18 Burst results for "Bobby Frankel"

"bobby frankel" Discussed on Blinkers Off

Blinkers Off

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on Blinkers Off

"Winners. And was all for a lot. And I love to horse called Skurdal squirt in the Breeder's Cup sprint, and we used to have a rinsing show here in the Los Angeles area every. Day in Tuesday's. Handicapping show and with another handicapper. Loved A horse coming in from Europe for the Breeder's Cup sprint on there. And this had never been around turn. All of this sprints had been straight. On. So I mean to me it's not to say that that horse if he's that good runner couldn't win the Breeders Cup Sprint on the dirt at it could happen. But to me that's a horrid take a stance and let him beat me from the standpoint that he's got a double whammy never run on the Dirk and never run on turn. The. Horse I loved was trained by Bobby Frankel skurdal skirt and this was this is another thing that I players. To learn a lesson on in terms of what I did was squirrel skirt was you look through his past performances and you circled where he was at the six mark in all? His races and he ran in a flocks furlong races in his life and had had the lead at the six furlong. Point. But he would get beat in that last furlong. So to me, it was a big keyed hand that the Breeders Cup sprint, unlike the billionaire sprint. For longs that the Breeders Cup sprint is six furlongs and his record went from good to basically outstanding and he had Jerry Bailey. Now he one hole. So the pressure was them to get away from the gateway. Well. That he was a pretty big price at day. Remember what he went off of it. He was not like a favorite or the second. He's pretty nice price and I absolutely, it'll net a despite the fact Frankel. Brewers Cup that's under those tunnel to mean that guy was too good of a trainer with two good horses to are not going to keep that guy being shut out of the Breeders Cup for his whole life and Skurdal's sport came through beautifully. As a single for being pick six your. Name. By the way I. Know that's what I kept thinking like I've never heard of this guy got to look them up now. Because of this name Of. Squirrel squirt okay. Thank, he was A. Sprinter and but he really blossomed for Frankel and but like I say what really cost him from winning even more racist than he did he was a true sex for long or shorter horse, not a seven furlong horse and so there were a number of seven for long sprints he lost. Along. That's yeah. Mean that that is that's a big key especially when you look at the sprint being two different distances for the for the males and the females I think that I think that's kind of why it's the theory. I. Have a lot of times. You see a longer price in Philly and they're spread and I think it's because that extra furlong when you get to seven, you get a lot of specialists. I think at seven furlongs where six is kind of more of your standard you know. Distance for sprinter so. John here's a question while we're on that why? Why did they make that race seven furlongs? Do you have any idea because it doesn't seem like a natural distance for the sprint I? Agree I idea might just to guess would be the. act. When they first started worried about getting.

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Shining. where the ground wasn't exactly ideal. Yeah I read I get this. Geldings to be honest and not allowing outings and Sassoon races because. Of course, I appreciate the breeding fling view and the future racing is dependent on having tops alliens to pass on their ability to feature generations. But if you'll can't be outing, they're surely not worth their top credentials that anyway and you want your cell into the best of the best, and if they can't beach regardless of whether or not, they're a gelding than simply. Aren't the best of the best. So by running them against each other, I think you can actually if anything you all such colts performances because they all then the undisputed champion Robin saying Oh he's just be in a mediocre bunch of Kotze and having that caveat but the heads bill my so I understand not why they do it here and we're very traditional post but. You know I I don't think it hinders by any means by having geldings championing these races. And, yes say taking on if these codes are taking on some of these top level forming geldings beating them then. I think only through separate NGO because I mean yeah. What what kind of style would you really want? Is Getting overturned by those types of society time again now to me, that just tells bree defeats the object. I'm young but I remember in great detail. The late Bobby Frankel training or worse called empire maker. For the Kentucky Derby he was a red hot favourite and he was beaten by gelding cold funny side. Who then went on and bolted up in the preakness and the American media were all over it it's great to see. I, think we underestimate just how much the American media do give attention to US racing,.

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"The Stewart! Yeah that's what does. Getting to the gate Oh. What was was very difficult to get her to the gate. We we sort of made a mistake with her. And we took her pass the gap. On the tracks and it's just a good. Standing there for four minutes. Then it was time to go to the gate, and she said no I. Don't think I'm going to go to the gate today's. The phony voice so. It took us a while to get her motivated to go to the gate. But you know after she After. She got in the gate. And and during the race, Mike was really happy with her because. We wanted her to come from off the pace She's not good when she goes to the lead, so it was worked out really well. Maybe we got you got a little farther back Danny. Wanted. To made a nice run at the end, and I think she's a really nice silly. excited. Fear run to well. Well and the Philly and mayor. The whole staff division. John is exciting I. Mean it it. It feels like every week. We're getting another. added and. We'll look forward. I suppose Clement Hirsch For, her. Yeah Yeah Yeah Nice and I want to ask you. Go ahead. No, you go ahead. I'm going to come back because I. I got a I've got a different horse. Ask about, but follow up Going to say hard not to love look so good after A. and when? Once he does that. It's not like she's nervous or anxious at all. She's has a little bit of a stubborn streak tour so. We're just working on getting her to respond a little bit better regard. Nice. the the way you described that too it. It reminds me of the way. Bobby Frankel used to talk about honest lady and all the. All the all the that whole family that just sometimes they've got you know. Sometimes they're smarter than than some of their stablemates. They've they've got a lot more going on upstairs. VERY SMART! Then they you know they they. They like to have things you know they. They get bored and you know they. They get out of that stall. They you know there's things that They've got some things on their minds. Sometimes I gotta ask you. Speaking of history. got You've got to why God maiden winner that worked yesterday and broke the maiden on that that was last weekend. John the zest for the why gods they had a huge weekend. The why gods they, two winners with cliffs, size and zest with you. This is the tap it philly out of life is sweet. No not for me. That was very special because the riot. Life Tweet, so you know I few..

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"The owners and we decided to claim for forty. Never thinking that you would turn out to be what he is. been in like five different barnes and You know he was really doing well down there in San Louis Ray. I just leave him there with the lay assistant. Were the most so you know. He worked for Bobby Frankel for thirty five years. So you know he kinda knows what and Yeah he's he was always in New York with bobby he's A. He's a good horseman and They have a very good crew down there. I have a Lotta winter's coming out that track especially on grass But no the difference was the ride. I think you know Johnny. We saved all the ground you cut the corner and and Horses been knocking on the door. He's been running right there he just hasn't had the trip and the other day trip and it was a really really really good thing for the owner. I mean she's been battling cancer for years now and She was telling me that it was the first day that she had to wear her hat now. So that happened. And she's been you know going to you know Asian and this smaller owner but very very very much Loves the game and this is a real big win for her. Let's let's tremendous. That's business. Is that Mississippi Athenian. Yeah so it was a good win for her in Bruce stands and you know you never think you're.

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Remembering Trainer Bobby Frankel

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:53 min | 1 year ago

Remembering Trainer Bobby Frankel

"Who had a chance to to meet late probably frankly he had a very rough exterior but he absolutely the teddy bear description I if you bobby liked you it was probably nothing he wouldn't do for you but you Kinda had to break through the the crushed on the top I but he had a heart gold and he sincerely loved his animals and the he absolutely loved the people that work for them there were people that were bobby Franco who you know basically stayed there forever because bobby was sold warrior was on employees and took care of them that they had no reason to want to leave he was just a superb horseman super person and I was very happy to get to know Bobby Frankel on real positive basis absolutely another one and I got the same I've got the same story and I had the advantage of Siaka introducing US and and Lula's narrow and there there were a bunch of people the dotty and Gordo here there were I already had had a relationship with a lot of people that he was very close to so it was easy to have an entree that way but you know he's another and and I you know we had conversations on the air but I would also call Frankel off the air ask him for insights and you know on topics that were a lot of a lot of cases a topics that you know I I was grappling with understanding about you know about the game or or you know trying to formulate opinions medication issues and so forth and you didn't have to worry that that Bobby Frankel wasn't going to give you the you know that he wasn't gonNA shoot from the APP going to give you the gut reaction level the best the best story ever I wish it's too bad that asking is traveling we we were sitting we were having there was a big group dinner I bring this up with ask it every chance a group dinner at the Novi and still Sergio's at the time the Louis Louise at one end of the abol the Angel Cordero was there and they were all there's a whole by those big mix of people and Steve and Joan and and bobby and I can't remember Frankel was sitting across from or next to me I think across from me I think casket was next to me and we were talking we were talking about the election about the election and this would have been this would have been something with with Rob Haskins comes out with how he's voting for Romney and Franken Frankel looked at it said you gotta be the worst it's W. I'll never if people would be surprised but maybe but Frankel was was very very liberal and progressive and I don't ever ever forget that the world's top is Joe for that more I was the greatest great story I I was excited to see that site of bobby as far as politics concerned but it's really interesting to hear too

"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"That's well the best story the best story on that is the one with the one with Joe Torry and Lula's narrow and Bobby Frankel. <hes> wanted just to make that's true. That's true that's true. He he had already he had already accomplished some things that's one of the funniest stories ever because often kept calling and bobby was just indecisive and they thought they thought that bobby was playing them and trying to get more money. He just didn't know if he wanted to sell it or not right yeah yeah. It got so high that he had to say yes. That's what he told me. He told me the same story said. I didn't really want to sell it but then the partners too much money to settle yeah at a certain the point I think is that I want to say back <hes> back my backyard <hes>. Oh Oh my God oh my God. I don't remember which one it was that it <hes> goodness sakes anyway the way that <hes> that was a lot of money. I think somewhere around fifteen wasn't it yeah it was it was something that was divisible by three. I'll tell you because that way because I want to say twelve million because because they kept it simple math didn't want to have to put a lot of funny numbers on the check. Well this so you know it's funny because our friend John in New York longtime listener and caller John sent me the reminder when the when the entry came in and he said you know that horse that Dale loves is back in on Saturday <hes> I mean you whenever a Horse wins like this Bellamy Road and Kirwin for for for Helen Pitts that day when a horse wins like this you just you don't expect that no I'm GonNa be honest but this when I walked down out of the winter circle I was still shake and I felt like that after a race in a long long time I mean Hearing v off the track record. How many two year olds would ever do that ninety seven number <hes> <hes>? which are you know how much I love numbers? Go my way <hes> and it was just an incredible feeling down. There goes those people that's up on backside. They were all happy excited about him around race and there was a that was a great day Saturday when we go Chicago winless thanked up there. I told everybody that you won the Springfield wingfield with Daboh who ran a huge race at temple city and our our friend our friend Joe Valenti the WHO you probably know and <hes> the equine and Joe reminds me vineyard haven vineyard haven hey that's vineyard haven event and people that love the game and they're they're all they're all tied on or they're getting getting tight on. What did you do. Where do you go from here with this source <hes>. I don't know there's so many options. We're going to sit down and talk about the socks. It would be helpful. Breath Security Breeders Cup or Iroquois Breeders Cup and a lot of it depends is on how many races you want this year going into next year and <hes> you know. Is it real important to get a great one on his on his resume right now <hes>. I don't know what goes down just talk about. We've got a measure. How many race is going to have. How do you want to race for the FA charity and come back for your stuff quick? You want to give him more time now. Also huge numbers Iroquois Breeders Cup with better spacing but then you don't have the hopeful on your resume <hes> stallion prospects. There's just a lot to talk about. You Know Dad's a grand three thousand ever inspect okay. I'm I'm leaning towards myself but it'd be up to help out in iroquois straight to Breeders Cup..

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"To you from our Jimmy Johns it's of Lexington Broadcast Studios and joined now by the man himself Mr Joe Talamo who flew all night long to get to Monmouth Park. You arrive there about five thirty this morning and he is with us now here on H.. R. N. Joe First of all thanks for taking the time time and I don't know how you do it my friend. I hope you could sleep on a plane my pleasure thanks for having me yeah. Actually me and Mike Smith both flew together but we <hes> we both slept pretty good on there so that helps you know I was thinking back to the first time that you joined us on this program Graham and I can't remember if it was two thousand seven. Maybe that kind of sounds right when we stopped by the fairgrounds for the Louisiana Derby and you were there as a kid yeah back seventeen. You're still a college. You're writing for Bobby Frankel that I was seventeen seven. You're very fortunate to be able to ride for Bobby Frankel when you were an apprentice because everybody that ever did that turned out to be an excellent writer in your no exception to that rule off. I fell in love with that day and I still love you all thank you know he and he was a real big part of me coming out to California if it wasn't for him <hes> I'm not sure where I'd be Ryan but he was definitely one that steering me out here. Come such a long way since that first interview with us all those years ago and you're still at the top of your game you've won nearly two thousand races in your career countless graded stakes and looking to add the Haskell to that list later today. Tell us it's about mutual Gustav <hes> he he's really training unbelievable <hes> and as you said earlier I mean he's got five wins the second and third I mean he's just Israeli model of consistency <hes> you can do anything with them. I mean he's such a quick or something gates or right away. You put in the race on his quick enough to go to the League but but he can definitely said off. He's actually better if he can. <hes> have a little target in front of it so many times he just brakes quickey. He naturally ends up in front. <hes> so it's GonNa be interested in the first sixteenth of a mile relay because really the four horses inside on the anyone could show speeding and obviously maximum security is really quick course so it's interesting who commenced who doesn't on the I sixteen to rate them mile. How long does it take you to know what your strategy is going to be? When you come out of that starting gate I mean it really depends what would the different type of hoist arrived but but with him I mean like I said he's one he? He's on pretty good gate horse <hes> so you don't WanNa take that away from you definitely <hes> when the break good insecure position and then Kinda Kinda see what everyone else..

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"That doesn't happen but I do enjoy myself the entire even on working. I'm busy. I love it and <hes> some days you're tired you might be tired physically but you're not tired of the meat or or the job. It's you know what I love to do. And <hes> you know I wish we raised here all year round and be great but <hes> so I soak it all in and <hes> and I take time to really catch up with people I I don't get to see other times of the year. That's my favorite part of the meat and <hes> you know it's just it's just really fun especially if you're winning. It's AH kind of I've noticed this. I don't know you all that well. We've done a few interviews together and stuff but I mean I have never seen. you smile more than you have this year. It seems like you're really enjoying your job this year. You're really having a good time. At is that true yeah I <hes> I guess I mean I feel like I smile i. I'm very focused person and I guess everyone wears a different face when they're focused <hes> for me. They'd have a little bit of a serious. Look on my face or something but I I love what I'm doing and generally happy person <hes>. I'm lucky so <hes> but you know you can't always judge my house facial l. especially how they feel and I'm been happy what I'm doing for a long time. I thought it was because you spend all the time with me and Andy at noma. Now that will put a smile on my yeah. I was GONNA say as you say I'd hang out in the backyard for you but <hes> with what they're definitely I can't. I'm not incognito at any point in life. Can I go incognito. <hes> all right. Let's get to it a race like Diana <hes> part of the fabric of here at Saratoga. You're you're a kid growing up. You're thinking about <hes> becoming a horse trainer. You ever think you're going to win four of these now now. Is it really amazing pinch myself that I've won one of them so <hes> but you know it's it's a race really point towards especially having a strong barn full of phillies mayors on the turf. It's just one of the most prestigious races to win <hes> for Turf Mare and <hes> I know my mentor Bobby Frankel loved this race. He's got a handful of races that were favorites. This is definitely one of and to have a lot of success in this race like him. <hes> you know it makes me feel good. You feel like you know time. Well spent working with him. You've won it four different Phillies Zagora back in twenty eleven your first win and then you've rattled off the last three the sita in one of the most thrilling horse races I've ever seen eight of them hit the wire together within a length and a half of each other <hes> two years ago with the incomparably the Eli last year with Sister Charlie and now I guess we start the conversation with sister Charlie four different grade ones last year four four different distances eclipse award for all.

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Kentucky bobby frankel division old friends and saratoga i know they'll be glad to see poodle frenzy blind dot org or call us at five oh two eight six three seventy seven five get started in kentucky over eight million dollars in additional money is available at the five kentucky tracks were horses eligible with the kentucky thoroughbred development fund kentucky tuckey is a good place to raise your kentucky bread come home to kentucky and make a stock ville dot com is a cost effective chinese sending these lenders were able to generate electronic vendors who could pay horse bills dot com bridge is in the house working ministers are easy inside have arcane take over your bookkeeping endurable doing michelle obama people should check out our video tutorial on the horse to get started today for free or spills dot com don't free number eight eight eight three four four free were back coming up on just about the bottom of the hour an nypd walk is tied up and so will get the knicks tomorrow i apologize and that brings us instead to jimmy jerkins an jimmy what's on my list even before saturday a because holy halina with a very nice win goes back up to woodbine at the site of success of course the the queen's plate an wins the dance smartly so we gotta talk about that and then of course on saturday preservationists who centennial and jimmy have waited for patiently to get over some barking dogs a feet problems no no no wars jimmy and a obviously when you have those you got a hell of a horse congratulations on another suburban win yeah thanks yeah they they really finally got find got some continuity in his training and racing where he could really showing to show what he could really do you know you see horses like this and it clearly it's a it's a testament to the don little junior and and you and your team you know just biding you're time not getting frustrated you know beyond beyond the you know the usual kick the cat frustrations but it you explain to everybody what goes on an and how you how you you look at at a horse like this and the give and take between you and donen and you know giving him time and how much time he spends friends at the racetrack how much time dizzy spend you know turned out an you know these the ferrier's in the in the specialists that that work with a horse like this well you know it but that that's what it comes down to whether you're able to tolerate that much just put that much time in i mean he was very expensive this four and eighty five thousand any showed an enormous amount of ability is female family is is just incredible goes back in the good old king ranch family a plus arch you know we all know how good this guy in march was so just one of those deals where you just you know you just you just had the stick it out you know for obvious reasons a on you know financially it gets it gets hard after all that much time but you know if everybody everybody just decided to just write this out again you know when a bank fully finally finally cut coming to fruition and really.

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"All the years and and you know all the success of bobby frankel had you know it really just the one big dirt performer in an empire maker when you're thinking isn't mass but it particularly empire maker i have you know see these sort of reset that they did and a it it it just speaks to you know the the way in which they operation is is managed and now they have a situation where with these two seemingly i wouldn't say locked in a four derby but knocking on the door and you tacitus so this could the with the points that that he sustained on the on saturday he's he could absolutely go in but a dome not talking about one more one more prep a have hair and here we have the opportunity to visit with garin work i was kind of a tap dancing gary congratulations the euan belt thank you very much say and then i was i was talking a little about era gates emergence and when we when we talked about era gate and everything that happened with him then have these three year olds it it just it it seems like a like a whole do chapter sir john monotone it's fascinating really well at nc you know it's not totally by chance seven we obviously cd opportunity see to look to win the big prize is a witch george sources and we had a lot of having these but i think were more souza's to turf racing then then to dark tracing but we did have some of those original and pedigrees from the roof mares this prince khalid box you know going back thirty years the word dark comedy senate think having and used tarsus like an empire maker and onions a first offense both of you know they're the broodmare sars so both of these horses this year and then adding some more church the pedigree cyrus is.

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Now fifteen back. It's a pretty tough maiden race in July at Delaware. Yeah. Very much so talking with trainer. Greg Sacco on trainer talk. Presented by phase. It Tipton on the horse racing radio network, gray, we talk about all of the different things that you have to do as a trainer to get a horse to the races. And, and then when you get them there, everything else to go, right? What qualities are what things make for a good horse trainer. While I think get, you know, you have to have patience and, you know, when you went to back off your horses, and you have to train, your worse is individually as opposed to just the same routine, a lot of is basic if ever good feed-in program, you have to know your worse. It's you know, you have to, you know, there's times when you don't have something scheduled, and I'll back off of it. This what and maybe look a little light to me that day or you know, worse is, of course, you have to have a good staff working for you. You know, without a good staff were combined. You train a I don't think he'd get the first base if people that you'd be out on. And, and of course, then you have to have, you know, you place your wishes in, in the right the manage your heart becomes a big play. You know, you have to play show this correctly and, and for them to be competitive. I mean, that, that, that's you know, that's a big part of our, you know of our game to who's the greatest trainer. You've been around. You know, I think the best trainer that the guy that I admire the most, you know, from as probably Bobby Frankel. He is his horses. You know, they got better with age. And, you know he started out, I was a kid. I remember him claiming horses. And he's altered you know, successful claiming voices telling him at the state courses. So it's not like he was just, you know, got all those, you know, group went horses from Europe. You know, he earned that he was claiming training to be a great state course trainer. And then, you know his horses got better with a state in really. He nosedives. So I had a lot of respect for be, frankly, I think, was tremendous trainer, and I think it was part horse. He he was terrific for, for a kid that was, you know, born pretty much in the streets in New York. He had this uncanny natural horsemanship. I think it just animals in general. I mean if you saw the way he treated his dogs, and I mean you just. Animal person, you know. And, you know, I saw him when horses would get hurt you know, be be laying in the straw, next to the mix of the horse and in a talking to him. And I mean just just a very natural horsemen in his horses had careers as post meets. I mean it seems to me nowadays, a lot lot of trainers just you know, gear them up for this meter that meat or whatever. And then they disappear off the face of the earth, but, but Bobby sources were the same year in your out his his van lady, the vita Randall used to tell me, you know, I don't I don't need bobby's stall application. It's the same horses to go from track to track too. And you know, I think he always had them. I you might have had to places in LA. I don't know you know, more than that, you know, they were basically under one umbrella. Yeah. Pretty much. I mean, he, he stabled at Sandia meals always had a story at Hollywood park. So you know is between the two but he was almost always at the track where they race. He wasn't one of those guys that, you know, say, oh, I'm saying needs today when he was really at Hollywood. And, you know, back and forth, they go and, and they're neither joint. But I mean he was he was into his horses. And, and really, you know, knew everything about each one, for, for a guy that he didn't have that many. He wasn't in the three hundred class you know, probably eighty to a hundred. We had to be the right. Yeah..

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Me know. All right. Probably post God two strokes. Larry Glick WBZ. Okay. Now, Iran and say one thing. Yes. I know how the rules getting them and everything, but you know, when people are senior citizens. They make concessions. Category. Oh, yes. Go ahead. If you could give a certificate. I mean, a T shirt to every senior citizen over seventy five we'll get the ten mile swimming certificate. Good idea. Bobby Frankel, right? Anco? Yes. I saw him this weekend. Okay. Well, listen, you stay on the line. And I think Rick has a little something a little surprise for you. Okay. Okay. Talking to you one of my favorite people. Thank you Isabelle. Bye. Bye. Two five four five six seven eight. Hello kyle. You doing let me check not bad. Thank you. Cow. Keep talking. It's a talk show, Steven. Filled up with somebody talking. The Airways me filled up with someone talking. Oh, you don't give. If there's no doggy. We don't get paid. Very where are you called raceway right now? Oh, Foxborough, you jockey? Director. Oh, and we don't have jockeys down. Here. We have drivers drivers. Sorry. Sorry drivers. That's right publicity. Who wants Foxborough? Very hard question to answer at this point. Okay. To figure it out. Well, forget it. Collect my pay and show up every day. And I'm okay, right. Who were the last four owners four owner? Well, let's see. There was Eddie animal, then right? Right. Yeah. It's too. That's true. Drivers a a lot of drivers who cleans up down there. The drivers are the PR, man. Nobody really cleans up two days. As yet. Maintenance, man, do most of the cleaning up just kinda survive. Okay. Well. Because I.

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"No, no, no, kid, ever minded us. No day. But yeah, I I remember one winter. It was very similar to the winter. We just had the track was terrible every day and Bobby Frankel was either shed row in the horses or just walking them. And then when the track back to normal he galloped everything for like five or six days worked everything seven furlongs anyone fourteen races in two weeks time. It was incredible. And it was one of the greatest training feats I've ever seen, and it just goes to show how brilliant he was. But but yeah, I mean. You have to adjust the trainers main job is to make those adjustments along the way, and there are certain trainers that if they Markelle a work on their training chart that horses going to work in those those types of trainers are kind of falling by the wayside. That's way old. That's like one thousand nine hundred twenty s old school. You know, but but that's that's your job. It's tough to figure out when it safe, and and how to do it the best you can do it. And and you know, I trainers today. They they subscribe to that that type of training. Yeah. In my opinion is very important. I mean, they're they're all different night. They can't just try not the chart. I mean, there's very very few horses that can actually do that in come out on top. You know? And I mentioned that you've only saddled thirty seven starters to this point. Anyway, you you have the two victories from those thirty seven starters. But one of your first starters excellent sunset kind of gave you the highest high and the lowest low all in one race. Tell me about that. Oh, yeah. That that that was quite a disappointment. But at the same time, you know, it was very bittersweet. My I have a really really good team behind me. And we've we all worked very hard and for that accomplishment. Even though it was a difficult. Occasion was huge at the end of the day. It's it's horse racing. And unfortunately, that was the stuarts call, and but the Philly around awesome. And to know that even with that disqualification. We did we did get to the wire I and what what a big race to do that. Not only was it a disqualification, but it was a disqualification with what it would have been your first winner right in a stakes race. The Kathryn Crosby stakes at del mar. So that has to sting even a little bit more big time big time. And you know, he he came back for me here at Santa Anita..

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Well, and you know, you look at last year he was very close to the pace and at the turn back wintertime at the end here. I mean, he was he was with authority and in control. Yeah. And you know, the the wind times and the the horses the share the upsides and the horses that he's running against are always you know, what fast horses. So there may. Not be household names everywhere. But you can see what how does when he leaves here, you know, the the horse seats running against here or or or at Oklahoma or caliber horses. Well, and it it's also sustained him, you know, this pattern of development and getting him. You know started at this time of year. I it it obviously is paid dividends. And he was at his best that at h five. So here he is at eight six he's never been off the board at Oaklawn. And you know, we we've heard and we just know from watching as the season unfolds the three year olds and beyond the horses that start their their season at Oaklawn, they come. You know by the time, they move back toward Kentucky and wherever they're gonna head the middle middle American, Illinois and Minnesota and wherever else they're you know, they're in prime shape. It's one of those one of those facilities that over the years you've heard about I mean Hialeah. Famous that way fairgrounds. Bobby Frankel used to say he'd go to fair you take horses, of course, to fairgrounds the wasn't fit at the start the year. And then by the time, you left in March you had, you know, a fit and ready horse. I think Oakland really tries with their with their track. They have we have a track committee, and we meet once a week, and that's the horsemen getting together with the with the people that run the racetrack. And we tell them, you know, what what our ideas are if we think that it's it's this or that. And they they they actually work at it. And they work with keeping communication between the horsemen. So I think that's one of the reasons why the horses stay around for as long as they do. And and as we get closer toward this portion of the meat that's going to be extended. What's your what's your feel for how the how it's playing out in practice? We're always talking about how beautiful it is. When we're leaving, Oaklawn. And you know, we we say there's just too rainy and cold day or too rainy and cold times in hot springs, and that's one of them's for forty five days and the other one's for forty. But when we're leaving Oakland is beautiful. So everybody's pretty excited to think about what it's going to be for that last two weeks. The and I mentioned, of course, Arkansas derby day and and the racing festival the south. But in the meantime, we got a big weekend coming, and you know, there's a lot of people that have got horses for potentially these two rebels. Come on. Where's your where's your three or cabinet too late? For cabot. We're not ready yet. But I'm proud of the what we have is. You know, I was joking around with a with my buddy this year if they asked the jeopardy people who who won the nineteen rebel. They may be able to say, you know, to answer they may be Baffert. Both of them. What are you out of curiosity? What do you got any got any little little hints for people for the ones that are that are ones that are local? You know, I think there's some nice local horses. That's going to be you know, a little under bet. But I'm gonna say, you know, I like laughing FOX, I think he's a nice horse. And I think he's coming into the right time. You know, I think. There's there's two or three that's there. But I mean, you Baffert looks pretty imposed. Yeah. He doesn't what about frosted ice with you. You're considering weren't you? He's got a he's doing. Well, he weren't good..

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And I feel very very fortunate because I I think those New Orleans folks, really got really took the chef there with I mean that that was a horribly miscall and that that most likely the game right there, and it's gonna be the saints. Now, I will give the Rams credit when the door opened they capitalized. And we saw what happens if you don't have the best kickers with the Chicago Bears recently in the playoffs. And boy, this Rams kicker. Aegis drilled these long field goals. And I mean, the Rams deserve credit to go to New Orleans and come back after being down early in the game and win the game. But I feel very very lucky to have the Rams in the Super Bowl to have a chance for my future book that because I I honestly think that you know, without bad. Officiating? It would have been the New Orleans Saints in the super that's a shame. I mean when when a call, you know in an important game like that really affects the outcome. Like that to me. So and like you say, Steve, I people just talked about racing and how you know, we have the controversies with the stewards and so forth, but you would think that we could have a weekend of to football NFL games and not have much controversy. But there were sure plenty of controversial calls. We'll put it that way. And and I really chuckled. You know, you were talking about megahertz who is one of my favorites. I mean, she was a huge fan favorite here in southern California. I mean, people just loved her. And you know, it's not hard to understand. Why here's this little itty? Bitty them looked like she could take her to some little girl's birthday party for pony rides or something. And she. Would pack. This powerful stretch kick coming from way off the pace. And you know, she didn't put together any kind of a winning streak likes in yada. But she she and she wasn't didn't have obviously the big fan club that then yada head, but she had a pretty good southern California fan club. And it's nice to remember her with a race named in her honor. And it's nice to remember Bobby Frankel to quite honestly, because he's a guy that you know, I just loved being around. And he he was such a character and such a smart guy. I can't tell you how many times Bobby Frankel would tell me, you know, what I'm trying to get this Robbie obey run out here to California. And if he ever gets here, he's going to be the leading rider and by gosh, that's what would happen. I mean, Frankel was gruff and so forth. But boy he was. On target so often. I mean, he he was so sharp, and I just really admired the guy quite a bit and really got along with them pretty well and really miss him. I mean, I miss Charlie Wittingham last Barreira a lot to those three or three of the biggies that I really really miss. But that it hurts boy she was something special. Did you see the video that I the link I put up earlier now, I have not seen that. You're just listening to you describe it is kinda fun while you're in it. I mean, you're you'll your featured. Oh, you're kidding. I didn't know that. Oh, what you didn't see the picture yet that I if you log on Twitter after the show, there's a there's a funny picture of you. I snapped it off of this great. Well, you'll see why though it's it it. It just so happens is I tried to capture it that. You'll see Alex Elise has got his. The sleep of his jacket over his over his eyes. It's kind of funny. You'll see why it's great. But you look great. And it was after the I'm gonna say. It's got highlights this videos got it's a twelve minute feature. At basically, it's called the story of megahertz. There's really no there's really no major voiceover..

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Now nice enough to join us taking some time out of a busy morning. The newest member of the two thousand wind club Lewis is Louie Anthony, Judy on the coin form, thanks for some time this morning. And of course, congratulations. Thank you so much. Thank you into. You want to keep that says? And so yesterday you had a smile on your face from from year to year to tell us what it was like to win number two thousand yesterday. Yeah. You know, it was. That was a, you know, our work. We was you know, working pretty hard elevate. And try to you know, we my much much. We can they and all you know, the best thing. Guy. You know, we we have we had and we. And we gotta keep working hard. Yeah. No question. Did the the pressure didn't seem to get to you. See guys getting close to a milestone, and man they they they can't win a race. And it starts to weigh on. But you just seem to like go bull your way right through. It. Was it like that for you? You know, I I always be like. Kinda and I don't think the March because when you. Worry too much. Thank you know, you can't do it. So that's what I feel. So I you know to be normally, and and they happen. You know? Yeah. That's the best way. I think just just go back to your day. Like, you always do because you you're tremendously successful. I think. The late Bobby Frankel if he still was was alive and training. He would use you all the time. You would be his favorite jockey. I think because of the way that you ride your, and you know, where you are in the race track. All the time. Do you do a lot of preparation? Yeah. You. Yeah. You know? I I worked what column my house? I. Before the Rangers. I like through like, you know, the replay either hor- how how is the best way to you know, who who get into raising. And and yeah, and sometime world, you know, and sometimes it's not like we want. But but. You know, I feel so proud of the forces to you know, who what when we knew Ray, you know, something very special. The form a lot Louis. Yeah. Yeah. We the phone a lot. Yeah. I always tell people I think, I don't know you that. Well that way. But I always tell people you probably gonna make good handicap. But when you retire one day a long time from now. Yeah. Hope. We never know. This is going to be your fourth consecutive year with over two hundred wins you came up to New York fulltime in two thousand thirteen I can't believe you've been here on a on a regular basis now for five years, isn't that five years right around a thousand of those wins doesn't make it more special to do it here and Gulfstream, you know, against these tough tough colonies..

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That when i was uh a riding for bobby frankel so yeah i had a lot of good experience who wrote a lot scared who is in his way and um uh gallup real quiet for a short period of time and so yeah say i've seen very blast so they say that uh sometimes you know there it they don't have a lot of females riding in the afternoon but they um whether it's uh proper or not they feel that the man is stronger uh in the afternoon but they say that the women are better in the mornings the galloping in the working of horses would you agree with that i would agree with that sam um i think you know pound for pound we susic we don't have the strength that the males have i mean maybe that grown to argue eubadged she was unbelievable um female right up but i i do think that they just physically a stronger than us um and i think with the wind and i think it's it's some it's some form of um you know the the the passion we have a loved that we have to the war sousse transfers through i think and i think the horses feel that and we have a lot more i would say finesse is the best way to describe that women seemed to get on with horses figure out a way to compromise more with with horses the tricky ones particularly so i think more of that that the the canada and s you know of women's hands um and uh the way the handling horses i think is probably uh you know the the female edge as an exercise rider and a jockey abbas affect due to a mostly so talented on a horse the juve actually been a stunt than stunt riding and the filled in on some tv shows and movies because of your ability i guess to write a horse i don't know talented they're throwing dive eight adrenaline junkie a probably may raise because i've airless yes i um i.

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"bobby frankel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"bobby frankel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You come to america i came to america and ninety five feels like a very long time now um i was um actually writing at the time uh damage to jockey john ham in dover in france and he was very good friends with in jury um and he said listen go over there in juries for three months during the winter when there was no racing going on and in europe uh at that time and he said you know get some experience riding on the tracks out uh and then you come back and bite the season for me the following season while i think after about three weeks i made the phone call to john hammond and said you know john i love it out here not ready to go so uh i think i'd be now he had just over twenty years now you end up working for hall of fame trainers such as bob the late bobby frankel eggs you've worked for bob baffert and richard mandella i have been extremely lucky act and i've learnt so much um the right the way of writing um you rakoff is is very different over here and it is from england so i had a lot to learn a even the vocabulary of very different flap lingo that but if used out here so i think thoughts you not to you know to learn a lot from some very good people and um i had a great time you have the opportunity to to travel with with them mom i actually travel to hong kong with neal drysdale with a philly and um um yeah winter two all tina tower toga and all linked to talks racetrack like.

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