4 Burst results for "Jamie Cart"
"jamie cart" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Your over brave man's game. I just makes me even more excited for the condo star no this is Chase. That's going to be a cracking race. Because you know brave lens game is going to be favorite. Yeah, until all that northern money starts coming in from and then. That Ned Stark money starts to start rolling in. Not all. Links. Links start getting stuck in. Far out delay. So I'm a massive vanilli fan and thought he was absolutely brilliant in the potential race. And his down royal form has already been franked in the dream more last week. And of course, he's won his second start of offenses. Antarctic lane is the horse who beat vanilli limerick last year. And he got into the winters and closure for Gordon, as part of his 7. Beating blue Sari. So he looks like a chaser. Most of the gigant horses, that's exactly what they're built for everything and again, they have a juvenile hurdler in their midst, but it looks as though chasing is going to be the name of the game with him. He's beaten blue sorry. And in the end, did he do it comfortably enough for you? Yeah. Look closer. I really fancy him for I think a fancy name for the champion bumper a couple of years ago. He run really well and I think did he finish second in the champion bumper blue serum? Didn't he nearly beat envoy? Nearly London, didn't he? Is it yeah? So yeah, look, obviously garden had a great day. He couldn't do anything wrong. Don't know whether he. Spoke to any cheltenham prices or what, but look, it looked like it was only doing enough on me. He was just pretty serious in front and obviously blue Sari was at the switch and he was nearly getting there. But he was all well and I always liked blue sorry, so I think probably it was a good performance without being anything or excited about. It's important to point Gordon is adamant he needs not just soft. He needs it heavy. Yeah, that's the thing yet. It's like all this farm has been on heavy ground in this. Yeah. So he's mentioned limerick, which is the chase getting another mention. By the way, a big problem is that when the ballet, the potential race, the one of the. Massive, I've heard of the a from the point to point circuit. And I remember being told he was a stone cold, solid moral for limerick. And even though he was beaten, I remember thinking that horses are going to win a nice race. I didn't expect him to bolt up in the potato race, but I'll hold my hands up and say, yeah, it was on him. It was fantastic. Amazing stuff. But it's a horse that's been won by some good horses over the years. Black Hercules, ha ha ha, yeah, I know Patrick completely screwed me over that year. Jesus Christ. Owners of the new don't know oh crap. For those who don't know, Patrick insisted that I not say what the race was. He would tell me, but I had to bleep it out, which I did. So I kept my word. He said that he'd been told by Graham Wally. He was his right in the former. Then, yes, when he won over a shorter trip by panicked and backed him for the RSA. And, of course, he ends up rocking up on the jlt. So I had to I'd say I might have got my steak back by backing him at the jlt. But I was definitely operating at a loss. But not Patrick's fault. You place your you place your you put your own money down and you're responsible for your own money. Yeah, the only person who's responsible for the money that you place in the bet is you yourself. Gento. So the grade two Navin is another for Gordon Elliot, Jamie cart, the aforementioned. He was well backed beforehand. He's beaten Eric bloodaxe. Trashed him by 11 links. Prior to that, he won quite comfortably only seasonally appearance. He's not even beating the once, and that was a fairy house. And from memory didn't he cast or write fuke with his bike walk in the park? 400 and something, was it? A right few quid? You gotta fucking fortune. 470,000 pounds of the queen's finest sovereigns at the and it was trained by Garner. When he won his party, wasn't he? I think he was, yeah. I think he was. So the yard former yard sponsors, northern television, who obviously are still there. In the art, they have gone and invested more. And bought more. But this does look to be because this is one of the unique things about Gordon, according to a point of moisture as well. And Jamie was on board that day. So he would have known because there have been instances where Gordon train point to pointers who then ended up with Willie. Yeah, but were owned by Michael and eddy. So they could have ended up with him. But in the country the most good gray horse of any romance..
"jamie cart" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"And that was sort of what was expected of him to do. Probably like most kids that I take a little while to blossom but then Jamie Boston a lot. But he was just your identity little notes that I still remember invest in or what they called rookies and midgets. We used to do a lot of engine development or trick around with engines and things like that. So it was always really good for testing to the always. It always give it a 100% and he would always be consistent of what he did, which obviously went on to share in his career, you know? He's always trying to test too, where a lot of kids are that age by sort of get a little bit I get a bit over it after they've done quite a few laps, but Jamie is always really trying to take down if you want to do something else. He was more than trying to have another gallery. He's uncle Graham again. Right through from rookies to junius up until you know he's formula wait time. He had good people around him with rematches and Liz may, and they should have guys. And the expectation was always there to do the job. Not to make up the field. Like we're not here. This is not probably a bit crude, but we're not here to have fun. We're here to win races. You know, we're not making up the numbers. So that was Jamie's job. And he, he went out and did what he had to do. And he didn't make a big fuss about it. That was part of his job. He was part of the team. And he was to go out and win races and I suppose it just happened one after the other. And without being very boss, that's what he did. In 1998, he moved from juniors to seniors. His first outing was the Portland street Prix. Here is in Sylvester's call of the closing stages. Jamie winch up wins the 1998 Portland strike on prey from their 100 final and a quarter magnificent victory for this man. This is his first ever meeting as a senior. A very young Jamie spoke about his Portland win. It's good, nice, long strides, his twisty turn, it's a bit rough in some places, but fall out. It's very good. There's a lot more people here and they've just improved on it so much over the year. Grant lindstrom. He was caught quite dominant there. And it was a very good feel too. I think it was macro environment there and maybe pulled umbrella and there was a few others there. The reason he was so good on a straight circle is because as I said before, he's control on a slippery surface with the street circuit, obviously he is larger when we used to have him. That was pretty incredible effort for the stock. By the end of 1998, ends of western magazine carters had announced Jamie wind cup as the Australian Carter of the year. There was 90 ID one in the commentary and then 99, I think. Scott Geller has just spent the last 12 months working on the Jamie to write his autobiography driver lifetime. Go karts. They were his uncle dad, and he and I were known as the whole team because I had the powers and the tents and they were well dressed and it was a perfection about what I did then. I stood out because they were the best going around. Grant lindstrom. I think there was I actually revolutionized go counting a little bit as far as go catches to be pretty plying back then and I think it would kind of be kind of a good plastics wouldn't be calculated or anything like that. And what I did and join me with all four two is probably help help design a lot of it, you know, I might have sticky kids and things like that to put on the cap to make it just look so much more professional than I wanted actually looks like now. It was probably a little bit lower than what it is now. But I did a lot of that. So and that was probably one of the first ones being to prescribe and hit the aggression t-shirts by my lunch. Appreciate it for our business and had some things like that, which was something that not many people had back in. So that all team staff and you can go there. So they look like a look professional. You look at it now, you're probably thinking that's not that professional but now back in the early 90s that was quite professional. Young WA driver Garth tender was the new kid on the block in supercars and started using that this young hotshot car at the track who would later become Jamie's first full-time teammate. Knowing Jamie for a very long time, even really before he moved into formula forward. So he's probably his last year in karting. A lot of my makes from my cutting days in Victoria were involved with Jamie's carting as he was finishing up. So racing in the Australian title. So I went to a few of the biggest striving cart meetings as Jamie was in his final year. I think it was of cardi with my counting mates. And took notice of what he was up to. After a season of running their own formula Ford, they contacted Mick Ritter, who was building his business sonic motor sport. After a mentoring Alex and wolves, and he was looking around for the next crop of young stars. Obviously, first came across Jamie when he always pretty involved with the dives and family and of course will, particularly will and Jamie were good mates along with Alex, you know, that obviously had their card in careers together and hung out a fair bit and so on. In Jaime was, you know, at that time, just embarking on his, you know, what was the start of his sort of formula for Korea, which at the time he was a little family run thing, you know, that sort of grime and his dad Dave were largely supposed orchestrating with the help of a couple of other guys. So, you know, we sort of watched him a little bit over the first couple of years and obviously took he was already performing at a pretty high level in a little privately run thing. And obviously came, you know, we did a deal with the wing cups for 2002 and things went from there. Inside motor sport spoke to Jamie about his domination of the 2002 formula four championship. Well, at the start of the show, I mentioned we'd be speaking with Jamie wing cap. He's heading to our empire to continue on his.
"jamie cart" Discussed on Behind The Screen
"The bread is really mastered. That caca walks into rooms chess knocked out and he's yeah a lotta grunting anger and and not much. You didn't smile much season one. That's when in when he does it spur raisins he's enjoying rafeh. Jamie carts expense that. Yeah i agree. This cast is really gelled together. You can feel it absolutely. They just know each other's ribbons and each other's timing and they're you know that we had so many choices to choose from in performance in. They all were wonderful in that. That became a puzzle. Put them all together. Hannah wadi in You know is a superstar and juno temple and they just all are. I mean nate storylines amazing sam and It's yeah in coach. Beard is always there the you know. Just wait and see how many books he's gonna read. Bring set this year so much hidden gems. Do you get a lot of takes to work with you. Know not not more than than most tv. You're lucky and b. to get free you know. Sometimes if we're lucky if they're really on a roll we'll get five. I mean but but they they really nail it. It's like i don't know how they do it if they were obviously rising off camera but when they roll the cameras that that performance by this the second third take his spot on. They're not a lot of missteps and there's a lot of dialogue. i'm always. I'm always an ns from everybody. Like even you know guest stars that come in for just the day of work. They have that they have that dialogue down. You know they have a clear voice envision and they deliver it and and hannah's specially wonderful to cut because she gives you such subtle changes from take such smart subtle changes like you know like. Oh maybe you wanna shade of this in this speech and so i remember Season going through takes with jason With that speech outside the The ballroom when she finally opens up to two ted..
"jamie cart" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Adorable Susannah Hart, less than zero Robert Downey Jr and Andrew McCarthy and get the young Jamie carts and, of course, Robert Downey Jr plays a drug addict and dies at the end. Who knew it was you wasn't really acting at the time was a great movie, but the movie starts with a plane landing and this song hazy shade of winter. Playing in the background, very excited about today's nine o'clock hour, folks, you've got to be here, starting at 905 live from California. The only man I think that could even compare A Larry King in the amount of interviews he's done over his career. Although he's done mostly sports, the great Roy Firestone will be here and then at 9 25, our friend, now a star on Fox and friends, and on Fox News, Janice Dean, who was considering if not running up against Andrew Cuomo, for governor in 2022, that's a very exciting Nine o'clock hour. Also, folks, you're gonna find the question of the day on WNBC radio dot com every day, make it a part of your routine. We do, Bernie and I've your vote now and let us know with radio dot com. Listen for the results on the Cats round table tonight at five with John Katzman TD's and Lydia they work together. Five o'clock tonight. They'll give you the final vote. And here is the question, Bernie, I guess you're gonna say yes. That's my but hit me, all right? Should former President Donald J. Trump be the new leader? The Republican Party. Well, interesting. Uh, that's actually a good question. It is. The better question is, will he be? Well, I'll tell you what. Forget when I think for a second, you know, I love trump and will stay loyal to President Trump. Okay, but either way here is ah! Marco Rubio, the Sunday morning shows I do not watch, but I did Watch Rubio. I watch Mutt Romney and Rubio with Christy obnoxious Chris Wallace. Who ignored all of the President. Biden's executive orders ignored all of them. These are important things that impact people's lives. They killed jobs, etcetera, rob girls of US scholarships and school all these things. Chris Wallace doesn't care all he cared about especially what Rubio was. Trump and impeachment, impeachment and Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump. Trump was supposed to be moving on past Trump. It's not gonna happen anyway. He asked Rubio about Trump's future in the party. This is what Marco Rubio said. The GOP is the party that nominated Donald Trump and the reason why it did and ultimately got him elected. And he got 75 million votes because you have tens of millions of Americans that feel this economy isn't working for people like them that field, socially displaced, even like strangers in their own country and who believe that both of the parties at least traditionally, and all of politics doesn't understand or care about any of this that they don't matter to people. Donald Trump did not create those things he got elected because of those things. He got 75 million votes because of those things and those factors. Those feelings that are out there among Pentagon's of Americans didn't Leave when he left on Wednesday. They're still there. That's why he got elected, and that's what I hope will be a party of and he's not going anywhere. I mean, look trump this this effort that they're going to begin today to impeach him. You know he could. First of all Supreme Court. Justice. Roberts hasn't signed on to it. I mean, he's supposed to be the guy presiding over it. Well, if it's constitutional, he's not going to preside over it. And they can then have a trial and convict him and say, Hey, you can't run for president anymore. Then he could run for president. Then they would have to go to court and the court would say that your proceedings back in 2021. We're not legal, not binding, so therefore he can run for president. That is the scenario. But Justice Roberts has to speak up. And so he hasn't said anything so far. Are you going to participate or you're not going to participate, But the Marco Rubio also talked about Joe Biden and his unity, his unity. I know we're gonna talk to rich Lowry. But this was very important. Listen to this is talk of the unity from this White house, dead already. Unity and ideology of two separate things. Okay, Unity's I mean uniformity. That's ridiculous. We are a country that the elections prove it. The 50 50 split in the Senate proves we got people are very Front opinions, and we settle that argument through a process in our republic in which we elect people to have debates and try to find a way to move forward. That's separate from train yourself as a centrist, But the first thing you do is get thousands of people fired a stroke of a pen by ending the Keystone Pipeline jump on the issue of you know gender when it comes to sports, and who can use what bathrooms and so forth and so on, and immigration order that I think could be read. I've asked for clarification. I hope it doesn't mean this, but I think it could be read to say that someone who's committed a very serious crime as rape there are sexually abused. Minor as long as they were released Prison before the 19th of January. They're not a priority for deportation. Those air, not centrist ideas. That was the only time those issues were brought up. Chris Wallace is Fox News Sunday. Why? Because small Karubi always a great center and Chris Wallace's The Corrupt Journal. Yes, we love Marco and again, the room was all that Donald's daughter even could trump may in fact, take a shot. That Senate seat that Marco Rubio possesses right now, But we don't want her to do that right matter. Remarkable. Only Marco Rubio is a fantastic senator and let him stay of primary. Somebody else. Go somewhere else and primary. Somebody else. Please agree. Also, Sarah Sanders set to announce that she's running for governor in and I'll excuse me in Arkansas. We knew that This morning. Your father, Mike Huckabee was the governor there for many years. So she's just following in her dad's footsteps? Yeah, she gonna win..