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"dr mick peterson" Discussed on In The Gate

In The Gate

13:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr mick peterson" Discussed on In The Gate

"Break. Let's consider the secret life of the innermost nesting doll living, most of her life in the dock inside the other nesting Dole's. He has plenty of time to think if we could sadly, she has no brain, however, when in a most nesting dole, his the gyco not only saves people money, but also has been providing great service for over seventy five years. She thinks it's obvious. You should switch because. Yes. Switching to Geico is a no brainer in a most nesting Dollond her lot in life. Welcome back to the podcast. It was supposed to be a blow out weekend. At Santa Anita with the big cap and the San Felipe bay as the headliners on a big stakes weekend but on Saturday March night. Mario Gutierrez was riding in Arkansas. Mike Smith was in New York and flabby on Pratt. Who's one six graded stakes? This year wasn't writing. In fact, he hasn't ridden a race since March third right before the great race place suspended racing for two weeks. Now think about it in many businesses nowadays. There are almost always work arounds. Maybe you can work from home. If something's missing the office. Maybe you travel a lot for your job. So if one or two clients drop, you you simply move onto the others. But in the racetrack world, there are jockey colonies, the group of regulars who don't just ride the big stakes but all the daily races that allow people to make a living. It's not really feasible for a jockey in California to bring his tack to Arkansas for two full weeks. And try to take rides away from the rest of the colony big stakes days or different those are one day things. So how do jockeys and their agents cope when there's a disruption like the one at Santa Anita? Usually we like talking with the riders themselves on this show. They're the ones you all know. But I think we'll learn more by chatting with a jockey's agent. So since we mentioned flabby on Pratt. Let's chat with his agent. Derek lawson? Thanks so much for being here. Hearing that news that the track would be closed must have been like Marvin the Martian saying, oh, don't mind the earth. It'll be gone in just a few minutes at blocks. My view of Venus like you just assume the earth is always going to be there and thanks to Bugs Bunny. It still is floppy on. And you must assume that Santa Anita will be racing. So what did you think when you heard what was happening, right? And that's the point is at the first half of the year. The the challenge of Joel. Dario coming out to southern California has just boost our competitive spirits and Jesus and against. Writing really well, and I've been finding him good horses to ride. So it's been a good a good two months. Now, we're. March. But nonetheless hearing that news that the track would be closed must have been like Marvin the Martian saying, oh, don't mind the earth. It'll be gone just a few minutes, at blocks, my view of Venus. I mean, just like you assume the earth is always going to be there and thanks to Bugs Bunny. It still is floppy on a new must assume that Santa Anita will be there, of course. And unfortunately, we've had an unprecedented amount of rain that took place we lost at the time. When all this rain was falling. Dennis Moore decided to not work at Santa Anita anymore. So there was a new individual taking over possibly between the race track management and the people in charge of the racetrack. They may have made some mistakes, but they'll get it organized. It's like anything else they received the criticism it stings, but they're on their way back. They're working their way back track looks outstanding. And so the problem we'll get. We'll get rectified what did floppy on any other writer with whom you've come in contact and the other horsemen with whom you've come in contact say about the condition of the track. Did they ever say? Hey, this might not be so good right now. It happened the last week and a half. Because Fleming was never complaining about the track or anything else. But in the last week and a half he felt that the bottom was very hard. And remember, it's a clay type of dirt and mixture that they have and the more rain and more was packed down the Klay gone a harder and harder. So that was concerned that was a concern. Well, you obviously a love horses are the caretaker of a man who makes his living with his body. So how concerned have you been about all this? That's been going on. Well, fortunately, no horse than fly. All yeah. Actually, you know, what she did ride one worse at growth down. Now that I remember a horse of Leonard Powell's. So that horse did get put down. I can't give you the name right off the bat, but he was on one horse. Fortunately, he was able to pull that or some and the he didn't follow it. But unfortunately for the horses life was lost. So there is a concern. Absolutely. My suffered with one injury that Flavian had four years ago. So yeah, that's a major concern. And it's also not only a major concern for jockeys. It's the exercise writers in the morning as well who can get hurt. And then they're they lose their income as well. So there is a concern the people that own the horses they have a vested interest financially and emotionally in their horses. They were also stung, so it's not like, we're just, you know, wiping, the slate clean. No. There's going to be some new regulations that are gonna be put in you have to contact this new task force. You're going to have to tell them, you're. Working the following day. They will have a right to come over and take a look at the horses before they work, and they'll also have the right to tell you know, you're not working the worst for something wrong with your horse. So that's something that's going to be. We're all going to have to understand and work with. It's a new beginning. Now on what was supposed to be Santa Anita handicap day big cap day. I saw Mike Smith writing in New York on a day that had stakes but not a blockbuster day. I saw Mario Gutierrez riding in Arkansas. Had you tried to get floppy on rides out of town. Yeah. I did. I tried to go to right Tampa Bay. We tried to go ride Todd Pletcher horse in the Tampa Bay derby. He at the last moment decided to views Joel Rosario at the time when I was hustling around I ended up getting on a on seven horses in Florida. But when Flavian, and I started looking at the horses that we were supposed to ride there's the type of horses that we haven't been writing all your long. So I called up the Stewart. And we took off of those horses in Florida for last Saturday and Sunday. So there was an opportunity to go ride. But I just thought thought that staying home was are better option because we were able to work can talk who's going to run into steak. We were we were able to work Bella FINA. We also were for Richard Mandella Omaha beach who worked really really well. So we use the time to get some of the horses that are coming up for the steaks ready to run and by working them, and they were all working at Los Alamos, which has an outstanding track. And Los Alameda said no problem. So I'm and by the way, Dennis Moore is in charge of Los Alameda. So I'm so you can tell you can you can know that the both all three racetracks in southern California are back under good hands again and good stewardship and leadership. Derek Lawson agent for jockey flabby on Pratt joins us here on in the gate. So I guess you've answered the question what we did. With our winter vacation. Let's. Change the topic salmon away, wait a minute pair. There's no vacation. You kidding me? We were we I woke up and picked up phlegm in at four thirty in the morning, we drove to low south. He was on his first force. In fact, we got there so early that they turned on the lights at the racetrack in Los Alamos. So we can we would be able to see that we were working. So there was no vacation. I didn't go anywhere. I stayed right here. I'm sure your wife, really appreciates that the thing is people have been talking a lot about the main track. But some of those fatalities occurred on the turf course to what if Lavi on another horseman you've encountered said about the turf course, that's never been a problem for us as far as a condition of the track. They didn't use it all that much. Obviously there are holes in certain spots. And remember with all the rain the track may not have been as firm as it has been in the past. But you're right. I think there were not sure exactly the run the number of fidelity that took place on the grass scores. But there. Were. Well, actually, I think there were a couple of major stake sources that unfortunately, got hurt and they lost their lives. So. Yeah, that was the problem as well. But again, the main focus and the main complaint that I was getting from Flavian was on the main track. And it was just basically because it was so firm deep the deep part of the track was very very hard. Well, wait a minute. We talked about this with Mick Peterson a few minutes ago. But if there was so much rain, how would the base be so firm? Because they kept floating the track and they kept keeping track from not draining down below. Okay. They kept packing. It down you down pack it down. And that's how you ended up getting the firmness on the on the on the base. I know he came through and did his studies and everything like that. But and they did the dig a little bit deeper to try to soften up the hard ground. But again, I'm not attract person. All I was doing was listening to what flavor in was telling me, and he did say that when the horses were were hitting. They were hitting some pretty firm bottom. Let's change topics to something a little bit happier. Takes the lead on the outside with his move feeling strong starting to rally from behind. He is just behind whipping Jay at the top of the stretch where Callahan opens up quickly putting away the top two Galileo and well clear, and you could find a telescope to find the competition behind gala land, whereas Galilee in his training. He worked twenty eight and to gallop down one on one. He's running in the rebel stakes at Oaklawn park. I believe flabby on Pratt is also the regular writer of vessel leaker facile IKA. The starting to launch a wide bed. She's within six lengths of the league gathering momentum. Top of the stretch behind Muira thought Salita motoring down the center of the Cortes midst bad behavior gets the lead. But here's thought leaker spamming home in the center of the course and Fussell leaker streak of luck continues at nights rally into second. But Fussell leak the story just keeps getting better as she wins. The point of history. After two stakes wins at this center. Anita meat for Vassiliko. What is next for her? Well, it's been a wonderful year. That was levian ten victory out of eleven starts her next race will be the Royal heroine close to the end of the meeting and she's been such a tremendous surprise. I what can I say Jerry Hall indoor for his done a really wonderful job in keeping her ready to run. I'll tell you what fled into me about three races back. He mentioned to me that vastly is making him a better writer because all she does is she asked him to get her to the top of the stretch and she'll get him home. So his responsibility with her is to maneuver her through the early part of the race and make sure that she's ready to. So when she sets it down that she's ready to go down the lane. And so far we've been pretty successful in that. But that was a quote from him is that she's made him a better better writer. Yeah. Usually, great coaches say that to be great coaches. They have great players. I would think the same is true for jockeys. Derek loss in the agent for jockey flabby on Pratt. Thanks so much for a few minutes. Thank you very much burying. Appreciate you giving us the time. All right. Thanks to Derrick Lawson. Dr Mick Peterson suspending racing at Santa Anita has garnered a lot of attention and many derisive comments. Did it bring non more alarming than an uninformed talk show host who wondered why horse racing is even still thing. It's clear that guy knows nothing of this thing, nor does he care to he makes his bones as an expert of all sports, but say what you want about on nip it and commentators in the media, people listened to them whether or not you believe there towards well. At least horse racing has an organization to counter this narrative to control the message before it gets this far with a leader who has credibility in our general sporting culture of go-to person with the charisma of a star overweight. I must have confused horse racing with every other sport with a centralized than structured already. It's bad enough. And know it alls take their shots at horse racing. The lack of response means those shots are taken for free. You can get us on our YouTube channel by searching in the gate podcast. You can get us on soundcloud as well. Get us at the. I tuned store or tune in dot com. You can get us on that little pink pod catcher app on your phone. You didn't even know you had. And now you can subscribe to indicate in the listen tab of the ESPN app for the full in the gate experience. Subscribe now in the listen tab of the ESPN app, and you can follow me on Twitter at be Abrams boys or at Facebook at Barry Abrams voiced let's in the gate for this week. I'm Barry Abram. We'll see you next time.

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"dr mick peterson" Discussed on In The Gate

In The Gate

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr mick peterson" Discussed on In The Gate

"Below. So we're at the same time. We're continuing to do tests on this end to make sure that we can match this year string one of the advantage is that at Santa Anita. We've got a huge amount of baseline information. This is one of the dozen tracks in the country where we have had a full set of tests on every six months, and it Santa Anita. It's going on for well, it's been going on since they've had the dirt track. We did it for the synthetic track. But obviously not relevant. So that's what we're trying to benchmark it too. At the same time. We've got look at all the other issues, you know, any horse related issues, and you know, that's not my expertise. But that's at the same time, given the pack that it's multifactorial we have to look at the track saved time. We're looking at courses. Now, it's easy to say southern California's had roughly seventeen inches of rain since October. I normally L A gets fifteen inches for an entire three hundred sixty five day calendar year. And that's why there's such a problem. Now, what do you say to making the weather a scapegoat? Well, that's not a solution. We get a lot of rain in New Orleans. We handle it there and one of the challenges for the industry the industry needs to step up. I'm not gonna defend the industry on all this because there needs to be a more systematic approach to how we maintain tracks. What I've seen consistently is that when we have unusual weather. It's a challenge for the tracks. So that would be a dry period at Gulfstream or fairgrounds or this your Churchill or a rainy period at Sunland park or Senator Nita. That seems to me like that's a training and communications piece, and and and and and the industry at this point needs to step up and make sure that everybody has what they need. Dennis Moore is a huge advantage out there because he remembers the years when they had a lot more rain in southern California thirty years ago now, but that's no solution either. I mean something apple then it's more. We need to be able to duplicate those skills. And I think that's what we're looking at right now is we're dependent on my technology combined. But then it's more skills, and we need to duplicate that and bring that to the other tracks. You know, we make progress in some areas and in other areas, it seems like you know, we have one bad year. And it seems like we're we're back in the battle days, and that to me is a lack of training lack of information lack of communication. We're talking here on negate with Dr Mick Peterson whose team is conducting the track inspections. Santa Anita that facility remains closed for racing until March twenty second. Now there were twenty one fatalities at the track since the start of the Santa Anita meet the day after Christmas, we all know that of course, most of the talk has been about whether something's amiss on the main dirt track, but four of those twenty one deaths for on the turf course, how much attention are you paying to the turf what we've done is we step back and looking at the turf track that also again suggests that we've got a broader issue rather than just remixing the dirt in the dirt on the main track. We we need to look at the turf track. Santa Anita has committed instituting a more complete monitoring system on their turf track. They've got a quite an experience superintendent on the turf is named Jesse. And he does a terrific job. But again, I'm not sure how much experience he has with this, much rain. And I think strana group has done a good job there reconsidering when they take. Braces off the turf, and you know, that's obviously a challenge for the for them point Anchalee. But it's also a challenge to be closed. They been now let's say you conduct all of your tests your team conducts all of the tests and wind up finding nothing unusual going on with either the dirt or the turf course, which is where you seem to be trending. You know that if and when you break that news to Santa Anita officials, and eventually the public that news will be taken two ways. Glad to hear the tracks are considered safe. But also, what could be causing these deaths is there's something darker going on here. So how it is that color the way you'll present your findings to them. Well, I guess the best case of that was you know, a few years ago we had another spate of injuries at aqueduct. And what I think is success at naira at point was we didn't find anything. With the track. And so Naro doubled down on the amount of data that they were taking the track to see if there was something. We're missing a clear example of that is we need to be measuring moisture content during races and not just once a day. And what I think is really one of the biggest challenges is pursue pretendants is when you've got a floated track that you're running on at what time do you open that when do you make the transition to a hero track right now, they're not even a information aside from race times? And just observation, you know, we need to give them more tools. And let me tell you another the other group that needs more tools than the the track needs to provide more information. That's the trainers. The trainers are having to make decisions about the fitness of their horses. And if the speed of the track varies dramatically from day to day to moisture content. That's not an easy decision for them. And they're still trying to get the orces ready for. The races. So by providing more information to the trainers. You know, there's some trainers just have a feel for it. And you probably don't need to give them more information. They have the judgment. But there's a lot of them if you'll give them more information, and they learn to integrated into their training routine. We can help bring the horses up to the right level of fitness and not over train them. So it's really the responsibilities on me from the technology side of the tracks. From the information site to provide more information to help support the trainers to do their job to to predict the horses and get them ready for races hinted at a number of potential improvements that could be made in the way tracks are maintained and the information communicated. Do you think there is a greater good for the industry that will come out of this? Or will this be considered a case specific situation? Every indication to me is I'm hopeful that we're going to get better. Now, you should call me back in. Month, and or or two months, and if we haven't made any progress, I will tell you because, you know, this isn't when I signed up for I'm engineer, I'm not a horseman, and you know, I got into this to protect the animal and to protect the ride or and by protecting the horses and the riders that takes a commitment by the industry. I've seen every indication that strana group is moving in the right direction. And that there's other players in the industry that are supportive, but you know, attention is is something that's transient. And and and I appreciate your concern because I'm concerned too. Dr Mick Peterson of the university of Kentucky co-founded the racing surfaces testing laboratory in his part of the team working to make Senate and Nita safer than it is now thank you so much for a few minutes for sharing this with us. And we look forward to hearing more updates. Thank you. How would you like to put rides for a jockey based at Santa Anita right now. Other than the fact that there's no racing. What's the problem? We'll talk with the agent for floppy on Pratt about how they're dealing with this right after the break.

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"dr mick peterson" Discussed on In The Gate

In The Gate

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"dr mick peterson" Discussed on In The Gate

"Hi there. Julie Foudy here. Use was silly enough to give me the green light on a podcast, and it's called laughter. Permitted. We talk to these awesome trailblazers in sports about the joy and chaos of life such as Kerri Walsh Jennings. Simone byles Mia Hamm, so gig, comfortable loose soon after permitted and so is best singing support for laughter. Permitted comes from ally. You and settle for a two star spin class a personal trainer, would you? So why settle for Bank that treats you just like another number? Ally knows you deserve better and their mission is to be just that. And with ally Bank. You'll get interest rates up to twenty times the national average you can chat with real people twenty four seven, and they won't nutmeg you with hidden fees allies team actually cares about doing right by you and your money so go to A L L Y dot com for more ally Bank, member FDIC. See? Have begun taking to the track at Santa Anita in the morning, but not yet in the afternoon. An update on the condition of the racing surfaces is straight ahead, plus the effect of the disruption on one of the most overlooked horsemen's groups jockeys agents, how do you book rides when there's no racing. We'll have all that and more on this edition of indicate. Two zero seven. This is in the gate ESPN's. Thoroughbred racing podcast. My name is Barry Abrams. You can follow me on Twitter at be Abrams boys or on Facebook at Barry Abrams voice. You can also get us on our YouTube channel by searching in the gate podcast. You can get us on soundcloud as well. Get us at the. I tuned store or tune in dot com. You can get us on that little pink pod. Catcher f on your phone. You didn't even know you had a now you can subscribe to win the gate in the listen tab of the ESPN app for the full in the gate experience of scribe now in the listen tab of the ESPN app light training on the main track. At Santa Anita has resumed no timed breezes, but some jogging and stretching of legs. The daily racing form reports that racing will resume on Thursday, March twenty second that date is contingent of course, on the results of additional safety inspections the team conducting those inspections is led by Dr Mick Peterson of the university of Kentucky co-founder of the racing surfaces testing laboratory, and we're pleased to welcome. Dr. Peterson back here to in the gate now, let's point out that we're recording this on Monday night, March eleventh what have you found so far? Well, the thing is that risk horses. Always multi factor Orioles. So our goal on this whole process is to improve the track to whatever extent we can. I mean looking at 'cause at this point is not even productive. What we've gotta do is. We've got to get better. And you you look the spate of injuries. And you know, it's completely unacceptable. I mean, we can't do this. And so we're doing is we're looking at absolutely every option, and that doesn't matter whether it's the feature be and Rick Arthur and the coin medical director looking at the horses in my case, my expertise is the track and I'm providing whatever information I can see HR be to the track. And then we're just trying to get better at this point. Because. We can't keep doing this. We'll right. But I mean, I know you're you're looking for every option, but when you go into something like this you have to have a game plan. And after your first visit out here. Proclaiming the surfaces. Okay. What are you even looking for? Well, the first assumption. We went into was that. There was segregation the material. And so with the rains what happened, and you don't see this so often in California, you see a lot in the east coast or or even the mid west will live at is the fine material go towards the inside rail. And so what we did was even before we were doing the testing that was when Andy peel back the surface. He inspected the base and then by peeling back the surface and remixing it you eliminate the segregated material at this point overdoing is we're making sure and we did tests we took seven samples and did. Tests by the time we were done with the test. We did not see a lot of variation our first sumptuous spatial variation. We want every step to be consistent, and we did not see spatial variation in it when we went back looked at it. So at that point, we have to go back and look at the other thing that we had out there was they had gone ground penetrating radar swimming, more make sure that the layers have been laid down well, and obviously after he'd peeled back. There was some variation. But we followed up with the ground penetrating radar and eliminated that so we've got a consistent surface with a consistent composition. What dentist has done is? He is gone ahead after we closed again or close completely dentist has gone back. And we mix the entire surface, and there's an engineer out there. Now, he's been using the biomechanical surface Esther as well as ground penetrating radar to make sure that he gets everything lay down. So he's remixed surface again. And brought up for the prime material from down below.

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"dr mick peterson" Discussed on In The Gate

In The Gate

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr mick peterson" Discussed on In The Gate

"Famed winter meeting the day after Christmas as it always has. But since that day twenty one horses have died there. Most in either racing or training accidents last week the track cancelled two days of training. So the surface could be examined renowned racing surface expert, Dr Mick Peterson declared San. And a ready to go and racing resumed on Thursday. But then another fatality struck on Saturday during a race. And this week said Nita officials decided to suspend racing and training indefinitely. So the track surfaces can be examined more closely that leads to a whole host of questions, first and foremost, the need to reschedule all of the stakes races, most notably the San Felipe bay the Kentucky Derby prep race. That was supposed to be the season debut of the top two contenders. To win the run for the roses Breeders Cup juvenile champ and two year old champion game winner and multiple stakes winner improbable both trained by Bob Baffert. The Santa Anita handicap the big cap is also among the big races affected by the situation to try to shed some light on what's going on. We're grateful to have with us. Tim writ fo the chief operating officer of the strana group which owns and operates Santa Anita when you closed the track last week and make Peterson came in started looking. Ng at the track surface. I imagine he must have had a game plan for what he was looking for. But now that this is happened again, where do you even start in coming up with a game plan to figure out what is going on? Yeah. We put another set of eyes with Dennis on it. I mean MC Peterson's, you know, one of the Gu's the industry did everything was that needed to be done. We've pulled back to surface. We looked at the base which was in excellent condition. We had soil analysis done. And the good thing is we've had been doing soil analysis for the last five years every week. So he had a good baseline to look at what we had before all the reins, and what we had after the range to see if there was any separation of the material. There was no separation put it all back, and we still feel completely comfortable. I mean, unfortunately, these incidents attributed to a bunch of different factors. So we still feel comfortable that the tracks in good shape. But there comes a point where you just have to basically start right from scratch and look all over again. And just make sure we miss anything. Obviously, the timing of this with your big weekend coming up is catastrophic but all of those other races, including the big cat can be rescheduled other. I know the. Big cap is always been that first weekend of March going back to the days of seabiscuit..

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"dr mick peterson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr mick peterson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Los Angeles Eddie eleven oh seven everybody is trying to get back on track at Santa and. Eat after a surge in horsh deaths during the current meet racing resumes today, the trainers jockeys heaven giving their horses at work workout this morning on the main track the one that was shut down for two days. Dr Mick Peterson is the director of Ag equine programs at the university of Kentucky in the wake of nineteen horse vitales in two months. He's been looking at the track closely, not seeing any big factors. One of the issues that we have is the the weather has been this has been an unusual year from a weather standpoint. No question, southern California has been hit with one downpour after another Mike Willman is the director of publicity for Santa Anita. He personally believes the weather is the outlaw the rain is I think at the top of the list as as a catalyst for the trouble we've been experiencing ironically last year was the best year. They've had here in twenty-five years, safety wise at Santa Anita. John KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio, California, nurses. Thought they had a deal with Democrats in Sacramento to get a single payer healthcare system on track that deal didn't happen. The deadline came and went and no new Bill was introduced and to some extent, the nurses blame. Gavin Newsom governor actually promised the people of California, and certainly in particular, the nurses at the California, nurses association convention some years ago that he would take this issue on. But it appears that's not happening at least not to the extent that bunny Casteel, the executive director of the California nurses association wants understand, you know, from their offices that there are still looking at this issue, and we are going to we're going to be there to ensure I mean, we're we're we're not gonna stop a single payer system was introduced here in California a couple of years ago, but it had no way to pay for it to Kelvin Canucks in seventy NewsRadio to Lebanon nine on KNX Pacific Gas and electric says it's equipment may have. Started last year's campfire. It was the deadliest wildfire instate history killing eighty six people flames destroyed the town of paradise the official cause is still under investigation. But it reportedly started near a tower on PGE transmission line, the utility says that line lost power right before the fire was later found to be damaged PG filed for bankruptcy protection. Back in January. Southern California fire have a new network of high tech tools to help with wildfires. Thomas Brady was southern California. Edison tells can they've installed seventy high tech cameras in the most fire prone areas. Spoke approach starting out of a partnership in a pilot program that we out with the Orange County Fire at. Forty point pilot program back in April and right off the bat. You've cameras were proven successful, and enabling Orange County Fire authority to have advanced situational awareness on the holy fire. These cameras can pan tilt zoom, give crews a better sense of where the fire originated, and where it's spreading to the hope is to install one hundred sixty cameras by the end of next year. Check of our southern California freeways coming right up. Let's see here. Big delays on the fifteen freeway southbound through the cone pass because of an earlier accident and some poor weather conditions will help you through it. We're gonna check your drive in less than four minutes you'd see eleven eleven no an ad from save money on car insurance. By bundling home and auto with progressive and cut. That was good. So are there any other things you need me to talk about or I could do.

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"dr mick peterson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr mick peterson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Horses have died since December twenty six that's a big increase over what usually happens here. And that's why they halt and training on the main track the past couple of days to inspect it carefully might Willman is with Santa Anita. He believes it's all about the weather. The track surface is definitely something that that you have to look at and the eleven and a half inches of rain that we've had is a big factor here. The track inspections though of not turned up anything unusual. Dr Mick Peterson is the director of egg equine programs at the university of Kentucky. He's been working with Santa Anita for more than a decade. He agrees the rain could have played a role in the deaths of the horses as we look back at the risk factors. We're going to take that and the crops that are being done at UC Davis. It's all the pieces we have to. Put together. Meantime, the horses are back on the track. They are running again. I post is one o'clock at Santa Anita. John Baird KNX ten seventy NewsRadio ten thirty two now on KNX. An arrest has been made in the stabbing of a man earlier this month at a Maywood Donut. Shop after following up on leads the suspect was arrested yesterday afternoon at his home in chino LA sheriff's detectives are expected to reveal more details. This afternoon news conference KNX we'll be their security video shows a man's slashing victims back several times before racing out of the shop. The victim is expected to fully recover. You can see the video of the attack by going to our website KNX, ten seventy dot com. The school board expected to vote today to put a new parcel tax on the ballot. If he's part of the effort to pay for the deal that the L A USD riche with its striking teachers a few weeks ago, the school superintendent and all six board members have already expressed support for the proposed tax, but former school board member David to Cosco tells KNX he thinks the board. Is rushing this plan. Said that in four years, maybe three years the district is at risk. The district is not at risk right now. It is not at risk next year. And so I don't understand the rush to put this on June ballots ninety days away from now if approved it could rate hundreds of millions of dollars for local schools. The board is looking to put the proposed tax on the ballot for the election in June or possibly November. Consumer watchdog says California's recycling program is a massive off. It's releasing a report today alleging consumers are missing out on more than three hundred million dollars in nickel deposit fees. Because of a shortage of recycling centers, the group says more than forty percent of California's recycling facilities closed in the last five years, including more than one hundred in Los Angeles County alone. It's ten thirty four on KNX. You freeway check coming up in just about a minute. I California, nurses, not happy with the Democrats in Sacramento who failed to push government run healthcare system in the states. They wanted a single payer system. Lovey Democrats vigorously to get it. But when the deadline for a Bill came and went there was nothing on the table somewhat of a dismay to our sound because we actually, you know, had various different commitments from folks and only to see them back out and bunny. Casteel is the executive director of the California nurses association. We will continue to be out there with our allies. And our patients advocating for true healthcare security and Medicare for all apparently, the main advocate in the California. Senate to get a Bill introduced Mike McGuire couldn't round up enough support among Democrats to get the job done to Kelton in seventy NewsRadio PG.

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"dr mick peterson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr mick peterson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Oh, three Luke Perry early on the CW show. Riverdale and gained fame on Beverly Hills ninety two when I was reportedly suffered what's being described as a massive stroke. TMZ says he's in the hospital. They're not sure yet on his condition. They say paramedics were called out to his home in Sherman oaks yesterday again taken to the hospital. No word on his condition. This is actor Luke Perry. He is fifty two years old racing resumed today. At Santa Anita after they've stuff things for a few days because of the horse deaths. Let's go to the park right now. Here's John Baird. The trainers jockeys have been giving the horses a workout this morning on the main track. It was closed for two days while it was inspected. Dr Mick Peterson is the director of egg equine programs at the university of Kentucky Kentucky, and he says in the wake of nine thousand nine hundred tests, a horse deaths in two months he's had to look at the track closely. We're not seeing any big factors. One of the issues that we have is the weather has been this has been an unusual year. From a weather standpoint. Southern California has been hard hit with one downpour after another Mike Willman is the director of publicity for Santa Anita. He personally believes the weather. Is the outlaw of the rain is I think at the top of the list as a as a catalyst for the trouble we've been experiencing ironically last year was the best year. They've had here. He says in twenty five years, safety wise reporting live at Santa Anita. John Baird KNX ten seventy NewsRadio property.

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"dr mick peterson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

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03:10 min | 2 years ago

"dr mick peterson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"I'm to I'm Vicky more top story at seven thirty this summit between President Trump and Kim Jong UN of North Korea. It's over President Trump left early. A couple of hours early says sometimes you just gotta walk. There was a potential. We could have signed something that could have a one hundred percent side something today, we actually had papers ready to be signed. But it just wasn't appropriate. I want to do it right much rather? Do it right. Then do it. Fast severely, Kim offered to get rid of a nuclear complex, if the US got rid of all the economic sanctions. But that wasn't gonna work CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy is there and tells can exit president kept an eye on events back home that president said that he watched as much of the Michael Cohen hearing as he could. And that would have been in the middle of the night here. He called it a fake hearing. He said that it was a terrible thing that that hearing was held in the middle of this summit. As if it was done to him personally back on Capitol Hill. Michael Cohen is now into his third day of testimony to the congress accusing the president being a conman guilty of criminal conduct. He'll be testifying today to the house intelligence committee and members of the oversight committee that hurt him yesterday Simi valley democrat democratic congresswoman Katie hill on CNN saying investigations should play out. There are offenses that. I think really could lead us down the road towards impeachment. This is something that the public has to get on board with because we need to be able to get to that two thirds majority in the Senate and in the house and right now as you saw yesterday, the Republicans are still stunningly defending the president. They're trying to discredit the witnesses. We live in a moment where this can backfire significantly. In fact, Republican member chip ROY was on FOX today. We clearly see the playbook of what they want to try to do over the next eighteen twenty months. It's clearly political. I think we ought to be doing our job isn't oversight committee. I still think it ought to be oversight and government reform. I think we ought to be looking. All of the things that the American people are tired of the federal government waste money that doesn't do its job. And let's if you want to have somebody come in. Let's get robberies rob Rosenstein in local democrat, Adam Schiff. Of course, he is the chair of the house Intel committee, and if he has any comments to make after the Cohen testimony later today, of course, you'll hear that right here on Canucks seven thirty three. At Canucks is such a beautiful sight, the horses running around the track this morning at Santa Anita. They're doing it again after the track was shut down for a couple of days while they investigate it, some horse deaths. The story live from Santa Anita this morning and KNX ten seventy is John Baird nineteen horses have died here since December twenty six that's a big increase over what usually happens here. And that's why they halted training on the main track the past two days and inspected it carefully. Mike woman's with Santa Anita. He believes it's all about the weather. The track surface is definitely something that that you have to look at and the eleven and a half inches of rain that we've had. Is a big factor here attract inspections, though of not turned up. Anything unusual? Dr Mick Peterson is the director of egg equine programs at the university of Kentucky. He's been working with Santa Anita for more than a decade. He says they're not seeing any big issues agrees that the rain could have played a role in the horse staff. So as we look back.

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