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The $900,000 Rebel Stakes is the final prep for the $1-million Arkansas Derby, and a full field of 14 entrants (with 12 wagering interests) is expected to line up for this race worth 85 Kentucky Derby qualifying points (with 50 to the winner).
Will the local horses from the Smarty Jones and Southwest Stakes hold their form, or does California invader Cupid have the best shot (pun not intended)?
Ed DeRosa of Brisnet.com and Danny Zucker of Predicteform.com help to provide some answers on what looks to be an excellent betting race. If you like a horse, you'll get a price!
For FREE Brisnet.com Ultimate Past Performances of the Rebel Stakes, CLICK HERE.
Pass the Buck Talking Horses with Special Guests Horse Racing Owners Dean Reeves and Danny Caldwell
Dean Reeves and Reeves Thoroghbred Racing are Best known for their Victory in the 2013 Breeders Cup Classic with Fan Favorite Mucho Macho Man. MMM also was the Vox Populi Secretariat Award Winner in '13.
Danny Caldwell Leading Owner at Oaklawn Park, Remington Park and Prairie Meadows. Danny claimed Herecomesthemannow for $7,500 and went on to win the Oklahoma Classic Sprint Stakes.
Also joking us Dawn Mellen, founder & President of After the Finish Line. Who help assist Thoroughbred horses after their racing career is over. Dawn will be discussing some funraisers they have coming up for After the Finish Line http://stores.ebay.com/AftertheFinishLine
Host Derek Simon of US Racing recaps the "Super Saturday" Kentucky Derby prep races, along with the spectacular debut of Enola Gray and the not-so-spectacular Santa Anita Oaks win by Songbird.
Later, Jonathan Lintner of the Courier-Journal drops by to talk about his background in the Sport of Kings and give his thoughts on the 2016 Kentucky Derby.
In the Sports Betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com returns to discuss baseball handicapping and the start of the MLB season.
Finally, in the Handicapping segment, Derek analyzes Saturday’s Lexington Stakes from Keeneland Racecourse and the Arkansas Derby from Oaklawn Park.
Long Time No Show! I'm still here, but with various health issues that are now slowing me down. My upper Hernia before 2000; then my High Blood Pressure meds started in 2012; to my Diabetes problems in 2015; to my Nerve Pains in both legs and my partial blindness in one of my eyes in 2016... The list goes on and on and just keeps getting bigger. Since stroke has now made it on the list with my eye problem in 2016, my radio days may now be numbered. I'm trying to change my diet and do more walking, but it may be too little, a little too late? But dont worry folks, I've been ready to meet my maker for over 30 years and this earthbound vacation from my real home in Heaven might be about over... Be it the Rapture or the Resurrection, I'm looking forward to going home! Till then, I'm gonna do what I can to keep the show goin' and todays SPECIAL EPISODE IS ALL ABOUT DEVILS & DINOSAURS.. A TIME WHEN THE WHOLE EARTH WAS ONE BIG JURASSIC WORLD!... Lets talk about this BLAST FROM THE PAST on UNDERSTANDING THESE FINAL ENDTIMES THAT WE ARE NOW LIVING IN with your Prophetic Mouth of the Applachian South, Steve Si, The Bible Guy, your Singing Bible Scribe, here in the Heart of East Tenn Fishin' Country on world famous Cherokee Lake!!.. ENJOY THE SHOW...
This is a Black Arts and Culture Site.
1. San Francisco Arts Festival 2016 is May 19-June 5: Joining us are: Genny Lim (artist), Andrew Wood (Executive Director, SFIAF), Charlie Levin (artist), Jon Jang (artist). sfiaf.org
2. Alice Aziza Jefferson, Artistic Director of Sankofa Akili Dance Ensemble, speaks about the 2016 Spring Benefit, Apr. 30 at DeFremery Recreation Center, Lil Bobby Hutton Park, 1651 Adeline Street, in Oakland. She is first generation West Oaklander, Founder & Artistic Director of The Sankofa Akili Dance Ensemble. She founded the dance company in 1998 to pay tribute to the artistic legacy of her mentor Ms. Akili Denianke, under whom she studied at CSU-Hayward and elsewhere as a member of the Harambee Dance Ensemble. It is the mentorship of Ms. Denianke that she attributes the clarity she has attained regarding her life purpose. Info: 510-735-5150.
3. L. Peter Callender and Leontyne Mbele-Mbong join us to speak about ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA — which closes the African American Shakespeare Company 2015-16 season. Shakespeare’s epic love story — is set in modern day. Mark Antony has traded his power over an empire for the forbidden love of one woman, Cleopatra, the Queen of Egypt. Jealousy, betrayal, death, and war cannot refute their undying love for each other. With award winning actors L. Peter Callender and Leontyne Mbele-Mbong in the title roles of Mark Antony and Cleopatra. Visit http://www.african-americanshakes.org/productions/antony-and-cleopatra/
RYAN ROCKS IT ASBURY PARK STYLE. I am excited to interview my friend AL CHEZ Thursday evening 4/28 at 5:30 PM.
Al Chez who I consider a friend actually asked me to sing with his fantastic orchestra at the Woder Bar-Light of Day 2013 in Asbury Park, NJ. And what an honor that was for me. It was the most exciting performance of my life and I will tell you why. In addition to being a great Guy, Al Chez was the long time trumpet player on CBS's "THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN". He was with PAUL SHAFFER and The Late Show for over 15 years appearing on both CBS and NBC. Al previously has toured/played with Bon Jovi, Robert Cray, Tower of Power, Arturo Sandoval, The Young Rascals, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Maynard Ferguson, Eric Clapton and The Dave Edmunds Band.
Al has performed at 3 presidential inaugurations and traveled the world many times. He has appeared at the "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame" inductions every year since 1986 and has performed "The Concert for New York City, The Concert of the Century and a Very Special Christmas Concert at the WHITE HOUSE. Al also performed at the closing Ceremonies of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. Alan has appeared numberous times at the DCI Championships lending his horn for the National Anthem and concerts.
Wow, I think this is more then enough information to start with about this outstanding and accomplshed WORLD CLASS MUSICIAN! So stay tuned for this awesome interview with me and my friend Al. To listen live call 213.943.3559 or go to www.blogtalkradio.com/ryan-rocks-it-asbury-park-style The live broadcast will be archived for your listening pleasure and convenience.
PS Al is on Facebook and reverbnation. For more informaiton you can always google Al. Peace, Nancy <3
Gio Gonzalez and Jeremy Hellickson battled through five scoreless each, but the Philadelphia Phillies struck first with runs in the sixth and seventh innings in what ended up a 3-0 win over the Washington Nationals in Nationals Park. The Phillies took the series with wins in the first two games of the three-game set which wraps up tomorrow afternoon in a 4:05 PM EDT matchup. Gonzalez was sharp again, but not sharp enough. Will the Nats avoid the sweep?
On tonight's episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his takeaways from the Yankees losing two out of three games to the Texas Rangers this week. Plus, he will preview this weekend's series against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
Plus, staff writer and co-host Harrison Marder joins the show to talk Joe Girardi and his lack of lineup changes so far, the struggles of Luis Severino, the James Kaprielian injury, and much more.
You can contact the show at anytime by calling us at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow
This week, Thursday Night Thunder with host Adam Sinclair (@faborplumbs) and co-host Mykkal Mulalley (@Mykkal61) opens their discussion of modern mtorsports with a review of this past weekend's action at Ephrata Raceway Park, which featured the debut of the Speedway Digest Thursday Night Thunder Mustang. We also dive head first into the recent controversies involving NASCAR, briefly review the IndyCar action at Barber, the NHRA 4-wide Nationals, and more.
Tune in for another exciting hour of high octane motorsports mayhem!
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