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"antonio gallardo" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Okay bob 14 races to look at. We'll start at aqueduct. They've got three stakes we're going to look at on tomorrow's card in the opening of the show. We heard the stretch run of the 2006 grade two Tom fool. This was back when the Tom fool was running Belmont park. The race actually inaugurated in 1975 at aqueduct, raced for a couple of years there, then moved to Belmont and moved back to aqueduct in 2011, boy, there's some rinse and really big names that have won the Tom fool over the years from J O Tobin to plug nickel, deputy minister groovy won back to back years, king swan, rubiano, bird on the wire, among others go sapper also winner. And this year's grade three Tom fool goes as the third race on the aqueduct card tomorrow 6 furlongs on their main track field of 5 and should have a heavy favorite at number 5 chateau. He had deservedly so, Bobby, I mean chateau won the race pretty easily last year. He's he looks like a need the lead type on paper and that might be a concern in other handicapping situations for chateau, but it looks like he should make the lead in here. Also aqueduct appears to be his favorite racetrack, he's 6 for 12, there are 11 for 12 of the money, as fast as races have been run at aqueduct on the main track. Stables inform the actress stable, obviously Carmouche fantastic jockey. The only interesting contender is to his inside chateau is the 5 as the four prime factor who ships up lightly race had 5 starts in his career in ships up from Louisiana for sherry devoe. Interesting horse, I don't think he can beat chateau at aqueduct. Chateau is my pick. I picked chateau as well. I think chateau is the best horse if he runs his race. He should be able to get the lead. You know, he runs his race more often than not, but just because he gets the lead, he's not a cinch. That being said, he is the one to beat. I'm not going to play him at three to 5, but like you, I'm going to pick him on top tomorrow in the grade three Tom fool. Let's move ahead to the 9th race on the aqueduct card tomorrow. This is the quarter $1 million busher invitational for three year old Phillies going a one turn mile on the main track field of 6 here. And once again, the favorites drawn outside radio days for shug McGee, he and Dylan Davis. Yeah, no radiohead radio days will be heavily favored here, definitely looks logical. My biggest concern with her, although she appears to be very talented, I question really who she's beaten in her two wins. She's obviously been heavily bet and all three of her races, including odds on in our last two. She ran a good race in the forward behind girl with a dream who will talk about later. In the program running at Gulfstream tomorrow, I was really impressed by the two horse Sterling silver last time when she's a New York brand. She was running against York breads in the Franklin square. But the way she did it really impressed me, she stuck in my memory. I actually put her in my stable male based on that. And I think that she has a chance to upset this race. What would be a pre square price? She's 6 to one in the morning line. All right, so Sterling silver for bob 6 to one, I couldn't get past the favorite radio days. I think she has to beat the Philly that we're inside magic circle. If she wants to win, but radio days has done nothing wrong in three career starts. She's another one that's going to be a short price and I'm not really interested in betting to win on these real short priced favorites, but I do think she's the best in the field and I'm going to put her on top. Featured race tomorrow would aqueduct is the grade three Gotham, three year olds going a one turn mile 85 Kentucky Derby qualifying points on the line, assuming the horse is not trained by Bob Baffert and Bob Baffert actually has a horse that's a major player in the race and number ten Rockefeller. He was an impressive winner last time he went to New York winning the grade three Nashua since then. He came back to his hometown of Southern California to home base in Southern California and was defeated by stablemate new Grange drawn well on the outside. He's one of a few in here that looked like they're very talented. Yeah, definitely. It's a very nice field for the Gotham. There's two horses that I'm focusing on Morello who's done nothing wrong in his career. He's basically crushed two fields on this racetrack for Steve as mucin and Jose lescano training great. Definitely has a live chance. I don't know if he's advantaged by the extra furlong in the Gotham. I do think that the very impressive speech town colt dean's list is. He won his maiden by 5 and a half at Gulfstream, returning a very competitive sprint and he got a terrible start in the race. Switches to Manny Franco today. It makes the trek up to New York. Love the stamina in the damn side of his pedigree. I think he's the horse will be better at a mile than 6. And I think he's got a big shot for Franco and pletcher tomorrow on the Gotham. Dean's list, the 5. Dean's list is 7 to two on the morning line Morello's three to one Rockefeller's four to one. Who do you think will be the actual favorite at post time? I think that it's probably going to be Morello, but judging by how they bet Bob Baffert late in the afternoon on Saturdays it could easily be Rockefeller. I expect I expect dean's list to be a decent price. Okay, so you're going to take a chance against Rockefeller. I also don't think Rockefeller is the way to go in this race. I agree with you on number 9 Morello. I love both of his races. I'm going to actually pick number two glider on top from Mark Cassie and Antonio Gallardo to my knowledge. This is the first mount that Gallardo has had this meet at aqueduct..
"antonio gallardo" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"Watch. Go follow David. Great guy, big fan. He's made glider 8 to one. He made favoritism toward the outside with Morello out in post 9 three to one. You have 7 O two for dean's list and Manny Franco and a four to one Rockefeller toward the outside Morello obviously has been very, very impressive in a couple of starts. First time stretching out to a mile, which aqueduct on the outer track is just the one turn, right? Boy, I hope I ride on that before. It's kind of funny that they still at this point are only running a mile. Prep. It feels like it should be longer, but I guess they didn't even run a mile 16th at aqueduct. I don't think they do. So maybe it's just kind of stuck that way. But Morello just been super impressive in those first couple of starts raided in both of them nicely set off. Kind of had, you know, nice in behind trips, but covered a lot of ground last time in the week feel was just much the best. And life is great, not life is good, but life is great, also in here with second that day. But I wanted to mention glider just because we saw this horse at Tampa and was beaten by Emanuel who, as I said earlier in the fountain of youth, I'm really high on, but this was the one we can wear, I thought Tampa's course was somewhat biased. It seemed like the rail was very dead. And horses would start making moves they jumped out of the rail and they'd stop making moves. And I saw a lot of that that weekend renter brothers and I remember talking about it during the car and it's just like, God, horses that look like they're going to rally up the rail and win are just kind of stopping. And glider was chasing inside and Emmanuel stayed out in the three path because I think Emmanuel's writer realized that I think it was Pablo Morales who was writing. Realized that you don't want to be down inside. And so the fact that this one stayed down there lost ground Emanuel late, but still ran pretty good. And interestingly enough, Antonio Gallardo was going to go up and ride for Mark Cassie. In this race, obviously, Antonio based down here at Tampa and I don't know, I'm really excited to see what this horse could do because I thought that was first of all, like I said, I'm banking that emmanuelle is very good. And so that also makes me kind of think that maybe glider is pretty good, but this is a this is a fun prep honestly for you. I feel like the New York prep sometimes feel like they're a little bit short. At least with interest from me just because the aqueduct so many of the top guys are down at Gulfstream. But with Rockefeller coming out here for baffert, Morello, who's been sensational, I mean, even horses like bull journey for Bill Mott, you know, second in the Gander after kind of opening up last time out. I mean, there's just a lot of interesting horses in this race and a lot of upside dean's list perfect two for two for pletcher down at Gulfstream. He's obviously got, you know, he's going to want to spread out his hand a little bit. Ray handel has from another mother too, who is a nice winner last time out against maidens, but handles on fire in aqueduct this meet. 14 for 63, 22%, go ray. I want to say we had rayon 2019. I think I was at Monmouth when we had him on. I mentioned earlier radio days who was coming out of that forward Gallup Gulf Stream, and she is showing up here in the busher, which also a one turn mile race, which the four were gal was as well. And she kind of just got away not great. There's no comment on it. She was just far back in a race where 7 furlongs they were going and honest clip, but the horse up front was just cruising. And she wasn't able to run that one down, but she took a serious run at her. I think this is actually a really good horse. In radio days. And she gets back to New York too. I mean, Gulf Stream is always a little bit peculiar, but she ran perfectly fine. She just didn't catch a loose on the lead horse. Dylan Davis went down there to ride that race. I think he's obviously very high on the horse. They spent a ton of money for radio days. And so it makes sense that the horse would be talented and obviously comes from very, very good connections. Venti Valentine, who was so good behind nest in that demoiselle stakes nest obviously came back to win at Tampa a couple of weeks ago in I should know the race I called the damn thing. What is it called? Holy crap. The sun coast. Boy, don't let my bosses hear that I forgot the name of the sun coast stakes. But validate that race. The sun goes in a top top field. Certainly I don't think some of the talent that venti Valentine would is going to see here. So I don't know how much you like move nest up off that wind. I thought it was very workman like. And we haven't seen venti Valentine. We're still in that phase where, for some of these horses, we're seeing them for the first time as three year olds. Sterling silver was one of the New York prince I was mentioning earlier on in the show as well. I mean, very humble beginnings of $13,000 purchase. One made in special weight state bread and then $100,000 the Franklin square for Trevor McCarthy and Trevor and time albertrani, going to try their luck in the bush here against the open company here. So that is just a quick little preview of so much that's going on. Like I said, we had to skip around a little bit because there's just, there's just too much. I didn't have a chance to look at all of it to be Frank. And we'll certainly try our best to recap as much of it as we can on Monday. That will most likely drip into Tuesday, but big weekends. This is such a great time of the year for, you know, all the Derby lead up oaks lead up like that stuff's all fun, but what comes along with those is good cards and good racing and fountain of youth. I was thinking back my favorite fountain of youth is 2004, the saint Valentine's Day massacre, it was dubbed, which is probably a little bit of an extreme name for a horse race. But it was on Valentine's Day and read the footnotes and 2nd of June, man. They hooked up real early, not early, but early in the drive and they just went ahead and had the whole way down the lane and it was real memorable stretch call. There used to be video of it on YouTube and I looked around and the old video that used to be up there was no longer up there and so you can't seem to. You can't seem to find it so if you can find it out there if you know where to watch the 2004 found of youth watch it because it is a awesome race. But real big thank you to you guys for tuning in this week as always you guys are just the best so appreciate you guys listening to our show. Big thanks to Darren Rogers yesterday Danny Gibson who joined us back on Tuesday. We will have some new guests next week, maybe old guests. I haven't done any booking yet..
"antonio gallardo" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"Is jumping on this horse. That means this horse is probably going to be over bet. Just based on that. Now, he could certainly move that horse up. There's a reason he's getting on that horse. So now you're kind of weighing those two things. If you have a horse that's maybe gonna be an underway. Yeah, you have a horse that really only has to improve two points is that it's gonna be the difference maker. You know, you're kind of balancing balancing those factors. But then it does come into a gambling game where math kind of does have to prevail in the end. And I do think that's the point you bring up is an important part of basically almost everything this game that you're weighing all your information versus the price you're being offered, right? Correct. Yes. I mean, we had a horse for Gerald Ben at the other day, who's our leading trainer and he he'll do this sometimes. Like he'll put a rider on that's very low percentage rider and often the horse is very live and you can usually get a point or two higher than you would. If Sammy camacho or Antonio Gallardo was on board and again, it's just one little piece of the puzzle, I guess you got a way versus the price you're given. Yeah, exactly. And I think people do kind of forget that sometimes. And a lot of times too, when they do handicraft ahead of time, right? And they made picks like, you know, if I come out here and I say, these are the forces I'm gonna pick and all of a sudden it's like you feel like you're just like you're married to. Right. Yeah. And like there was a race like I wrote up on I forget what the state called maybe the pivot sticks where I was very negative on coach, accepting that she was going to be a very, very, very short price. So all the things you 5 to two. And it's like, I wish I didn't even write. You know, but it's too late. It's public, you know, because that's what I want to make a point. This analysis based on the fact this horse is, you know, is a short price. And once that race, you know, the board opens up. You're like, it's either not playable. Or you adjust. And I think people have to constantly remember that, right? Yeah, I mean, we try to say it a lot on this show. And I show some other places too, too, but people not only get married depicts, they get married to prices too, right? Like in the sense that they see that 8 to one in the morning line and they just they treat their entire ticket structure like that's happening, even though there's obviously things that can happen to change that or it was just a bad morning line and it might shift a little bit of how you pursue things one way or the other, but now I'm a big believer that the masses need to realize that those picks are very much in advance and they should be very unstable. Just does that at colonial all the time? My picks are four three two because the four looks terrible. I do not want any part of this horse or he's way over bad or something like that, which I think is what analysts on track are supposed to do. Yeah, absolutely. I agree with that 100%. So fairgrounds, I feel like every time I looked last year, they were getting rained on. I know it did rain a little bit, but how has that meat been so far from a weather perspective and just the racing in general for you? As you mentioned, it's been kind of consistent year to year. And then we just deal with the weather this time of year. The rates come off. I do think that cutting back to a four day race week, I think might change things up. They're doing 5 for a while, maybe trying to make up for the holidays. And things like that. And some of the field sizes were a little bit small in a fairground. It's a track that the takeout is very high. So, you know, you need to have the DP fields in order to play, right? So I think that that'll help a little bit. Yeah, I do know that their schedule they drop in a few odd like extra days throughout the week. Like I remember looking in there was like the occasional Monday and there was a occasional added in day. It was a little bit funny in that sense. But very excited for lecomte day, of course, the first of three big or I guess two big lead ups to the Louisiana river three kind of big Saturdays once a month and the Lakota is the 14th and final race and so why don't we work our way backwards a little bit Emily talking about these final four races on the card. As we're speaking on Tuesday afternoon the morning line is not out yet, but they do supplies, of course, with entries a week out, which is always kind of nice. But when I first looked at the race, I was kind of like, you know, it's not much, not a ton of star power here yet, but then I realized the second place finisher in the British cup is in here and the first place finisher might not be invited to the party. So I feel like papa cap at least is somewhat of a name, and there's a lot of just lightly raised horses, which for these January preps like this is kind of what it's supposed to be. Horses kind of deciding if they're gonna stay on the trail or not. Yeah, yeah, I kind of see it the same way. It does kind of seem like they're sort of the main players, some other horses that are trying to figure out where they belong. And of course, that are, you know, sort of the main players that are kind of improving. Are stepping up to see where they belong at the stakes level. And this is kind of a good start. This is why they run it. Somewhat early in the season, as a grade three, and then kind of continues the series throughout the meat. Yeah, papa cap was, you know, made that kind of sit in the stocking trip by in Cornish, made a little bit of a move there on the turn and just ran a good second was clear of giant giant game was the one that made that big huge move, right? He was like a Roman Romans long shot or something. Yeah, but I feel like he comes into this with a lot of reason to be optimistic, but I also feel like sometimes these horses who are very good at two and get a little name recognition, they just get over bet and a lot of times horses just catch up to them..
"antonio gallardo" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Serious two 19 XM two O one, affiliates in Lexington Louisville and around the country. And of course streaming worldwide and podcast on our website at horse racing radio .NET. Well, the dominant headline of the week was of course the unfortunate demise of Kentucky Derby winner. Medina Spirit following his workout at Santa Anita on Monday morning. And I'm going to talk more about that in just a minute. And the news of another gallant race force, by the way, who left us this past week. But I want to start with a more positive story, which you may have missed. You just heard the call coming out of our open. On Wednesday, 77 year old trainer Gerald Bennett saddled the winner of the 9th race at Tampa Bay downs. To craziness, the 8 year old son of dewal cat came from off the pace to win the $16,000 claiming event by two under Jackie Antonio Gallardo. And in doing so, Gabe Bennett, his 4000th career victory. He is just one of 14 trainers in the history of our sport to saddle 4000 winners, and for the most part he has done it the hard way. The only greatest stakes wins of his career. Came 31 years ago. In 1990, the Canadian bread Bo genius who won the grade two Michigan. How about the name of this race? Many of you will remember it. The Michigan myelin and 8th handicap. When I'm after that to take the grade one, Islam, handicap, that's when it was a grade one at Monmouth. Other than that, Gerald has been grinding out wins in lower level races, really for the love of the game. His entire career. And I remember being joined by Gerald and his son Dale back in 2015. Shortly after Gerald saddled milestone winner, number 3500. And one thing that he talked about in that conversation was having his family with him when he accomplished that feat. He was once again joined by his wife, Mary. Whom he referred to, by the way, is his greatest claim. At Tampa Bay downs in the winter circle on Wednesday. So it was a very special moment for Gerald Bennett and he's going to be.
"antonio gallardo" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"I think there are a few others in here that deserve noting as well. Mary and Francis number one, I guess is the other Brad Cox. That's why jaru is on amendment 19, but you can't knock the win last time out at keeneland and willful woman for Steve asked me number two is second off a layoff and has been running against some pretty good horses, but I like amendment 19 best. Okay, so we've got the same two horses. We're just reversing them a little bit. Dave's going 9 and 8. I like 8 and 9. We both think that they're better than the morning line favorite Olivia of the desert. Once again, don't pay too much attention to the morning line at Oakland. I hate to say that. I think it's a much more important job than what they're making it out to be. Unfortunately, it's not usually for everything I love about Oakland park. And I love most things about Oakland. Their morning line is not one of the things. And Dave and I both think that the morning line favorite is vulnerable in this spot, going with 8 and 9s, 9s and 8s in the mistletoe race number 9 tomorrow over at Oakland. Let's head down to Tampa Bay downs. They've got a couple of stakes on their Saturday card. And the first one is race number 7, the $100,000 sandpiper stakes. These are two year old Phillies going to sprint 6 for longs on their main track, a big field of ten to go to post here, Dave. And number one strategic bird is the two to one favorite on the morning line boy. She was phenomenally good in her debut last time at Gulfstream. You can't knock the effort and Mark Casa Hall of Famer and Gary barber has owned a whole lot of really, really good horses. John oxley bred this one in Florida and great first effort. But was 8 to one, which means wasn't exactly getting a ton of support, and that was a state bred maiden special weight. To me, two to one is not going to do the tricks. Strategic bird may win and may win with open links. But I'm not going in that direction. The horse I like best is, I don't know, maybe this is just trying to push a square peg into a round hole. Number 8, 8 to one in the morning line, low percentage barn. I just think the horse's devil that has been running against her better than pretty much everyone else who they've been facing last time out the two turn race. I don't think that's what this horse wants. Go back to that one turn race on August 28th. It's pretty competitive. I was really impressed by the maiden score at Gulfstream in August. You're giving me a good price in a race where I'm trying to beat the favorite. I'll take devil at it at 8 to one. All right, so 8 to one on number 8 devil let for Dave, who figures to show speed? I did not get creative. I don't know what to make of number one strategic bird other than if they didn't bet her in her debut. And maybe they expect her to get better. Second and third time out. I listen, I don't know if she's going to be better second out. You know, she could be a flash in the pan, one and done type Philly. She could be affiliated that has to have the lead and then gets brave out there and they're certainly going to be other speed to her outside tomorrow. I do know this. If she runs that race, she's going to win. If she runs close to that race, she's going to win. And she picks up a pretty good substitute writer in Antonio Gallardo who always is one of the top jocks at Tampa Bay downs. I don't want a short price, but I'm going to pick number one strategic bird on top to be honest and a race that I don't love the sandpiper stakes tomorrow at Tampa Bay downs. Race 9 tomorrow at Tampa is the $100,000 inaugural stakes two year olds 6 furlongs on the main track field of ten to go to post here. And the morning line favorite in this race all the way out on the outside is the ten concrete glory. 7 career starts already for the son of bode Meister. He didn't look so good the first four starts of his career, but he's looked great the last three. In the last win was the only one to me that you go, oh, maybe we have something here. The maiden claiming win Prescott aisle presque isle and then the next win or kind of lesser track spot last time out at Gulfstream a convincing win in an optional claiming race and you have good connections here, jockeys and trainers that win a lot of races. I think facing a higher quality of competition in this one. I think you can go a lot of different ways lightning Larry number 8. I think is coming off back to back solid races, the one optic go go ran at woodbine last time out was a big price and a stakes race and ran okay. But cadden number 5 for Ralph nicks is my choice. I think the two courses that that horse has lost to each of the last two races octane and Cajun's magic absolutely would blow away this field and caden finished competitively not close, but reasonably within distance to those two. I think the cutback is a good thing too and Ralph Nick certainly has had a tough week with his father passing away earlier a long time trainer. And I think my heart and my dollars are going to be with number 5. Okay, 6 to one on the morning line for cat and Dave's top choice in the inaugural. I'm also going to try to beat the favorite. And I'm going to even take a bigger price. Number three magical moose for the team of Jesus crews and Isaac Castillo teamed up for a win in a maiden claiming race, the debut for magical moves at Delaware park on October 30th, got bet that day ran a good race stalking the pace making the lead and drawing off to win by two and a half three lengths. Since arriving at Tampa, he shows two SolidWorks, including a bullet 5 furlong drill. Out of the gate back on November 24th, Isaac Castillo, who wrote him in his debut, is aboard once again tomorrow, and I think if he takes the normal step forward, like two year olds do from their first start to their second start, he could be a big player in here at a very nice price. So 15 to one on number three magical moose, my top choice in the inaugural, Dave going with number 5 cat and we're both trying to beat the favorites and the favorite right now. The favorites are number ten concrete glory and number 8 lightning Larry looks like a wide open renewal of the inaugural race 9 tomorrow at Tampa Bay downs. We'll take our final break when we come back. We will look at the Sunday action, both aqueduct and woodbine, you're listening to the weekend stakes preview presented by nyra betts on the horse racing radio network..
"antonio gallardo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Through the maze of cones outside Mesa Community College Tuesday. Thankfully, Madeline Claremont didn't mind too much. My family wants to get together for Christmas. So we all agreed that all of us would get tested, and then we find out that we have negative tests, and we'll get together for Christmas. So finding out if she's held, I mean, it seems like sound logic, but it's not how it works. And even if you are negative means you're negative now doesn't mean you're negative tomorrow. I mean, it's negative. When you get on that plane, he means everything to her. We gotta face it. Be safe and do what we want to do and try to be safe as we can. Antonio Gallardo trying to get his family home to Hawaii for the holidays after flying into Arizona for softball tournament, because if we don't have our negative tests or a test and we have to quarantine for 14 days back home, it's good to be safe. Yeah. You know, there's enough stuff going around where You know, it's just nice to be secure and know that you're gonna do the right thing. But not everyone sees Idol. I here Do you feel like that's a bad idea? That's a bad idea is stupid. Shelly Richard's getting tested after she woke up with a sore throat. But even before then had no plans to travel. What were your plans for Christmas, sitting in my house and lots of TV and watching everybody else get infected? She's gonna tell like it is because I'm a be home with the door closed with my bleach. Okay? I'm not trying to get sick. It's just a point and talking. That's what this is a point in time. It doesn't quite know what's gonna happen tomorrow two hours from now She's exactly right. Or whatever. It's a real fear echoed by health officials across the nation and in Arizona, this is all about protecting. The people We love Most Governor Doug Ducey, encouraging Arizona's to celebrate in safer wastes limit large gatherings. Celebrate outdoors. Wear a mask. These are small steps that will make a significant difference in the fight against Cove in 19 this Christmas in May Send Coleville Dez ABC. 15, Arizona. Yeah, maybe don't get together. We talked with Dr Carrick. Crist Earlier on the program, the director of Arizona Health Services Department, health Services, and I said, What are you doing for the holidays? Are you Are you gathering? She's like, No, we're standing in the house. We're not going anywhere. Right. I told thank you because, unlike some other politician that we've seen Gavin Newsom, Deborah Berks and Burkes isn't really a politician, but she certainly high profile right now, Uh, it's certainly understandable that many of us feel like One of these Cooper's doing. They tell us Don't go out, and then they go out. Well, you have a Newsome had a birthday party for a lobbyist friends, so he had to go out. No. Well, Deborah Berke said to get together and her vacation home with her extended family, so it's totally okay. No, no, not entirely okay. Not okay. So I was glad to hear her say she's not going out. Uh, we'll continue here just a few moments, including a privilege of utilities. Next. It's Chris Merrill. And for Mike, Rheumatic K P. A R progressive.