Rick Waldman, Globe Sullivan, JOE discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
He was on with US early on and While storm cat was still active active but winding down. And I remember it being a one of my first Conversations of Gluttony Blue Glenn. Keynote for of course was our Well even even before gluttony To we you know we always had bloodstock conversations nations but then when we reach out for you know Industry Peo- people aside from pundits and journalists that peace with Rick Waldman was one of the earliest. We had like an like an hour long and John Piranhas sat in and Jj might have as well we might have been like almost like roundtable discussion about the. You know the long term impact of of storm cat. And actually you. It's interesting said that this comes up. And we point out This this Rick Waldman piece by Joe Sullivan. You can follow Joe by the way Globe Sullivan. He still has his name Globe Sullivan and Joe of a wonderful supporter of Of racing a experienced and savvy a sports writer on on any topics But it might be. It might be almost time to revisit that legacy and of storm cat because the long shadow that it was said that that I think people expected him to have really hasn't necessarily early been rooted in the firmament at this point it. Yeah Yeah. That's true because he had one really good stallion in giant's causeway in died recently and Some of the things that he had kind of Frugal Of course you know there are other generations removed from him That we forget because it's been so far into mischief courses courses. Storm kept my voice that goes from group. One winning sons. But but yeah you're right. Yeah not not not in that dig way that you might have.