge. For the benefit of his favorite charity, "Feed The Children," Chad Johnson will race a horse on June 9, River Downs officials said Wednesday. The race, billed as "Man vs. Beast," will be the feature race of the day at River Downs and simulcast to more than 400 outlets across the country and in South America. Track officials said the race will take place on the turf course. The horse, a 4-year-old colt named Restore the Road trained by Ivan Vasquez and owned by Patricia Genn, will break from the inside at the eighth pole. Johnson will break from the outside rail going 1/16th of a mile (110 yards).