Jesus Rios, Peter Welder, Monmouth discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast


Of day. You know, this last leg last race in the sequence race number ten. Boy, this is I'll tell you you could go. This is where I want to hit the all button because I looked at this race and I could not figure out who on earth I thought would win. I played the little rejoined clip. They're leading into your interview with flow motion winning on the 4th of July last year at Monmouth. It was hard to find horses with wins on their page here. Yeah, that went from the James to belly button. But yeah, I liked a horse in here today. I'm not going to say love, but I like and it's the three Hawaiian notes and I'll tell you why. If you look at this horse's record, it doesn't show in the paper. Perfect two for two on synthetic surfaces. Goes to the Peter world of bond after that claim tries to compete today. First thought, you rallied. You go back and ran really nice gold line furlongs in the main track of its average toga. The barn, you know, it's good with new claims. You know, Jesus Rios is okay rider. And I just think the angles I've been using. I look back and say, hey, this horse is one on synthetic track somewhere, you know, Peter welder, I would expect first off the claim. So I like Hawaiian noises today. I use Timmy M in second and digital footprint on my ticket, but Hawaiian noises. You know, this is the one that somebody that might win this horse here number three or wine noises. Yeah, it's gonna be a fun day at Gulfstream. And of course, all this in advance of the championship meet, which were less than what two weeks away from the start of the championship meet? Yeah, tomorrow's closing day here are off for about 9 or 11 days. We come back on December 2nd Friday, December 2nd for the championship mate. I can't wait. I've been working alone for the last, but I can't wait for occasion. Everybody get back. So I can get my voice back. Yeah, I believe it. It's been a trying summer for you having to do all that talking. And carry the ball again. But I'm going to tell you around either there's nobody better down there. You've been doing it a long time. I appreciate that. So let's get lucky today. If we both hit this deal we have hit it. The other guy takes the other guy's dinner. Deal, absolutely. If not, if that we both lose, we'll get Larry Coleman to take us to dinner. Yeah, shorthand? No. All right, buddy. Good luck in the Rainbow Six. Bye. All right, Ron nicoletti here on the horse racing radio network fantastic. One of the real good guys in the.

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