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Roostertail Talk
Episode 102: Billy and Jane Schumacher

Roostertail Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 32:35


Welcome to episode 102! In the conclusion of my interview with Billy, Jane Schumacher joins the podcast.  Jane reflects on what hydroplane racing meant to her while growing up in the PNW.  I talk with both Jane and Billy about how they met and became owners of an unlimited hydroplane racing team.  They both reflect on their favorite and not so favorite times in the sport and what they both look forward to.  Enjoy!Bustin' Chops & Callin' ShotsEach week Josh and Jon sit down to give their take on travel sports and everything in...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Roostertail Talk
Episode 101: Billy Schumacher, Part 2

Roostertail Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 29:26


Welcome to episode 101! In the part 2 of a 3 part interview we focus on the early years of Billy's racing career.  We dive into his driving career post Miss Bardahl days.  Billy discusses his time racing the Parco O-Ring Miss, Pay'n'Pak, tunnel boats and for Leslie Rosenburg.  Look for part 3 of the Schumachers interview to begin streaming on October 11th at 5AM PST.  Enjoy!Photo from Roger Newton CollectionSupport the show

Roostertail Talk
Episode 100: Billy Schumacher, Part 1

Roostertail Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 36:37


Welcome to episode 100! To celebrate 100 episodes Billy and Jane Schumacher joins the podcast.  In the first part of a 3 part interview we focus on the early years of Billy's racing career.  We chat about growing up in Seattle, driving outboards and early years driving for various Unlimited teams to his years racing for Ole Bardahl.  Look for part 2 of the Schumachers interview to begin streaming on October 11th at 5AM PST.  Enjoy!Photo from Roger Newton CollectionSupport the show

The Final Furlong Podcast
Jumpers to Follow Preview - Grade One Chasers 2022/23

The Final Furlong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 118:40


Proudly brought to you by Kalooki Sportsbook and Weatherbys: Emmet Kennedy is joined by Paul Ferguson as the lads focus on the new National Hunt season and the Grade One chasers to follow for the Gold Cup, Champion Chase and Ryanair Chase divisions. We get handicap Chasers to follow from Paul and we answer your questions in the return of Listeners Tweets! There's also an exclusive discount code for Final Furlong Podcast listeners for Paul Ferguson's Jumpers To Follow Click the link and enter the promo code to get your copy: https://weatherbysshop.co.uk/paul-fergusons-jumpers-to-follow/ Open Your account with our Official Betting Partner Kalooki Sports Book, who will beat the price of other bookmakers, with BPG for Horse Racing and instant withdrawls. Join today www.kalookisportsbook.co.uk We've teamed up with Hacked Up Horse Racing gifts have launched an embroidered clothing range. You can get Hats, Gilets, fleeces, polo shirts, backpacks and many more clothing items that are fully personalised with your own silks! These are perfect for Owners, racing yards, syndicates and racing fans. They're also the number one supplier of all personalised horse racing merchandise - Mugs, Keyrings, Drinks Bottles... you name it they have probably got it Listen at the start for your 15% discount code and check out the full range at www.hackedup.co.uk  Show Your Support for The FFP with Likes & Shares on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 573 - A lot of Hot Ayr?

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 51:57


Nick is joined by broadcaster Rishi Persad to discuss the latest news and developments from around the racing world. They discuss Ayr's dissatisfaction with York's staging a fixture on Gold Cup day in 2023, the standing down of jockey Sean Levey, the ROA AGM, and Flightline's standing as the world's best horse. Nick talks to Flightline's co-owner Bill Farish, at whose Lane's End Farm the horse will stand, as to whether there's a possibility that her remains in training. Charlie Parker, ROA President, responds to criticism of the organisation and outlines his strategy. Nick also checks in with trainer John Quinn on the wellbeing of Highfield Princess and Ayr Gold Cup contender Mr Wagyu, while Fr33dom Zampaladus talks about National Racehorse Week and Sarah Kelly gives us an update on the Godolphin Flying Start.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 573 - A lot of Hot Ayr?

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 51:14


Nick is joined by broadcaster Rishi Persad to discuss the latest news and developments from around the racing world. They discuss Ayr's dissatisfaction with York's staging a fixture on Gold Cup day in 2023, the standing down of jockey Sean Levey, the ROA AGM, and Flightline's standing as the world's best horse. Nick talks to Flightline's co-owner Bill Farish, at whose Lane's End Farm the horse will stand, as to whether there's a possibility that her remains in training. Charlie Parker, ROA President, responds to criticism of the organisation and outlines his strategy. Nick also checks in with trainer John Quinn on the wellbeing of Highfield Princess and Ayr Gold Cup contender Mr Wagyu, while Fr33dom Zampaladus talks about National Racehorse Week and Sarah Kelly gives us an update on the Godolphin Flying Start.

Matchbook Betting Podcast
Racing: Best Bets Ayr Gold Cup & Newbury

Matchbook Betting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 42:35


ITV Saturday is upon us once again as the trio of Tom Stanley, Steve Jones and Micheál Deasy return looking at the nine race slate. Live at 09:30 and out as a podcast afterwards. Time Stamps: 15.40 Ayr - Ayr Gold Cup (02:20), 13.20 Ayr - 1m Handicap (09:30), 13.55 Ayr - Doonside Cup Stakes (13:50), 14.30 Ayr - Silver Cup Handicap (15:50), 15.05 Ayr - Firth Of Clyde Fillies' Stakes (21:45), 13.40 Newbury - Legacy Cup Stakes (26:52), 14.15 Newbury - World Trophy Stakes (30:56), 14.50 Newbury - Mill Reef Stakes (33:33), 15.25 Newbury - Dubai Duty-Free Handicap (37:00), Charity Best Bets - Racing Welfare (40:33). 18+ | BeGambleAware

SystemBet
Ep222 Ayr Gold Cup Weekend Preview

SystemBet

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 53:19


Lee, John, Quentin and Jack give you their 3 best bets of the weekend as well as going over all the ITV$ Races from Ayr and Newbury Intro 00:00 3rd Best Bets 01:38 2nd Best Bets 09:35 Best Bets 18:43 ITV Racing 29:14 13.20 Ayr - Virgin Bet Handicap 29:14 13.55 Ayr - Virgin Bet Doonside Cup Stakes 32:07 14.30 Ayr - Virgin Bet Ayr Silver Cup Handicap 34:30 15.05 Ayr - Virgin Bet Firth Of Clyde Fillies' Stakes 36:38 15.40 Ayr - Virgin Bet Ayr Gold Cup Handicap 40:59 13.40 Newbury - Dubai Duty Free Legacy Cup Stakes 44:29 14.15 Newbury- Dubai International Airport World Trophy Stakes 47:07 14.50 Newbury - Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes 49:12 15.25 Newbury - Dubai Duty Free Handicap 51:41

Oddschecker Betting Podcast
Ayr Gold Cup | Tips and Preview with Andy Holding

Oddschecker Betting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 28:03


George Elek is joined by Andy Holding to look ahead to another weekend's flat racing with the Ayr Gold Cup and a nice looking card at Newbury ahead.Following the declarations for the feature of the week at Ayr, Khanjar heads the betting at 4/1 with the rest of the 25 runner field all 10/1 bar. Andy thinks the favourite is a group horse in the making and could well prove to be good value at the prices. At the time of writing SkyBet are paying 7 places on this one so it could pay to look for each-way value. Mr Wagyu and Bielsa are another two that catch Andy's eye at 14/1 and 10/1 respectively.Over at Newbury we've got the Legacy Stakes at 13:40. Dubai Future heads the betting here, his last win came in the Wolferton Stakes at Royal Ascot but was only good enough for third last time out in the York Stakes.The feature of the day at Newbury is the Dubai Duty Free Handicap. Warren Point leads the market here at 7/2 in an open looking contest.As well as previewing Saturday's action at Newbury and Ayr, the guys briefly discuss the decision to send Baaeed to Ascot over going for glory in the Arc. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

In The Saddle Podcast
Episode 136 - Betting Preview for Ayr Gold Cup and Mill Reef Stakes

In The Saddle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 25:17


In Episode 136 of the In The Saddle Podcast, racing journalist Chris Loader hosts racing pundits Liz Bachelor and Katie Midwinter as they preview the weekend action at Ayr and Newbury. Please Subscribe to us on iTunes, Spotify, and Soundcloud!

Under Starters Orders - Racing Podcast

Chris is joined by Steven & Sam as they look ahead to the Scottish tracks big meeting of the flat calendar. We were also joined by Champion jockey, Oisin Murphy as he tells us how he has been spending his time during his enforced period away from the saddle.

SBK Betting Podcast
Ayr Gold Cup & Weekend Betting Preview | SBK Betting Podcast

SBK Betting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 18:24


Following a weekend of high-quality action at Doncaster and Leopardstown, SBK Pundits Ross Millar and Tom Collins select their eye-catchers. The pair also react to the news that Baaeed will head to the QIPCO Champion Stakes at Ascot rather than Paris for the Arc.On the track this weekend, the highly-competitive Ayr Gold Cup takes place this Saturday at 3:40pm and 25 runners go to post with the improving Khanjar at the head of the betting for the dependable duo of William Haggas & Jim Crowley, while last year's winner Bielsa bids to become make history and become the first ever back-to-back winner of the race. Our pundits Tom Collins and Ross Millar put forward their cases whilst also providing their best bets of the weekend and more!Timecodes:00:59 - Irish Champion Weekend + St Leger review05:02 - Baaeed reaction07:18 - Ayr Gold Cup Preview12:30 - NAPs15:19 - Place Plays16:50 - TC's Stat AttackNew SBK customers can get £30 in free bets by depositing £10 (Ts + Cs apply) Hosted by Jess Stafford of Racing TV, we'll be welcoming some of the biggest names in sport and horse racing for weekly tips and insight. From stats and analysis to glorious and inglorious sporting tales; all delivered from the inside rail. 18+ Please Gamble Responsibly. Visit www.begambleaware.orgDownload SBK: https://getsbk.comFollow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/sbk Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Dirt Tracks & Rib Racks
Episode 61 - Gold Cup! #chompchomp

Dirt Tracks & Rib Racks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 72:49


Stoking the Fire Kyle Loomis is a fraud. Brandon Sheppard leaving the Rocket house car at seasons send. More California races cancelled. Late models rainouts/reschedule dates. IMCA Supernationals @ Boone Speedway - Troy Morris III results from there! (ends around 19-20 minute mark) Feature Finish Josh Burton Memorial race Gas City weekly finale Bloomington weekly and a champion is crowned WoO sprints @ Skagit, Greys Harbor, Gold Cup Race of Champions @ Silver Dollar Sprint Car Challenge Tour ASCoC @ Sharon, Port Royal for the Tuscarora 50 USAC Silver Crown @ DuQuoin USAC West Coast sprints USAC National Midgets Xtreme Outlaw sprints @ Jacksonville & Spoon River 52nd Annual Late Model Dream at Eldora SuperDirtcar series Short Track Super Series PA weekly (ends around the 46:00 mark) The Smoke Ice Cream from Super Twist - Brandon Morin's stand Picanha & Skirt steak tacos on Labor Day weekend Ma T 888 China bistro Wing Wednesday A new sandwich creation at Rounders Too Longhorn steak night other cooks from the guys the past couple weeks

Mill House Podcast
Episode 68: Capt. Eddie Wightman - The "Loner"

Mill House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 85:25 Very Popular


Eddie Wightman will go down in history as one of the legendary guides of Islamorada, Florida! Pushing his boat for his clients over 300 days a year, he was known as one of the hardest working guides and was an independent man who prided himself on finding his own fish in different locations. When the fleet of boats went one way, Wightman went the other. So much so that Flip Pallot named him “The Loner!” Wightman took great pride in that name because that's who Wightman is. His reputation preceded him and many wanted his talents to guide them. Eddie fished with a lot of great anglers, those who chased world records and big tournaments. He saw the halcyon years of the best tarpon hole in the world, Homosassa, and won the biggest tarpon tournament, the Gold Cup, twice. His voice was heard loud and clear when the push for no kill tournaments was waged. Conservation prevailed, and in 1992 the Gold Cup evolved into a catch and release event. There were others too, pushing for the change, but Eddie was there at the forefront. I fished with and against Eddie, and I must say there were few at the dock that carried a presence like him. With great respect, we hope you enjoy Mr. Wightman!

Down The Stretch Podcast
Down the Stretch for August 22, 2022

Down The Stretch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 32:32


Not only did the filly Moira crush 10 others in the Queen's Plate, she ran the fastest Queen's Plate ever. We talk with the winning jockey Rafael Hernandez and the trainer Kevin Attard. Visiting jockey Flavien Prat plays along with us as we attempt an interview in two languages. Saturday night at Mohawk provided a full card of eliminations for big Stakes races next week. Marie Claude Auger won the ladies' race at Mohawk and driver Scott Young extended a very rare winning streak with the trotter Cool Muscle. A great night in Summerside, PEI for Anthony MacDonald and thestable.ca as Sintra won the historic Gold Cup and Saucer. And the greatest father-son combination in Canadian harness racing ran 1-2 in a legends race at Kawartha Downs. Wait until you hear what the all-Waples exactor paid.

Maritime Noon from CBC Radio (Highlights)
The CBC's Wayne Thibodeau reports live on Charlottetown's first Gold Cup Parade since the pandemic began. We hear your feedback on cycling safety. And on the phone-in: Niki Jabbour

Maritime Noon from CBC Radio (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 52:53


The Gold Cup Parade returns to Charlottetown, PEI, for the first time since the pandemic began. We speak with the CBC's Wayne Thibodeau. We share your feedback on cycling safety. And on the phone-in: Gardening with Niki Jabbour

Roostertail Talk
Episode 92: Corey Peabody, Part 2

Roostertail Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 33:46


Welcome to episode 92! In part 2 of my interview with Corey Peabody we recall his first victory in an unlimited hydroplane.  He explains what it means to him to be a Gold Cup Champion, to then have a devastating blow over the next week in Madison, Indiana. Enjoy!Photo by Chris Denslow of Digital RoostertailsThe Enthusiasm ProjectDeep dives exploring the world of what it means to be an independent creator.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Mill House Podcast
Episode 66: Capt. Tommy Locke - Passion for the Poon

Mill House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 97:58 Very Popular


A cool thirty three some years ago I fished the sacred water of Homosassa, Florida with Tommy Locke. There, I met a young man I'd soon realize was one of the young, passionate guides of those flats. Initially he was just a name, as I was to him, but we fished hard together and I really dug being in Tommy's presence. We chased the poon in Homo for a few years then I went to the Keys, where I felt I'd see more fish, and have a better chance of upping my game. The poon house is a small house, where everyone knows each other or knows of the others. Well, Tommy became one of the great guides of Homosassa and Charlotte Harbor, before moving to the Florida Keys. He was hungry for new water and challenges. He started fishing the three big tarpon tournaments including the Gold Cup. But what he found was his deepening love for conservation! The poon would never go away, but he started working closely with Captains for Clean water and Bonefish Tarpon Trust, where in 2019 he was awarded with the Flats Stewardship Award for his passion, enduring commitment, and tireless service in protecting and conserving our flats fishery. It has been a privilege and an honor to stand on the bow of Tommy Locke's boat and an even greater one to stand next to him as a friend.... We hope you enjoy the fishing story behind this great man!

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 534 - Coroebus Out; Pyle Drives On

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 35:12


Nick is joined by Daily Mirror racing correspondent David Yates to discuss all the latest news and developments from around the racing world today. They reflect on the win of Pyledriver in Saturday's King George in the companioning of owner/breeder Roger Devlin, who outlines bold plans for the horse and pays tribute to the skills of trainers William Muir and Chris Grassick. With Glorious Goodwood starting tomorrow, Nick catches up with Clerk Ed Arkell to work out whether the ground will be slow enough to see Trueshan take his chance in the Goodwood Cup, in which he would face Gold Cup winner Kyprios, whose owner Moyglare's racing manager Fiona Craig tells Nick she is confident of another big run while also providing an update on star filly Homeless Songs. Nick and Dave consider whether Baaeed will be seriously threatened now Coroebus is out of the Sussex Stakes, while later in the show Paul Nolan discusses his dilemma with HMS Seahorse, who runs at Galway this evening, but is right on the edge of making the cut for Friday's Galway Hurdle, for which he is one of the market leaders.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 534 - Coroebus Out; Pyle Drives On

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 35:12


Nick is joined by Daily Mirror racing correspondent David Yates to discuss all the latest news and developments from around the racing world today. They reflect on the win of Pyledriver in Saturday's King George in the companioning of owner/breeder Roger Devlin, who outlines bold plans for the horse and pays tribute to the skills of trainers William Muir and Chris Grassick. With Glorious Goodwood starting tomorrow, Nick catches up with Clerk Ed Arkell to work out whether the ground will be slow enough to see Trueshan take his chance in the Goodwood Cup, in which he would face Gold Cup winner Kyprios, whose owner Moyglare's racing manager Fiona Craig tells Nick she is confident of another big run while also providing an update on star filly Homeless Songs. Nick and Dave consider whether Baaeed will be seriously threatened now Coroebus is out of the Sussex Stakes, while later in the show Paul Nolan discusses his dilemma with HMS Seahorse, who runs at Galway this evening, but is right on the edge of making the cut for Friday's Galway Hurdle, for which he is one of the market leaders.

Northern Fútbol Podcast
Episode 77 – Canada lands Uruguay for September!

Northern Fútbol Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 69:39


Peter and Thomas drop the latest podcast a day later, but for good reason: Canada officially has September friendlies! The guys go over the opponents in Qatar and Uruguay, how they'll properly prepare Canada for the World Cup and the PR effect of getting this done. Then, the boys go over TSN's report on Canada Soccer's lack of transparency, from the CSB relationship and contract details to some juicy details regarding the women's team. Plus, they try to explain if any of this can be fixed. They also discuss some club futures with Canadians abroad, veterans' futures with the national team, Toronto FC's flurry of moves, one of the most bizarre incidents you'll ever see in the CPL and the Canadian women's team at the Concacaf W Championship. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: Northern Fútbol: @NorthernFutbol Peter Galindo: @GalindoPW Thomas Nef: @ThomasNef Alexandre Gangue-Ruzic: @AlexGangueRuzic RUNNING ORDER: 1:50 - Canada (finally) announces friendlies 8:18 - CSA Report takeaways 18:03 - How to fix the CSA 24:59 - How intertwined is CSA and CSB? 30:54 - Did the women get shafted by the CSB deal? 32:28 - Does CSB deserve credit for its impact on CPL? 35:51 - Richie Laryea's future 39:17 - David staying or leaving? 41:26 - Corbeanu's chances of staying at Wolves? 43:10 - Hutch and Vitoria to retire or stay until the Gold Cup? 46:28 - Should Halbouni have gone on loan to Vancouver? 48:34 - Pecile to Venezia thoughts 51:04 - St. Clair's European chances 53:56 - Toronto FC's flurry, Why is Montreal so inconsistent, Cavallini a starter? 1:00:35 - Akio's blunder, Yao's ceiling, Cavalry/Forge moves, FC Edmonton, etc. 1:06:34 - Can Canada win the Concacaf W Championship? Produced by Peter Galindo.

Mom's Talk BMX
Is Your Rider in Other Sports?

Mom's Talk BMX

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 44:30


 When it comes to BMX this can be a year-round sport, also including training for most kids.  In Florida we race BMX year-round, can your rider juggle multiple sports? What if you race the National or Gold Cup series can you as a parent support your kid in more than one sport? What if you live were you can only BMX 4 to 6 months a year, do you allow your rider to do other sports? Join us as we discuss some pros and cons to this topic. Join us on Facebook @MomsTalkBmx and Instagram @MomsTalkBMX

The Final Furlong Podcast
Oisin Murphy reviews the Irish Derby, Trueshan, the Frankie/Gosden break-up and the best weekends Racing

The Final Furlong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 69:23


Proudly brought to you by Kalooki Sportsbook and All About Sunday, Emmet Kennedy is joined by Champion Jockey Oisin Murphy to review Westovers wonderful performance in the Irish Derby and where to go next. Trueshan produced a terrific weight carrying victory in the Northumberland Plate, but was it really better than winning the Gold Cup?! The lads also discuss exciting juveniles Shartash and Statuette, plus the best of the rest from the weekend. We also talk about Dettori and Gosden's split and the disappointing crowd figures from the Curragh. To find out more about Race Horse Ownership with our official syndicate partnership ALL ABOUT SUNDAY, and to buy YOUR shares in the Horse of Your choice, click this link: https://www.allaboutsunday.com/collections/racehorse-collection?_atid=wKkT399iqRN6MQxTXNW4QNb6U7iRmH Open Your account with our Official Betting Partner Kalooki Sports Book, who will beat the price of other bookmakers, with BPG for Horse Racing and instant withdrawls. Join today www.kalookisportsbook.co.uk Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/Furlong to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + Free Threat Protection + one additional month for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee!

Let's Talk on 98.9fm
Let’s Talk 2022, Episode 105 Deadly Choices Indigenous Seniors Games Gold Cup

Let's Talk on 98.9fm

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 34:23


The Deadly Choices Indigenous Senior Games are a sporting competition … Continued

The Final Furlong Podcast
Royal Ascot Review with Martin Dwyer - Part One

The Final Furlong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 100:20


Proudly brought to you by Kalooki Sportsbook, All About Sunday and NordVPN, Emmet Kennedy is joined by Martin Dwyer to review the key talking points and races from the first three days of Royal Ascot. We discuss Baaeed, Nature Strip, Corebus, State Of Rest, Elder Eldarov, Little Big Bear, The Ridler's controversial win and the big story of the week, the Dettori and Gosden fallout! Plus we discuss the Gold Cup winner Kyprios and how good he could be. Martin also talks about the talent of Ryan Moore and Aidan O'Brien's historic achievements at Royal Ascot 2022. Open Your account with our Official Betting Partner Kalooki Sports Book, who will beat the price of other bookmakers, with BPG for Horse Racing and instant withdrawls. Join today www.kalookisportsbook.co.uk To find out more about Race Horse Ownership with our official syndicate partnership ALL ABOUT SUNDAY, and to buy YOUR shares in the Horse of Your choice, click this link: https://www.allaboutsunday.com/collections/racehorse-collection?_atid=wKkT399iqRN6MQxTXNW4QNb6U7iRmH Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/Furlong to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + Free Threat Protection + one additional month for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee!

Roostertail Talk
Episode 87: 2022 Gold Cup Preview

Roostertail Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 26:31


Welcome to episode 87 of Roostertail Talk.  In today's episode we preview  the Gold Cup which will be held in Guntersville Alabama this year.  Listen in as we make predications and share our Deck2Deck fantasy picks. Who will win the Gold Cup this year? Enjoy!Deck2Deck Hydroplane Fantasy LeagueRoostertail Talk Podcast Fantasy League (Within Deck2Deck)The Enthusiasm ProjectDeep dives exploring the world of what it means to be an independent creator.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

The Sports Entrepreneurs Podcast by Marcus Luer
Sandy Brown, ”American Sports Broadcasting Nomad”

The Sports Entrepreneurs Podcast by Marcus Luer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 81:05


Sandy Brown, another true American Sports Nomad, especially in the Media and Broadcasting space.  Listen to amazing stories of Sandy's globe trotting career around the world from ProServ, NBA, ESPN/Star Sports, Univision, ONE World Sports and more.   Key Highlights Growing up playing tennis, made connections through his Tennis Club in Delaware How he got started at ProServ, first meeting with Donald Dell, driving his limo around the airport Dennis Spencer one of his early mentors (shout out to one of the nicest guys in the industry) Pro-Serve, top roster of Tennis and NBA players, tennis tournaments – peak of company Before Sportel Monaco days, MIP TV and MIP Com , flogging sports TV rights in Cannes   Next stop NBA, international TV rights – David Stern his next mentor, early days as Commissioner (know your business better than anyone else was his mantra) CCTV story.  Happened to me before as well ESPN Asia,  move to Hong Kong  -  at the age of 28 (1992) Birth of Cable industry in Asia, Satellite distribution just started – DTH business across the region US content as a start and Monday night Premier League matches Creative deal making in China Merger of ESPN Asia and Star Sports in Asia (Murdoch) (new set up in Singapore) – Managing Director of new JV Big change in broadcast landscape and shock for Rights holders and agencies Two different corporate cultures working together, very focused on turning a loss making entity to break even ESPN had carriage fees,  Star Sports was free for platform owners (Advertising driven) Exploits in India, cable operators in India are another level (try to visualize it) – Chris McDonald/Manu Sawhney (wild west of India, machine guns, etc) ARPU blend discussion – penny a sub in China, 5 cent in India to 1 dollar in SEA and Taiwan – retail rate of partners Disney/ESPN recently shut the entire network structure down after acquiring FOX Sports globally a few years before, about 30 years later   Next stop CNBC Asia (NBC Universal) – learning the GE culture, Jack Welsh as CEO Business News different thing After 15 years, time to come back to the US – biggest take away, working with great people makes the difference Univision – President of Sports – launching a domestic US cable sports channel focused on Hispanic population – bringing in new ideas and concepts, pushing Rights holders to new grounds ONE World Sports – new platform targeting Asian diaspora in the US (Seamus O'Brien behind the venture) From two affiliate deals, pushed up to 70 Lots of live content, Chinese Super League, KHL (Russian Ice-hockey), ECB (English Cricket), European Football Club Channels, Table Tennis, etc Alternative to ESPN, heavy promotions and support to rights holders to market their product in the US Eventually shareholders decided to sell the business – to ELEVEN Commissioner of Major League Lacrosse – turn around situation, difficult set up with owners and commercial structure League had been around for 20 years, lots of cleaning up to do Competitive League shows up (PLL), plus Covid gets in the way Merging with PLL now, handing it over, winding up MLL Poshando Inc – starting his own consulting business just recently (back in Baltimore) Final thoughts on Broadcasting/Streaming industry currently,  subscription models (Netflix), investor expectations vs industry realities  (ARPU blend vs Sub growth) – quality of subscribers cost of acquisition of subs (cost of broadcast rights   About Alexander P. Brown joined Major League Lacrosse in February 2018. Since taking the helm, Brown has drastically improved the experience and opportunity for players, teams and fans. During his tenure, he has restructured the ownership group, rebranded the league marks and reacquired the league's media rights, leading to exponential growth in nationally televised reach. In 2019, Brown welcomed ten new partners to the league, introduced a creative and sophisticated digital team (generating 194% growth in social traffic, 97% growth in social engagement and 393% growth in web traffic) and achieved a 16% increase in total attendance year-over-year. During the 2020 COVID impacted year, Brown oversaw the most successful year in MLL's history in terms of overall engagement, generating over 150mm digital impressions over an eight (8) day tournament. Further, the league's impressions on ESPN and ESPN + increased by 150% and 1600%, respectively. Brown is an accomplished executive with over 25 years of leadership experience who has spearheaded the launch and growth of multiple sports media outlets. Most recently, he was the President/CEO of One World Sports, where he launched the HD channel across both linear and digital platforms to over 50 million US subscribers through cable and satellite distributors as well as over-the-top (OTT) platforms. In 2010, Brown became President of Univision Sports, the leading media outlet for Spanish-speaking Americans, where he created and launched Univision Deportes to over 15 million US homes. As part of this effort, Brown oversaw the rebranding of Univision Sports. Additionally, he not only supervised the production of the highest rated primetime sports broadcast in the channel's history at the time with the Mexico vs. Honduras match in the 2011 Gold Cup, but he developed Univision's nightly version of SportsCenter, “Univision Deportes Extra” or “UDX” as well as the network's signature soccer pregame program, “Futbol Central”. Brown has extensive experience in the international markets. Based in Hong Kong and Singapore, he launched ESPN's business in Asia while serving as the Managing Director of both ESPN Asia and ESPN Star Sports. Brown's international work in sports began in the late 1980's when he was hired by the NBA to oversee their international television interests in over 100 countries. Brown played lacrosse collegiately at Washington and Lee University and represented the university in the 1985 USILA North South Game.     Follow us on our social sites for the latest updates Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sportsentrepreneurs/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marcusluerpodcast LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sports-entrepreneurs Website: https://marcusluer.com Podcast: https://marcusluer.com/podcast To get in touch, please email us at podcast@marcusluer.com   Feel Good by MusicbyAden https://soundcloud.com/musicbyaden Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/_feel-good Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/bvgIqqRStcQ

Mill House Podcast
Episode 63: Capt. Scott Collins & David Dalu - The Game Changers

Mill House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 104:02 Very Popular


It's only fitting that we air this podcast with Dr. David Dalu and Capt. Scott Collins the same week as the 2022 Gold Cup Tarpon Tournament. In 2008, Scott and David won all three major tarpon tournaments; The Gold Cup, The Don Hawley and The Golden Fly. It was the first time anyone had pulled off the triple crown in one year. It was also a confirmation that their wins in the previous year's Gold Cup and Don Hawley were no fluke. They knew their methodology of catching sensitive ocean side tarpon swimming in clear water was under everyone else's radar (which would soon be blow wide open). The key elements to this recipe was actually formulated by a few earlier moving parts before it got to Dalu and Collins and because of the significance of their success, history deserves to know how it all unfolded and by whom. Bring in steelhead/tarpon angler Neil Light, Capt. Albert Ponzoa, inventor Carl Anderson and Key West fireman, Carl Wagner, all adding to the success of what Collins and Dalu perfected. Who knew what and when? And what about all the refined techniques of their little secret that blew the common tarpon techniques deep into the history pages. With their newfound information, Dalu won five tournaments in three years, and Collins has one of the greatest records of any guide with 8 tarpon wins, 5 permit wins and a bonefish victory in 9 years.... On today's podcast, 14 years after their 2008 sweep, we speak about that magical year, the build up, and the players that participated in how the most current tarpon techniques evolved! This is the story of one of the greatest tarpon teams in history. We hope you enjoy!

Racing Post
Royal Ascot 2022 Review | Horse Racing Tips | Racing Postcast

Racing Post

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 58:37


Chris Cook is joined by James Stevens to review a superb week of racing at Royal Ascot. The duo kick things off by looking back at day one where Coroebus and the unbeaten Baaeed stole the show. They then reflect on Saffron Beach hosing up in the Duke of Cambridge and Kyprios winning the Gold Cup.  The Coronation Stakes was the highlight on day four and Frankie Dettori bounced back after his Gold Cup disappointment to claim victory on superstar filly Inspiral.  The final day saw plenty of surprises, none more so than Naval Crown winning the Platinum Jubilee Stakes at odds of 33-1. The pair discuss Hollie Doyle's first Classic win in the Prix De Diane, as well as revealing their Royal Ascot highlight. Before signing off, Chris and James give their NAP for the week ahead.  18+ #GambleAware

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 508 - Can Frankie come out from under the bus?

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 45:27


Nick is joined by writer and broadcaster Lydia Hislop to discuss the latest news and developments from around the racing world. They lead with a look back at the most dramatic moments of Gold Cup day at Royal Ascot, asking whether or not Frankie Dettori warranted the implicit criticism he received from connections of Stradivarius and whether Inspiral is likely to dig him out of a tricky spot on Friday afternoon. They also talk extensively about the interference rules and penalties in light of Paul Hanagan's controversial ride aboard The Ridler in the Norfolk Stakes, and look ahead to the remaining feature races of the meeting. Among Nick's other guests today are owners Johnny Allison (seller of Bradsell, before winning with 40/1 shot Rising Star)and David Howden, also a commercial partner at Ascot. James Willoughby and Jamie Hart return with WorldPool and Rankings updates, while resident milliner Lisa Tan guides Nick through the fashion fads and faux pas this week, and nine-year old Freja Thackray gives us the lowdown on how she has raised over 12k for Racing Welfare.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 508 - Can Frankie come out from under the bus?

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 45:26


Nick is joined by writer and broadcaster Lydia Hislop to discuss the latest news and developments from around the racing world. They lead with a look back at the most dramatic moments of Gold Cup day at Royal Ascot, asking whether or not Frankie Dettori warranted the implicit criticism he received from connections of Stradivarius and whether Inspiral is likely to dig him out of a tricky spot on Friday afternoon. They also talk extensively about the interference rules and penalties in light of Paul Hanagan's controversial ride aboard The Ridler in the Norfolk Stakes, and look ahead to the remaining feature races of the meeting. Among Nick's other guests today are owners Johnny Allison (seller of Bradsell, before winning with 40/1 shot Rising Star)and David Howden, also a commercial partner at Ascot. James Willoughby and Jamie Hart return with WorldPool and Rankings updates, while resident milliner Lisa Tan guides Nick through the fashion fads and faux pas this week, and nine-year old Freja Thackray gives us the lowdown on how she has raised over 12k for Racing Welfare.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 507 - Crosse rides Rest to sleep

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 28:01


Nick is joined by ITV broadcaster Rishi Persad to discuss the latest news and events in the racing world. Bringing you this podcast from Day 3 of Royal Ascot, they lead with the big story from yesterday, the success of State of Rest in the Prince of Wales's Stakes, a first Royal Ascot victory for trainer Joseph O'Brien, who joins Nick to discuss, and for rider Shane Crosse, widely praised for his tactical acumen on the winner. Nick and Rishi also consider the varying fortunes of International riders Irad Ortiz and James MacDonald, look ahead to Stradivarius in the Gold Cup, and ask whether the Queen's Reach for the Moon has a straightforward task. Freddie Meade, co-trainer of Zechariah, also drops in to share the agony of going down in the week's tightest finish with his name on the license for the first time.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 507 - Crosse rides Rest to sleep

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 28:00


Nick is joined by ITV broadcaster Rishi Persad to discuss the latest news and events in the racing world. Bringing you this podcast from Day 3 of Royal Ascot, they lead with the big story from yesterday, the success of State of Rest in the Prince of Wales's Stakes, a first Royal Ascot victory for trainer Joseph O'Brien, who joins Nick to discuss, and for rider Shane Crosse, widely praised for his tactical acumen on the winner. Nick and Rishi also consider the varying fortunes of International riders Irad Ortiz and James MacDonald, look ahead to Stradivarius in the Gold Cup, and ask whether the Queen's Reach for the Moon has a straightforward task. Freddie Meade, co-trainer of Zechariah, also drops in to share the agony of going down in the week's tightest finish with his name on the license for the first time.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Players' Podcast: Royal Ascot Thursday

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 36:01


Royal Ascot coverage continues to build towards a crescendo with top broadcaster Gina Bryce going over Thursday's action with Naomi Tukker, after briefly reflecting on a stellar first day of the Royal Meeting. The Group 2 Norfolk Stakes is the first race on the card and also a Breeders' Cup Challenge Win And You're In event for the BC Juvenile Turf Sprint. 7 races are lined up, including the week's highlight in the Group 1 Gold Cup. Can Stradivarius become the 2nd horse in history to win the Gold Cup 4 times? He is giving it yet another go, after his 4th place finish last year. Check out ITM Plus for a summary of Gina and Naomi's selections.

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
Belmont Gold Cup Friday Late Pick 4 with Caleb Knight | The Notorious OTB (Ep. 10)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 49:02


Caleb Knight joins the super exclusive two timers club when he drops back in to the Notorious OTB! The Wolf and Caleb are stumped by a four horse race, ask if Jackie's Warrior is good for the corndogs, and bemoan a four Chad Brown horse race. Buckle in for some marathon turf race handicapping! Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $50 Get $200 In Free Bets - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Join Sleeper and get a 100% deposit bonus up to $100 - http://sleeper.com/sgp Support for this episode - AthleticGreens.com/SGP | IPVanish.com/sgp   Follow The Sports Gambling Podcast On Social Media Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Chase Sessoms - https://twitter.com/OfOaklawn   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Slack - https://sg.pn/slack Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 502 - Why didn't BHA back its own proposal?

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 39:39


Tom in for Nick and joined by senior writer at the Racing Post Lee Mottershead to discuss the news that the BHA's proposal to remove 300 races from the British programme is to be shelved. Lee gives his views and we hear from the Chief Executive of the National Trainers Federation Paul Johnson - the NTF who were very much in favour of the proposal. We also have an updated statement from the BHA on the matter. It's Royal Ascot International Challengers Media Morning in Newmarket and we have an update from the camp of US challenger Spendarella who is set for the Coronation Stakes. We also hear from John Gosden on his filly Inspiral and his Gold Cup challenger and former winner Stradivarius.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 502 - Why didn't BHA back its own proposal?

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 39:39


Tom in for Nick and joined by senior writer at the Racing Post Lee Mottershead to discuss the news that the BHA's proposal to remove 300 races from the British programme is to be shelved. Lee gives his views and we hear from the Chief Executive of the National Trainers Federation Paul Johnson - the NTF who were very much in favour of the proposal. We also have an updated statement from the BHA on the matter. It's Royal Ascot International Challengers Media Morning in Newmarket and we have an update from the camp of US challenger Spendarella who is set for the Coronation Stakes. We also hear from John Gosden on his filly Inspiral and his Gold Cup challenger and former winner Stradivarius.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 501 - Will cuts to race programme be approved today?

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 35:59


Nick is joined by writer and broadcaster Lydia Hislop to discuss the news and events from around the racing world today. They lead with the proposal to cut 300 races from the GB calendar in order to increase the competitiveness of the sport, and ponder whether racing's leaders will enable that at a meeting of the executive committee today. Elsewhere, Nick talks to Leigh Jordon, Executive GM racing at the VRC about a massive prize money injection in Victoria, while Emily Scott, racing manager to AMO Racing gives the lowdown on their 2 year olds for Royal Ascot. Jim McGrath and jockey Harry Bentley both bring news from Hong Kong, while Hughie Morrison explains why Quickthorn won't be supplemented for next week's Gold Cup and shares his thoughts on horses he's looking forward to running.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 501 - Will cuts to race programme be approved today?

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 35:46


Nick is joined by writer and broadcaster Lydia Hislop to discuss the news and events from around the racing world today. They lead with the proposal to cut 300 races from the GB calendar in order to increase the competitiveness of the sport, and ponder whether racing's leaders will enable that at a meeting of the executive committee today. Elsewhere, Nick talks to Leigh Jordon, Executive GM racing at the VRC about a massive prize money injection in Victoria, while Emily Scott, racing manager to AMO Racing gives the lowdown on their 2 year olds for Royal Ascot. Jim McGrath and jockey Harry Bentley both bring news from Hong Kong, while Hughie Morrison explains why Quickthorn won't be supplemented for next week's Gold Cup and shares his thoughts on horses he's looking forward to running.

Mill House Podcast
Episode 62: Howard Croston - World Fly Fishing Champion

Mill House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 65:06 Very Popular


I first met Howard Croston 14 years ago when I was hired by Hardy to help with their salt water rods and reels. Howard was their product developer and designer, and we instantly hit it off. His knowledge and experience in the fresh water world was profound. He'd competed in 16 fresh water World Championships, and was the individual World Champion in 2019 when the English won the Team Championships. Howard had also competed in casting competitions and lectured about the spectrum of his craft. The Hardy design team was rewarded with immediate success in our quest in the salt. Our very first prototype rod and reel won the biggest tarpon tournament in the world, The Gold Cup, with Thane Morgan and Craig Brewer. With Howard's tremendous knowledge, and Hardy's commitment to winning, the victories kept coming and products keep improving. You can find these rods and reels in many of the boats you see on the flats of the Florida Keys and around the world, and in 2021 the top seven placed teams of the Gold Cup Tarpon Tournament were throwing Hardy. As we celebrate our 150th Anniversary at Hardy, I'm proud to have my friend, Howard Croston, on the podcast today to help us understand the the differences in fishing, casting, and building fly rods & reels.

PHNX Rising Football Podcast
Back to full strength?

PHNX Rising Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 51:30


As soon as you thought Rising was over its availability issues, back they come with a vengeance. Kevon Lambert is linking up with the Jamaican national team for the first time since before the last Gold Cup, and Arturo Rodriguez went off injured in the last match. But how could that affect the team? Owain is joined by Rising radio broadcasters Peyton Gallaher and Ryan Sykora to discuss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Gate to Wire
Santa Anita Memorial Day, Three Grade 1's

Gate to Wire

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 39:28


On this episode of Past the Wire's podcast, Gate to Wire our hosts Michael Vale and Jonathan Stettin take a look at the three Grade 1 stakes at Santa Anita on Monday, Memorial Day.They'll run the Grade 1 Hollywood Gold Cup, or the now just Gold Cup, The Grade 1 Shoemaker Mile and the Grade 1 Gamely. They spaced the races out as opposed to linking them in a late pick 4,5, or 6 but Grade 1's are Grade 1's and we love tackling them on Gate to Wire. Thank you for tuning in. Watch for details on Past the Wire for our Free Belmont Stakes Seminar. You won't want to miss it. 

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast
Episode 160: Preakness Recap, Hollywood Gold Cup, Gamely

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 50:38


On this episode we will recap the races from the 2022 Preakness Stakes weekend. We will then move on and preview races upcoming Memorial Day weekend, including the Grade 1 Hollywood Gold Cup and Gamely Stakes.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 471 - It's a small world...

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 43:48


Nick is joined by RTE and Racing TV personality Jane Mangan to canter through the racing news and events of the day. Nick is in County Kildare today, sampling the delights of the Punchestown Festival, from where he and Jane review Gordon Elliott's Day One surge and look ahead to a potentially vintage Gold Cup on Wednesday. In the company of Ascot Director Nick Smith, they look towards the International challenge for the Royal meeting with the Berkshire track's season commencing this afternoon. Pam Sly reminisces over Speciosa's famous 1,000 Guineas win, new Chester CEO Louise Stewart talks about her first few weeks in the job, while we are back at Watership Down meeting some of the most choicely bred bloodstock on the planet, plus Fitzdares CEO Will Woodhams talks about his company's £1m annual investment in UK horseracing and sponsorship of the Thirsk Hunt Cup.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 471 - It's a small world...

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 43:49


Nick is joined by RTE and Racing TV personality Jane Mangan to canter through the racing news and events of the day. Nick is in County Kildare today, sampling the delights of the Punchestown Festival, from where he and Jane review Gordon Elliott's Day One surge and look ahead to a potentially vintage Gold Cup on Wednesday. In the company of Ascot Director Nick Smith, they look towards the International challenge for the Royal meeting with the Berkshire track's season commencing this afternoon. Pam Sly reminisces over Speciosa's famous 1,000 Guineas win, new Chester CEO Louise Stewart talks about her first few weeks in the job, while we are back at Watership Down meeting some of the most choicely bred bloodstock on the planet, plus Fitzdares CEO Will Woodhams talks about his company's £1m annual investment in UK horseracing and sponsorship of the Thirsk Hunt Cup.

Mill House Podcast
Episode 59: Gary & Teresa Register - "Red Man"

Mill House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 81:33 Very Popular


Born in Miami in 1935 Gary Register would travel into the keys fishing with his family until he moved there in 1965. It was a small fishing village back then - everyone knew each other. He'd play softball with Eddie Wightman and the young Klein boys. Clarence Lowe mentored Register and inspired him to be a guide. Clarence showed him the nuances of the profession and eventually Gary became one of the best. He purchased the La Siesta hotel and would spend day and night guiding. He was known to be a hard working guide, and throughout time started to fish with some of the better fly anglers. Many also considered Gary to be a loner, but big hearted nonetheless. He also explains how he wasn't resentful when others started coming into town to guide, as most of them were “Stuck in the Mud” guides. He and Jimmy Bell Jr. hoisted the Gold Cup trophy three times. He later was gifted a trip to Alaska by a client and fell in love. Gary would eventually move there to get out of the heat of the Keys and take advantage of the remote serenity. After fishing so hard for so long (35 years), burn out was a real thing. Gary thinks often of the fishing world he once lived in and misses how it used to be. But, at 87, he's found new footing and passions in Alaska. He wants to be remembered as a nice man and a wonderful husband!

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
The Saturday Edition - Ep. 34

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 15:59


In episode 34 of the Saturday Edition, Charlotte Greenway revisits some of the main news stories from the week including the retirement of jockeys agent Dave Roberts and jump jockey Brian Hughes's achievement of becoming only the 4th jump jockey to reach 200 winners in a season, in the UK. With the jumps finale at Sandown Park on Saturday, Paul Nicholls gives an insight into some of his runners including Greaneteen in the Grade 1 Celebration Chase and Enrilo in the bet365 Gold Cup. Taking on Enrilo will be runaway Scottish National winner Win My Wings and her owner Sue Howell discusses her chances. Kevin Brogan will be at Sandown on Saturday to pick up his trophy for Champion Conditional and in an interview with Cornelius Lysaght, he explains what winning the title means and his aims for the future.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 443 - Cheltenham Day Four - Our Cup Runneth Over

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 35:38


Nick is joined by Lydia Hislop for a Cheltenham Gold Cup day special. As well as analysing this year's race, Nick and Lydia look back on their highlights of the week. Among today's guests are Evan Williams, trainer of Thursday winner Coole Cody, Frank Berry, who rode Glencarraig Lady to win the Gold Cup 50 years ago today, and ROA Owner of the Day Olly Harris, whose Porticello is running in today's Triumph Hurdle. Sam Hockenhull brings us the market moves from Fitzdares, Neil Phillips supplies the wine, and we get the final instalment of the week from resident artist Liz Armstrong.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 439 - Legitimate Concerns

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 35:02


Tom in for Nick and joined by senior writer at the Racing Post Lee Mottershead to at first reflect on a brilliant performance from Surprise Package in the Imperial Cup and what that might mean for the week ahead at Cheltenham. We are joined by Jack Kennedy who tells us of the disappointment of not getting the ride on Minella Indo in the Gold Cup and discusses the week ahead. Joe Tizzard is along to talk about the team he's sending to Cheltenham this week and Lee also has news of a proposed all weather track in Newmarket.