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Fresh update on "bob baffert" discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

00:31 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bob baffert" discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"This is how he is when you tack him up. I took him in the round pin. I did a join up with him. Everything was perfect. I tacked him up completely standing there, lose no issues. So I called the person who owned him. And I said, I didn't have any problems getting him tacked up. So maybe he was just excited and she was like, well, I mean, you know, he was on Lasix and albuterol at the time. Excuse me, have you ever taken albuterol? It makes your bloody heart beat out of your chest like this. Oh my God, because it speeds up your heart rate so much that, of course, I mean, and so here's a horse that is wants to do the right thing and he ended up being gentle as a kitten, and I'm just shocked at what people put in these horses to make them run that much faster. The problem is you put money into something and people are going to try to figure out a way to cheat. And it is so disheartening. And these people are doing such disservices to the horses and to the horse racing industry and the sport as a whole bite injecting them with whatever. I told you guys a little bit about Dave last week and realizing that probably what he had was he was given steroids to take the fat away from his body and add muscle, and then he comes off the track and he loses all that muscle, and then you're stuck with a skeleton. You know, I'm so sick of any sort of medications or drugs being given to racehorses and I know I'm talking to a tree right now because nobody's gonna ever listen to me, but that is my thing. As far as Medina Spirit goes, I don't know whether he was given anything. I don't know. He wasn't in a race, he was just in a workout, maybe he didn't have anything maybe he did. We'll find out time will tell with that. But it is a Bob Baffert horse and that man is currently banned from several states. And I just am so sick of it. So, Medina Spirit, rest in peace, what an amazing horse. And I do know that the people that work with him and care for him are very sad and they're very sad to have the empty stall. I read this whole post from somebody who worked with me in the spirit. It was groom. And they were just talking about how sad it was to they were waiting for him to come back from his workout and he didn't come back. And how soul crushing that has to be. But we've got to get to the bottom of it. But again, I don't know whether he had was on anything or not. Yeah. I mean, horses do die of heart attacks. They do die of heart attacks and they're doing they die doing what their bread to do and what they're born to do and what they love to do. And so there's that side of it and then there's the dark side of the racing industry. And I'm sitting here staring at it on a daily basis. And it's still frustrating and it's so disheartening and it's so soul crushing to see that happen over and over again. But again, we don't know, we'll find out. I did. I did do some research, and the president of the American association of Bitcoin practitioners said exact cause of death is only typically determined around half the cases, even after necropsy..

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Derby winner Medina Spirit dies after workout

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Derby winner Medina Spirit dies after workout

"The the three three year year old old colt colt collapsed collapsed and and died died after after a a workout workout at at Santa Santa Anita Anita and and California California in in a a statement statement trainer trainer Bob Bob Baffert Baffert said said the the horse horse had had a a heart heart attack attack an an official official cause cause of of death death has has not not been been determined determined Baffert's Baffert's horse horse won won the the derby derby in in may may and and after after the the race race in in the the spirit spirit are are derby derby horse horse had had been been tested tested positive positive for for twenty twenty one one Pico Pico grams grams of of betamethasone betamethasone that that is is a a legal legal medication medication that that is is not not allowed allowed on on race race day day Baffert Baffert was was suspended suspended by by Churchill Churchill Downs Downs and and barred barred from from entering entering horses horses in in the the next next two two derbies derbies and and banned banned from from racing racing in in New New York York the the Kentucky Kentucky horse horse racing racing commission commission has has been been investigating investigating the the case case Medina Medina spirit spirit had had five five wins wins in in ten ten career career starts starts I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue the the three three year year old old colt colt collapsed collapsed and and died died after after a a workout workout at at Santa Santa Anita Anita and and California California in in a a statement statement trainer trainer Bob Bob Baffert Baffert said said the the horse horse had had a a heart heart attack attack an an official official cause cause of of death death has has not not been been determined determined Baffert's Baffert's horse horse won won the the derby derby in in may may and and after after the the race race the the the the spirit spirit or or derby derby horse horse had had been been tested tested positive positive for for twenty twenty

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Judge nullifies horse trainer Bob Baffert's NY suspension

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Judge nullifies horse trainer Bob Baffert's NY suspension

"A New York federal judges nullified the suspension of horse trainer Bob Baffert in the state the Brooklyn judge found that the New York racing association acted unconstitutionally by failing to let Baffert adequately respond to claims made against him after his Kentucky Derby winner Medina spirit failed the post race drug test in her written ruling the judge said of Pompeo suspension hearing where Baffert could refute the claims was required to meet constitutional muster Baffert's attorney in the case says the ruling confirms that there was an improper rush to judgment and that Baffert was treated unfairly I'm Dave Ferrie

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Belmont Stakes Races on Without Baffert

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:16 sec | 6 months ago

Belmont Stakes Races on Without Baffert

"In the Triple Crown is today. The Belmont Stakes is being run in New York with a cloud hanging over horse racing. Earlier this week, Churchill Down suspended trainer Bob Baffert for two years. Following the confirmation of a positive drug tests for Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit.

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Trainer Bob Baffert Banned for Two Years by Churchill Downs

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Trainer Bob Baffert Banned for Two Years by Churchill Downs

Baffert Suspended 2 Years After Medina Spirit Drug Test Confirmed

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Baffert Suspended 2 Years After Medina Spirit Drug Test Confirmed

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting trainer Bob Baffert is suspended for two years after Medina spirits failed post Kentucky Derby drug test is confirmed Churchill Downs has suspended veteran trainer Bob Baffert for two years after a second test confirmed the presence of a banned steroid in Kentucky Derby winner Medina spirit system Baffert is barred from entering any horses in the Kentucky Derby or other races at Churchill Downs through the spring of twenty twenty three additionally Churchill Downs says it reserves the right to extend Baffert suspension if he runs afoul of rules in other states Baffert has had five violations in the past thirteen months the Kentucky horse racing commission's investigation is ongoing and with visa spirits Kentucky Derby win could still be stripped if that happens runner up mandolin would be elevated as the winner of the may first Kentucky Derby hi Mike Rossio

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Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes

Charlie Parker

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes

"During the pandemic. Well, New York horse racing officials, Airbending trainer Bob Baffert from entering Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit and the Belmont Stakes. They're also banning any of his horses at Belmont Park or at Saratoga Racecourse is summer. The New York Racing Association said it based its decision on the investigation and the Medina

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Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes

Atlanta's Morning News

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes

"Will not even be allowed to run in the third leg of the Triple Crown, The Belmont. Dina Spirits trainer bomb Baffert has been suspended in New York pending results of drug tests following the Kentucky Derby reporter Steve Futterman says the Medina spirit tested positive for a banned steroid. Its third place finish in the Preakness means no Triple Crown winner this year. Hundreds of homes flood around like Charles, Louisiana, being hit by two hurricanes and ice storm and a

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Bob Baffert, Trainer of Kentucky Derby Winner Medina Spirit, Suspended From Entering Belmont Stakes

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 7 months ago

Bob Baffert, Trainer of Kentucky Derby Winner Medina Spirit, Suspended From Entering Belmont Stakes

"Baffert has been temporarily suspended from entering horses in New York. Pending a medication inquiry from the Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit, tested positive for steroids and post race testing and ran the Preakness on Saturday. New York is home to the Belmont Stakes

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Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 7 months ago

Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes

"Trainer Bob Baffert has been temporarily suspended from entering horses in New York. Pending a medication inquiry from the Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit, tested positive for steroids and post race testing and ran the Preakness on Saturday. New York is home to the Belmont

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New York Suspends Bob Baffert Pending Kentucky Derby Probe

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

New York Suspends Bob Baffert Pending Kentucky Derby Probe

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting New York suspends Bob Baffert pending the outcome of the Kentucky Derby probe trainer Bob Baffert has been suspended by the New York racing association pending the outcome of an investigation into Kentucky Derby winner Medina spirits failed post race drug test the N. Y. R. race decision means Baffert is barred from entering or stabling horses at New York racetracks the band includes Belmont Park for the Belmont Stakes will be run on June fifth the Dino spirit tested positive for the steroid betamethasone after winning the Kentucky Derby it was the fifth violation for Baffert trained horses involving impermissible levels of medication over the past thirteen months we need a spirit finished third in Saturday's Preakness Stakes hi Mike Rossio

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Rombauer Pulls Preakness Upset, Baffert's Medina Spirit 3rd

The Best of Ben Shapiro

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Rombauer Pulls Preakness Upset, Baffert's Medina Spirit 3rd

"Iverson, the winner of the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore Horse racing second Jewel in the Triple Crown Rombauer. The race finished minutes ago. 11 to 1 odds. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit past drug tests to compete who had failed a post derby test. Trainer Bob Baffert denies wrongdoing, says A B C's Elizabeth shows evaporate denies that he intentionally cheated. He says the steroid was part of a cream prescribed by the horses that here in Baltimore references. Medina Spirit had a skin rash. She's waiting second drug test that will determine if the horse can hold on to the title of

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Preakness to Run Amid Medina Spirit Controversy

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Preakness to Run Amid Medina Spirit Controversy

"Up to the second leg of Horse racing's Triple Crown later today. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit aims to win the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore it past three rounds of pre race drug testing. It failed a post Derby test about which trainer Bob Baffert denied wrongdoing Average suspended by Churchill Downs Officials trainer Steve asked us and work with one of the Preakness. Competitors. Midnight bourbon. I think that it's going to shit a very important light on the peak, a gram levels and the testing and what these horses are going through. The Preakness will be run before 10,000 fans at Pimlico. Chuck's

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Medina Spirit Will Compete in Preakness After Passing Drug Tests

ESPN Radio

01:49 min | 7 months ago

Medina Spirit Will Compete in Preakness After Passing Drug Tests

"That Medina spirit the winner of the Kentucky Derby, is cleared to race and Saturday's Preakness Stakes after the Kentucky Derby where Medina Spirit one a drug test revealed a therapeutic in Medina Spirits System, which is banned on race day. Fame's trainer Bob Baffert, who trained Medina Spirit revealed that the horse tested positive. Elevated levels of beta methods own. Baffert released a statement on May 11 saying that Medina Spirit had been treated for a skin condition with an ointment that contained the substance. Quote Medina Spirit earned his Kentucky Derby win and my far masala gist, sir, have told me that 21 people grams of better methods, Sone would have no effect on the outcome of the race. Baffert previously said in a statement. Medina Spirit is a deserved champion and I will continue to fight for him. After this Medina spirit went through subsequent tests that came back clean. And therefore is able to race in the Preakness. Marty and McGee host Marty Smith talked on SportsCenter with El Duncan about the situation and also how Baffert is essentially battling himself in this race when it comes to the Triple Crown. I've been texting all week long with Bob Baffert Ale back and forth. I did reach out to him after this ruling came down, asked him if he had any comment. And he said, Right now he feels like it's best to keep his comments to himself. The less he says, the better. Certainly I respect that now because concert tour and Medina spirit are now eligible for the Preakness. That means Baffert is now racing against himself for Triple Crown history, of course, since he trains both of those horses if concert tour were to win the Preakness here on Saturday that eliminates Medina spirit from a Triple Crown opportunity earlier this week, I had the opportunity to talk with Jimmy Barnes about that. Who's here? Training the horses on Baffert's behalf, and I asked him What's it like for one horse to be racing against another one. A Triple Crown is on the line, he said, Man, It's not a challenge it all. It's

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Medina Spirits Kentucky Derby Drama, Explained

ESPN Daily

01:32 min | 7 months ago

Medina Spirits Kentucky Derby Drama, Explained

"Matt i know very little about horse racing so i'm so glad you're joining me today. Thank you. I appreciate kamya. Matt hegarty is covered horse for more than twenty years and he reports on the macintosh industry for the daily racing form. So i know that the preakness is tomorrow matt. I know that it's the second race into the triple crown. And i know that medina the horse that won the kentucky derby tested positive in a drug test after that win but before you walk us through exactly what happened there. How would you describe the drama in the sport that you cover right now. This is pretty unprecedented. We haven't had a derby positive in horse racing since nineteen sixty sixty when you start talking about drugs in horse racing it. It aims it up to the next level you know we've had drug positives and being debated in the past the the most important ones that have happened in acid involved. in the same trainer bob baffert. This is a continuation of a pattern. And i think. That's what's causing a lot of the uproar that this wasn't a trainer who got caught up in some sort of mix up with therapeutic medication. It's trainer who is at the top of the game hall of fame member. A person who has one more derbies eighty percent history as long as on stands and he has a pattern of being sloppy in his barn operations. And it's hard to believe that you could be sloppy going into the most important race on the calendar.

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Kentucky Derby Winner Medina Spirit Fails Post-Race Drug Test

Rachel

00:16 sec | 7 months ago

Kentucky Derby Winner Medina Spirit Fails Post-Race Drug Test

"Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit is tested positive for a banned raced a drug and trainer Bob Baffert has been suspended from entering horses at Churchill Downs, and the track has suggested that it would invalidate the horses Derby victory If the results of a failed post race test are

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Robertino Diodoro Celebrates Seventh Place Finish at Kentucky Derby

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:41 min | 7 months ago

Robertino Diodoro Celebrates Seventh Place Finish at Kentucky Derby

"Tino dea. Doro is a few. Wins behind. Bob baffert at this point but he may catch him eventually because he's one heck of a horse trainer and he had a chance to experience the kentucky derby for the first time last saturday with. Keep me in mind who i told you earlier ran a really good race. Robert tinos with me now here on h. r. r. n. robert tino. Good morning my friend. Welcome they're not good morning. Thanks for having me. Yeah yeah thanks for being here Tell me about the kentucky derby. What was the experience like it. Was you know settling Never forget and Already itching to get back Hopefully one day soon Now it was a lot of fun. Was it everything you dreamed. It might be Definitely end more. It was It was quite the rush Just leading up to it. And then of course the walkover Was nice to see fans back and Definitely the buzz In the tunnel while the horses were walking out on post buried. I have talked to so many trainers in. So many owners over the years about that walkover and everybody kind of says the same thing they say. It's one of the most incredible walks in all the sports and all those types of things. But what what's it really like. Robert tino for somebody like myself has never done it. How do you describe it who've and it's tough it's like i said it's definitely a buzz and i think by Hair on my arms standing up to be honest. It was a rush. I mean it was Definitely a while.

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Medina Spirit Wins the 147th Kentucky Derby

Rachel

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Medina Spirit Wins the 147th Kentucky Derby

"And he did so from Churchill Downs where history was made at this year's Kentucky Derby trainer Bob Baffert winning his record 1/7. Run for the Roses effort, hadn't said much about Medina spirit and didn't expect to see many reporters around his bar and ahead of Derby. I'm sure I won't see you the rest of league, but I appreciate you guys coming by talking to me. Oh, you have to go back to the days when there's hardly anybody here. At the 15 to 1 colt changed the narrative with a half length win in the run for the Roses to give Baffert his seventh Kentucky Derby. The most in history came in under the radar, and I just know I want to come in here bragging or anything like that. You know, horsemen getting beat, you know, and so for him to win just happened, you know, so Heavily favored essential

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Medina Spirit Gives Baffert Record 7th Derby Win

Tony Katz Weekend

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Medina Spirit Gives Baffert Record 7th Derby Win

"Stern and upset at the Kentucky Derby, with Medina Spirit, beating out the betting favorite essential quality, and it wasn't just a win for the horse with the victory, trainer Bob Baffert said. A new record with 1/7 Kentucky Derby winning jockey John Velazquez notched his fourth win with Run for the Roses. Fox

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:30 min | 9 months ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"All day long. There was a little bit of buzz there in california. The the government officials have announced that beginning on april first outdoor stadiums can start having limited capacity. So i'd like to think that fan anita's going to piggyback on that. I think the the edict is in line with the opening a baseball season To oil to allow some limited Fans all. The you know with all the baseball teams in the state Between san francisco oakland anaheim. La and san diego Fans and i think santa anita. It's going to try and piggyback on on that so hopefully for senate you know i would. They haven't made any announcement yet. But that's i know they've been sort of letting the baseball teams be the the pulling guard and trying to follow them and hopefully for the santa derby it'll be the opportunity for some limited fans to be allowed in then so we'll we'll see how that all plays out but it's encouraging anyway j. I appreciate The monday recap and of course. All of jays written analysis the expanded comments Expanded shark style comments available at the kentucky derby section of the daily racing form and continue to march along and J i appreciate it. We'll look forward to the some rebel thoughts and we'll look forward to weigh any changes to the derby. Watch top twenty procurator. J. d. r. f. the comprehensive weekend recap and we're close out the morning got about about Sixteen seventeen minutes should be perfect. Chance to talk to bob baffert about life is good and more because obviously as i mentioned the one. That's if and there was also defended and It was pretty pleased with that at nine. Two one bob baffert joins us Bob life as good takes the next step. Congratulations yeah thank you yeah. He was I was pretty exciting to watch him. perform like he did and and so we just gotta you know the the party continues. That's all we can ask for. You know solid.

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Million like and then you go like where are they for all these horses you know. Because they're not around and so it's really tough you know so But that's what we're dealing with right now so any chance you get the run. You've been run your horse methods. Come do well and the flip side of fenway needing the race Concert tour didn't need the race What do you got there roaming. Concert tour was run them a mile for timing probably with tired but He came out of his. You know he's a nice horse. I you know he's i think he's a horse that I'm excited about And he should like to turn bread to go to turn. So we're we're excited about 'em so you know but i think the second race is so important Steve in That's why you know they show at the second time. How quickly will he will he stakes or or the after just Just sorta just play by one one thing about it. Yeah you just keep them healthy right. Now keep healthy final race for them and then come march. And that's when you start really getting because that's when you got to start looking for points you know well eighty-eight buyer in in that debut For concert tour so a very good starting point And of course people are are listening in they're clamoring to know about life is good and and how things are going for him. Good is he Kind of work today. And he's doing really well. He's extremely fast source. He's very very fast Like he's got a authentic type you know speed and we're just trying to parse it a little bit you know when you've got slow downtown tad on it but he's he's.

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Closed down here. It looks like we weren't gonna run again right back in you know february march whatever and so i was really and then. I just feel fortunate. We opened up and got to run again and because it was looking pretty gloomy but All in all you gotta take the good with the bad or you know and just Believe you know we finished up the year in you. Know like yeah. I haven't been horse get hurt earlier in the year look disastrous there for the eight. You know authentic. He just bought it all together. Demeaned improbable it was just a great great well and got that story. Actually that you is the perfect segue to start the conversation about twenty twenty one because you maximum security Retirement and improv. Volt thousand words and mckenzie you. Have you have stars like that. All go onto their their second careers at stud and you know you you have to adjust and the dow in the you mentioned the early season injuries uncle chuck as well. We should slip him into an early season injury and And charlotte into an you. Charlatan got back just in time to get the grade. One in the malibu. Now i mean you know. We're likely to get him. You know he got back now. He looks great and he gets to run another year. So that's that's great. You know we still have some good ones in the barn and hopefully developing some more for the You know.

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Check in with declan. Carol who wins last night at sam houston palazzo. Who we you know. We were frankly we were all over and it was a thriller one of several races. That had you know tight finishes where the camera needed to be needed to be brought in and voi- hit the wire and i turned to tina. I said i think he's too late then. I don't think he got up. But boy i i guess i should have just left it To your good judgment declan carol. Congratulations thanks for having me on diva. Oh i didn't. I didn't know who won. There's a lot that went on in this race and that included an issue near the top of the stretch and a bumping incident. That i imagined might have. If if you didn't if you didn't end up winning you might have called for an objection. I i was a little worried that you know you. You kind of waited. Maybe a couple of strides too late to get going talk about the plan going in and the trip coming around yes Nice to get the opportunity to go sort of mention me from mark He they're thinking about going and uh.

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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02:40 min | 1 year ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Giving Tuesday now but the other part is very much about this need to lift spirits to come together to remember what we have in common and so that's where we're having a lot of fun with tomorrow and that the launch of our trs. Pony power power has no dollars attached to. It is a call to action to every budding artists from the age of zero to one hundred that wants to draw a picture of a pony or racehorse and put it on social media with the Hashtag. Trs Pony power. We figure if we flood the Internet and the social media channels with cute pictures of horses will feel better. We know that's true for us at the Sierra and we hope that true forever all of all of these horses so much so we're that how we've interpreted giving Tuesday now is to bring people together in in those two ways outstanding Well We are going to send the link. Everybody T. R. F. ING DOT Org. You'll see right right toward the center slightly left. You'll see giving Tuesday now all the details the donate link. There's actually already been thousand dollars close to a thousand raised toward the thirteen thousand dollar goal. That will pay for a month's worth of grain and Then the phony power T. R. F. Tony Power Hashtag and Kim will keep everybody updated. We'll remind them again tomorrow. I appreciate the visit. Oh it's such a treat to be here. Thank you ever so much until you and all your listeners. Be Well Kim. We're from T. R. F. Will stay right here and spend the last ten minutes of the morning with Bob Baffert who in addition to having a game gamely win the allowance race mid card. Saturday sweeps to Arkansas derbys However the first thing we're going to do is congratulate Bob and express appreciation for him leading the Board of supervisors protests last week. Good morning thanks for having me not at all. Thanks for doing what you did. Bring in the thirty people or so and You know really gaining spotlight That seems to have You know reached the the right ears Last week when it came to the vote The five nothing vote with the Board of Supervisors and now we just have to wait for a hopefully A rubber stamp from the how health department. Yeah it was. It was good to go out there and just I. I don't know if it did any good stay but sometimes you gotta shake the tree a little bit. Let them know that you know we've got..

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"My wife is if I hadn't won any races on Saturday and people ask for his Bob. I was GONNA have already using quarantine with the virus. You won't see you still felt fine so a good day and the handle was strong. It was it looked really looked Yeah I mean you know where everything went well California. They're working hard to try to. You know it's tough. You're in California but at the same day it's so beautiful. It was a beautiful day in this thing about ten. Just is the most wonderful race track in In America just hoping that we just gotTa we just gotTa make it work. Everybody Doing doing what they can to make it work and Bob -gratulations and we'll We'll watch. We'll look forward to rebel week next week. And this coming weekend see where everybody goes in there and their next sets of assignments all right. Well thank you. Not at all Bob Baffert everybody and an update on all the players and it. It's a boy. Those that the bet charlatan. I I don't know why I said earlier this morning. If you'd how do you you bet a horse like that? And your and your future wager. At least they dowell has got you know. At least he's got a couple of a couple of races under his belt. That to go forward and you know that he's pointing and getting ready for you know for the next the next level with the rebel coming up on Saturday but authentic Shar. So it's authentic charlatan. Nee Dow eight the also mentioned eight rings who I I keep forgetting about. I kind of shutting him off to the side a little bit After he kind of fish tailed at the end of the year but Authentic Charlotte's in NATO now eight rings thousand words ballooned to thirty after the. That's interesting after the I yesterday I looked up. It was six thirty five and I thought. Oh my God I had completely forgotten to to look at the board you know leading up to the end of the The end of wagering on the Future Wager but one two three four. It looks like seven seven of them to deal with Zoro. Sty Velocity eight rings thousand words and the Dow Charlatan and authentic a total of of the seven boys. And it didn't sound like there's any rush on Gamine Coming right back either But that's that's we've gotten used to With him just saying he'll see how they work and and let them you know. Tell him where they're where they're going. We'll take well we'RE GONNA GET. We're GONNA get a short Yup case. I see case Writing back now and Okay all right. Well then let's take all right take a break and we'll see late last break in the morning it's been a wild morning and obviously The news will just becoming non stop the rest of the day and in days and weeks ahead let quick break. We'll come back. We'll see if we can close out with Doug O'Neill and talk about the win in Dubai and the prospects for what I think he's got at least three. That are.

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"It It was just a positive activity. Here because Todd pletcher arrived as we were wrapping up with Baffert opport-. Frankly frankly I got the sense that he would have stayed another he would have stayed the rest of the show. Had there not been had had there not been a A specific assignment format at the top of the hour. But he tells me I don't know if he's perfected these stories. He's or if he just delivers them with a a certain aplomb but he told the historian of the first Dorsey bought a keeneland With thirty sloughs which was just wildly entertaining. Well Bob is when he gets it. Nobody's comfortable around you. He's got one hundred of those stories. Yeah and you know. He doesn't usually tell us. You know some guys have two stories. They tell the same two stories wherever they go. He's got one hundred stores and you might hear the same one twice and and it's It's pretty good. And and and when he come walking down the hall with his brother Bill who lives in Tucson here and I just Bob just told me that the other day and is man and I didn't know you live goes thank God. You didn't knocking on my door every day and I said yeah you're probably right but bills the same way. He's over the telling telling stories stories about those guys growing up and doing things so very gracious and they've said Todd came here a little bit ago. Ten fifteen minutes ago takes talking over there and I told some of the students earlier when as a you know Pop Africa. You Know Todd pletcher. Can you introduce us. I just show up in the morning I believe me. They're fine. They they used to be you they get it so group of seven eight nine kids are over here and when Bob got off and todd was here you know they chitchatted get chatting over there a little bit and You know some little starstruck but but you know. Hey these guys started in school just like you did and you know you can move right up the ladder but So gracious enough. Not just to be here to do the little interview with you. But now they're in on On stage they're doing a little Oprah couch session just chit chatting Just like they were with Yo so Like I say when you come to these things over to the public you could be sitting there in the audience and listen so a very very entertaining. It's not all business here so like to show some of the lighter side of the business. Show that that these guys. Yeah they go to work every day. They trade a Lotta horses. They deal with a lot of different people. But they're just regular guys and that's what you're gonNA see. That's what the people are going to see in the room in there. He told he told a racing secretary story from Los Owl that I've never heard curly Smith. He is to be from what I understand the toughest raising secretary on record bar. Non Anywhere knew every horse on the grounds and what everybody knew everything about everybody he he said he told the story. The Guy who the guy a left the shed left the light on in the Tack Room and apparently Smith would go around the barns every night he made he made the trainer unscrew the lightbulbs out of the tack room and bring it to his office every afternoon. And then come pick it up the next day for a week stores my good friend. Bruce Jackson who trained quarterback reverses over there before of any test name before he transferred over to read gave. He used to tell me stories about curly Smith and still does and I didn't believe him at first. And then I'd start getting a little few backup stories around the corner but I believe right in other words. You're not wasting electricity. Unless you need that ball you'd leave it with me and if I didn't know the background up the essence but oh my God made me laugh but their stories about this guy You know if you brought a horse in if you had nine stalls and you brought that tenth horse and he knew it any would literally put you on the Horse until you to ride it out the gate. I mean I've heard all kinds of they never met the guy quite a legend quarterhorse guests. Redoubt Alameda now. And you know every time everytime baffert brings up Brad McKenzie. Just he you know. He says he says he's tender As as as As anybody you know when their talks about his dad talks about the chief and reverential about you you know the icons of of the training game and absolutely did and as I was talking to Bill Phillips tells stories about you know not nicely growing up at but recently and the name Brad. McKenzie was sprinkled throughout stories about. Oh Brad did this when Brad was here so it. Ah The guys. Are you know just tight as tight as you can ever get. I know Bob is really really happy. That the they pick like the right horse they picked a good horse. True horse you know but champion Type A horse to name after after Brad and just go out and perform and do great so I mean mean he lost a good buddy. What else can you say exactly exactly well it it? It got very quiet here. Because everybody's in listening to Bob. Avin todd so the kids are in there so we can't do anything with the kids right this minute. We've got one over in the wings over here Matthew..

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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06:05 min | 2 years ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"I said Yeah you better be ready to work seven days a week and just live live. Live and breathe it. That's all if you want to be successful you gotta live and breathe because not only you're responsible for all those horses versus but you're responsible for a lot of employees families that count on you. That's a lot of pressure like this winter when we were having problems out there SANITA. Yeah that was one of the big things that you know. If this isn't workout I got a lot of families that are counting on me and you know they just can't pick up no go. Oh or whatever and they've been with me for you know twenty twenty years and seeing all the kids grow up so there's a lot of extra pressure that you know that that that people don't know about you but So but it's been very you know I. I'm so lucky that work down you know. I'm glad that my grandmother let me that thousand dollars. I don't know what would happen if she didn't give me the the money but but it was as you never things happen for a reason it's one of the you know it's one of the things about the game that you know. There's there's a certain degree of locked that That it just as is out there to be to be captured and I suppose some of it. Some of it is is just knowing just being relaxed and as you as you've discussed before I mean just Adjusting how you you always talk about making decisions with horses during the run-up On the classic trail and just making those decisions on feel I remember when I was when I was like sixteen this Wayne Look is comes into scenario with these shiny trailers. These fancy voices to run in the trials okay and we all went up to the fence ago. Everybody was saying that's Wayne Lukas. Man That's guy it's light light and I wanted to go up and introduce mice. I was scared to de. ooh I was like That's him and I got it close. Look I'm watching him man but this he's just he is like you not only is he. He's a great horse Horseman and Horse Trainer He's great horsemen but he was a good showman and he knew how to For for the better he knew how to promote the sport he really. And when he when he came into the corridors business. He changed the course. I mean he the Barnes all of a sudden he had had the most beautiful barnes and the flowers in there and stuff. Rake at the herringbone tendency a herringbone Rig that's Wayne Lucas and people that try what is gold toe to toe with and they went and broke. They couldn't they couldn't stay up because he kept winning. And then when he came thoroughbreds he changed at all and During the process he sort of rubbed a lot of people the wrong way and they you know and so you know the thing about Wayne he was never really when you come from the corridors and just jumped in there he it was really totally never accepted fully. When you come for the hard boots and because he didn't come up from you know they they think a lot of the you know the trainers are You know come in like you know the typical trainers supposed to look like Leroy Jolly lovely. I get get to know him last year and I just love what I totally right when I saw him. I said when I see you Leroy. I'm intimidated 'cause to me. Leroy was above me because I watched him. I think he was great trainer. And all these guys and I see 'em brea and those guys like I would never consider myself at their their level to me. They're still above me. Union means so when you see these guys when you're growing up on television you know like And last I used to pick your arraign these older guys. And that's what I did. I tell you it's helped me and I tell my kids. You gotta be very curious in life absolutely and you have solutions and we rented a long day. We they're calling for you. They're calling for me right. Steve but I got your worn out. Todd pletcher showed up. They told me he wouldn't show why. Why not Actually taught actually graduate in four years. It took me six. All right. Enjoy it you was fabulous. Thank you as always unbelievable Bob Baffert. Let's take a break. I'm digging it. I'm sorry I didn't dig into everybody's time with the kids and Let's let's take a break hammer's coming right back and we're going to get some kids on and we're GONNA get sick Fernando in for a visit and he's going to explain about the you know how how to get into the pedigree side of you know if you're young person and you want to work for a farm you WANNA work on the sales and you WanNa work and signer Sydell talk about that and how you know we we. We know how the horse side works and probably a lot of the business side track operators and so forth but that's an in area and and when we were here last year You know there was. I think I think it all the time we've been coming only been one Of the students students that had expressed bloodstock interest now. A now I've been introduced to two or three more and so we'll get sit in for that to a A lot of fun. How about that story and delivered delivered perfectly baffert about thirty sluice because everybody was saying the horse become anything? WHO's the horse at thirty slows? That was great back after this to symposium apple races with feedback on Sirius. Xm radio the home at the tracker on the go express bed is your way to play. The races express provides it's.

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"I'll never forget I went to to To the Churchill downs it must have been like it was so cold it was like forty degrees or whatever terrible terrible it was called. I'm walking up there and I have a of Oxford shirt on and so cold and I had a sport coat. Oh no overcoat. And that that wasn't and I'm walking up there and I'm freezing. I'm walking up. It was just me. And My my groom and I'm walking up there and MMA forget my nipples so hard and they're rubbing against the super hard starched shirt shirt and they were all I could think about. I kept grabbing myself. Like you were Raleigh. I got up there and got my ass kicked and it was just terrible but you know what I saw it was I saw a Roz was it. Is Area Razzie around Ozzy Ozzie. Rasi is racist. Believe it wasn't their forget that one of the most unforgettable classic performances I've ever seen and I learned a lot from and And I remember I was at Staying there and I was crossed and I saw woody Stevens. was that a little some across the table having dinner and he was he was getting pretty old then oxygen tank. You had it on his and I wanted to. I WANNA walk up and introduce myself to them. But I was too scared. I was too intimidated. Go up there and introduce myself. I am a new trainer and trying to get into business but I wish I would have gone up there and talk to because he was just you know I really enjoyed watching. He was you know he brought a lot to the sport. I love listening to all his little. One liners you know and and stuff but you know I was it. Just SORTA SHY and intimidated. Walk up to him and say I'm just wanted to meet you and and then do it. Well From there though the tables have turned a as you as you suggest you know some people th they see you and and they're intimidated and they shouldn't be either. Yeah and so when people had young trainers come up him trying to start out and so and I remember that I said well. Yeah Good luck to you and and just a any words of wisdom. I said Yeah you better be ready to work seven days a week and just live live. Live and breathe it. That's all if you want to be successful you.

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Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

11:07 min | 2 years ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"I can't believe I used to give the quarter horse jockeys instructions. I mean just held on. Don't fall off what you'd go back to the the the transition and starting to get your hands on thoroughbreds and what did you find that you ended up needing to learn and what surprised you about thoroughbreds that that you didn't expect well I mean they're you know they have to train basically every day or quarterhorse once you get fit. You don't have to do to keep them fed. Welcome you Gals Alpha. Maybe every other day little easy heathen sharp heating sound gotta keep them really. Sounds corridors. Is You have to keep them very very SAM. Because if they're not if they're if they're something's bugging them they won't break and if they don't break it's over it's over it's over so you have to really keep them really healthy in a thoroughbred you know you have to track them every day. And then there's the handicap you have to handicap your horse distances as you know that was the hardest part. Is You sprinter. Does he wanted to go along. Does he wanted to do this. And that so you know it took me. I'm I'm still learning. I'm still learning to this day and But one of these days I'm going to figure it out completely but I'm not there yet but seems like a pretty close one of those things where it was just traveling there. I never worked for anybody if I could have gone to work for. Somebody would've jumped jump. Start of my So I I just started on my own and it was just listening to people but it may have also so it. The the the flip side of that is you basically were a blank slate. As opposed to having somebody who's WHO's angle on on horses says colors your approach and stamps your approach you basically were a blank slate and you started to add the information. How long did it take you due to begin to understand the physical differences you know in terms of in terms of stride length of body the way a thoroughbred grows and changes as they age? Well I mean to me I think what brought into is I. I had a lot of good luck. Mind my own quarter horses and so I went to the sales. I remember the first time I thought. Wow Man I saw the beautiful ones and I I see a pretty one you know and follow them up there and I had the budget twenty thousand for how many for one okay for one. All right I'd go up there at thing would bring three or four hundred thousand. This is crazy. These these people are crazy thinking about you know something like back in for twenty thousand a great quarterhorse so this went on for three days. Just I was getting so book one book two but to finally I think we got to about book three. I see this big Grey Long Body Beautiful Stout Horse uh-huh and I remember this. There was a guy they used to be in the quarter horse. He was my engine Afar mayor and he looks at me. Says Hey baffert those. Those aren't the type you want. It's a dude I have. I'm sticking with what I like. And before that I went to I went to to Claiborne claiborne farms. And I want to look at all the stallions to see. Get an idea. I saw secretary at I wanted to see him and he uses big shoulder his neck big deep heart girth but he didn't have much of a hind really really and I really like. Wow you know. It's not really expect it. No I saw spectacular bid. He's a nice looking but light. Really light bone beautiful. It's confirmation long neck bone and then I liked the Jansky the second I don't like him at all. He was to therapy for me as I used to say to light and then I saw Mr Prospector. Look pretty good. But he's a little bit. You know upright shoulder little straight or something. I remember he was all right but the horse they brought out that I love is dancing handzic when they brought him out. That's me right there. So that's what I that I stuck to so so all of a sudden I see great horse and I and he's beautiful. I follow them up the head this guy with me this quarter horse owner and was sitting there and we start bidding. We'll get up to twenty and somebody hits them at twenty. Want to come on. Dude you gotta hit them known twenties. It's all I'll go. I said come on. Hit Him at twenty one he's at you'll hit twenty two and he says you know what I said if you love them so much you have a lot of big other owners want you buying for them so when he said that he sort of got me like uh mad. Yeah so I hit him right so I hit him again. Twenty five twenty six probably twenty nine so I was like Ah I hit him at thirty and hit thirty Steve. I said please somebody hit him please. I you didn't want it at that point. I don't know how many who am I going to sell this horse. I'm I'm I'm scared. Funny Thirty thirty thirty soul right there and all man they brought the pat over you got to fill it out. I feel that thing. Hang out. Put my address you know name with the firstborn everything I filled out the whole thing and I'm shaking my shaking. I write my name get up right away I gotta go get a better look at this horse more. I'm walking out. I'm going by there and I see that. Same guys back nieces BAFFERT. Don't tell Um you bought that horse. I said Yeah I got him he said so I go down there and I'm looking at him and there was a guy from. He was trainer from CORREDOR. Strange from Texas there was there waiting at the barn. I run into him. Hey what are you doing your odds waiting to see. They've bought this horseback and I'm going to see an offer him something so I go take it. Can I see the grey horse out here. Please just sold. He said Oh. You're looking at him too. I says I bought them. Wow he said it. Was Ben Walden that I bought them for him and he goes I. Oh he told me he's going to bring sixty thousand so I didn't bid on him. I've gone for thirty and I'll tell you what I don't have a buyer for him but if you give me a thousand dollars I'll give you the ticket. I told him and he says No. It's okay so so then I got now. And then all of a sudden I started getting paged Bob Baffert. Please come to the to the main office so I go up there and I go. Excuse me I've just got paid like Sir. You just bought a purchase a horse and you don't have credit here. Well I'm here. I'M A my name. Is Bob Baffert. I'M A victoires train. We don't care we need you need. We need to call they. Luckily I took a check with me always had carried a check with me all right all right. All right you check right now says we'll sir we have to call your bank. Make sure this check. I barely had enough money to cover it. It's like thirty two thousand. Oh that's great. They put they put a stop on that. They they grab that money right there so this is nice. And then I I call I. Call all Heller Nhar and I made a mistake. He was he didn't answer and I talked to his wife. I said I bought this. Fourth of thirty thousand even should have just waited so by the time I call them back. That's what the payphone had to get on the pay phone and so then I called back. You know he tells me later later finally I I call them back. You Know I. It's it's just too it's too much. I can't do it now this stuff if I wanted to talk to him. Yeah she she you know she already. The fix was at the fix. Should I made a mistake. And so So I'm coming back and arty already Hubbard. He'd give me a ride his plane from Los Alamos and he's going back so I says when I go back I'll go back with you. I was on. This is a profit if it deal for me. I was on a super low budget. So he's and he goes. He Goes Maverick. Did you buy anything thing. I said matter of fact I did have an owner. I said we're GONNA take half off half of it already. Paid for them. I had to pay for them right away. But I got you know might get a took all my savings out of that thing and so And he looks at the pedigree and bring the pedigree he's bice loopy Out of hatchet-man mayor in so. But you know it's funny. I told Jimmy bail after I bought them. I went to John Bell Farm. I hadn't seen Jimmy Bell in fifteen years since since since you've ain't yeah so I said you buy anything. Yes matter of fact I did and I opened up my wallet and I had the page folded up in my wallet. I bought this horse right here. He says wow while he says we stand sloop. He's right here really. I said and he wasn't doing that. Well you know no kidding. I told WOW and marries him. I didn't even. I didn't even notice the pedigree I didn't even look for pedigree didn't mean it was the body the physical. It's a hatchet man. I'll be when we were going to school. My we got radios member. Sure sure well I was. I was I was went to his house and he had a blood horse on his table and there was a horse. Called Hatchet man was on the cover. I said you know what that's going to be my CB handle hatchet man and into this day. Jimmy bill he calls match it a hatchet. What's going on? It's great so I go. He's out of the hatchet man mirror and sloop his. This horse force has to be a runner. I'm telling you I believe in that stuff and sure enough. It was thirty sloughs. British unbelievable got him. I'm home I I I I sent him right to Los Alameda then telling me and I cut him up with my quarter horse owners and I kept the peace and Mike take a piece and we win the Breeders Cup sprint with him. That's unbelievable unbelievable. What am I yelled at him immediately? You know so uh what horse but you know what he taught me a lot. I mean he was a really good horse and I wasn't really ready for a horse like that and I almost throwing them. He was trying to put them on the Derby trail there and all that stuff but he was a he was a really good sprinter. Big Beautiful Horse and and you say that you weren't ready quote unquote and there. There is a there from him. There is a little bit of a lag. Before you start to you start to you really sent out a sequence of top horses classic horses and every other kind of stay course Bob Louis in the year before that I went to the Breeders Cup. I took Soviets adjourned Charlie's Churchill. And she was she was she was tailing off on me. And I didn't know what I was. You know what I I look back..

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

11:23 min | 2 years ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"I have honored. I'm part of the. I was inducted into the Hispanic Hall of fame here. How about that? That's an honor right there so remember for that so You're breathing my air right now. Steve That's throw that's through And of course So you know it's funny because there's I'm I'm sure by now. Most people know and remember the connection midnight lute with Lute Olson and so much of of The course Horsey your career Bob Baffert with by the way if you don't recognize the voice. I see such a terrific place and of course the program you were you were one of the you know the first third of of the programs alums and what even brought you here. How did you even know there was an opportunity and as opposed to just going going out onto a racetrack and starting out the way a lot of people do well? I grew up an hour from here. Nogales on the border and so All my siblings we all went to. Am because this is where you win. You didn't have a choice. We didn't have a choice to go anywhere. Nobody was going to tempe. No nobody but we don't like them as he. It was too far away anyway so we came here and so I just I. I promised my mother I was well. I wanted to be jockey that was my but I promised my mother that I would Graduated from college and so Because you know she was She was a teacher for many years. And the principal. So she's really you know. Education is very important and and you know in those days you know you you raise your child you make sure they graduate from college and then you a a kick him loose and let them on their way and So I I came. Here is the only school and when I came here they just. I was just going and get a bachelor's degree in something and is racing program came to live. I thought wow what a get some pretty easy courses. This is here. Have a shot of passing. You know so but it was really interesting and I met a lot of good friends. You know I'm I'm at Jimmy. Bell has John Bell Farm and we became really good friends and But it was my best ears. We're here in college. I had a blast. I wasn't a fraternity. I I did everything you know. We would vantage ev the whole thing and so And then my friends started graduate. I I've got to get serious here and And and then as soon as I graduated then I just still. I've gravitated back to the horses. My father had a couple. Of course we raised and so I was listen with them and then finally I just became a A jockey I wanted to go back to writing and so I was just too big and and when I went back home I took about a year off so it became a substitute teacher in Gallus. Isn't that right if you have a degree. You can get a substitute teacher. So I was making was making like forty bucks a day. They'd call me up at six in the morning and we need you. I mean they need substitute. There was many people as basically babysitting sitting for the first grade. Third High School. I did it all and then they stuck me in junior high because his teacher had had a nervous breakdown in sixth grade so I had to take over his history course for the rest this. We're talking about in November. So I did the whole year and about that so I had a really had I had to learn about history really quick and so I taught history and And I decided I do not want to be a teacher me patients and so I I want to get back out there in the you know you. No I was just gravitated right back to the horses and then I got a job at this guy. Gave me a job on a on a little training. Not a little farm in Prescott Arizona for the summer and he decided to get a horse and he's able to run a horse and and so I bought it from Los Alameda. Bought from Bobby Dare The jockey I called him up I want to buy a horse. We bought a horse for seventeen thousand run at Prescott downs for this. Pete Sam's that lives in Phoenix and he had a little five Acre farm with three Broodmare four-year lanes that I broke for them. And so I said Bobby I said I'll buy the horrors but you have to come right at Prescott down president down a little little tiny very dangerous race jags. He said he would and he came in and wrote the trials and we ran second in the fraternity and and then all of a sudden. I thought man this is pretty cool. Then we ran another race and there was some trainers that got in trouble. They had some drug positives. Some big trainers and a couple of trainers in so They had a lot of good horses. Nobody knew where to go. So one of the owners called me up and said This Guy Ray says hey bob I got twenty nine. They had nice horses he goes. Would you take these horses and I go. Oh how those are. You're in business. I'm business so I said I took those. And then that's when I started up nineteen eighty then I won my first stakes win in November of nineteen eighty and And it just it. Just it was like snowballed into that and then I got more owners and next thing you know I I went. I had start out with about and I remember when I started. I didn't really have a lot of cash on me so I went to my grandmother. I said I need borrow a thousand dollars from you. She says for what she says. I need to buy buckets and by Buck Equipment and sure you attacked for about eight horses sources. I was GONNA like ten horses whatever it was and she's in I'll pay you back. Forty five days he says none of you. Children have ever paid me back. I swear where do you I'm GonNa pay back and I'm going to give you interest sure enough. I paid her back. I'm the only one ever paid her back. And the favorite your favorite grandson interest my it. It was my dad's a mother and and so she got me. She got me going and She'd always ask me how much you GonNa make. I think I can make. She'd always say napped. And I said that was word then you know and so that's how I got going in pretty soon. I was started. I hit the ground running. started winning in And then all of a sudden we got all these good horses and only trade for my dad or a few horses just our home breads. He was holding. Let me back Steve. Once I got better horses then I started winning and I really got more confidence. And that's what you know and next thing you know. I had forty forty horses barn. We were rolling. I mean we weren't running for very much money New Mexico and Arizona Arizona era all winner her weekends all winter and then I would or the pots like three hundred dollars. But the Fraternities Were Ten fifteen twenty chore because Everybody's Paying In yes so if you win the fraternity make a thousand dollars ten thousand of the winter and and that's the excitement but you know in those days you know it wasn't you know we'd win a race or whatever but just the excitement site -ment you know and and so So we'd go here and then we hit the fares they'll fraternities on the fierce annoy where I grew up the Snyder for charity. And then we'd go to Prescott Prescott Arizona and then after Prescott we'd hit the Fares Kingman Arizona. We hit that place. And then we go to Holbrook Arizona so it was sort of fund that go to the jury weekends and we used to run a Douglas Arizona. It was weird tracked down there. The the surface was grinding from the minds. A compromise was weird like weird surface like almost like not gravel but it just a like a green colored Wow Yeah it was really really weird. Light Green Light from Verdigris that that from the aging if it was copper it must've ate it must've from elements it would turn green. He was something man. It was the weirdest distract. I remember in Douglas Douglas. I don't think they don't run their anymore but I'll never forget that surface. It was weird and it wasn't like crazy. He was just like they're they're grindings of something. You know I remember that really well and then Then we start back at relate. Oh Oh and Broke all the records air and everything but it was fun. It was a lot of fun and one thing about it never complained about the track too hard or too fast. I was just a couple of months sometime. Big Old dirt clods in it. We never complained about. Never we never complained about any track that we went to. You just went and you're the one we ran and we were happy to be there. When did when did the transition start to come and opportunities to go to Los Alan Alan and hit the the bigger quart circuit? Well that was against Moore's from Los Alamos because at the time that's when there was an overabundance of of horses at Los Alamitos he does and it was hard to get a three zero maintenance telling me that they had so many horse lower so a lot of trainers would send their horses to meet Relief Co to to break their main so they get a stall at Los Alameda so I was getting all these well-bred Dash for cash all these royal bred horses. That really weren't that good so they'd send them to me like blades. Fauna Velvet. Send me some eager owned by big time owners like the vast brothers from Houston and in you know really well bred horses and had easyjet's all these you know they weren't that great but but I did train for ruling Admin. I took over for him and he ran the track and he had a lot of good horses. What as as that is happening and we'll talk about you? Know moving the thoroughbreds as part of it. But what about training quarters and working with with quarters what did you learn. And what or is it. A commonality between between the breeds between quarters and thoroughbreds and even standard breads. I suppose that is is universal. But what kind of things did you take with you. And they still rely on that. You learn from your from early horsemanship experiences I I think a lot of it was my first start. I used to break all my own horses and You learn how to point horse for race because in quarter horses you you WANNA want to get him to run the trials and there's like you know we'll be you know fifty sixty horses trying to get an Arizona trying to get Eight spots eight horse gate. I think it's eight released over ten. I forget what it was. I think it was eight and so so Because the tractor so narrow and so you wanna run in the trials. You don't want him to qualify run fast enough but not really just completely. Just there's nothing left Simpson left and Solid trained that the really good ones the ones. I really knew that could really run. I just sort of getting through there. And they qualify. They qualify vice six seven eight. You know they could do it on your own on their own accord but.

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Heart I thought are tuning portion of it helped modify what what the situation would be and where things were going to go from from here and so we'll watch I I how things proceed. You know you told me about you being here sometimes. Sometimes you're in this urine. Everybody is saying don't have time to reach out and See what's going on in the real world you show me. That story. Yesterday was very. I was very surprised by Peter Sir. Peter does a good job with horses. He takes care of him. He's got great help and for him. To recommend the horse be retired and Basically be overruled is interesting interesting so anyway today we as we as we head into the last part of the of the of the seminar the last day as you mentioned that I think the the most attended session will be the one that's on earlier this morning with with the little. Basically a couch session with Bob Baffert and Todd pletcher. Just discussing their their their lives here at at the University of Arizona and then continued. you know onto the race track and the success. They've had Training and and WHO. They've worked for how they've gotten where they where they banned so I think that starts at eight o'clock and then I'll go on till nine thirty. I think that'll that'll get people out of bed early. And continue on with some of the other segments we have today. We're GONNA talk to TO PETE WE'RE GONNA get a hold of foreign ital- and of course Pete and and Marshall and JK. Jonathan Kinchen and Pat. Cummings the Pete not here but The three of them pat and Marshall and Jonathan going to be in your session later today right and we all had. We went out for dinner and drinks last night just discussed some topics and and and where I know. I Know Jonathan Pretty Well and Pat. I've known I I really got to know Marshal Graham. What what a what a nice guy? What a good guy that he he has got to know him last night? Not only a a player said the other day one of the only few people can get away with calling himself and economists listen actually meaning and he's a professor at Rhodes College in Memphis teaches a class on economics and and frozen a little horse racing into the class. He's majority the Partner in in a stable ten strike ten strike stable and he told me that I said so. Oh how many horses are are in your in your care. How many horses do you have? He says about eighty yeah. WHOA so he has he his group? We've had his best year. He's he's they've had this year. He's had five stake winners over three million dollars in earnings employs eleven different trainers Summit fairgrounds air ground. Some are going to be at Oakland Park parks all over the place. So you know another guy that's invested heavily into the game and we're going to enter into some discussions of of you know the Horse Player and you know the people that put food on everybody's table that's here at the here at the symposium and sometimes forgotten sometimes. Yeah sometimes sometimes you know. Just just don't have enough say in the game and hopefully come up with a few things that information will help all horse players across the country and hopefully some operators will be there and these guys need to be sitting at the board the the board tables of of racetracks when decisions are made the wagering and some tracks are better at this than others and some have a better feel for it then others It It's a the ebb and flow of how certain you know certain organizations are operating. And it's funny too because some That that are bad at at seemingly certain areas might might be might be much better at at that at being in touch with the player. And so you know it's A. It's it's an ebb and flow. We're going to flow into first grade. We'll come right back and I want to talk a little bit about the the session. I that that I moderated rated and a few things that it will see Michael Dickinson later wants to sit in. I A Dickinson. At this point it seems to meet his overselling. That was my that was my my point yesterday with him but I thought the dirt conversation that we had with the Peterson Peterson and Glenn Kozak. Donna Allan Kuhn were was really I thought edifying couple era. One area came up that that has never been discussed. We'll come back after this apple with Steve Vic on Sirius. XM Radio Yeah. Hey.

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"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"bob baffert" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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