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In the News & Notes segment, host Derek Simon discusses Shared Belief's big win in the San Antonio Invitational, along with an article on the 4-year-old gelding that appeared on the Racing Post.
In the Handicapping segment, Derek chats with John Barile, aka "The Tampa Bay Downs Handicapper" about his method of handicapping the trainers and John breaks down the feature race at TAM.
Ms Charlita Schuster, Founder/Artistic Director of Music In Motion School of Higher Dance Education, works wonders with young people who desire to pursue a career in dance or related occupations. She is also proud that 5 young students were invited to dance at the Dance the Magic at Disney World. The students and the mothers who accompanied her were Yalena Anderson, 11, and Luz Anderson-Santiago; Markeymar Carbile, 11, and Ralna Jackson; Aniyah Baptiste, 11, and Debra Mason; Brianna Bruce, 12, and Terrie Brow-Rawlins; and Trinity Cupid, 13, and Glenda Cupid.
Ms Schuster has always been closely associated with local youth. As Founder/Artistic, Ms Schuster is the guiding force behind this institution providing professional dance training to the children of the Virgin Islands.
Returning home after the birth of her first child, Ms. Schuster began her dance career on St. Croix as a dance instructor with St. Croix Street Theater. She moved on from there to share her love of ballet with her beloved island through her own school, and Music in Motion was born. For 30 years, Music in Motion School of Higher Dance Education has not only produced fine dancers, but has saved children’s lives by keeping them off the streets. Her institution not only instills focus and self-discipline, but it also brings forth positive attitudes and values. The students of Music in Motion School of Higher Dance Education have thrilled audiences in performances at many different venues across the British and US Virgin Islands; Puerto Rico; the Eastern Caribbean; and Denmark.
Visit Music In Motion School of Higher Dance Education.
Tonight we're expanding the ASK program to a full two hours as we simulcast the Denise Simon Experience Radio Show.
Denise will be hosting a panel discussion with a group that has been researching the infiltration of the Muslim Brotherhood into the Obama administration and the federal government. The Betrayal Papers Research report is sure to be an eye opener.
You can visit Denise Simon's show's webpage at: http://wdfp.podbean.com/
TwinSpires' Derek Simon discusses all the latest happenings in the Sport of Kings, including the anticipated showdown between California Chrome and Shared Belief in the San Antonio Stakes.
In the U. of Bet / Football segment, Derek opines on the various Super Bowl prop wagers and how horse players can learn from them.
Lastly, in a special, extended version of the Handicapping segment, Derek details his handicapping process while offering free selections from Fair Grounds, Turfway Park and Oaklawn Park.
TwinSpires' Derek Simon discusses Steve Asmussen and the recent KHRC ruling clearing him of all charges, as well as LONGINES World's Best Racehorse Rankings.
In a special NFL Segment, Derek compares the New England Patriots' deflated balls with cheating in racing -- and why it's important that the rules be adhered to.
In the Handicapping segment, Derek gives the real odds of hitting the pick-3 and the pick-4.
Host Derek Simon discusses the promising three-year-old Calculator what it takes to win the Kentucky Derby.
In the U. of Bet segment, he looks forward to this weekend’s NFL playoff games and uses them to illustrate the folly of putting stock in small data sets.
Charlita Schuster is one of a kind when it comes to developing the potential of children. A former dancer & founder of her dance studio, Music in Motion School of Higher Dance Education, Charlita goes all out for the children in her hometown of Fredericksted, St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. An invitation to participate in a dance concert at Disney World allows 5 of her young students to participate in a televised Christmas event by ABC TV.
Charlita has always been closely associated with our local youth. She's the guiding force behind providing professional dance training to the children of the Virgin Islands.
Charlita’s career was molded from an early age. Her family moved from native St. Croix to New York City where she was able to take advantage of the available opportunities. From an early age she trained with the Children’s Ballet at Carnegie Hall & graduated from the NY High School of Performing Arts. Performing with the Dance Theatre of Harlem & the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre eventually led to the professional stages of the City Ballet of Honolulu & Ballet Florida. Her dream of becoming a professional ballerina had been realized.
Much sought-after as a pageant coach, she's been credited with making winners in pageants such as Hal Jackson’s Talented Teen Competition, Miss St. Croix, Miss Cinderella, Miss Jabberwock, and others. She's participated for 3 consecutive years as a choreographer for the Miss British Virgin Islands Pageant. Many local & international winners owe their success to her expertise. She's also often asked to participate as a judge & has received many awards for her choreography & stage productions.
In the News & Notes segment, host Derek Simon discusses the possibility that both Bayern and California Chrome could win Eclipse Awards.
Then, in a special NFL Playoffs — playoffs? PLAYOFFS? — segment, Derek demonstrates how one can use point spreads to accurately predict the outcome of a series of games.
Lastly, in the U. of Bet segment, Derek relates the above to statistics in horse racing and explains how a 4-5 shot can, contrary to social media opinion, be a "best bet."
In a busy News & Notes segment, host Derek Simon opines on jockey Angel Suarez's tragic shooting, discusses the Horse of the Year battle with an in-depth look at Main Sequence, and comments on Courtney Love's — yes, that Courtney Love — desire to ride in a race at Goodwood Racecourse.
In the U. of Bet segment, Derek details the one New Year's resolution all horse players and gamblers should make.
Our weekly program for and about the world of Bail Bonds. While at first glance you would think that Law Enforcement and the Bail Bonds world would be the best of friends, the Bonds Man deliveres the wanted bad guy to the jail. No donut break is interupted, the only pesky bit is the paperwork. Alas this nirvana is not reality. The Police and Bondsmen do clash. There are hundreds os stories, some humorous in retrospect, but not nearly so rib ticlkingly funny at the time when you are staring down the barrel of a gun.
Why is there this disconnect between the two groups, they share a common goal?
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