American stakes race for Thoroughbreds, part of the Triple Crown
On this week's episode we recap a full weekend of Breeders' Cup prep races from Churchill Downs, Santa Anita, and Churchill Downs. We then preview a big weekend of graded stakes at Keeneland and several more graded stakes at Belmont Park.
Welcome to Day 1753 of our Wisdom-Trek, and thank you for joining me.This is Guthrie Chamberlain, Your Guide to WisdomMore Persistence And Effort – Daily WisdomWelcome to Wisdom-Trek with Gramps. We are on Day 1753 of our Trek, and it's time to explore another nugget of wisdom, which includes an inspirational quote along with some wise words from Gramps for today's trek. Wisdom is the final frontier in gaining true knowledge. We are on a daily trek to create a legacy of wisdom, seek out discernment and insights, and boldly grow where few have chosen to grow before. Hello, my friend; this is Gramps. Thanks for coming along on today's trek as we increase Wisdom and Create a Living Legacy. https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Proverbs%2016%3A16&version=NLT (Proverbs 16:16) How much better to get wisdom than gold, and sound judgment than silver! If you apply the words you hear today, over time, it will help you become more healthy, wealthy, and wise as you continue your daily trek of life. So let's jump right in with today's nugget: Today's quote is from Elbert Hubbard, and it is A little more persistence, a little more effort, and what seemed hopeless failure may turn to glorious success. More Persistence And Effort There is a fine silk thread between success and failure. Just a little more persistence and effort may exponentially change an outcome and turn what seems to be a hopeless failure into glorious victory. Let me give you an example, although not a perfect analogy of the earnings paid out in the Kentucky Derby for 2021. The first-place winner takes home $1.86 million, the second place is $600,000, the third place is $300,000, and the fourth-place earnings are $150,000. There was only a fraction of a second between all four top-place winners. Just that little more persistence and effort between the first and fourth place winners was a difference of over $1.7 million. So it is with many of our pursuits in life. If we are willing to work just a little harder, be a little more persistent, pour in a little more effort, and it will have an exponential difference in the results of whatever we are pursuing. Don't quit, don't give up, keep on keeping on. We are imagers of Christ who have been given incredible talents, abilities, and skills. We need to use them for God's glory and show others the path to God's kingdom. https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2+Peter+1%3A3-11&version=NLT (2 Peter 1:3-11) By his divine power, God has given us everything we need for living a godly life. We have received all of this by coming to know him, the one who called us to himself by means of his marvelous glory and excellence. And because of his glory and excellence, he has given us great and precious promises. These are the promises that enable you to share his divine nature and escape the world's corruption caused by human desires. In view of all this, make every effort to respond to God's promises. Supplement your faith with a generous provision of moral excellence, and moral excellence with knowledge, and knowledge with self-control, and self-control with patient endurance, and patient endurance with godliness, and godliness with brotherly affection, and brotherly affection with love for everyone. The more you grow like this, the more productive and useful you will be in your knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. But those who fail to develop in this way are shortsighted or blind, forgetting that they have been cleansed from their old sins. So, dear brothers and sisters, work hard to prove that you really are among those God has called and chosen. Do these things, and you will never fall away. Then God will give you a grand entrance into the eternal Kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. As you ponder this nugget of wisdom for yourself, please...
With less than five weeks to go before the Breeders' Cup Championships, this weekend is busiest of the North American season for the win and you're in races. 11 qualifiers are on the calendar, mostly at Keeneland where we will put the focus of this week's show. Amy Owens logs a lot of miles every morning traveling from barn to barn to find stories of interest and check in on the many stakes horses – before and after the races. As always, a new Keeneland meet brings in new creative ideas to the game and Amy will update us on all of them and the schedule of events for the Fall Meet. One eye-catching concept is the new Keeneland Turf Pick 3, for handicappers of all levels during the Fall Meet from Oct. 8-30. The Keeneland Turf Pick 3 wager will be offered on the final three turf races each race day. The minimum wager is $3 and will follow the same rules as the traditional Pick 3. The new wager has a 15% takeout, the same low takeout as Keeneland's popular Pick 5 wager. As Keeneland Communications Associate, Amy Owens assists Keeneland's Communications Department with a variety of projects related to races and sales. Kentucky native Byron King will be on-site at Keeneland to cover the action for The Blood-Horse and perhaps make a wager or two. He'll be joining John to analyze as many “Win and You're In” races as time allows. The action starts on Friday and features a packed field in the G1 $400,000 Darley Alcibiades for 2-year-old fillies. This race not only delivers a Breeders' Cup berth, but points for next year's Kentucky Oaks. Previous to that race on the card the race will be to the swift in the six furlong G2, $250,000 Stoll Keenon Ogden Phoenix. Saturday is a stakes-filled afternoon and will see the juvenile boys match strides in the G1, $500,000 Breeders Futurity with an overflow field. In addition to Breeders' Cup invite, the race carries qualifying points to the Kentucky Derby. Thirteen outstanding fillies and mares will take to the turf on the card in the G1, $400,000 First Lady Stakes that should provide excellent betting opportunities.
And they're off! In this week's episode of The Pony Pundits, Marco and Sig preview the $300K Awesome Again Stakes from Santa Anita Park. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit has opened as the 5-to-2 morning line favorite, followed by Tripoli (3-1 ML); Tizamagician (4-1 ML) and Express Train (4-1 ML). Join Marco and Sig as they preview the field and share their top picks for Saturday's stakes action from Southern California.#HorseRacing | #SantaAnita | #AwesomeAgain
On this episode we recap stakes from the Pennsylvania Derby. We then go on to preview stakes at Santa Anita, Churchill Downs, and Belmont Park, including the 2021 Woodward, Awesome Again and Champagne Stakes.
This will be a huge weekend for handicappers to start lining up their Breeders' Cup selections. There will be 9 Breeders' Cup “Win & You're In” events from Friday through Monday contested at both ends of the map. We will be joined by two of the country's most experienced handicappers Ralph Siraco and Anthony Stabile. Ralph Siraco is a former track announcer who became a turf writer and broadcaster. He currently hosts the racing radio show Race Day Las Vegas, broadcast on KSHP AM 1400 in Las Vegas. Ralph will cover several races from Santa Anita over Friday and Saturday. 2-year-olds will be featured first and the races are full of blue-blooded individuals with top connections. As usual, Bob Baffert's trainees will be front and center in both. At least three youngsters from his barn are set to make their mark in the G1, $300,000 American Pharoah, headed by his $1,500,000 baby Corniche. In the $200,000 G2 Chandelier, the white-haired wonder sends out two runners including Grace Alder, a smashing winner of the G1 Del Mar Debutante. Baffert is going to pass on the G1 Awesome Again with just one of his trainees, but he is sending out the first-place finisher of the Kentucky Derby. Laurel River won an allowance race at Del Mar so impressively in his two-turn debut earlier this month that Baffert initially entertained thoughts of running in the $300,000 Awesome Again on Saturday at Santa Anita, but upon further review Baffert said Tuesday. he would enter both Medina Spirit, the first-place finisher in the Kentucky Derby, and recent Del Mar allowance winner Azul Coast in the Awesome Again, a 1 1/8-mile race expected to include, among others, Tripoli and Tizamagician, the one-two finishers from last month's Pacific Classic at Del Mar. The Awesome Again is a Win and You're In for the Breeders' Cup Classic Nov. 6 at Del Mar. Anthony “the Big A” Stabile was born at the racetrack. He is now a popular host on Horse Racing Radio Network and will be giving in us his insights into the important races from Belmont Park. Stakes winners Gunite and Wit are expected to take on flashy debut winners Jack Christopher and My Prankster in Saturday's G1, $500,000 Champagne, a Win and You're In race for the Breeders' Cup Juvenile at Del Mar on Nov. 5. Gunite, trained by Steve Asmussen, won the G1 Hopeful, defeating Wit by 5 3/4 lengths. Wit, who won the G3 Sanford by eight lengths on July 17, stumbled at the start of the Hopeful but made a sustained bid, finishing three lengths clear of the remainder of the field in second. Wit is trained by Todd Pletcher, who also trains My Prankster, a 10-length debut winner at Saratoga on Aug. 21 going 6 1/2 furlongs. Could there be an upset brewing in the Woodward? Code of Honor, a son of Noble Mission, enjoyed a terrific 3-year-old campaign and figures to be among the choices in a deep Woodward field that is expected to include Art Collector, By My Standards, Dr Post, Forza Di Oro and Maxfield.
Forbes, Oprah ABC-TV's "Secret Millionaire" From Homeless To Millions! Everyone has a unique life story to share – but initially, Dani Johnson's looked to be made up of hardships and challenge. Growing up on welfare, she was pregnant at just 17 and homeless at 21. Life seemed like a closed book. But that was hardly the end of Dani's story. Instead of accepting what life had scripted for her, Dani rewrote her own playbook, chapter by chapter – and by 23 she was a millionaire. In the years since, the tale has just gotten better: Today, Dani Johnson owns five companies, is a best-selling author and internationally desired speaker – and is passionately committed to her husband Hans and five children, and her journey with God. Dani has appeared as a guest star on Oprah, ABC's TV show "Secret Millionaire" NBC, Forbes & CNN. But Dani isn't secretive about how others can transform their lives. Her unique success strategies have empowered and equipped thousands with the knowledge and skills she has learned to achieve what appears to be simply impossible. Dani's clients include everyone from high-level executives to stay-at-home parents, and she's helped them: become debt-free earn much-deserved promotions rack up significant salary increases raise their sales and profits improve relationships go on to earn six- and seven-figure incomes train Kentucky Derby-winning thoroughbreds Well, perhaps not that last one. Yet if that's what a client wanted, Dani would find a way to help them make it happen – because she goes the extra mile, consulting, mentoring and coaching individuals from all walks of life, career and achievement paths. Do your goals include: personal achievement? business growth? leadership development? marketing and profit strategies? relationship guidance? time management improvement? wealth attainment? spiritual issues Her Book is "First Steps to Wealth", is FREE get it on her website! Dani Johnson's life experiences, wisdom and teachings help people break through barriers that stop them from feeling free to make their dreams happen in all of those areas – and she can help you, too. As president and founder of Call to Freedom International, a personal achievement and corporate training company, and as co-founder of King's Ransom Foundation, a non-profit charity dedicated to serving people in need worldwide, Dani will help you learn to write the next chapters in your life story.~ DaniJohnson.com 2021 Building Abundant Success!! 2021 All Rights Reserved Join Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Amazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/a7m9ekfr
Pat Day Hall of Fame Jockey and now the Churchill Downs Chaplain, plans to join us to discuss his current career on the backstretch of Churchill Downs and his days there in the saddle. One of the most accomplished and revered names in Thoroughbred racing. Hall of Fame jockey Pat Day enjoyed a riding career spanning 30 years with more than 8,800 winning races, accumulating an all-time North American earnings record of $298 million. Now he is a Chaplain for Kentucky race tracks including Churchill Downs. With the opening of Churchill Downs for the Fall Meet this week, we are bringing in PR Man extraordinaire Kevin Kerstein. There is a lot happening under the Twin Spires, including the unveiling of statues of the late, great John Asher and the legendary Col. Matt Winn. For more than 40 years, Asher was the voice and face of horse racing and radio broadcasting in Kentucky. He joined the Churchill Downs family in 1997 and served as Vice President of Racing Communications until his untimely passing on Aug. 27, 2018 at age 62. Asher, who always spoke of his hero Col. Matt Winn, once said, “When I get to the great day, I would be awfully happy if someone said, ‘Matt Winn would've loved this guy. Winn, who served as general manager and later president of Churchill Downs from 1914 until his passing at age 88 in 1949, was the driving force in the development of the Downs and a tireless promoter of his beloved Kentucky Derby. Kevin and John will discuss Pick-3 strategies involving Saturday's three Grade 3 races – the $300,000 Pocahontas for juvenile filles and the 2-year-old boys will face off in the $300,000 Iroquois Stakes. The anchor of the Pick-3 may be a “single” as multi-millionaire sensation Shedaresthedevil takes on six other fillies and mares.
On this episode, to account for missing last week we will recap the past two weekends from Saratoga. We will recap races from Travers weekend as well as closing weekends from Del Mar and Saratoga. We will also preview stakes from Kentucky Downs
This Saturday's Saratoga racing program is so talent heavy, we brought in two of our favorite guest handicappers, to help us lift some winners from a card that features six consecutive Grade 1 races. Up first will Brooklyn's own Dan Illman, the DRF.com Handicapping Editor. Ed Meyer, a man who sleeps with a Daily Racing Form under his pillow, will handle the second segment. We are banking on his experience as an odds-maker and contest player to help grow our bankroll. The Midsummer Derby serves as the highlight of the star-studded afternoon. Champion Essential Quality has been tabbed as the pre-race odds-on favorite. His lone defeat in his eight-race career came in a troubled trip in the Kentucky Derby. The 1 1/4 mile Travers Stakes carries a hefty $1,250,000 purse. The Grade 1 races start in the 7th with the $500,000 Ballerina Handicap for fillies and mares and will feature Bob Baffert trainee Gamine, a brilliant speedster who drew the rail in the 7-furlong test. The following Forego for $600,000 is the seven-panel test for males. 3-year-olds will try the 7-furlong $500,000 Allen Jerkens' Memorial, highlighted by a rematch between Jackie's Warrior and Drain the Clock and the return of undefeated Life Is Good. The $600,000 1 1/8 mile Personal Ensign is highlighted by the presence of Letruska, who has experienced a $1 million season so far and comes to the race sporting three straight impressive wins. At Saratoga, there is no such thing as a sure thing, and the field of eight includes the accomplished multi-millionaire Swiss Skydiver, $1,218,740 earner Dunbar Road and Baffert-trained As Time Goes By, who brings Mike Smith to town for the race. Join John and his guests Dan and Ed for their insights into this spectacular day of racing.
Wah Gwan? How you Dey? What's Good?! That's right Y'all Season 3 of the world's most cultured podcast has arrived and we've got 10 brand new episodes lined up starting with today's season premiere “Y'all Wildin' for that One.” On today's episode the fearless five also known as the JJC panel shares their perspectives, personal experiences and honest opinions on some of this year's “need to know” and latest happenings in American society and culture, such as the panoramic pandemic, returning to the workplace and our outlook for the remainder of 2021 and beyond. The Era of Great Resignations, black culture deemed “trashy,” and more.. We'll also address questions from our followers and reveal exactly what it is that we do during our “Hiatus” period and other details you probably didn't know and surely wouldn't want to miss about the world's most cultured podcast. Follow us@ JerkJollofCollardPod on Instagram for more podcast related content, such as our post podcast discussion questions, RepYour business shouts, or to send us your questions, thoughts or express interest in joining one of our discussions via DM or Email them to: JJCPOD@GMAIL.COM. We'd greatly appreciate it if you left us a review on your preferred streaming platform of choice. Feel free to like or share our content with your family and friends! Stay Blessed! REP' YOURs: Before we jump into the discussion we'd like to dedicate this episode's “Rep Your's” shout-out to “Pray the Impossible” the spiritual wellness and development site by Author, Certified Spiritual and Certified Life Coach Brandi McAlister. Checkout the “Pray the Impossible” website below: WWW.PRAYTHEIMPOSSIBLE.COM to begin your spiritual wellness journey and meet with a Spiritual Friendvisor. You can also follow “Pray the Impossible” on Instagram @ Praytheimpossible https://www.instagram.com/praytheimpossible/ You can also follow and learn more about Brandi's non-profit organization “BlessedbyBrandi'' on Instagram@ blessed_by_brandi and purchase tickets to the Kentucky Derby themed Fundraising Brunch “Fall for the Possible” taking place on Sept. 12th. Tickets to “Fall for the Possible” may also be purchased by using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fall-for-the-possible-kentucky-derby-fundraising-brunch-tickets-165777670475?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Would you like to help support better English around the world? You can support this podcast and more with a small contribution at https://ko-fi.com/billgreen54 American English grammar review with Billgreen54. Idioms! Of course there are many ways to express yourself in English. Idioms are just a part of the English language. One of the main reasons why you should study idioms in English, so that you know what others are saying. Blow off steam to express one's anger usually noisily in harmlessly, thereby relieving one's tension. An example my BA, forgive me for yelling at you. I guess I just had to blow off some steam. In other words, somebody may be shouted at, they seem to be a little bit angry, made a mistake and shouldn't have said what they said. Another example, hey, when my mother needs to blow off steam, she slams the cupboard doors. A couple of synonyms to blow off steam would be Hey, blow one's stack or fly off the handle. The expression suggests the noise created when a steam boiler releases excess pressure. Another idiom to remember is that often we use words in many ways in English, the word may have started as an adjective, but now when we use it, it means something completely different than what we learn at the early stages of English, the word blue can also mean sad. Here's an example. Rachel seems pretty unhappy these days. I wonder why she's feeling blue. So that term blue can relate to depression. Some kind of sadness. Another example might be Hey, let's try to cheer up the children. They've been pretty blues since their pet dog died. That would make anybody sad. Couple of synonyms might be down in the dumps and down in the mouth. Here's an idiom that we don't use every day, but it's out there. blue blood, a person or animal that is an aristocrat or from a normal family. The old man's parents did not want him to marry the woman he'd chosen because they considered themselves Blue Bloods and thought their son was too good for her subject for another day. Another example, the race horses raised on my father's horse farm are bluebloods. They come from a long line of Kentucky Derby winners blue law, a law which regulates personal behaviors such as going to certain movies, dancing or gambling. In the United States. In 1920, a blue law was passed prohibiting the sale of alcoholic beverages, it was later repealed, that period of time was also called prohibition. Another example, some cities have blue laws that limit or prohibit such activities as dancing, and gambling. Here's another idiom: Blue Ribbon. This can be used a couple of different ways as someone or something that is very famous. It might be used for a first prize in a special event, maybe at the fair or something like that. Here's an example. The President assembled a blue ribbon panel of experts to study the problem. In other words, a very special panel of people. Another example, Sally's science project one the Blue Ribbon because it was the best in the contest. You see that could be an affair at school, something like that, where somebody won top prize. The expression originates from the blue ribbon that is often presented to the best entry in a contest. Hey, I hope you enjoyed today's lesson American English grammar review with Billgreen54. Thanks for listening! Would you like to help support better English around the world? You can support this podcast with a small contribution at https://ko-fi.com/billgreen54 ESL Teacher Billgreen54 shares American English at its best! Pronunciation, Intonation, Spelling, Grammar Rules! It's all here in this special podcast! Our English lessons are easy to understand! Our podcast is created for Native English speakers as well as ESL students! Whether you are studying English as a second language or as a refresher! Have fun with English! Would you like to help support better English around the world? You can support this podcast and more with a small contribution at https://ko-fi.com/billgreen54. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/english-grammar-review/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/english-grammar-review/support
On this episode we recap the final Millions day from Arlington as well as the Fourstardave Handicap from Saratoga. We then move on and preview the Alabama Stakes at Saratoga and the races at Del Mar on Pacific Classic day.
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On this episode we recap races from the weekend of August 7th, including the races from Whitney day at Saratoga. We then preview Millions Day at Arlington Park and the Fourstardave at Saratoga.
Will Jason Servis take the same path as Jorge Navarro and plead guilty in Federal Court to performance enhancing drug charges in horse racing? Wd think so and on this episode of Past the Wire's podcast Gate to Wire Jonathan Stettin and Michael Vale discuss the case and what it means to thoroughbred horse racing going forward.You can read the Navarro plea and our Article on the case here:Will Jason Servis be next ?You will also see a video of Navarro saddling Shancelot at Saratoga you will not find anywhere but on Past the Wire TV!
Horse racing syndicates and crime operations can not go on without county board members. We bring an honest one to educate on the whole process In this Episode we explain Money laundering and cleaning the money with the horses The Kentucky Derby had a 233 million dollar handle The 2021 all-sources handle figure is an increase of more than 10 percent over the previous non-Triple Crown record of $102,163,280 for the Belmont Preakness Stakes officials, no doubt, celebrated the record handle of $112,504,509 www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/ar…-to-233-million The big horse auctions average $250,000.00 Crime Reference for Podcast Episodes Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven 1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information 2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration 3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony 4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % "luck factor" is added to the process Anti-Social Personality Disorder 1) Lack Of remorse 2)Frequent lying 3) Lack Of Empathy 4) Superficial Charm 5) Lack Of Positive Emotions 6) Distorted sense of Self 7) Constant source of new sensations Also we tell the story of American True Crime within the Horse Racking Industry, local municipal and county governments perennially in the United States In this episode we meet the type of activists that attack the Horse Racing Industry over deaths that seems to be for over spiking horses for massive profit In this episode we profile like writing a script in a movie the back story of the characters involved in "Horse Racing True Crime" up coming true life story narratives. We give over view of the super rich and crime 70% NFL Picks Against The Spread counting NFL College Football, College Basketball, Horse Racing and Major League Baseball. @josuevizcay (#MLB #College Basketball #NBA #College Football ) Josh Abner MBA Financial Representative & US Local Political historian makes you are always up ; with Picks at a high percentage but teaches the "how" that is omitted from helping you out to win consistently linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork #winnerswin We teach you the how's and the why's without charging you or asking you for a dime for anything or trying to sell you anything Michael Prestonise MA.
On today's episode, Know Your Role(s) welcomes comedian, writer, performer, and podcast host Rae Sanni to the pod! On tap in this week's Bar Talk are “Coming Attractions” with Dave and George, intersectionality, boundaries, and mental health at the Olympics, and the upcoming conclusion of HBO's “White Lotus.” Rae discusses her return to New York, her experience writing on the multiple Emmy Award nominated “A Black Lady Sketch Show,” the weight of politics in the “President Show” writers' room, and her deep love for reality TV. This week's game has Rae and the fellas comparing reality TV shows to fashion accessories from “The Bachelor's” wedding rings to the Housewives' Kentucky Derby hats to the Kardashians' Timberlands! In today's Last Call, George preps for his upcoming comedy shows at Beauty Bar and Mama Tried while Dave prepares to attend his first outdoor concert since the lockdown with none other than the Roots! Producer Mary Bess brings good news and bad news in the form of Representative Cori Bush's win in convincing President Biden to extend the country's eviction moratorium, while many houseless Americans continue the fight for rights and protections. Resources: Listen to “The Cast with Rae and Jacquis” wherever you stream your podcasts. Watch “A Black Lady Sketch Show” on HBOMax. Learn more about ending homelessness via organizations like The National Alliance to End Homelessness / endhomelessness.org and Coalition for the Homeless NY / coalitionforthehomeless.org. Guest: Rae Sanni / IG: @rafizzle87 / TW: @raesanni. Hosted By: George Gordon & David Kleinman. Produced By: Mary Bess Pritchett. Music: Alnitak Kid, Nate 88, & Cazeaux OSLO. Artwork: Amanda Xeller. IG & TW: @kyrpod.
Dennis shares his experiences creating event posters. ... A native San Franciscan, Dennis graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the California College of the Arts. His knack for composition paired with his eye for color gave him a distinctive look and he was able to establish himself as an illustrator in San Francisco. Wanting to explore more opportunities as an illustrator, he moved to New York in 1980. While there, he flourished as an artist, which eventually led him to a successful career as one of the nation's top illustrators. His compelling poster images include the NFL Super Bowl XXIX and the 2006 Kentucky Derby. His paintings were featured on many well-known book covers including, the Tales of the City series by Armisted Maupin, and several covers for authors Elmore Leonard and James Lee Burke. Dennis was the featured cover artist for Hemispheres, United Airlines in-flight magazine, the National Lampoon and, more recently, Western Art Collector, American Art Collector, Southwest Art, and the Jackson Hole Traveler. Dennis' strong and richly colored images borrow much of their inspiration from early 20th century paintings and posters. His early influences, J.C. Leyendecker, N.C. Wyeth, Ludwig Hohlwein and Tom Purvis, were all master designers in composition. The demands of illustration and poster design, with its simplified, sculpturally rendered images gave Dennis the discipline and draftsmanship that gives strength to his paintings today. Dennis is not only an artist, but has taught at the California College of the Arts, the Academy of Art in San Francisco, as well as Syracuse University in New York. In 1986 he returned to his roots in California, bought property, and settled in the Sonoma wine country. About this time, Dennis turned his attention to fine art, when continuous requests of his original images were made and private paintings were commissioned. For the last 30 years, Dennis has been painting in oils for his galleries and private clients. Dennis' work is in the permanent collections of the Tucson Museum of Art, Bakersfield Museum of Art, the Booth Western Art Museum, Western Spirit: Scottsdale's Museum of the West, and the Whitney Western Art Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Dennis is an Artist member of the California Art Club. AVAILABLE WORKS DENNIS ZIEMIENSKI AT BLUE RAIN PRINT SHOP ... Produced by Leah Garcia Music by Mozart Gabriel Abeyta
Where are the chefs who'd like to earn some extra money AND have an amazing experience? This week's podcast is for you. And please SHARE this. This is an amazing opportunity.This week my guest is chef Bob Aungst. This episode is unlike any I've done before, as it's essentially a job opportunity. I've wanted to have Bob on as a guest for a while, but this episode isn't about him. Bob's responsible for finding chefs for some of the most amazing experiences in the country. Would you want to cook at the Kentucky Derby? How about the U.S. Open? These are just a couple of the events that Bob has been responsible for staffing. If you're a chef, and you're looking for a temporary (or even possibly permanent) gig, then this episode is for you. These jobs pay great and are all-inclusive. You don't have to pay for travel expenses, lodging, or any of that. This isn't one of those scam-type opportunities that us chefs get emailed to us all the time. I've known chef Bob for a while, and also know chefs who've worked with him. On this episode, you'll hear all about the jobs, compensation package, and how to apply. You'll need to be able to hold your own at these events. Bob is looking for those with at least sous chef-level experience. For those out there who have a week or two to spare, and want to make a couple thousand dollars, this is a great opportunity. Bob‘s contact information is an episode, and below.Looking to hire employees for your restaurant? This week's sponsor is Savory Jobs, a job site only for restaurants. For just $50, get unlimited job postings for an entire year. Use discount code SAVORY10 to save 10%.===========Bob Aungst===========Bob's InstagramFor job opportunities, contact Bob at Staffing@rockssticksandhell.comText of call Bob at 919-605-6033================CONNECT WITH US================SUPPORT US ON PATREONGet the Chefs Without Restaurants NewsletterVisit Our Amazon Store (we get paid when you buy stuff)Connect on ClubhouseCheck out our websites (they have different stuff) https://chefswithoutrestaurants.org/ & https://chefswithoutrestaurants.com/Like our Facebook pageJoin the private Facebook groupJoin the conversation on TwitterCheck our Instagram picsFounder Chris Spear's personal chef business Perfect Little Bites https://perfectlittlebites.com/Watch on YouTubeIf you want to support the show, our Venmo name is ChefWoRestos and can be found at https://venmo.com/ChefWoRestos. If you enjoy the show, have ever received a job through one of our referrals, have been a guest, or simply want to help, it would be much appreciated. Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.
Horse racing syndicates and crime operations can not go on without county board members. We bring an honest one to educate on the whole process In this Episode we explain who these mobster veterinarians and veterinarians board members that are getting horses killed as a high rate being spiked so Owners make huge :"Wall Street Bets Like Large Gains" The Kentucky Derby had a 233 million dollar handle The 2021 all-sources handle figure is an increase of more than 10 percent over the previous non-Triple Crown record of $102,163,280 for the Belmont Preakness Stakes officials, no doubt, celebrated the record handle of $112,504,509 www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/ar…-to-233-million Crime Reference for Podcast Episodes Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven 1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information 2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration 3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony 4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % "luck factor" is added to the process Anti-Social Personality Disorder 1) Lack Of remorse 2)Frequent lying 3) Lack Of Empathy 4) Superficial Charm 5) Lack Of Positive Emotions 6) Distorted sense of Self 7) Constant source of new sensations Also we tell the story of American True Crime within the Horse Racking Industry, local municipal and county governments perennially in the United States In this episode we meet the type of activists that attack the Horse Racing Industry over deaths that seems to be for over spiking horses for massive profit In this episode we profile like writing a script in a movie the back story of the characters involved in "Horse Racing True Crime" up coming true life story narratives. We give over view of the super rich and crime 70% NFL Picks Against The Spread counting NFL College Football, College Basketball, Horse Racing and Major League Baseball. @josuevizcay (#MLB #College Basketball #NBA #College Football ) Josh Abner MBA Financial Representative & US Local Political historian makes you are always up ; with Picks at a high percentage but teaches the "how" that is omitted from helping you out to win consistently linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork #winnerswin We teach you the how's and the why's without charging you or asking you for a dime for anything or trying to sell you anything Michael Prestonise MA. 70% ESBC Weekly Thoroughbred Racing True Crime Call (Profiling The indicted)Marcos Zulueta By ESBC NFL & SportsBetting Finance Education Network is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
And they're off! In this week's episode of The Pony Pundits, Marco and Sig preview the Jim Dandy Stakes from Saratoga Race Course. Belmont Stakes winner Essential Quality has opened as the 1-to-2 morning line favorite in this featured race for three-year-olds. The Brad Cox colt has won five of his six career starts, with that lone loss coming in the Kentucky Derby. Join Marco and Sig as they preview the field and share their top picks for Saturday's action from Saratoga.#HorseRacing | #Saratoga | #JimDandyWagerTalk's horse racing duo of Marco and Sig offer their horse racing picks every weekend. From stakes races at smaller tracks, to the Triple Crown, to the Breeder's Cup – Marco and Sig help you break down the racing form and find some winners. Marco has been in the horse racing business for three decades and has been helping followers cash tickets every step of the way.
As it's Summer time, we thought it was only right to dive into the exciting world of refreshing Whiskey Cocktails… so we chose one of the easiest to make (because life's too short to mess around with hard stuff) in the form of a Kentucky Derby classic, the Mint Julep. Of course we needed a great American Whiskey to assist in our mixology experiment so what a great opportunity to drink some Maker's Mark 46 and learn what goes into making this one of our favourite Bourbons. Find out more about Maker's Mark here -https://www.makersmark.com The Maker's Mark Private Selection which looks like a lot of fun..https://www.makersmark.com/makers-mark-private-selection You can find the recipe for the Mint Julep we used as well as many other fun Cocktails here - https://www.liquor.com/recipes/mint-julep/https://www.makersmark.com/uk/cocktailsIf you liked the sound of any of the whiskies or accessories we've featured in this week's show and would like to purchase one (or Three) you can do so using these links to the Whisky Exchange and by doing so you'll be helping out the podcast in the process. Thank you.Maker's Mark 46 Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskeyhttps://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/aff/4431902/p/34453/makers-46-bourbon Maker's Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey - Cask Strengthhttps://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/aff/4431902/p/55811/makers-mark-cask-strength-5505 Maker's Mark Originalhttps://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/aff/4431902/p/1168/makers-mark This is the 46 with the gift box which was unavailable at the time of recording… but keep checking back.. you never know, you might get lucky.https://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/aff/4431902/p/57520/makers-46-gift-box Stainless Steel Julep Cuphttps://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/aff/4431902/p/30969/stainless-steel-julep-cup-41cl-14-ozMuddler… for all your muddling need...https://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/aff/4431902/p/1930/muddler-wooden-8Whisky and Things:Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/whiskyandthingsMerch and info: http://www.whiskyandthings.comOur sweet sweet Zazzle merch we mentioned is available here -https://www.zazzle.co.uk/store/whiskyandthings Be sure to find our playlist on Spotify: Whisky and Things - The PlaylistFind past episodes easily in out archive - https://www.whiskyandthings.com/archive Social media:https://www.facebook.com/whiskyandthingshttps://www.twitter.com/whiskyandthingshttps://www.instagram.com/whiskyandthingspodcast For business enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Nick Kent:https://www.facebook.com/nickkentmusichttps://www.twitter.com/nickkenthttps://www.instagram.com/mrnickkent Dave Giles:https://www.facebook.com/davejgilesmusichttps://www.twitter.com/davejgileshttps://www.instagram.com/davejgilesSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/whiskyandthings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
While sipping on a refreshing libation, the gals talk horse. Bekah gives us the definitive (for us) history of the Kentucky Derby and Churchill Downs. Shelley outlines the successful kidnapping of Secretariat's mother Fanfreluche. Also, we open a fan gift from our awesome listener Justin!! Drinking: Mint Julep 2.5 oz. kentucky bourbon whiskey 1.5 tsp. Sugar 10 Mint leaves plus sprig for garnish Seltzer Water Place the mint leaves in the bottom of an old-fashioned glass and top with the sugar. Muddle these together until the leaves begin to break down. Add a splash of seltzer water, fill the glass 3/4 full with crushed ice, and add the bourbon. Top with another splash of seltzer, stir, and garnish with a sprig of mint. Serve immediately.
And they're off! In this week's episode of The Pony Pundits, Sig and Sean Alvarez preview Saturday's Haskell Stakes from Monmouth Park in New Jersey. The $1 million Haskell is one of the summer's biggest races, and this year's field has attracted the Belmont Stakes champ (Hot Rod Charlie), the Kentucky Derby runner-up (Mandaloun) and the Preakness runner-up (Midnight Bourbon).#HorseRacing | #Haskell | #Monmouth
For horseplayers, it's like Christmas in July. This is opening week of Saratoga and Del Mar and at Monmouth Park the $1,000,000 Gr.1 TVG Haskell. In the Haskell, two millionaires Mandaloun and Hot Rod Charlie have a score to settle as they finished 2nd and 3rd in the Kentucky Derby, separated by only1/2 a length. To examine the stakes-filled card at Monmouth we are bringing it a well-recognized figure on TVG Matt Carothers. Matt admits to learning the skill of handicapping at the foot of the master; his own father. Considered a top Pick-Six player. I'm all about trying to hit a home run, stated Carothers, who hails from Minnesota. As a price player, you're going to have many more losing days than winning ones, so you have to make the good days count. The pick 6 has become so watered down that the pick 5 is my favorite play. The takeout is generally lower and you have that chance to win big. The best sequence for me is when I find a price I can single. That gives me the ability to spread a bit in the other races, and if I'm right and get lucky in one or two of the other legs, I can potentially make a lot of money; We'll discuss Matt's style of handicapping for the TVG audience during the pandemic year and a career that has taken him from Minnesota to California and now to the heart of horse country Lexington, Kentucky. In what has become an annual tradition, Tom Law. the Managing Editor of ST Publishing, Inc., the award-winning publishing company that produces The Saratoga Special will be joining us. Tom, a native of Saratoga Springs, is currently the President of the National Turf Writers and Broadcasters, which he served as president of from 2006 to 2012. To anyone who attends the races at the Spa, there is something special about grabbing a copy of The Saratoga Special. Tom and his partners, Joe and Sean Clancy, had to stop the presses last year due to New York's Covid restrictions. The town and track will be in full swing in 2021 and the team at The Saratoga Special will begin their season-long series of sixteen-hour days.
On this episode we recap races from Belmont closing weekend including the Grade 1 Belmont Derby and Oaks. We then move on the preview races at Monmouth Park, Del Mar and Saratoga, including the Grade 1 Diana and Haskell.
This Horse Still Holds The Triple Crown Title And Record Speeds! Welcome to July 15th, 2021 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate Triple Crown winners and super sour sweets. For a horse to win the Triple Crown, they must win 3 big races—the Belmont Stakes, the Kentucky Derby, and the Preakness. And in the 100-year history of American horse racing, only 13 horses have accomplished this feat. But none of them could compare to Secretariat. This horse not only won, he humbled the competition. The speeds he posted for each Triple Crown race are records that stand to this day. The longest race of the series, the Belmont Stakes, is 1.5 miles. Secretariat ran it in 2 minutes, 25 seconds…an average speed of 30 mph and finished 31 lengths ahead of the next horse. On National I Love Horses Day, we celebrate all our equine friends and the special bond they share with humans. No matter how fast they can run. In 1922, German candy maker Hans Reigel invented gummy candy. Nearly 60 years later, gummy bears were sold in the United States and became an instant hit. By the 1980s the Trolli company was importing 40 tons of the candy a day to North America. After seeing the popularity of these sweet little bears, Trolli took the idea in a different direction with the gummi worm. The idea behind this new candy was simple, kids love candy as much as they like gross stuff. Gummi worms are not only delicious, they also gross out parents. And when you add super sour flavors, you kick up the ick factor even more. On National Gummi Worm Day, sneak some worms into your chocolate pudding. After all, the kid in all of us deserves to celebrate. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day.
What's happening today: New COVID cases spiking among unvaccinated; U.S. Forest Service raises fire danger level in Angeles National Forest and the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument; 4th of July fireworks blamed for poor air quality; Owner of Kentucky Derby winner wins case in doping ban. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav
Steve Sims who grew up in East London, is the founder and CEO of the luxury concierge service Bluefish. He began his career as a Bricklayer in London. In 1996, Steve founded Bluefish. In 2003, Bluefish partnered with MBNA to launch its own credit card. In 2004, Bluefish was named the official concierge of L.A. and New York Fashion Weeks. In August 2006, Icon International Holdings Inc. signed an agreement with Bluefish Concierge to provide all concierge services for the airline and its travelers. Bluefish Concierge was the official concierge of the Kentucky Derby from 2005 to 2007. In 2017, Sims published a book, Bluefishing: The Art of Making Things Happen. Visit his website at www.stevedsims.com For more info on guests and future episodes visit KateHancock.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ibhshow/support
On this episode we recap cross country racing from across America, including racing at Prairie Meadows, Belmont, Gulfstream, and Los Alamitos. We then preview stakes races at Delaware Park and Belmont Park, including the Grade 1 Belmont Derby and Oaks.
The hot topic at any racing organization's meetings is “How do we bring new owners into the sport?” For anyone who has experienced the thrill and satisfaction of seeing their horse hit the finish line first in a race at any level – the exhilaration is hard to explain – but it is “your” horse, alone or in a partnership with friends. The highly respected WinStar Farm is opening the door to participation as an owner with some of their well-bred individuals getting ready to race. So how do you get in on such an exclusive ownership opportunity with a top-notch farm? Mary Cage, the WinStar Stablemates Director, will join us to explains the ins and outs of joining the partnership. This weekend is the swan song for Belmont Park before the action moves up the Hudson River to Saratoga. Before the vans hit the toll booths, there will be some great racing there this weekend and we are bringing out “The Beast of Belmont,” known as “The Big A” – Anthony Stabile. Since spending his youth alongside his parents working with horses on the NY circuit, he has developed into a top handicapper and on-air racing analyst making regular appearances on HRRN (Horse Racing Radio Network). “The Big A” will join John to look at two major Invitational races that has drawn top turf performers with an international flair. In the G1 Belmont Derby at 1 ¼ miles on the turf, trainer Todd Pletcher wanted to move Sainthood to the grass for his last start in the Pennine Ridge (G3), but the race came off the turf and he won easily. Before that, he was 11th in the Kentucky Derby, his only finish outside the exacta in five starts this year. Du Jour is a former Bob Baffert trainee who will make his first start for Bill Mott. He won the American Turf (G1) last out at Churchill Downs. Bolshoi Ballet would make his first North American start after compiling a 6: 3-0-1 record in Europe. The G1 Belmont Oaks at 1 1/4 miles on the grass will feature 3-year-old fillies. The 1-2 finishers in the Wonder Again (G3) meet again here. In that 1 1/8-mile race, Con Lima bested Plum Ali by half a length to pick up her fourth win of the year in six starts. This is only the third start of the year for Plum Ali, who finished third in the Appalachian (G2) in April. Not all of the big races will take place going long on the green. The Grade 3 Victory Ride will be contested at 6 1/2 furlongs for 3-year-old fillies. Australasia is 6-for-6, with all but one of those wins coming this year. This would be her first graded-stakes start. Red Ghost is 2-for-2 this year after winning the Miss Preakness (G3) by a nose. Tim Hamm trainee Dayoutoftheoffice – second in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies – has not won in three tries since the Frizette (G1) in October, but has put in solid efforts in each start and may be dangerous going 6 ½ panels.
(00:00-24:57) – Dan is live on a Wednesday from Indiana Grand Racing and Casino, for the Indiana Derby, with reactions to Game 1 of the NBA Finals and a look at playoff chances for some NFL teams this year, including the Indianapolis Colts. (24:58-38:46) – We return from break with Dan look at the last two teams standing in the NBA Playoffs and examining what the Pacers can do to get themselves back as a true threat in the Eastern Conference. (38:47-45:11) – Dan continues to stress to people that they should come out to Indiana Grand Racing and Casino for the Indiana Derby. Also, a discussion on the latest with NIL and college athletes. (45:12-1:01:08) – The incredibly talented John McClain of the Houston Chronicle stops by to give us the latest on Deshaun Watson and what the future could hold for him amid the numerous sexual assault allegations he is facing. John also walks us through the Houston Texans perspective in all of this and how he feels they are situated for the upcoming season. Later, two-time top jockey in North America and one of the top jockeys at Indiana Grand, DeShawn Parker stops by to share with us what it's like being a jockey and the feel of being a part of thoroughbred racing. (1:01:09-1:20:48) – One of our favorites, Racing Rachel of Indiana Grand Racing and Casino stops by to share her best bets for the marquee races on Indiana Derby Day. Plus, the usual fun conversations and chaos that Dan and Racing Rachel create ensues. (1:20:49-1:27:41) – Dan closes the second hour of the show by talking more on last night's NBA Finals Game 1, sharing what bets he's made for the day, and talking more on the Indiana Derby at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino. (1:27:42-1:49:08) – The hosts of The Horse Racing Hour podcast Megan Devine, Mike Gandolfo, and Louie Rabaut stop by to talk on the resurgence of horse racing popularity, the allure of the Kentucky Derby, the Bob Baffert controversy and other hot topics in the sport. (1:49:09-2:03:27) – Dan shares some picks for the Indiana Derby from his friend and talented handicapper Vince Lodl. Plus, Dan celebrates a trifecta that he hit thanks to some picks from Racing Rachel. (2:03:28-2:15:36) – Wednesday's show ends with Dan revealing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan and Jimmy express their frustrations in their respective MLB teams, the Cubs and the Yankees. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's Best of Features: (00:00-08:26) – The incredibly talented John McClain of the Houston Chronicle stops by to give us the latest on Deshaun Watson and what the future could hold for him amid the numerous sexual assault allegations he is facing. John also walks us through the Houston Texans perspective in all of this and how he feels they are situated for the upcoming season. (08:27-15:55) – Two-time top jockey in North America and one of the top jockeys at Indiana Grand, DeShawn Parker stops by to share with us what it's like being a jockey and the feel of being a part of thoroughbred racing. (15:56-35:34) – One of our favorites, Racing Rachel of Indiana Grand Racing and Casino stops by to share her best bets for the marquee races on Indiana Derby Day. Plus, the usual fun conversations and chaos that Dan and Racing Rachel create ensues. (35:35-56:45) – The hosts of The Horse Racing Hour podcast Megan Devine, Mike Gandolfo, and Louie Rabaut stop by to talk on the resurgence of horse racing popularity, the allure of the Kentucky Derby, the Bob Baffert controversy and other hot topics in the sport. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode we recap races from closing weekend at Churchill Downs, including the Stephen Foster Stakes featuring Maxfield. We also recap other cross country graded stakes. We then preview several Breeders' Cup Challenge races across America including the 2021 Suburban Stakes .
In this is a jam-packed episode, Rachel and Jessica have a full Royal Rundown, which includes some fun facts about Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge, in honor of his 39th birthday. We also do a mini-segment on Royal Ascot and The Kentucky Derby, and highlight a recent decision by Catharina-Amalia, Princess of Orange, that recently made headlines. Then we finish out the episode with a fantastic interview with the incredibly talented Michelle Tauber, Senior Royals Editor at PEOPLE Magazine on the new PEOPLE Royals publication. You can subscribe to PEOPLE Royals here Follow us on Instagram @podcastroyal Email us at email@example.com
2x Kentucky Derby winner Mario Gutierrez to share his journey from a poor town in Vera Cruz, Mexico to winning the Kentucky Derby 5 months after he arrived in America. He talks with Theo about the different levels of racing, if there are any horse racing groupies, and what it felt like to win the sport's most prestigious event. Follow Mario Gutierrez https://instagram.com/mariogutierrez_19 New Tour Dates! https://theovon.com/tour Merch! https://theovonstore.com Music: “Shine” - Bishop Gunn https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3A_coTcUek Support our Sponsors: Mack Weldon: https://mackweldon.com/theo - Use promo code THEO for 20% off Mint Mobile: https://mintmobile.com/theo Keeps: https://keeps.com/Theo Babbel: https://Babbel.com/ - use promo code Theo The Ladders: https://TheLadders.com/Theo Liquid Death: https://liquiddeath.com Podcastville mugs and digital prints available now at https://theovon.pixels.com Submit your funny videos, TikToks, questions and topics you'd like to hear on the podcast to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hit the Hotline 985-664-9503 Video Hotline for Theo Upload here: http://bit.ly/TPW_VideoHotline Find Theo: Website: https://theovon.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/theovon Facebook: https://facebook.com/theovon Facebook Group: https://facebook.com/groups/thispastweekend Twitter: https://twitter.com/theovon YouTube: https://youtube.com/theovon Clips Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiEKV_MOhwZ7OEcgFyLKilw Producer: Nick Davis https://instagram.com/realnickdavis Producer: Sean Dugan https://www.instagram.com/SeanDugan/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chester Santos, is "The International Man of Memory", he is one of the world's foremost experts on memory training. Chester is the U.S. National Memory Champion. He's helped thousands of people around the world to realize the benefits of an improved memory & a sharper mind. Chester has appeared in the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post, USA Today, PBS, & CNN. Chester has also spoken at Berkeley, Stanford, & Harvard universities, & at many Fortune 500 companies, including various other television, radio, and print media all over the world. To win the U.S. National Memory Championship, Chester had to memorize an unpublished poem, recall the names of 99 people whose photos were shown to him 15 minutes earlier, & remember a list of 20 numbers wide and 25 lines long. He can correctly name each person in an audience of 200 people after hearing their names just once, memorize an entire deck of cards in order in 90 seconds & perfectly recall all of the Kentucky Derby results since 1875! He has also memorized details about every single member of the 535-person United States Congress, including each Senator's and Congressperson's first name, last name, state, district number, assigned Congressional Committees, and special positions held within those committees. That totals over 4000 pieces of data. On the show today we will learn how to unlock your mind's hidden power to easily remember names, facts/figures, presentations, processes/procedures, famous quotes, foreign languages, exam/training material, & much more. 04:05 Who is Chester Santos? 13:25 Memorizing the 535 Members of Congress 16:00 Techniques to Improve Your Memory 20:40 How Chester Keeps His Brain & Memory Sharp 28:20 Three Principles to Massively Improve Your Memory 39:35 Applying Memorization Techniques for Business 53:45 Chester's Peak Performance Habits for Memory & Brain Function Contact Info: Use the Code ‘Chris' for a $200 Discount https://www.memoryschool.net/ Chester on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/chestersantos Chester on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChesterSantosMemory Chester on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ChesterJSantos YouTube: http://youtu.be/XjaYuoCUs30 Subscribe to the Podcast:
Next time you're at a food event, watching a commercial where someone's eating pizza, flipping through a magazine with beautiful food pictures, or enjoying a movie scene where the lead introduces her new boyfriend at the holiday table, I hope you'll think of Gena Berry of Culinary Works based in Atlanta, GA. She is, as she simply puts it, one of the people who put the food in all of these scenes. From food styling to recipe development, to ad campaigns and special food events, Gena is behind the scenes coordinating, organizing, planning and testing, not to mention often cooking up a storm. Her client list runs the gamut from Capital One to Delta Airlines, the Kentucky Derby to Georgia Organics, and her job is to have the food ready for showtime, whether that's in front of a camera or for a crowd of thousands.
Kathleen opens the show drinking an Idle Speed Salted Lime Lager from Palmetto Brewing in Charleston, SC. TERMITE SHOUTOUT: Kathleen gives a shoutout to a few Termites who have sent funny gifts to her PO Box. Big thanks to Paula for the hand-etched Termite beer mug and golf tees, Denise sent a fun Buc-ees prize box, Joel sent a Christmas ornament that Kathleen describes as a “strange clown,” and Alec sent an “Anonymous Potato,” which Kathleen says is one of the funniest gifts that she's ever received. UPDATE ON KATHLEEN'S QUEEN'S COURT: In an update on her Queens, Kathleen reports a quiet week with the Court, citing the beginning of Summer for the lack of activity. Cher is still working on her biopic, and Tanya has just released a ton of tour dates. “GOOD BAD FOOD”: In her quest for new and delicious not-so-nutritious junk food AND in continuing her search for the best Ranch, Kathleen samples limited-edition Cap'n Crunch Red White n Blue Crunch cereal, which she loves (since she loves regular Cap'n Crunch.) She moves on to taste Hidden Valley Ranch's Spicy Secret Sauce, and Smartfood Krispy Kreme Doughnut flavored popcorn. MONKEYS HATE FLAMING CHEETOS: Kathleen reads a story from Texas of a woman who hopped a fence and dropped down into a 4-foot deep moat in an attempt to feed 2 spider monkeys at the El Paso Zoo some Flamin' Hot Cheetos for a social media video. The infuriated zookeeper reports that the monkeys were unharmed during the filming of the TikTok video, but he is hoping that further legal charges are made. Kathleen laughs at the motive of the woman and then reminds listeners of the story of Travis the Chimp whom his keeper maintained that he was humanlike until he mauled the face-off of her best friend.GAMBLING ON MEDINA: Kathleen reports on the Kentucky Derby's winning horse Medina Spirit, who tested positive for a banned substance shortly after the Derby. Medina Spirit wasn't favored to win, but Kathleen bet on him and admits to spending her winnings on beer and new Mepps fishing lures (her favorite.)PUTIN BEHIND UFO SWARMS THAT ARE BUZZING US WARSHIPS: Kathleen laughs as she reads an article outlining the conspiracy theories that former US Senator Harry Reid is pitching regarding Vladimir Putin's direction of the recent swarms of UFOs that have been filmed around US warships. Reid is blaming Putin, and Kathleen provides her own commentary on the ramifications of Russia controlling UFOs.MOMMY DOOMSDAY UPDATE: Kathleen provides an UPDATE on the murder case against Lori Vallow Daybell in Idaho. Daybell, who along with her husband Chad was indicted in early May for the murder of her two missing children, has been found incompetent to stand trial in separate court proceedings related to their deaths. Kathleen recommends that all Termites listen to the Mommy Doomsday podcast outlining the events leading up to the couple's arrest.EATING CICADAS: Kathleen squeals in delight as she reads a news release from the FDA advising the public to avoid eating cicadas if you're allergic to seafood☺ Apparently the insect shares a family relation to shrimp and lobsters, which is the LAST reason that Kathleen would think people would need to be warned to not eat BUGS!BIGGIE SMALLS MURDER DETAILS EXPANDED: Kathleen is a fan of The Notorious B.I.G's music and has followed the mystery surrounding the rapper's untimely death. She reads a recent article alleging that his murder was executed by a Nation of Islam convert in a hit arranged by Suge Knight and covered up by crooked LAPD cops, ex-FBI agent says. JOHN HINCKLEY JR's LOVE SONGS: Kathleen has long followed the whereabouts of John Hinckley Jr, and is shocked to read that he has been released after 35 years in a psychiatric hospital after trying to kill President Reagan. She's even MORE amazed to read that Hinckley has recently been posting videos of himself performing love songs on his new YouTube channel. THE RICHEST MAN YOU'VE PROBABLY NEVER HEARD OF: In line with her obsession with cryptocurrency and the influence of wealthy individuals like Elon Musk on those currencies, Kathleen reads the latest announcement from Forbes that Bernard Arnault, CEO and majority owner of French luxury group LVMH, has briefly surpassed Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to become the world's richest person. Forbes reports that Arnault claimed the top spot with a net worth of $186.4 billion surpassing Bezos whose net worth stands at $186 billion. As one of Arnault's companies is Louis Vuitton, Kathleen reviews the story of her mom attempting to buy a fake Vuitton Papillion bag when they were on a trip to Paris. The full story is available to watch here as part of Comedy Central's “This Is Not Happening.”THE BOUVIER ART AFFAIR: As her Termites know, Kathleen holds a massive appreciation for the art world. She's fascinated reading the latest article outlining The Bouvier Affair, which was a number of international lawsuits that started in 2015, and subsequent events. The lawsuits allege that Swiss art shipper and dealer Yves Bouvier defrauded his clients by misrepresenting the original cost of artworks and subsequently overcharging them. The affair has played out in courts in Monaco, Switzerland, France, the US, Hong Kong, and Singapore. The alleged victims are "high net worth individuals" in the UK, the US, Asia, and Europe, most notably Monaco-based Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev. Kathleen mentions that ANYONE attempting to defraud a Russian oligarch should settle immediately and run for his life.WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK: Kathleen again recommends watching Seasons 1 & 2 of Jann Arden's comedy “Jann” on Hulu, and the movie “Straight Outta Compton” on Amazon Prime.
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