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"carl gander" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Tony Good Morning I caught part of the show have been driving home I got leave guide on six this morning I mean the word good job yeah I'll tell you one thing that ninety five almost one survey ca quit using ninety five my husband works parks and he lives in Yeah I'm not doing it anymore if it ain't a traffic jam it someone's like someone's got one driving doctor called the accident and believe it or not it ain't me driving like ninety five when they only used to have one bridge crossing into that area and that was the Komi Almira rich then they built the betsy Ross Bridge I used to go to liberty valve that way little surprised that you miss going there live to the races from where you're coming from because ninety five is definitely a message Yeah I just coming up from center city and we were shocked at that was the one o'clock in the afternoon and bumper-to-bumper we sat there for like took us like an extra I don't know almost an extra at least twenty twenty five minutes then it should have come in from mm center city but Tony Guy got to ask you because you certainly overlapped with vinny blanks and I'm wondering I thought began to ask because you know his time in Maryland and the mid Atlantic after You know he he gravitated down from New England and I had a feeling you might have written a few winners form you know he was Kinda Guy Shift towards if he was at Suffolk is just a man to wherever he might WanNa raise that particular individual the one something that everyone always start or felt about any bland was yours is randomly was competitive and it was a well respected worsening whether table itself a down rocking am whether he came to Berlin a some time periods where she adores into Keystone Philadelphia Park the usually shift in and it was a competitive spot for this to be I can't remember any one particular horse I know I wrote a horse and two for him but you know what when you ride for different people and you're not stable we're there at a lot of times it's source that you ride you don't relate so much to being the drain or knowing Ainhoa you might know him by name or he'd be shipping in but I'm not very many jobs that did rights it wasn't always get Carl Gander Dalo and you know your top doing writers he's shift in and he named writers were doing I'm good enough to meet his expectation but he was a class act from everybody's remembering him and you know what there's a kind of guys chose maybe not you guys like me you're getting and there's been two years and the other names that were prominent when you were in heyday career Mike yeah the they'll never be forgotten yeah no matter what they were doing and re in years they won't be forgotten for what they accomplished in the years that they participating participated in the great sport of racing. yeah then of course I mentioned this morning one of the overnight pieces of news was the passing of of Chili Sherwood Killingsworth Out West and ninety three and and ninety and it's there's there's certain certain stories certain moments with you lose people like this that are probably gone forever over a some degree I mean the oral history what's what's amazing is how the the oral histories come pouring out about you know about guys and I I was very happy to have gory Smith on on on the news of these passing but I've also subsequently been hearing the stories from Winfrey even Gary Young Gary Young chimed in with a with a note on my facebook page after the show the other day and he was talking about how would video flags told you to bet a horse You went you went and got all the money anybody owed you because because it was a signal to the you know that you were we got healthy you know what those guys they had a a remarkable way of getting a horse ready and knowing one's the performance was just around the corner and of course you know when you raised it some of these you know the minor racetrack thank you know you weren't always stabling New Yorkers major race in California part of your livelihood maybe didn't depend on but your livelihood was supplemented by being able to know when or she was going to run its peak powerful race and you as the trainer jockey for trainer the opportunity to that issue shuttle and take some cash money from the window you know I remember medication you know we're a joke would be riding and you know they would be really down with the trainers money the owner themselves and they might come up to stretch and maybe you were an obstacle in their path and you buy audio Hey Jack Space Myspace me Jack I got me money that is that a fact and it was only open up it wasn't something that they were asking for you to do something to yours they were just asking for a little room so they could cash tickets keep the train happy oh echo catches tickets and the owner happy so it could cash his tickets and it wasn't on an everyday occurrence it was a common courtesy and it might be repaid somewhere down the line to you by that job for some other jobs but you know it wasn't anything that wasn't above board not as the job take a whole you know my money back it was Gimme some room got no place to go the you told that story that's that's one of my favorite stories years about you know about the you know the odors saying you Tony She's ready in where we're all and make sure you don't get any trouble you know and then you what did you say AH trouble I it wasn't it wasn't a common occurred but it was something that happened and every writer to have is out there that had a you know a horse that was at it is and I say you don't always find yourself in the most advantageous position in the last five sixteenths or three sixteenths or quarter mile of the race and you have to ask someone we give me some room and they gave you something room you never forgot it because you make some trainer and owner and some walk very happy that particular day because as I said you know when you're especially when you tracks were you riding three eight thousand dollars beaten claiming horses were twenty five hundred and three thousand dollars raises Volvo race drag I think the last race they won their well no the race before won the last race I won there was a two thousand dollars that was two thousand twenty five hundred dollars cars and then I wanted to be stake that day it was a steak that they used as a threat to the marlborough nursery and I finished in a dead he would Tony Aga- Nello and we let the big purse of fifteen thousand I mean that was this steak at some of these strikes and that was Marlin raising Marlboro Racetrack and you had twenty five hundred dollar pods now John gets twenty five hundred and it was just you know claiming race twenty five hundred we we raise for a stake races when I was in my hey hey let's say an average was forty five thousand and one of the big ones with the custody of the structures of change of course everybody's expenses that change but they're big courses out there now and Jackie's get you can't owners and trainers to appreciate those purses but then you look at these words sales and you look at the cost of these individuals everything is going up here sure the person's going to live in going up everything around is going up and and really need that money who makes us good women who jockeys families trainers you know and it's a highly competitive this not just highly a physical athletic event highly added that that's important as the physical well and we've talked about it before you know particular league went we when you see I was the call what it is I mean second tier second tier riders at at any track it doesn't even have to be doesn't even have to be an eight track and I've asked you this before I mean how how guys can make a living because you know you see some of the statistics and yeah they're they're working hard in the morning and you know they're they're getting some get some workout fee augment their work in the afternoon but I mean it it is got to be hard and particularly that's a for for a variety reasons whether it's whether it's physical issues taking a toll and writers you know looking kind of on the on the wane and their career or you know guys that are perceived as just not not a a a Goto doc it's gotta be gotta be very hard yeah you know you have out there that are really struggling to make a living and of course all your work in the morning is Grad you go out there you Gallup forces that used to be used to just work horses now you see jocks out there are different racetracks and lobby rates jogging on the wrong way they're galloping them it ain't they're not just going out there working for blown them out for the race so it's a highly competitive deal when it comes to you know jockey and drying generate business and get a new business I make statement you know and care by either a dime a dozen I was a Jock I made me still but you had a diamond dozen you know what there's there's a sense of confidence that riders give writing to certain trainers you know whether they've had long term relationship with them or just say no they're history of that drain or know his reputation and they wanna ride for you know you the same way trainers and owners I wanNA rider that wins races they always get exactly who they want but you just hope your name as jockeys on the list when you were talking about me gay he sources around there's one thing and you hit it right on that she'll go now that any problem adjusting to whatever he feels the racetracks going to be whether it's reader scupper any place he goes and chips you know it'd be has work that he's aiming for specific rates or you know readers got raises or stake races you WANNA drain that according to what he knows that or has to be in the day he runs at that particular travelers between Anita and they have the mindset Oh years over the years well saying Anita's using bad racetrack boop boop and how has it changed because of the circumstances that they were down you know they changed their racetracks well it's no secret and guys like in our up-to-date on that and he'll send Code on or whatever it is any Horsey yes to run it'll be over there in good order you can guarantee that and many of you drainers top ones are just guys that have nice horses aren't considered you know the twin year drainers Tabatha of and all these other names that are out there they they seem to know you know what they're dealing with when they aim horses would major stakes you know whether Kentucky Derby the three you know Valmont those races you on those just got to train your horse according to what you really has to do in Kentucky and you because I have a lot of time to conditioning and changing from preakness Belmont so you train your horse according to where he's doing well what you think the Churchill downs drag is going to be like and you go from there with breeders you know today that you you're gonna be in one of the two of you the day of Friday Saturday and you're going to art the Gloria what do you think Santa Anita is going to be.
"carl gander" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Which is another board. Going to the Seattle SuperSonics because it's on a basketball board and also anymore there? Now the yield cla city thunder. Yes. Have a basketball team. Damn Marxist football team. But they're not drafting in the top SuperSonics are over the for for a long time. So they're going to be new pick is going to be surprised when he goes there. Football or basketball he'll win so be playing against him. All right. Six five two hundred fifty four pounds from Wyoming. What I was gonna ask what team were draft. What position on the top ten redrafting? I'm telling you in a minute. Okay. Okay. I let me introduce Carl gander Sohn. You know, Carl car Carl. Six from Wyoming, two hundred fifty four pounds with Carl frankly. Yes, yes. I am familiar with Carl. It's an interesting pick for which team. I'm going to. I I'm going to pick him for Denver number ten. Okay. Okay. He's going to Denver. And the reason why if you look at this picture he looks like one of those go west young men statues. You know is that because he's holding his football out in front of it might be. But look at his eyes. He's like I'm determined. I'm going to go someplace where it's where it's west. So he is going to the Denver Bronco. Okay. So far we have the eighth pick in the draft. Ed Oliver and the ten pickets Carl gander. So wouldn't be surprised Denver was actually east of Laremy the whole 'nother. That's all different story. Well, I'm just saying. Yeah. So here we go. Here we go from Alabama six five three hundred one pound.
"carl gander" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Which is another board. But it's going to the Seattle SuperSonics. We don't work because it's on a basketball board and also. Anymore there? Now, the yield Clinton city thunder. Yes. I don't have a basketball team. Damn marxist. You have a football team. But they're not drafting in the top SuperSonics are over the for for a long time. So they're going to be knew pick is going to be surprised when he goes there, and he's playing football or basketball he'll win. So nobody even playing against him. All right. Six five two hundred fifty four pounds from Wyoming. What I was gonna ask what team were draft. What position and the top ten or redrafting? I'm telling you in a minute. Okay. Okay. But first, let me introduce Carl gander Sohn. You know, Carl Carl. Six from Wyoming, two hundred fifty four pounds with Carl frankly. Yes, yes. I am familiar with Carl. It's an interesting pick for which team. I'm going to. I I'm going to pick him for Denver number ten. Okay. Okay. He's going to Denver. And the reason why if you look at this picture he looks like one of those go west young men statues. You know is that because he's holding his football out in front of it might be. But look look at his eyes. He's like I'm determined. I'm going to go someplace where it's where it's west. So he is going to the Denver Bronco. Okay. So far we have the eighth pick in the draft. Ed Oliver and the tenth pick is Carl gander. So wouldn't be surprised. They'll of Denver was actually east of Laramie. The whole 'nother that's all different story. Well, I'm just saying. Yeah. So here we go. Here we go from Alabama six five three hundred one pound Jona Williams. You know Jona? Yes. Yes. Jona that guy looks like..