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"clement barn" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:30 min | 4 months ago

"clement barn" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"$2 prices here, exact a $35, the tri 82 20 and the super $277 and 20 cents. Before we go to break, we're going to get one more live racing. Horses are on the track and warming up for the 9th race on the card at Saratoga. By the way, they have ten races on the card at Saratoga today. So we won't be able to get you there tenth race, but this 9th race is a 5 and a half furlong turf sprint for New York bread made in Phillies and mayors in for a $40,000 tag. There were 15 entered in this race 5 of them have come out so quick math. That sounds like ten to me. I did complete at least preschool. So I'm pretty good with those. Oh, I'm just kidding. Actually, this is a sick way of telling people that I'm good at math, but I'm very good at staring at tote boards and telling you within about 20 seconds what horses will play will pay to place and show if you need me to do it. So like a human calculator when it comes to degeneracy is what it is. I don't know. I don't know if sharp will want to market me in that way. The way any of you have that horse racing, I don't know if they called him the horse racing calculator or something that sharper image used to sell. And it was, it was a stunk, really. But what it was was you would kind of enter all these statistical things for horses into it, and it was supposed to tell you who was going to win. But what it basically told you was it would average out whatever horse on average had the most earnings per start, that was the top pick according to the sharper image horse handicapper calculator, whatever. I don't know why I had one of these when I was a kid. Probably other kids are hoping that their parents buy them baseball gloves and things like that. I wanted the horse racing calculator from sharper image. I don't know. But I wouldn't go buy it. I'm sure you could find them on eBay right now. Anyway, ten of them going to go 5 and a half furlongs on the turf in this 9th race at Saratoga. Three of them vying for favoritism right now all between 5 to two and 7 to the one smoking hot kitty three cool cats and kittens and 5 Eli dancer all right there in that range of being the favorite Eli dancers, the slight favorite right now, she's trying the turf for the first time. She's by alpha out of a Dane hill dancer mayor. I would think a little bit more turf breeding on the damn side just out of that with Dane hill dancer there with she being an Irish bred herself. But not overwhelming turf breeding for Eli dancer who ran well in her debut at fairgrounds and not so good last time out at Belmont partner. She is getting Lasix for the first time today, so she could have bled in her last race. She really went from being up close to stopping very badly in the race and maybe that's what happened. Maybe she bled in the race and she'll run better today and it's something you can draw a line through. I would say this of those three I would prefer number one smoking hot kitty who has been she's coming out of a race going that one turn mile on the turf at Belmont and she finished third that day. When in the Christoph Clement barn, she was 9 to 5 actually the second choice in the race to Philly who finished just ahead of her hour Jessica already came back and got her maiden win in her very next start smoking hot kitty goes from Christoph Clement to Linda rice overall Clement a higher percentage trainer than Linda rice. But this is a spot where Linda rice excels these first off to claim type she's winning right at about a 20% clip. And in the money about 50% of the time. So I would think that smoking hot kitty has a big, big chance in here. Don't love the rail post going 5 and a half furlongs when it's a big field of ten like this. But I expect smoking hot kitty to drop back and try to close anyway, so maybe she can save ground and weave through traffic and find her way through on the turn. The other one is number three cool cats and kittens. That's the other one they're betting right now. She ran second against basically the same level of competition back in late May at Belmont park. Good enough that they tried her in a maiden special weight race against New York breads in her most recent start and she faded pretty badly in that race. So back down in for a tag and one of the old sayings and racing, the best hop is the drop and a lot of people think the best drop is going from maiden special to a maiden claiming event, even if it's as high as a maiden 40s. So cool cats and kittens probably facing a little bit softer today than what you saw in her last start. Right now, Eli dancer remains the favorite at two to one cool cats and kittens three to one and my top selection smoking hot kitty is right there at 7 to two on the board as these Phillies and mayors arrive at the starting gate and just a quick answer. By the way, a couple of rider changes here Javier castellano picks up the mount on number 6 Sarah's splendor. Trevor McCarthy writing number 7 ace up her sleeve big long shot there for trainer Steve places. They are double loading for this 5 and a half furlong affair. By the way, there was one of the also eligibles that drew in galley head who was a number 11 first of the AEs drew in for owner trainer Roy luhrmann Ricardo Santana junior aboard. By the way, there is a jock off one of these horses and trying to figure out I think it's Eric cancel the writer of number 9 one journey. In fact, it is. She's the first time starter. She went in very quickly, so Eric cancel will climb aboard inside the starting gate. Last few runners are going in. Up to the outside, we'll hand it off to John embryo. Here's race 9 at Saratoga.

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"clement barn" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:46 min | 5 months ago

"clement barn" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"She parlayed that win in the princess Rooney to the upset victory in the breeders cup Philly and mayor sprint. She's looking to do the exact same thing this year. You know, it's kind of where it all started for CC. She was obviously a pretty nice Philly out in Southern California before then. But that's where she kicked it in the high gear and became kind of a wind machine and was the champion as well and eclipse award winning mayor as well, right? In that category filling mayor sprinting, it certainly was. And yeah, she's a champion. You're right. She was fantastic. That 6 month period. Yeah, and then she reemerged at Oklahoma park and ran two great route races. She was fantastic in the aziri, showed a new dimension finished in front of two good horses, Pauline's pearl and she dares to dabble. Her last race every single year, one of the most competitive Philly and Mary aces in the country, the Apple blossom at Oak Lawn, long been a great race. In order to win that race, you got to run against the likes of larusso and Clara. And she only got a length of three quarters by them. It was a respectable effort. She's been off since. That currently the best horse at Victor espinoza still rides. Mike McCarthy, great trainer. Of course, of city of light, fame, I'm going to go ahead with glass ceiling here. Glass ceiling had a marvelous four race win streak of her own going, including a win in the barber fridge, which every year is a really good 7 for a long race Laurel. She ships well, she won a distaff the grades we just have at aqueduct after that. She's through in a clunker after a sluggish start last time, I'm going to give her an excuse not raising the grade to bed of roses. She's working sharp. She makes her first ever or not her second visit to Gulfstream park where she's a winner. She's won for one at Gulfstream. And I think that she's still an improving horse even at the age of 5, and I think that she'll pull an upset here against CC. Well, I think last ceiling is the only one who has a chance to beat CC and I was kind of going back and forth between the two. I end up on the defending champ. My theory on CC is this. She's a grade one caliber sprinter. She's a grade two or three caliber router. They keep trying her in routes. I know she won the azeri. I don't think it was that highly rated of a race. I don't think she's quite as good as the very top Echelon of Phillies and mayors going around two turns, but she's every bit as good as the top Echelon Phillies and mirrors around one turn. I like that she's back around one turn. I'm going to pick her on top. Bob going with glass ceiling. I'm going with sisi in the grade two princess Rooney race ten tomorrow at Gulfstream. Let's jump down to Delaware Parker. I guess we're going back up to Delaware park from sound in South Florida. They've got a couple of graded stakes on the card tomorrow. The 6th race on the card is the grade three $300,000 Delaware oaks for the three year old Phillies going a mile and a 16th on the main track. Field of 8, bob, word and up. You know, this is a race to me that's loaded with speed. You got republic shown speed, midnight stroll speedy, Chardonnay, speedy sandstone, unadulterated. They all have speed or tactical speed. I think the fractions will be very honest. My eye was drawn to what looks to be the best closer in the race sometimes too deep of a closure, but today I think she gets a healthy setup and that's the 5 horse morning mattress. Trained by Robert Reid and ridden by Carol sedan, who's 22% on the meat there at Della park Delaware park, so very good rider off to an excellent start. She comes back quickly after, I think at about 13 days rest, she raised June 19th and she didn't really run any kind of race. And her turf day Belmont, I think she came out of that race. She's not particularly turf bread. And they felt like she didn't really even have a race. She didn't really put it all in. I wrote her that day and so basically they data center right back, move her down in a situation that's more to her liking and most importantly, I think she'll have enough pace here to set up her kick. And I think she's a very live first time Lasix 6 to one. Yeah, I have morning match on top myself. I think it's a bad morning line if you want to be perfectly Frank about it. I don't think there's any way we get 6 to one on morning match. I just darn it. I thought she'd be one of the favorites in this race. I think you can just completely throw out that turf race. It doesn't mean anything. Her race is on dirt, have been better than most of these. And against tougher competition, for the most part, than what she's going to see tomorrow. Bob and I both like morning match. I almost made her a best bet. I didn't, but I was close despite the fact she's 6 to one on the morning line. We both like number 5 morning matcha to get the right trip in the grade three Delaware oaks race 6 on the Delaware park card tomorrow. 7th race at Delaware park tomorrow is the grade three tenth stakes for three year olds going a mile and one 8th on the turf $200,000 on the line here and a nice field of 9. Yeah, Ellie's are from the red hot Chris Clement barn. Ships and ships down from Belmont is a French bread horse darian out of a more than ready mayor raised once shanti won easily shows up here June 4th first time in the U.S. runs in the grade two pennine ridge at Belmont and runs okay after a bad start in which elazar was in the air as Lasix shows up the Delaware park 5 to one in the morning line. I don't think you're going to get that. I think that he's live would be surprised to be wins, but I think it's almost disrespectful that the 5 horse wow what a summer ran such a marvelous race granted it was a perfect trip last time in the grade two ten mile a race he won at 83 to one. I just think that that's disrespectful to make him 8 to one in the morning line. I don't think he's going to go off close to that. And I think that he'll use his tactical speed lay pretty close and I just can't oppose him. I think he's in the form of his life and he has sort of a beautiful turf pedigree as well. So good luck to wow, what a summer the as my pick and the Kent. All right, 8 to one on wow, what a summer coming off that win on the soft turf in the pen mile. I went to the horse you mentioned first, Eliza. This was an interesting runner because he actually made a move late that looked like he was going to be a contender turning for home and then just got tired, but I think he was trying to close into a pace that was way too slow and Emmanuel who was trying the turf for the first time that day for Todd Fletcher and his bred to handle the turf. Got the lead unopposed and just galloped all the way around. I think that field that elazar ran against in the pennine ridge is significantly stronger than one is going to see in the Kent. I'm going to give him another shot. Elazar 5 to one for me in the Kent bob going with number 5 wow, what a summer we're both going against the morning line favorite here who is number 6 main event coming off a poor effort in the American turf last time out, but his previous three tries on grass were all very, very good. We just both think that he's a favorite that has a chance of getting beaten. We're going to try to beat him with numbers three and 5. Respectively. All right, we're going to take another break. One week come back, they have four graded stakes north of the border at woodbine tomorrow, and we're going to look at all of them. This is the weekend stakes preview presented by naira bets on the horse racing radio network. Bet.

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"clement barn" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"clement barn" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"And watched him call a race, Pete is incredibly good race collar and it's so funny. I asked him, because he said they're talking with us, and there's like a minute to post. I'm like, do you need to memorize feels like, no, I got them. It's like, okay. Like, you haven't really looked at them, and then calls the race, and I think he looked at his program once during the whole race. He's just got a memory that's insane, but such a sweet guy. I love Pete and so I'm very biased in my praise of him, but it was really cool to get to see him. And what else did we do Dani Gulfstream park? Well, we saw an incredible performance in the finale, which was a first time starter for the Clement barn. So the other thing I wanted to talk about in regards to Gulfstream was the torpedo because it seems like it's I feel like most people thought it was going to be a just in case kind of thing. So when the races are off the turf, they go onto the Tapia. And that was actually the case on Sunday, but they are actually carting a number of races for the tepid and they're doing it throughout the car. It's not like all the torpedo races are really like, I've noticed it at Tampa, like our racing secretary Allison, who is also our secretary at colonial. Like they tend to run usually one, two or three dirt races early on, usually it's the smaller field dirt race, and then after that, it's kind of turf dirt turf dirt. And that's not always the case. There was a couple back to back turfs, but racing secretaries tend to have kind of their habits that way. I remember for years, this is before Martin panza for years though. You can count on the third race at aqueduct or Belmont like being like a really good small field allowance. Like it was like clockwork. And just like for years in Southern California, the last race of the day was kind of a 12 horse field, cheap maiden race, like it just, it was just, I mean, you could count on it. And there's I talked to a few different people with varying opinions on the torpedo. In fact, I was talking to a guy there. And I said, you know, he got something this racy. He's like, nah, I don't know the synthetic yet. I'm waiting. I don't feel confident with it. And you know, I don't mind the synthetic. And I've kind of said that, you know, I like Golden Gate and all this kind of stuff. One thing I will say that at least frustrating as a race viewer is and I say this as someone who's watched fair bit of races. I've watched a lot. I have a lot of trouble kind of telling how my horse is going. If I'm really focused in on a horse and there was a couple times yesterday in the to Peter races, I keep saying yesterday. I'm recording my you guys know the drone. According Monday for Tuesday. So it was Sunday. But I'm watching them, and I'm like, it looks like traveling pretty good. And then very, very slowly, but surely, you're like, oh, maybe it doesn't have anything. No, he doesn't. No. And then all of a sudden he's back into the pit. And you're like, oh, wait, maybe. It's like the gift with that girl who drinks the kombucha where she's like, yeah, no, maybe. Yeah. I can't get a feel for how they're traveling. That's not to say, I don't like it for handicapping, 'cause I feel like sometimes my handicap opinions on it have been fine. But just from a race viewing standpoint, I feel like on dirt, I have a pretty good idea by the far turn. I mean, really, I feel like I have a good idea by the middle of the backstretch. If my horse is running at all, and if I have a shot, and by the far turn of the three 8s, I feel like I have a decent idea of like, look, it's down to these one, two or three. And with the pita, it's just for me, it's not like that. There was a couple where I'm like, oh man, they just walked on the front end and these going good. And then you just swallow it up. And it's not like it was some bum. It was a horse with a good possibilities. But I talked to a couple people and, you know, the opinions were not positive, but I mean, like I said, I get where they're having them for the braces off the turf. I like that. I think people are I think they're getting more of those races than we were expecting, or at least a lot of horse players were expecting. And maybe that was kind of always the plan. Not sure. We'll see though, but yeah, it was a great time going down there. A lot of fun, the weather was good. Margo, my boss had a horse in down there so we got to go in the paddock and talk to kisha Courtney for a little bit, said hi to her. We'll probably get her on the show. I would assume sometimes soon. I feel like we have a case on usually once a year, and we haven't had it on for a while. Brian nadda, who's doing a TV there with Ron nicoletti, talk to Ron. And Ron goes, I thought you were on the West Coast. I forgot about Tampa. Good to see you. Ron is a very, very sweet guy. So it was neat to see him. And got to junior alvarado was riding for Margot, so I got to shake hands with junior, which was cool. And yeah, just enjoyable day. Gulfstream.

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"clement barn" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"clement barn" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"For the traditional opening day at saint Denis the day after Christmas. Trainer Brendan Walsh has two horses entered in the stakes at Gulfstream later today. He has long shot keeper of time in the swani river. He has space traveler, who is the three to one morning line second choice in the Fort Lauderdale. He's going to be with me in just a few minutes right around 8 15 eastern to talk about those two horses. He'll also spend some time looking back on the recently retired maxfield who is now standing at darley in Lexington, Kentucky. I'm also going to walk through all of today's stakes at Gulfstream with first bet handicapper, Ashley mayu. That's later in the first hour as well right around 8 40 eastern, so we'll get you set to bet those races later today actually does a fantastic job with her handicapping down there in South Florida and really looking forward to that conversation. But I thought it might be fun to do something a little different here this morning. And take a look at those four greatest stakes races from a strictly historical perspective. To see if it doesn't equate to a few winners for you later today. You know, those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it kind of thing. So let's look at the grade three suwanee river. In that race, trainer Christophe Clement has saddled more winners than any other trainer in history. He's won at 5 times, but he hasn't found his way to the winner's circle since 2008. Christoph is going to send out 15 to one morning line long shot classic candy. In the 12 runnings since creek staff last one, 25% of those have been won by Chad Brown, who interestingly enough does not have a horse in this year's event. So maybe the deck has been cleared for the Clement barn to pull off an upset, and add to that record total find their way back to the winter circle later today in this one river. No trainer has won more runnings of the grade three sugar squirrel than Todd pletcher. But he ain't got one in there either. A pair of Hall of Fame jockeys are tied at the top of the sugars for a leaderboard with 6 wins a piece. You have Javier castellano and John Velazquez. Javier won't be making the walk to the paddock for this year's race, but Velazquez.

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