17 Burst results for "Doctor Shiva"

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:37 min | Last month

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Run down doctor chevelle in the end following C was there. Larry Coleman on the call, the 2021 breeders cup sprint and indeed aloha west did run down doctor Shiva and get up in the final strides. Welcome back to the breeders cup countdown presented by hill and down the lapa here on HR RN, you're listening to eclipse thoroughbred partners week here on HR RN and speaking of eclipse thoroughbred partners. They're the owners of aloha west and also own several other big name runners around the country and one of the gentlemen who is involved with eclipse thoroughbred partners kind enough to join us this morning. Mike Newton, thanks for taking the time. Hey, it's great to be here. Thank you. It's got to be exciting time of year. Ownership is not a guaranteed a guaranteed success story. In fact, owning racehorses. If you're lucky enough to come out on the positive, you really are one of the lucky ones. We highlight these horses running for millions of dollars and, you know, this does not happen to everybody. You being part of a clips. First of all, how did you get involved with eclipse thoroughbred partners and tell us about the journey you've been on with them? So I grew up in the horse racing industry. My dad used to train in Montreal in the early 60s. So the very first picture of my parents have of me as a 6 month old naked sitting on the racing forum on the dining room table. So let's just say it comes I come by it pretty honestly. As I turn out to be a lucky move for him, apparently my wife no longer likes when I do that anymore. I grew up on a farm breeding

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:56 min | 7 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Are there any questions before we proceed? I have one question, doctor Frankenstein. That's Frankenstein. I beg your pardon? My name, it's pronounced Frankenstein, but aren't you the grandson of the famous doctor Victor Frankenstein, who went into graveyards, dug up freshly buried corpses and transformed dead components into yes. Yes. Yes. We all know what he did. But I'd rather be remembered for my own small contributions to science. And not because of my accidental relationship to a famous cookware. Gene Wilder, of course, in Mel Brooks young Frankenstein, it was the new Doctor Strange that inspired the latest film spotting poll question, which asked in all seriousness. What is your favorite film about a movie doctor that isn't really about them being a doctor? It's the hard hitting questions that everyone tunes in for Josh. Didn't they do a segment on that on broadcast news? I think. Your options were 1930 5s bride of Frankenstein. 1930 5s captain blood been a while since we've had two 1935 options in a poll question. How about jumping up to 1216? Doctor Strange Benedict Cumberbatch as doctor Steven strange, of course, or doctor Shiva, starring Omar Sharif. What about Tom Cruise as doctor Bill harford in eyes wide shut from Stanley Kubrick or doctor Richard Kimball? Harrison Ford in the fugitive finally, you could pick Gene Wilder as Frederick, Frankenstein from young Frankenstein, Josh, how did it play out? Well, in last place is Sam's beloved captain blood. You know what, though, Sam, your work here is done. You brought more attention to captain blood, which I wholeheartedly agree it needs. So even though it was in last place, that's okay. 3% of the vote there actually packed up pretty tightly here at the bottom. 4% of the vote for Doctor Strange, 5% for doctor zhivago and 6% for bride of Frankenstein, a little tighter with the top three. With 21% of the vote, eyes wide shut, second place goes to the fugitive with 27%, but that means young Frankenstein did win it with 33% of the vote. A third of the vote not to shabby Marco says, I pick young Frankenstein simply because it is one of my all time faves, a comedy classic that stands up to infinite rewatches. But then I started thinking, isn't Gene Wilder's character, an actual doctor? I mean, he does give extremely erudite lectures to medical students, not to mention his groundbreaking work in reanimating corpses. Another flawed film spotting pull. Oh, I think that ship has sailed. I think we've acknowledged many a time how deeply flawed this question is. More questions here from Maddie Rosen, hate two man. But both Frankenstein movies are literally about the life restoring medical research of their protagonists. I voted eyes wide shut. In addition to it being a great film, doctor harford's journey of sexual conquest in which he never actually has any sex, mirrors the question quite nicely. Okay, here's Andy Buchanan from Kansas City. Since the rules, unfortunately, prevent me from voting for the doctor J starring the fish that saved Pittsburgh, the definitive movie about the crossroads of basketball in astrology with the fugitive as my favorite movie of this bunch. We're gonna do that top 5 at some point. The top 5 movies at the crossroads of basketball and astrology. I'm not sure I can't wait for performance by an actor whose choices and what could be forgettable line readings elevate a movie more than Tommy Lee Jones here. I don't care. Shouldn't be so memorable and Andy to your point, even just a minute ago, maybe people couldn't detect my Tommy Lee Jones impression, but I was saying, doctor Richard Kimball, the same way he does, 'cause there's something about Tommy Lee Jones giving a good line reading.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:58 min | 8 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Grain of salt that maybe a little bit, but the two efforts prior to that were very, very good. And one of them was at a $700 $700 raise. It's the end of my week. Be nice. $700,000 race. And regal glory, of course, won the Pegasus turf and did so. Affiliate mayor turf and did so and very fine fashion had got gay to wire the matriarch so versatile, talented and yeah, they got a couple really good ones. Never acted over for George Arnold shows up here, won the valley view a couple starts back at keenland that was the only career when it came to this one. And then lady spike spear, who didn't do a lot of running in the hillsborough here at Tampa. If you remember, that was Tampa Derby day and then we got a ton of rain early on. And I believe, in fact, I'm almost positive. I'm not going to look it up, but 98% sure. The hillsborough was the first turf race that day. They had it labeled good. The way bleaker street came running and rocky sky camera, like I thought, Gladys was the early one of the early pace that she kind of stayed on. But I thought it was a race that seemed to favor an off the pace flow and an inside flow and this horse was on the rail, though, so. I don't know, a little bit of a little bit of a mysterious race there from lady spiders. I don't think she's going to be as good as the chads, but when she runs her race, she's decidedly very solid for this kind of level. Edward Vaughn has a horse who came up to woodbine and ran behind them, moved to makina in the EP Taylor last time was fourth been off since then. For Jack's sisterson. It's just a maiden winner. So I mean, it's very much looks like a strong, I think a lot of people are going to go Chad Chad or pick one or the other chads. In there, that would be my guess. The giant causeway always a fun race 5 and a half furlongs. Now it was Giant's Causeway was he a turf sprinter? I feel like I remember him running on the main track dirt in the classic. But I don't remember him being a 5 and a half turf her. Every once in a while, you run into names that are peculiar for, you know, like secretary, it's big race is a turf race for three years. Now he ran on turf. He was pretty good on turf. But still, like that doesn't that seem a little weird? Like that, you know, one of the greatest dirt horses ever. It doesn't have a dirt race. But he's got a turf race. Campanello for Wesley warden, Wesley for his cold as his three year olds have been, or two year olds rather, he still off to a good start at keenly, he's got three wins already golden Powell, of course, one of those. But it comes out of this horse comes out of a race of Keenan last year finishing third behind a few in this race change of control and ambassador Luna. Change of control of course, the Michelle level runner who went up to woodbine a couple times last year was down a fairgrounds this winter ran got beat by LZ, who's also in this race. There's a lot of common opponents in this race. And so changing control of the last time, though, is a little bit of a toss. It was a bad start, and this is just a horse that wants to be a little bit closer up. And so I got to think that a better start, the mid pack draw I kind of like for this one, but their speed right to is outside too with jouster. Gesture is like a Scott speed for a sprint, but he's such a rout speed type, right? I feel like turf sprint speed and route, TERF speeder. Big time different ball games. And there's some other early speed types in here. But man, it's a competitive group. LZ who's a speed type drew on the far outside, so she's going to have to get over for Chris Hartman, who's just been on a I don't want to say he's been on a tear anymore. 24% trainer for like the last year and a half. You just winning a lot. This horse is a wind machine for Bette rich get Mitch. What's Ed say bet Mitch get rich? It's like he had a big line, but anyways, fun day out of keelan, the count fleet sprint, which I thought that was the one that they changed the name for for whitmore, but maybe I was wrong on that. But we see the return of Jackie's warrior. 6 to 5 on the morning line, but bob's edge who was the winner of the whitmore last time out from last to first that huge move down The Crown of the track and comes into the race and just incredible form for Larry Jones. But he's going to have to run down Jackie's work. Now, empire of golds in here who's got some good early speed, but other than that. I mean, mojo man went to wire last time out so he's capable of showing other people but his style generally is not been. You know, go to the front. I love that mojo man ran in the send in an army stakes. In fact, he won it at Indiana. Shout out game. Maybe a little hunch play for Gabe but the fellas. But you know, Jackie's warrior fresh and you know, obviously, didn't go on with it in the breeders cup sprint. It was a race that doctor Shiva wasn't that far off aloha west was, and so but following C was close up battling. So I don't know. I think it was just kind of the end of the meat it was going over to del mar. I think there was a few reasons why Jackie's warrior wasn't maybe a 100% sharp that day, but he's making his four year old debut, there's, to me, depending on the price, there's plenty of reasons to go against him, but there's plenty of reasons to like him too, so it's a little bit of a weird situation. Yeah, I don't know. I'm curious to see how much they bet him versus Bob Saget because bob's edge is certainly has some recency on Jackie's worry. He's had starts this year where Jackie's warrior has not. They're both for you. Obviously they had very different three year old campaigns, but yeah, bob's edge is a super, super solid informed bridge right now, and Jackie's work like I said, there's just, I mean, there is there is. There are question marks. But, you know, on his best day, clearly he's one that's tough to handle. Steve aspirin obviously can do pretty good work with some sprinters..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Pegasus World Cup victory. We'll see him in action once again in just over three hours from right now as he goes post word in the Dubai World Cup. Of course, trained by Todd pletcher and owned by Elliott Walden windstar farm in partnership and going to hear from those individuals coming up momentarily. You're also going to hear from trainer Mark glatt, who will send out doctor Shiva in the golden shaheen over in Dubai. The interviews provided by the Dubai racing club and we certainly appreciate that. I think you're really going to enjoy them. Want to remind you, though, that we are 19 minutes away from you taking over this show. Every Saturday morning, 10 a.m. eastern, I turn the show over to you. Our segment, you be the host, allows you to do just that. You get the chance to call in, ask questions of our special guest. And today, that special guest is a good one. Trainer Kenny mcpeak is going to be here at 10 o'clock eastern to answer your phone calls and to take your questions. If you are shy about coming on the radio, I get it, go ahead and send me an email. Mike at horse racing radio dot net and you can present your question that way a couple of people have already done that. I will go ahead and ask those questions for you if you'd rather do it on our social media pages at Twitter, horse racing radio network on Facebook. You can certainly do it that way as well. Ken mcpeek coming up to take your calls live on the show 10 a.m. eastern. It is you be the host. All right, let's turn our attention back to Dubai. Again, life is good going in the Dubai World Cup. Doctor Shiva, though, going in the golden shaheen in just about one hour from right now. And here's what his trainer Mark glatt had to say earlier this week. Mark, first of all, thank you very much for your time and welcome to the wonderful opportunity to show the world what your horse can do in the first question I'm going to ask you is about his temperament. It's a long way to come and obviously half the battle is one if you have a horse that's got the big match temperament to travel and get here in one piece. Yes, he's a horse I've had for a bit now and he's a real laid back horse takes everything in stride. He's all class. You never know how a horse might ship, especially this far. But if any indications of how he does things on a regular basis, if that was any indication how he might ship and handle something like this, he's as good a good horse to try it with as any. And he seemed to have made it very well. Would it be fair to say that in these sort of 20 years, two decades that you've been training that this would be the most monumental occasion that you have faced with your family and your team? Certainly, certainly ranks right up there, I think, with the breeders cup, that was very, very exciting as well. But this brings us to a whole new level, hopefully. And it's looking forward to the opportunity. I suppose as you read and Rudyard Kipling's poem, you take victory and defeat as the two impostors that there are. It must have been a bit of pull to swallow, but I'm sure you were very proud of him in the breeder's cup. Yeah, you know, and any time you have you're in races like the breeder's cup or any of the races that will be taking place here this weekend, you know, as a trainer, your fear is that maybe your horse doesn't show up and run to his abilities. And so yes, it was a heartbreaking loss to be beaten like he was. The very last jump, but at the same time he came, he showed up, he ran his race, and after you stepped back and kind of reflect on that, you're just happy the horse performed. And there was a horse just slightly better than him that day. The trek conditions over here, are they suited to the way that he works and what has he been showing you while he's been here? Well, he bounced right over the track and his gallop this morning. I've been watching videos every day, actually today is the first day I've seen him on the track in person. He looked like he got over very well. He had a very nice workout. Watch the videos of his daily training gallops here at every morning that he's been here and he pretty much shows up and does his job and I don't see any reason why the racetrack will hinder him at all. The drool position is he got that enormous amount of pace to be able to dominate and get up there and lead a race of the sort. Yes, I think he'll be very close. He's pretty tactical this horse. So depending upon what they're doing on the front end with the 9 hole, you know, our rider flavian will be able to kind of choose what he wants to do. He'll be able to see the majority of the field and what's going on in the early stages. The source has gone wired a wire. And he's also come from four or 5 links out of it out of it. So we trust flavian. He's ridden the horse magnificently every time he's red, nobody knows the horse very well. And we would expect that he'll make the right decisions. Well, it would be a very, very fitting part of his career were he to be able to be victorious in this $2 million race. We wish you very, very well. And thank you very much for your time, Mark. Thank you, appreciate it. Mark Ladd always fantastic to hear from him and we wish doctor Shiva all the best coming up in that golden shaheen again, post time for that race ten 45 eastern. Well, Todd putcher is looking for believe it or not, his first win in the Dubai World Cup and it could come with a very talented life is good. Here's what Todd had to say.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

03:42 min | 9 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"It was 5th in the top of my head there, really sneaking up, you know, beating a couple of those very, very tough American runners in there too. So yeah, no, I definitely feel like this interest stable would definitely I would not be opposed to them grabbing a win here on the night. Okay. So he's been racing in Argentina, but so some of them have been prepping here, the majority, the ones that they wanted to bring over here. They've been here for quite a bit now. But in general, they've all started out in Uruguay and they came over with kind of like a whole contingent. Plus, because Uruguay's were in Brazil, came from an investor was absolute machine of a horse. It took not only the classic, but also the Dubai World Cup as well. So Irwin's got to be on the short list. Maybe I'm going to flip flop and dump combination. Let's briefly talk about the Dubai golden shaheen on the dirt over 6 furlongs. What are your thoughts? I mean, this is, of course, a race that the Americans have dominated over the last more than a decade or so. This is the race that the majority of American trainers grab their good, they're good stateside sprinter says, let's get cracking here. Of course, it might your biscuits 2017, 2018 back to back wins and last year's end and was American trained as well. Bob offered had a host window it's been a race that definitely seems well suited towards the American speed. So hence we have a couple of American speedsters in here trying to get the victory for them here today. I find this race quite a tough one to figure out who do I really want to go with in terms of the American runners, Mark lad doctor Shiva, of course doctor Shiva, cheers, doctor Shiva, sorry. I keep saying that wrong with chivalry. Just got bested by a lower west in the British cup dirt sprint that was a tremendous performance triple digit buyer. I came off that sentinel sprint championship before that last race was in the grade one. Malibu now, look, obviously didn't turn up. They're either had a bad day or the fact is he ran into flight line, which is going to be perhaps the best horse in the United States. So either just want to give him a pass, but the only thing is, is doctor Shiva gonna enjoy going overseas first time he hasn't traveled before a more cloud doesn't travel with that often either. So it's of course when it comes to these dirt sprinters, everything has to go right. Yeah. Everything has to be done to perfection. So perhaps that's maybe the drawback with doctor Shiva housing going to come into here and has he taken well to traveling. Now, I did hear positive reports that one direct Craig is doing really well for trying to Brittany Russell. He gave her her first graded stakes victory, actually won the defense's dash, but got TQ. Just a solid individual. And of course Brianna Russ, her first time traveling over, so that's a tricky one. But their reports are very, very happy with how he's doing. He's a very, you know, sort of bulky, fast horse, early tends to take over his races and just run everyone into the ground, basically. I think he's going to try and do that again here as well. I think his number is 13, but he's drawn towards the outside, which I don't really mind for him to be honest. I think that allows him to kind of look in and make that move. I think drawn in 11 by the looks of it because it's also a bit confusing right when the numbers are not the stalls. I always have to kind of go, okay, hold on. Laura king and I were talking about this on Twitter the other day. I was like, yeah, just change that. Stop, stop, change it to just being stolen numbers..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:11 min | 10 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"I was thinking back, I specifically remember when del mar showed the wire cam or whatever they call it where you're right on the wire with doctor Shiva and aloha west, it looked like doctor Shiva won and they put the photo up and it was wrong. Wasn't it the same thing with Dunbar road like when they showed the logo? Yeah, 'cause I remember being just enraging the pissed off about that. I'm like, why are we showing this angle? That's supposed to be, it's literally supposed to be kind of like, look, this is the real photo, and then it comes back. Like that must have just ripped your guts out even more. I'll say, and it's still got my hopes up a little bit. Because watching live, I thought she got beat. And then they showed that, but in the back of my head, I did remember the sprint. And I was like, now wait a minute, they had it wrong for that. And this is almost the exact same situation. So. I was letting myself believe a little bit watching that because it really did look like she won. From that angle. But with that perspective of the sprint. So in a lot of ways, I'm glad the sprint happened first because this would have been the first time we had that close of a finish. With that angle, I would have absolutely thought she won a 100% net really would have would have put me. Well, that was good. And I don't know how they got it so wrong because keenly and naira. That angle is as good as the photo finish. I feel like Santa needed this too. And I mean, the dalmar just wasn't. I mean, it was not correct. Whatever angle they had was showing the horse who didn't win. Both times. It was the inside horse that looked like it won and neither one of them won. Yeah. Right. Oh, yeah. Doctor scheibel was like my pick of the day and they told everybody that I would listen to that horse was a monster. Then so when I saw that thing happened and then it flipped and so then when the Dunbar road won, it was like, it was even more. It was like, why are we showing this? This is just misleading at this point by the oven. Oh man, I forgot about that until we just started talking about it. I'm like, oh man, that's like an extra salt in the wound. And let's talk about good and bad tracks because you obviously follow. I think a pretty large number of tracks that are in your play wheel. What correlation do you think there is between tracks you do well or poorly at and how good your opinion really is because I would think that you have one or two tracks that you're super dialed in at, you can't possibly be super dialed in at ten tracks or can you? You know, I have a contrarian view to this. I see a lot that typically comes up with the takeout discussion. Where people will say, well, I'd rather play naira at 24%. I'd rather play a pick for there than at Sam Houston at 12%. I know naira to me, it just it's worth it for lack of a better word. And in my mind, I don't care how good you think you are. If you can learn to handicap a track 12% better than 24. Sort of the macro level, but then even I just think like all the pros I know, which granted other than two in particular, the typically CRW or leaning on that type of model, whether it's CRW or computer modeling without actually having the link to toe. So yes, that allows you to do a lot more tracks than sort of pen and paper for lack of a better word. But there isn't the other two that I know that aren't really computer based play a bunch of tracks. And I think that just speaks to the idea that it's a gambling game. It's not a picking courses game. And I'm trying to incorporate that more and more into my play along with discipline in terms of embedding wisely even after big wins. But in my mind, I can look at a brisk net PP and two minutes immediately know who the horses who are going to be bet are. And immediately know whether they have a legitimate chance relative to them being the favorites. And if they do, then it's an easy race to pass. And if they don't, then you look into it a little more. And to me, that's why I'm very comfortable playing so many tracks because it's more about finding those opportunities. Unfortunately, it's the way I play, you get the fever, you have the time and it's like, oh, you know, the kids are in bed, and I've already looked at this mountain your pick 5 on a Sunday Night. I haven't played since Friday. I got to play when really it's okay, what's my true upside here then I could save it from Monday at this hour. But so I'm still need to get better about that. But just overall, I definitely don't buy into the unless you're really, really taking notes and watching every single race and the workouts in the morning and you know how these horses behave in the paddock at a circuit. I really don't think that much more of an edge to being able to look at a form and talk that favorites..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

09:10 min | 10 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"But the one thing we were all was told to us that if you ever saw anything, you asked that what it wanted, which psychologically is a wonderful question, you know, what do you want? Because then a naming can happen and a few could the idea was that you know people who have gone into the eternal world that maybe have left certain things unfinished after them, and the duke could help to complete that so that they could find peace. And then all the names like the village of the fields, all the fields in our valley have different names and it's a thing I intend to do before Christmas or in the spring is find all the names and put them on maps for people so that they're not lost, you know. So there's an actual fact there is a visual narrative there of all these kind of presents in a way. So was what natural and then naturally when I went on to do philosophy and literature and that I kind of deepened these first nascent intuitions and brought it into some kind of thing where you could see the imagination as a feud like the sistering presence that would insist on the dualities being themselves, but then could bring them together into some kind of creative and critical harmony with each other. Did you encounter presences that you asked who they were and what they were about? I never did, like, actually, you know, but you'd sense things and you'd be and I'm glad I didn't because you were scared of your life, especially as a child for something like that. But you knew it was as if you were in the neighborhood. Of a very subtle otherness. That might disclose itself or might withhold itself. But that didn't in any way diminish. The kind of and I lose the art, the facticity of its presence, you know? You know, I've been working on looking back at the thought of the theologian reinhold niebuhr. And he has this statement at the beginning of his book, the nature and destiny of man. The first line. Man is his own most vexing problem. Or I think of a great kind of pivotal work in this culture of modern psychology and Scott peck's book, which begins life is difficult. And then I read this line which begins your book on Ankara. Which is also a different way of analyzing the human condition. It's strange to be here the mystery never leaves you. Talk to me about that as a way of thinking about what it means to be human and how you come to that. And what you mean when you write. Those words. I mean, I think it echoes in what you've been talking about. Yes, but one of the sentences that I love from Plato, and it's in the timaeus, I think he talks of Thomas sign this awakening up and the recognition that something is missing. And I think that awakening is one of the most beautiful things in the world because I think when you're awake and you lose your familiarity with what you thought was naturally there and grounded forever. But at the same time, you begin to perceive the strangeness of where you are and receive it in a different kind of way. And I mean, when you think about language and you think about consciousness. It's just incredible to think that we can make any sounds that can reach over across to each other at all. Because I mean, I think the beauty of being human is that we are incredibly intimately near each other. We know about each other. But yet we don't we do not know are never can know. What it's like inside another person, like Maya Angelou said at one time that even lovers who lie side by side think different thoughts and pasta and his beautiful novel of resurrection, doctor Shiva, says nothing isolates a person from another person so much as the species of their perception. And like that's why I think that tosh is such an amazing thing. And why you know I've seen the work that I do now sometimes people dying to change and they want to change. And some change their work, they change where they live, all the rest of it. And often all they do is end up becoming more of the same as they were before. And I think that the primary radical subversive way of changing is to change the way you think. And often to these poor humans who come and go listening to me, I give them this exercise, which I think I've tried to do for myself. I think it's a very interesting exercise. Is to recognize that there are 7. Let's just say 7. 7 fundamental thoughts that actually structure and ground, you are foundation of meaning, and to find out what they are, and take a white page, and over weeks or months to see what are the 7 thoughts that I really think, and that I always subtly are implicitly come back to. And then when you've written them down, leave them alone for a few months. And then ask yourself again, because I have been so faithfully married to these 7th hearts for all these years. Where are the other 7 that I've never even flirted with? I have had an affair with. And then when you get them written down, then you get a relook at the way you're taught world is actually constructed. Because the mystery of thought is that it's where otherness strangeness dislocation intimacy and belonging comes home. It's the biggest mirror we have, and it's amazing, you know? Here are my sitting in front of you now looking at your face. You're looking at mine. And yet neither of us have ever seen our own faces, and that in some way thought is the face that we put on the meaning that we feel, and that we struggle with, and that the world is always larger and more intense and stranger than our best thought will ever reach. And that's the mystery of poetry, is poetry tries to draw alongside the mystery as its emerging, and somehow bring it into presence and into birth. And I'm at read another poem. Now, and this is a poem about birth, it's called, I try to write 15 sonnets on the structure of the rosary. And this. Is the nativity, which is the birth of Christ, and I also used it. As an archetype for all kinds of birth, because I think that scene is birth really consciousness. So this is the nativity. No man reaches where the moon touches a woman. Even the moon leaves her when she opens, deeper into the ripple in her womb that encircles dark to become flesh and bone. Someone is coming ashore inside her. A face deciphers itself from water, and she carves around the gathering wave, opening to offer the life it craves. In a corner stall of pilgrim's strangers, she falls and heaves, holding a tide of tears. A red wire of pain feeds through every vein until night on weaves and the child reaches dawn. Outside each other now, she sees him first. Flesh of our flesh, her dreamt son, safe on earth. What do you mean when you write that everyone is an artist? I mean that everyone is involved whether they like it or not in the construction of their world. I could ground this phenomenological fear in the sense that phenomenologically consciousness is always consciousness of something. And there is no fixed world out there. The world is coming towards you and your coming towards it and between the two of you, you actually construct the wireless. So it's never as given as it actually looks. You're always shaping it and building it. And you're entering it in a different kind of way every time. And I feel that from that perspective that each of us an artist. Secondly, I believe that everyone has imagination. Do you know the way some people say, oh, that's all right for the artistically crown. But I'm not imaginative. I don't believe that for two reasons. One is. That no matter how mature an adult and sophisticated a person might seem, that person is still essentially annexed baby. And as children, we all lived in an imaginal world. You know, when you beto, don't cross that wall because there's monsters over there. My God, the world you would create on the other side of the wall. You know, and like when you'd ask questions like, why is the sky blue or where does God live or all this kind of stuff? One of the first times I was coming to America I said to my little niece who was 7. I said what will I bring you from Americans? And her father said, no, ask them, are you one case anything? In case you turned to me and said, what's in it? Which I thought was a great question about America. So that child writing and secondly like that every night when we sleep we dream. And a dream is a sophisticated imaginative text, full of figures and drama that we sing to ourselves. So I believe the deep and the heart of each.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"More back to triple tap and at the back of the field, it's timeless bounty. Flight line, sailing away, coming to the quarter pole, opening up a length and a half on team merchants, baby Yoda, trying to get off the rail and behind them doctor shovel, triple tap is last as flight line turns it on at the top of the stretch and he's in cruise control flight line a superstar is dominating the run happy Malibu and he's going to turn this into his easiest win yet flight line, jogging home under flavian Pratt wins by a distance. So flight line absolutely annihilates a pretty good field. I'm not a contrarian by nature. It's not my nature at all in the world. If anything, I'm probably too much of a sheep with the pack. But watching that race, first of all, when they break from the gate, he does not come out all that quick, right? And he's kind of like you don't even see him almost behind the floor at the start. And my initial thought was, good. He's going to have to work now. He's going to be off the pace, right? Or at least things just didn't break right for him. And you know, the reason that is is because obviously he has not really been tested yet. Now he came from just behind last time out and got a one 17 bris number. I think he followed up with a one 14 briz here, and I won 18 buyer. But we'll get to all that in a second. But I'm not rooting against the horse in any way. I have nothing for or against him. I just, I was this weirdly happy to see that, okay, he didn't come out great, so he's going to have to kind of not only earn it because it's his first time up at this class level, but he's, you know, he's going to have to work for it. He's not just going to get a handed to him up on the front end. So he does end up making the lead though. And, you know, after that little bit of a bad start and a little bumping, gets to the front, 22 flat, 44 and two, and he's just cruising on the turn. They get to the quarter pole and say on our. Ball game over. Doctor Shiva starts to make a little bit of a move up on the outside at about the three eighths pole, but really, I mean, it's so funny to watch. This is a skill that I finally feel like I'm getting better at. Years and years of watching races. I really think that I've gotten better at kind of seeing how a horse is traveling and early on and how they're going to because everybody knows what a horse is all in and the riders shove and they're backing up. But when a horse is, you know, it just didn't regular stride with the rider. I feel like I've got a lot better at that. Identifying kind of okay. Traveling really good are always not traveling so good. And as I said in the breeders cup, I thought duck Shiva was a winner every step of the race. Like he just always looked like he was traveling well, until he got caught. And this one, you could tell, especially going into the turn and at the three 8s there, he wasn't really gaining on the leader, and as he's starting to get urged upon and work harder to try to gain on a leader, the leaders up there, just doing it really easily. And, you know, by the time they turned for home, he had opened up and then it was just it was over. And I'm usually not I'm usually not someone who's that impressed with like front running going away wins. Just 'cause I think sometimes they get exaggerated a little bit and what have you, but and so my initial contrarian reaction was like, oh, okay, yeah, crushed them, but doctor shield didn't really fire and baby Yoda. He and he really good and triple tap didn't really do a lot of run and he was beaten 18 lengths. You know, hashtag who did he beat, right? Which is the only contrarian thing you could maybe come up with in that race. And I hate that I was like thinking of that. But I think with horse racing, especially looking at race, like it's almost built in for me now to try and do that because I just want to poke holes in favorites because to me that's where a lot of the money is. And it's not a, it's not a knock on the horse, it's not a knock on anything. It's just that's my theory of how I want to approach looking at the races. But as a host and fan it even as a horse player, you know, watching the race again and watching the reactions of everybody because, you know, that's another thing. I always think everybody kind of blows smoke towards these kind of performances. But this was one of those performances that was smoke worthy. I mean, it was a grade one field, a great one race, with a legitimate breeders cup sprint type. I don't want to say winner because you didn't win, but you know type who would really come in there and never had a really bad race in a long time, if ever and completely dusted a good horse like that. How often do we see the bob alford horse like triple tap, who was an impressive debut winner, hundred bris net number optional claimer, second win from way off the pace, that was that breeders cup. I think it was the first race of the day on British cup Saturday where everybody was just like, oh, what is this thing? And then and make even that horse just look completely helpless. You know, there's just nothing to do with marvel at what he did. And the numbers of course all came back huge. Everybody is immediately excited. I mean, everybody was excited about flight line, but to me, the hype and the excitement factor went up fivefold after this race because this was the first stakes test, right? Like, yes, he was brutally impressive in those first couple of starts. But you just don't know until, you know. And we now know. John Sadler's obviously got to be excited. The folks at the summer wind, honus, West Point, the Terry Finland saw the winner's circle. I mean, he was borderline speechless. And I don't know how you can't be..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"I didn't look at the forecast so I don't know how much they knew or didn't know it seemed like a lot of people who I trust who are generally not reactionary crazy types thought that the information was there ahead of time to maybe make the call earlier instead of later. Certainly, the track by doing that you're going to give up some money and handle, but you're also not going to piss people off. Actually, I think, you're going to Pis people off because some people will think, oh, you know, there's going to be some people that are vocal that you can't cancel in advance. But I just think that changing things in advance and maybe being wrong is probably a lot better than not changing them and then having to take stuff off and pay out all. I think that really, really upsets folks more. Again, it's a no win situation when it comes to whether somebody's always going to be negative effect negatively affected. You know, the track, the gamblers, the horseman, somebody's going to be negatively affected when there's weather issues. And I think most people understand like there's just you can't do much about weather, but you can for at least I guess it depends on where you're at, but you can reasonably predict it. And especially when it's coming sooner and later. But anyways, but the opening day festivities it was nice to watch. I always I'm unabashed, saying I need a fan. And so I love seeing the racing from there going. I was talking to Frank Dave, I guess, Christmas Eve. I talked to him for a little bit and he was obviously ready and raring to go. It's a special day for him as a local Los Angeles guy. All eyes on the Malibu stakes, the three year old event and a flight line ends up going off is your two to 5 favorite doctor Shiva ends up going off and almost four to one, three and a half to one and I was thinking that that price was pretty tasty for a horse that has been pretty awesome. Triple tap, you're clear third choice at 5 to one, big double digit prices, everyone else, including baby Yoda who ends up going off at 16 to one. Let's take a listen back to Frank's call of the.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Ever since he's cleaned up he's he's back to be in the magic tent sarma. Yeah. He's a guy that you can not quantify what he does. It's like shoemaker that you say, nobody can figure out what he's doing. They just run out of their minds for the guy. And with Kent, it's very similar. You don't give him instructions. And sometimes listening to his post race interviews can be a little painful because he tends to invent words and so on. I mean, I tell you one thing this guy can ride and he's right now mentally physically and I think he could have a very good winner here. Yeah, he's come up with some great phrases over the years and some like you said that maybe weren't even actual words. I can remember talking to him about excellent meeting. Do you remember her for Bob Baffert when she ran in The Kentucky Derby? I think she was a golden eagle horse. She was. Yeah. And I remember he coined her as the the big nasty is what he called her. And that's just a name that's always stuck with me when I thought about it. She was my favorite Philly of all time, by the way. And I just fell in love with her and I can remember when he said that to me and I said, yeah, you know what? Big nasty. It just kind of fits for her. Yeah. Well, you wrote it down, obviously. So. Exactly. Well, let's move on to the three grade ones now. And they are loaded with quality. You have race number 8, which is the grade one la brea. It'll be followed by the tenth race, the grade one run happy Malibu and then the American oaks to cap it off as race number 11. That is the biggest field of any of the greatest stakes with 11 horses entered, but we'll start with the la brea 7 three year old Phillies private mission for Bob Baffert looking to make amends for that effort in the breeders cup just staffer. She just really didn't show up. I know for whatever reason I've never really heard a tangible excuse say obviously that was a very tough race. She was about ten and a half to one, but she had been on a three game winning streak coming into that and then just fell apart around the far turn. I do think it's a big plus in flavian Pratt writes her back. She she'll probably I'm sure she's going to go favored. John Sadler, to me, has got the now horse here, actually cash a little bet on her breeders cup, we could dull our November 3rd living my best life now granted she was held by the favorite stumbling leaving the gate. So she found herself on a pretty comfortable lead, but she is really sharp right now and so many handicappers they like courses cutting back and distance from a flat mile to 7 8 and that's what living my best life is doing here. John Tucker from maiden 50, first time out back on April 8th in Oakland and she's come right along. You know, she's going to get a big test for class here, but I'll tell you what, I think she's got a great shot. Nice, nice outside post position. And we'll see if private mission cutting back out of three consecutive routes can get the job done and it sure looks like she's training well. See a couple three bullets on her tab are two since the breeders cup. So we'll have to wait and see, but I would kind of make it those two and I might take a little shot with living my best life kind of the now commodity drawn well and I love want Hernandez. I really do. Yeah, John sailor is going to join me in the next segment to talk about living my best life. He'll also talk about flight line. You want to talk about it now a horse. This is a horse who has just been brilliant in his two lifetime starts. He's going in the grade one Malibu. Likely favorite in that race, 7 three year old boy set to go. Is it flight line and everybody else or is he going to get a bit of a test today? Or tomorrow? Well, could get a bit of a test. I mean, you got doctor Shiva, who, I mean, if you saw that nose beat in the reader's cup sprint, where Wayne catalano is aloha west came and got him. I mean, that redefined heartbreak and then doctor shy looks back in front of jump after the wire and throughout the gallop out into the Clubhouse term, but they pay right on the line and he came up a no short there. Doctor scheibel, I mean, if he wins this, I think he's your clips award sprinter. He had won 5 in a row going into that breeder's cup sprint. He's a really, really talented horse. But flight line is, I said my take advance. He's just freakishly good. I mean, he's a stone freak and because of that, John has really had to give him time. He's broke his maiden first time out Beck on April 24th by ten links and pardon me by 13 and a quarter links. Then he gave them all the way to September 5th at the end of del mar and they bring him back again at 6 furlongs. He wins by 12 and three quarters and he's 20 cents on the dollar. And he's now won both his races by a combined 26 links and he.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Three. Well, first of all, they do not have one to three. So one to two. Okay, if they have one to three, then you know something more than I do as far as the tote system Southern California. Okay. One to two. I agree with everything you said. By the way, it's intriguing here that flavian Pratt has the regular writer for doctor Shiva flight line and triple tap. He's the only he's the only writer that flight line or triple tap have seen. And he's been on doctor shibe, each of his last 5 starts. So as Mel Brooks said in history of the world, it's good to be the king. And that's where flavian Pratt is right now in Southern California. He chooses flight line. I can't blame him for choosing flight line. I guess if you're going to take a negative look at flight line, like reasons to not like him. Well, he is facing tougher company for the first time. He's also running without Lasix for the first time. Whereas doctor Schiff has been running regularly without Lasix, and I don't think triple tap has ever raced with Lasix. So flight line is going to have to try to do it without the medication Lasix for the first time. If you don't think that's an issue, I don't think you can lose. My honest opinion is, this is the best three year old in the country. I'm not saying he can beat a central quality going a mile in an 8th of a mile in a quarter, or he could have beaten Medina Spirit in The Kentucky Derby or whatever. I think this horse is the fastest three year old in the country. All of those other ones, whether you're a hot rod, Charlie fan, a central quality fan, Medina Spirit, life is good. This horse is faster. I think both of his races are faster than any of the other three year olds have ever run. And I think it's better than any of these horses can run. The other thing that I think he has going for him is he's got another pretty good post. He's drawn near the outside, the two horses directly outside of him team merchants and triple tap. I don't think are nearly as fast as him early on. So he's either going to be on the lead or stalking from the outside again, so he should have a trouble free trip. I agree with you. I think one to two is about as high as it could possibly get for flight line. He's going to open up at one to 9 one to 5 once again. Listen, if you want to beat him, if you like doctor Shiva or you like triple tap you like any of these other ones, you're going to get a better price than whatever the morning line says. Doctor Shiva will most likely be higher than 5 to two at post time. Everything is going to go on flight line. He's the headliner in this spot. And I think he's going to continue on his winning ways. I like him just like you do, Dave, in the grade one Malibu race ten on the Sunday card. Really interested in just watching him run, and seeing how good he is. Final race that we're going to look at, the grade one American oaks, $300,000 on the line for the three year old Phillies. They go a mile and a quarter on the turf field of 11. We heard in the rejoin going global winning the grade one del mar oaks boy going global has done almost nothing wrong since arriving in this country. She has won 7 a rather 6 of her 7 starts since arriving in Southern California and she will be favored once again. Yeah, a deserving favorite and probably the most likely winner. Just love Santa Anita four for the track. Beat older last time, including a couple pretty good ones in Zohu and princess grace. And every race is a good one. You're getting that a effort, maybe a minus effort every time a repeat of last time out is going to put going global in the winter circle. If she backs up just a little bit though, this is a pretty good race. I think Chad brown's fluffy socks on the rail is possible coming off a win in the grade two sands point at Belmont park had a pretty good summer in New York running second in a grade three race at Saratoga, faced some good ones in a grade three at Belmont and was third in a grade one to go in global and closing remarks at del mar in August. There's a terrific price of the morning line is to believed with number four nicest 8 to one for the daughter of American pharaoh, who I'm just not gonna knock ran into a couple of really good horses in a grade one at chemo to in October and came back last time faced older and was third and 5 horse field, but only missed by a half length against pretty good horses in a grade three at del mar. I will be using all three of those. I think going global is the most likely winner. I'll probably end up betting nicest. Okay, so you like going global, but you also like nicest in the race. I went to the inside and the Chad Brown trainee fluffy socks like the inside post. Yes, she was beaten by going global two starts back in that del mar oaks, but only beaten by about a length and a half that day. I like the post position for her. And I think those are the two that are the likeliest of winners I would use both of them fluffy socks and glowing global. But for the price I'm going to put fluffy socks on top. All 14 races in the books. It's time now.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Great ones. And such. So it didn't really have a I mean, honestly, the speed figures for the three were better than they had with bob, but you know, to shorts obviously a contender in this race. The other horse I wanted to mention in this particular event, not above the law, down toward the inside and, you know, Peter Miller, we're seeing now trainers who are taking over him. I think it was Renee and somewhere at Oakland and Ruben alvarado, who, I guess, his longtime assistant is one for 6. He's got a positive ROI, so he wanted a little bit of a price. But it can be interesting to see how the Peter Miller's horse is fair and the post Peter Miller racing world. Which is assuming that he's not still very much part of the day to today, so. Who knows? I'm sure there's I'm sure there's some roving journalists out there asking all these questions that I have. The la brea for the three year old Philly's. 7 furlongs, which is always kind of interesting. And I love him for long races, by the way. Just always a favorite of my calypso comes back for the buffer bar and had that really, really bad effort at Churchill bled that day. And I forget where and what the Lasix rules are, every which way, but I noticed that none of the horses in here have Lasix so I'm assuming it's kind of a no go for a lot of these stakes races, but then some of the other stakes races I thought they had them in is it only the graded stakes races or I look at I swear I saw an L next to some of the stakes horses. But maybe I'm not. Maybe it's just not allowed anymore. I truly don't remember what the Lasix rules are. But a horse who bled last time and ran really bad calypso is going to be running again without Lasix, right? So it's going to be interesting to see how that plays out because they gave that was back on Derby weekend and we haven't seen her since. It's been working very sharply in the mornings. 5 bullets out of the last 7 workouts. Batford also has private mission who's another one who's coming off a really bad defeat. Remember that distaff, of course, it was a complete and utter pace meltdown and this was the horse that let it went 44 and four broke from the inside and so made sense was going to try to outgun those once the turn, but you know just completely out of gas as were all the frontrunners that day. Mandela sent out Missy P, who we haven't seen since back in June. This one was a really good maiden winner before a decent second against list at stakes and then tried the turf and didn't go quite as well. So it gets back to the main track, but then living my best life is what a couple of smaller stakes they're kind of looking to step up. Obviously, private mission is, I suppose the one to be, but you're having to be forgiving off what I guess was kind of an anomaly race in terms of the pace and the meltdown. I mean, that was like a that was a meltdown of biblical proportions in that breeder's cup to staff. They got a little hillside race in between the stakes races, its card has raced 9. And then the Malibu stakes, of course, the big feature and to flight line or not flight line, as I said, I said yesterday I thought flight line would be made the favorite doctor Shiva would be the second choice and the outside runner of triple tap would be the third choice. Morning line maker John white or no, I said baby, did I say baby Yoda would be third choice? Maybe I was wrong. But I was right on the top too. He made flight line four to 5. And again, I think the buzz around flight line is, there's buzz on every big first time starter winner. But I have not seen the high end buzz about a horse. I guess I would be concert tour kind of had a little bit, but half of that was just swift talking about it every day on Twitter. I think flight line, the buzz seems legitimate. And I think the morning line, which it seems a little crazy, right? Like a horse who's a maiden winner and an optional claiming winner is taking on a legitimate grade one, multiple grade one winner who just missed the breeders cup sprint. It seems a little odd that one would be four to 5, and one would be 5 to two. In one being the horse that has just but the brilliance and the speed figures and hype and the workouts and all of it, it makes sense that John why did that? And that's why I said I thought he would make the horse the favorite. I think the horse will be favored over doctor shivu. But like in my head, I'm also like, you know, could he be like the greatest thing since sliced bread? Sure, but do I want two and a half times the price on a horse who's pretty damn proven and, you know, it's great multiple grade one winner. Kind of like that idea too. So it's gonna be interesting to see how that all shakes out particularly with the bedding and obviously triple tap is not to be overlooked to straight wins. It's going to be coming probably from off the pace. You would think. You know, the thing with this race is that, you know, doctor Shiva, he went to the lead that last time, but he kind of wasn't on the lead and he kind of inherited because of that rain thing. And so I got to think flight line just goes for broke here. I don't think he wants to hook up with doctor Chevrolet maybe that's where what he needs to do here at this point his career because like I said, the expectations could not be higher going into the Malibu for doctor Shiva. People are people are on the air for flight line, rather people are on that train. The 11th race, the American oaks, formerly, of course, a summertime race at Hollywood park, now a wintertime race at San Anita and I think if I remember right, isn't this now the last graded stakes race for a restricted three year old of the year? They used to run them, did they used to have a new year? They used to have a New Year's Day when it called her and I'm pretty sure there's got to be some early season three year old ones, but I remember there was always the first Derby race of the year it's always seemed like it was called her on New Year's Day, but Chad Brown does have a fluffy socks, but you know I was thinking about the whole breeders cup thing, I'll keep them around, but this horse hadn't been over. The British kept stayed back in New York to train and we haven't seen this one since the sands point in the fall and Chad now giving Mike Smith the leg up too, which I was talking to somebody recently about, you know, Mike Smith, and I kind of feel like, you know, Johnny V the other day at Gulfstream, it was a Sunday. You know, if it's a non steak's day and it kind of makes sense that he would maybe have a little bit of a slower day, but doesn't it seem like with Johnny V making the move?.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Just Jason shows. Schedule. But during the holidays, I don't like to book too many guess because like I said, but Wally ran into him talk to him and he was like, yeah, I'd love to do it. And he got a book out. Trying to sell a book. So we'll do that. But quick little talk about the Malibu, which was entered, which was drawn. I should say, and a field of 7. And as I said, I was kind of going through there like, oh, baby Yoda oh, time was about it. What's the one on the mountain your sprint? Okay, stiletto boy at then I got to doctor Shiva, who I have maintained. I think it's just a monster. And he was my best opinion on the breeders cup, strongest opinion, and do you guys know the rest? Just got snatched right at the wire. So I see his name and then I had forgotten the flight line showing up at flight line is drawn right outside of doctor shy. Now flight line, obviously, at least in his first couple races has been a little speedier on the doctor travel. But doctor shy was pretty quick too, right? Like he can go sub 22 if he needs to. And so I'm really curious how this race is going to play out because you have, in my opinion, one of the best. I mean, everybody's opinion what you have to say, doctor shy was one of the best sprinters in the country at this point. One the Bing Crosby, won the sandiest print in a walk. I know there was that weird equipment rain thing. And then he should have won the briefcase. Caught late. He's indisputably one of the best sprinters in the country. And when the del mar for charity last year and he's against he's running against one of the most hyped horses that I can remember, like legit, no joke. Flight line at this point. I mean, he was big height before the first win, he was off for a little while there he came back. He was, he got a one 17 bris number for that effort. Like that's just bonkers. And it's an optional claiming group. So we got to take what is, but the workouts and the hype are real for this horse and we are going to I think we're going to see a showdown. And maybe flight line just buries him. Who knows? I think doctor Shia was amazing, but on numbers numbers, I mean, one 17 makes doctor shivu look like me running against Usain Bolt. Maybe not that dramatic, but you know you get the idea. So really curious, first, curious what John white's going to do with the morning line. I would think flight line is favored, right? Based off the hype based off every $1 million yearling. Verona's racing in West Point. All the big names are there. But he's also running against the multiple grade one winner who almost just won the British cap sprint. So I gotta take flight lines favored clear second choice. And then after that, like is it, is it baby Yoda that's third choice? Triple taps probably gotta be up there too, right? It's funny because I feel like in a normal year triple tap is probably pretty well regarded in this race and he'll be rolling this race, but he's got the perfect resume so far. Johnny V's into ride. John, if he was riding at a Gulfstream the other day, that was kind of cool to get to see him, but obviously he's going to be based out in Southern California and this is why, to ride horses like triple tap for baffert. Very much looking forward to that and as I said, we'll talk a lot about those races coming up this weekend. Fun opening day card at sandy. It's one of the best traditions in racing in my opinion, the opening day, sandy a card, the day after Christmas. We will wrap up this edition of the program. Big thanks to you guys for joining us, looking forward to talking to Wally Hennessey tomorrow and we'll have some other racing talk as well. Of course. And we will see you guys back tomorrow. Everybody have a great rest of your Tuesday..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"My shudder cam rant for doctor scheifele, but it came into play here and I felt like we all knew the result a little bit better because of what we learned in the doctor shivu, you know, versus aloha west replay. But the delmar replay in the delmar pan camera in general is a little bit before the wire. In fact, it's I would argue a little ways before the wire. And so you always kind of have to favor the inside a little bit because there's even this race, it looked watching it live like the ten one pretty clearly and then you see that lower angle came and it actually looks like the 11 one and then the result come up and the ten one and it's kind of similar to exactly what happened in the sprint in terms of again live. I thought aloha west got up and then I saw the thing and I thought, well, doctor Shiva won. This is the greatest day of my life because I told everybody he was going to win. And then they put a blow I asked. You know, so like I said, I'll save that. Tomorrow will probably be rant day. Today is going to be just a recap these few races day, but a huge upset. You know, again, I talked about this last week. Like, I'm never, you know, I don't follow the racing in Japan. I'm never going to know I'm going to have to rely on friends and that follow that racing to talk about in fact, I'd say my two best European opinions were based on what Friends said because I didn't know. But this was obviously a huge upset with martial Lorraine for the Japanese connections, at least a trainer in racing. Murphy coming over to ride this one and a huge ten short of 50 to one end up paying one on one 80. And wins by nos over Dunbar wrote. I mean, the pace obviously completely bonkers, 21 and four, 44 and four, yes, the course was fast, but 21 and four with not only 21 four, but private mission kind of, you know, the truth and she dares the devil right on her heels. And as time goes by kind of found, I thought a pretty good spot, but I mean, this was like the definition of a fall apart race, right? Like the horses who were one, two, three, four, 5, 6 early, finished in the back 6 spots. And the horses who were 8th 9th or 7th 8th 9th tenth 11th all finished first through 5th. It was a true fall apart race. It did seem that the horses who got a little bit of a jump on Claire and royal flag benefited, but it was such a close scramble. They all had their chance in mid stretch, and they were fanned so far across the track. You know, when it's two horses battling, you really get a good perception of the depth of who's in front who's not. But when they're spread out and they're 5 deep, it was like, you really had a rooting interest. If you had clear air royal flag mallet Dunbar road or Marshall rain. Obviously, more people had Mali thought in the next most ad royal flag and so on. But just a mad scramble and again, I thought Dunbar rode it when I saw the replay, the shutter camp, but Mars Lorraine, with the upset, I think Chad Brown was quoted afterwards saying one of the toughest beats he's ever had, obviously, you know, it's a major major race. It's a horse he's had for quite a while. It's a dirt race, which I don't, I don't think those mean anymore to him, then the turf races, but I'm sure, you know, he likes to have a diverse resume and this certainly would have added to that. His dirt resume is fine. I still, you know, I know he's great at turf. I think he's very good at dirt. I think it's just the greatness on turf sometimes overshadows that. But yeah, this was wild. It was so wild. You're exactly came back $513, 49 to one over 12 to one. You're a 50 cent trifecta $2000. Time super 2200. Man. Big, big upset, a huge separator in all the late bets. You know, because you're talking about, we had some favorites in this late sequences. You know, in the mile, I kept calling space blue spaceballs. The movie. But, you know, you had that was the favorite. Form for, right? And your beer was certainly not a long shot Knicks go was certainly not a long shot. But with that 50 to one in there, your late pick four pays 4400. Obviously, a tough force to get and from an odd standpoint, but also I think so many people betting on it just not entirely familiar with the horse as we are with Dunbar road in Mali thought, clear who we've seen here domestically. Throughout the year. And yeah, big win for a martial rain. Well, why don't we wrap that up here? Like I said, we'll talk a lot of breeders kept throughout the week. I haven't decided if we'll do any guests or not. I'm hoping to do at least one guest throughout the week, just to kind of mix things up. But with traveling and all that doing the jury and stuff is not going to happen this week, but we'll, you know, we'll get you all squared away. We'll talk a lot of breeders cup fun. Really appreciate you guys tuning in. Hope you had a good breeder's cup and we'll talk more about it tomorrow. Everybody have a great rest of your Monday..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

Relationship Advice

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

"Chase for having me. And I've loved just being able to talk with you today. So you can find me on Instagram that is main platform that I'm on. I tad doctor Shiva or through my website, doctor Shiva Sara dot com. If you're interested in therapy or code chain or just learning more about self confidence and wellness, and then what I would leave you with is, you know, we talked about a lot. Today, and so, as we've already said, this is easier, something done, but not allowing all of this to overwhelm you and really seeing it as is there one thing that I can start intentionally focusing on today, either related to my self confidence or my relationships. And identifying just one small stuff you can take. So if it's around your confidence, what is one small thing that you can do today? If it's around your relationships, what is one small skill that maybe you can start practicing and starting from there and recognizing that it takes time and you will you will get there with time and just the patients and the passion with yourself. Well, our listeners can find all the links in your website at ido podcast dot com and in the show notes and thanks again for coming on the show. Thank you so much. Take care everyone. Thank you guys so much for tuning into today's episode. As always, all the links to the guest as well as any of their recommendations will be in the show notes page. You can find the link to that in the episode description or by going to I do podcast dot com. Click on the podcast tab up at the top and you will have access to all the episodes that we've ever done. There are over 300 of them. And while you're on our website, if you haven't checked out our free 14 day happy couple challenge, we really hope you do. It's a free email challenge that we send to you. It's 14 days of fun, easy, doable challenges to help strengthen and improve your relationship. And if you're looking for something that provides a little more help with working on your relationship, whether it's improving intimacy or communication with your partner or just bringing the spark back. We would love for you guys to check out our online course, spark, my relationship, we're offering a $100 off to all of our listeners if you go to spark my relationship dot com slash unlock. We've worked with over 15 psychologists and therapists to create the real life tools and strategies that they are teaching their clients. So we wanted to give them to you. It's a self paced online course that can be done in as little as a month or up to three months. You can really decide how much or how little you want to do with your partner. Or maybe just yourself. So we hope you guys check that out. It's a spark, my relationship dot com,.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

Relationship Advice

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

"Shape in a way that we would never respond to other people. And usually there are ways that aren't ultimately accurate. So we're seeing things to ourselves that are more extreme that are that are not accurate or indicative of the specific situations that we're in. There are just incredibly more critical or negative. And so in that time, I typically ask individuals to really spend the time and start to question those thoughts. Challenge those thoughts really scrutinize the thoughts before you believe that. So oftentimes what ends up happening is when we don't question our thoughts and maybe, you know, if you're listening, maybe you've never done that, right? Maybe you've just believed the thoughts that you've had. And that is usually what happened when we don't pause the question. I'm usually we treat our thoughts as facts. And we just believe them to be true. And so by questioning them, you're really looking to see, is this thought a thought, but I'm having or is this a fast? Is this a 100% true? So I'll give you an example. Because I recognize it may feel a little abstract. But let's say I'm working on myself confidence and I thought that comes up for me when I'm being evaluated or I'm in a new situation is I'm not qualified. I'm not qualified to be on this podcast interview. I'm not qualified to be applying for this job. And so asking yourself about moments, probably letting yourself go with that thought and then maybe experience other emotions, such as anxiety or sadness and then responding in a way that doesn't serve you. Asking yourself in that moment, okay, is this a thought or is this a fact? Is it a fact that I'm not qualified? And what evidence do I have? What evidence do I have that I'm not qualified? What evidence do I have that I am qualified? So when I ask my clients and even for myself, when you ask yourself what evidence in your looking for the evidence, I usually tell people imagine that you are in the court of law. And the judge asks you, Shiva, what evidence do you have that you're not qualified? I can't in that moment say, well, I feel this way, right? Because my feelings are valid, but they're also subjective. I can't say, I think that I think of myself as not being qualified. I have to give tangible evidence. Things that both you and I would see as being evidence and facts. So maybe it's, I haven't gotten that experience in this area. So I've never maybe done an interview. Or maybe if we're thinking about the other side, maybe it's the positive evidence could be I've gone through graduate training in this specific area, right? It's identifying that for yourself. In addition to the evidence, I think another part of really self confidence work is I would say I'll share two more things. I think is allowing yourself to, you know, allowing yourself an intentionally speaking your strengths. So things that you do well at things that are part of your inherent strengths, who you are as a person. And spending time in every day, maybe identifying two to three strengths, things that you have to offer or things that have gone well for you. And I think that's important because a lot of times when we're thinking of improving ourselves confidence, we are usually focusing on all the negatives, right? All the areas that we want to change. And I typically tell people we can't improve ourselves confidence that they're only thinking about all their negatives, right? How can we improve our self confidence if we're not accurately even viewing ourselves? So awkwardly viewing what we have to offer strength. So we do well at. And then maybe also viewing our areas of growth. And so to be able to make changes we need to be able to view ourselves accurately. And more objectively. And then I think the other part of this is also just practicing self compassion. So I know many people are probably familiar with self compassion work, but I think it is incredibly helpful, especially when you're focusing on yourself confidence of really asking yourself in this moment when I don't feel qualified or have this thought or I'm feeling anxious, whatever it may be. How would I respond rather than responding critically to myself, how would I respond to a friend in a similar situation? Ritual loved one, or to my child or whoever may be, and how can I learn? How can I offer those same statements, those same ways that I would respond to them to myself and the song? So how can I treat myself like I would have from? As I mentioned, a lot of times we respond incredibly more critically than we would respond to anyone else. And by taking that time to really identify how we would respond to someone else, that's not only going to help us and feeling better, but it's also a more accurate response. We're giving ourselves the support that we deserve based on that circumstance. So we're not allowing our emotions or past histories to dictate how we're going to respond to ourselves. We're responding based on how we would normally respond objectively by. I know that was a lot of that I included there, but I do think that there's different ways to really focus on yourself confidence. But I would say for anyone listening from wanting to start, I think starting with just your thoughts and really paying attention to them. One other thing that shared cases when we're also thinking about our thoughts, a lot of times I'll hear from clients. Will Shiva. I feel like I need to be hard on myself. Because then I'm going to become content that I'm not going to push myself. And if that is the belief that's coming up for you, I would encourage you to really take inventory and try to ask yourself, you know, what is the real impact of this belief? Is it actually helping me to become more qualified or more confident or whatever maybe? And also recognizing that with the research supports is that when we when we treat ourselves with more compassion when we're more kind to ourselves, when we treat ourselves ultimately more accurately, view ourselves not holistically, we're actually able to be more resilient to go after those things that we're wanting to go after. So it really does help with confidence. And so recognizing that it's not as a belief that's setting in the way you really want to even think about challenging that belief in the function that you've associated with self criticism. Just because we think something doesn't mean it's true and doctor Shiva, you've given us in our listeners so much great information, things to think about today really appreciate it. Before we wrap up, can you tell our listeners where they can find you online? And if there's anything you want to leave them with or maybe that we skipped over and then we'll say goodbye. Thank you so much,.

"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

Relationship Advice

17:37 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

"Same. Hi guys, hope you're having a great day, thanks for tuning in. Got a great show for you today where we welcome doctor Shiva azar, doctor Shiva is a licensed clinical.