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Nick Luck Daily Ep 544 - How fierce is the Bear? National Stakes next target Nick is joined by Daily Mirror journalist David Yates to spin through all. the news and events from around the horseracing world. They begin with a look back at the Phoenix Stakes and the outstanding performance of Little Big Bear. Dave brings news from Aidan O'Brien that the winner will likely bypass the Nunthorpe for the more conventional aim of the National Stakes. Nick talks to Sean Quinn about Highfield Princess's astonishing progress and her victory in yesterday's Prix Maurice de Gheest, while NBC's Matt Bernier questions whether Whitney winner Life is Good can stay the 10 furlongs of the Breeders' Cup Classic. Nick and Dave discuss the rise and rise of William Buick after his Saratoga heroics while they also touch on trainer William Haggas's comments over the weekend on fixture reduction and the reduced attendance at Ascot's Shergar Cup. Later in this edition, veteran horseplayer and Saratoga regular Peter Rotondo Sr. talks about his love for the iconic venue and the backyard family.
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Nick Luck Daily Ep 544 - How fierce is the Bear? National Stakes next target Nick is joined by Daily Mirror journalist David Yates to spin through all. the news and events from around the horseracing world. They begin with a look back at the Phoenix Stakes and the outstanding performance of Little Big Bear. Dave brings news from Aidan O'Brien that the winner will likely bypass the Nunthorpe for the more conventional aim of the National Stakes. Nick talks to Sean Quinn about Highfield Princess's astonishing progress and her victory in yesterday's Prix Maurice de Gheest, while NBC's Matt Bernier questions whether Whitney winner Life is Good can stay the 10 furlongs of the Breeders' Cup Classic. Nick and Dave discuss the rise and rise of William Buick after his Saratoga heroics while they also touch on trainer William Haggas's comments over the weekend on fixture reduction and the reduced attendance at Ascot's Shergar Cup. Later in this edition, veteran horseplayer and Saratoga regular Peter Rotondo Sr. talks about his love for the iconic venue and the backyard family.
Nick Luck Daily Ep 545 - Will more trainers quit as recession bites? Nick is joined by RTE and Racing TV broadcaster Jane Mangan to discuss the latest news and events from around the racing world. Nick is in Saratoga at the Fasig Tipton sale, where big money is flying, but - in stark contrast - news of another trainer calling time on his business comes through from the UK. Harry Dunlop explains to Nick what was behind his decision and why it is so difficult to make the economics work post Covid and Brexit. Nick and Jane also talk about Little Big Bear's lofty rating, Bradsell's injury, the upcoming Prix Jacques le Marois and Jane has the final word on the preclusion of Irish handicappers from lower grade UK races. Nick talks to former French champion apprentice Mikaelle Michel, fresh from landing her first stakes race in the US having moved her tack to Kentucky, journalist Michael Guerin brings sad news from New Zealand of the death of rider Taiki Yanagida, while Arqana's executive director Freddy Powell is this week's Weatherbys Bloodstock guest.
The Matt Bernier Show | Ep. 126 | August 8, 2022 On this week's show:- Looking back at the Whitney from Saratoga-- Life is Good-- Happy Saver-- Hot Rod Charlie-- Olympiad
First Over With Edison Hatter--Hambletonian Day 2022 Roundtable Recap On this episode of First Over with Edison Hatter, Edison is joined by Mike Pribozie, Ray Cotolo, Garnet Barnsdale, Derick Giwner, and Robert Reid Jr. to recap Hambletonian Day 2022 and all the big winners, including COOL PAPA BELL, who was the biggest upset winner of the Hambletonian in history.
Players’ Podcast - Monday Mid-Atlantic Pick 4 Nick Tammaro hosts Jessica Paquette from Colonial Downs and Samantha Perry from Monmouth Park as they handicap the Mid-Atlantic Pick 4 for Monday afternoon. Four races in 44 minutes!
In the Ring with Acacia Clement, Ep 48: Conrad Bandaroff, Headley Bell Acacia is joined by Conrad Bandoroff of Denali Stud to discuss the horses their consignment is selling at the Fasig Tipton Saratoga Select Sale. She then talks to Headley Bell of Mill Ridge Farm about their consignment, as well as their stallion, Oscar Performance.
Live at the Brentwood with Duke Matties PTF and Duke Matties talk about the Saratoga meet and the Whitney Day card.
Nick Luck Daily Ep 543 - Is British racing sitting on its hands? Nick is joined by journalist and broadcaster Lydia Hislop to discuss the news and events from around the racing world today. Nick is in Saratoga ahead of a stellar Whitney Stakes, and Tom Stanley catches up with Hot Rod Charlie's trainer Doug O'Neill. Nick and Lydia preview the Group One action in France and Ireland this week with a contribution from Artorius's trainer Sam Freedman, and give their thoughts on the first round of the Racing League in the company of rider Sean Levey. The also discuss the accusation that there's has been a lack of urgency in racing's corridors of power, as well as the decision by the BHA to prohibit foreign trained horses in low grade handicaps and the changes to the Pertemps final qualifications.
Players' Podcast: Del Mar Mandatory Payout + LRF Cares Contest PTF is here to host a Del Mar pressbox reunion with Scott Shapiro of twinspires.com and Frank Scatoni. They go over all the races in the mandatory payout Pick Six, which is expected to attract a multi-million dollar pool and have more than $500,000 in added money. Plus, tangents about pressbox characters, contest play, and favorite karaoke jams.To play in the LRF Cares contest, on track or online, go to inthemoneypodcast.com/LRF
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