SORT BY Relevancy
A lot of folks have been talking about the Triple Crown this past week, and some think that it should be dumbed down to accommodate...to accommodate the "younger generation" who were born after 1978.
Ummm...is the sport going to change everything, to meet the needs of people who aren't necessarily becoming fans? Tonight I'll discuss the logical place to begin the journey toward horse racing fandom. How to turn casual observers and potential fans into lifelong fanatics. Hint: it rhymes with, "source."
Live from Beautiful Belmont Park--it's f!lly Racing Radio.
Monday, June 2--just five days before the 2014 Belmont Stakes--we'll webcast from the gorgeous, ivy-ccovered halls of Belmont Park.
Will California Chrome win the Belmont Stakes, thence--the Triple Crown? If not him--who *will* take home the magnificent Belmont Stakes Trophy?
Tune in on Monday, June 2 at 6:30 New York Time, and let's get wired together.
TwinSpires' Derek Simon analyzes last weekend's big stakes races at Belmont Park, along with Shared Belief's scintillating score in the Los Alamitos Derby.
In the U. of Bet/handicapping/racing history segment he discusses "Picking Winners with Systology," as well as the "Racing Maxims and Methods of 'Pittsburg Phil.'"
Facebook drives me nuts: it's the moist, hot petri dish in which grows all sorts of hysteria. I've never witnessed so many weeping, whining, hysterical people as on FB--have you? How much does social media feed a story, and make it bigger than it should be?
Case in point: All the hysterical people on Facebook now can concentrate on bigger issues than whether a horse wears a nasal strip on June 7th. I suspect that the Chromies--as I'm designating those who are rabid to see a Triple Crown achieved, OR who believe that California Chrome is destined to do it--somehow EXPECT that, since he's got the chance, he WILL win.
But it's called a "horse race," folks. No sure things here. Can he do the distance? On Big Sandy? Might those other horses have some talent, as well? We'll talk about a lot tonight, so I hope you tune into f!llly Racing Radio. :)
Take a listen to the latest edition of JG Sports Talk with host Amiri Tulloch! On today's show, Amiri analyzes the Knicks' hirng of Dereck Fisher, welcomes on Steven Liberman to discuss the NHL Finals, explains why San Antonio will win Game 3 of the NBA FInals tonight, and talks with Tom Law about the future of horse racing.
Tweet the show: @AmiriTulloch and @JGSportsTalk. Call-in to the show: 347-857-2276.
What a weekend!
Chrome got hurt.
Coburn spewed stupidity.
Coburn refused to apologize.
And the beat goes on...
Tune in tonight--June 9, 2014--or check out the archives after the show. You KNOW that I have something to say in my own adorable, snarky way, about the the events of this past week.
In the News & Notes segment, host Derek Simon and Ed DeRosa of Brisnet.com take an early look at the Eclipse Awards. Then, in a special Racing History segment, Derek discusses the 1968 Kentucky Derby and the controversial disqualification of Dancer’s Image.
Lastly, in the Handicapping segment, Derek and Dave “The Horse Handicapping Authority” Dave Schwartz chat about figures that lie and liars that figure — or something like that.
In the News & Notes segment, host Derek Simon discusses "How genetics can create the next superstar racehorse" and relates it to handicapping.
In the U. of Bet segment, Dave “The Horse Handicapping Authority” Schwartz and Derek break down class — can it be quantified and how?
Reviewing the National Touring Events at Whynot and Magnolia and Memorial Day Weekend Events for Weekly Racing Series Action!
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