18 Burst results for "Joe Hirsch"

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

06:26 min | 8 months ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Populates this industry these news. Just come out in the last half hour or so and ryan sending along the announcement of couple of inductions to the joe hirsch media roll of honour at the hall and two very familiar names One a little in the past one. Still current tab is been added to the meteorology. Honor the joe hirsch and congratulations. Ninety four now is pab. And of course french born and raised and You know his his work Started out in in french publications before reaching these shores and Started in As a staffer. I'm sure when we talked to Steve asking on thursday civil talk about Have started in nineteen fifty five in the morning. Telegraph and anybody. i mean. obviously of a h. i. Anybody living that that's ever bought a racing for at one time or another. I've got boxes of big day racing forms with with the drawings it there the the whimsical wonderful Have artwork really a fabulous inclusion into the media wing of the hall. So congratulations to have. The other name came up just the other day just last week the lack and i and i'm sort of surprised that i didn't realize that leg it wasn't already in The jewish wing of of the hall. I brought up leg last week. When when dick allen passed. And in fact i sent that remarkable nineteen sixty four legged preseason end end of spring training article. That was just amazing. The names that were involved. The other rookies like like both tony. Leyva and tony clinically. Ero and i. It's just amazing. It focused on on dick allen and leg it for those that don't realize was from saratoga born and raised in saratoga and i reached out to When when When last week when when dick allen passed that and i reached out to a couple of different a couple of different directions for sports writers white kind of it hoped had had made cross paths with with legged and didn't wasn't able to make that happen but i knew that i knew that he started at sports illustrated In fact i had a conversation when i said sent that article to girardi and and he said that he was somewhat surprised that that that they had given legged that he had written matt baseball piece. You know that if first and foremost On the turf riding circuit And i guess. I guess whitney tower. You probably answer this too. I guess whitney tower. I guess they overlapped right. They must've overlapped at sports illustrated. Anyway bill legged added to the joe media the joe hirsch media wing of the hall and tower certainly in their boy. It's been ten years. This'll be this will be Ten years ten classes. Steve crystal neck red smith early hatton. Ross harris joe palmer j hubby whitney tower. Andy buyer kent hollingsworth. Georgia'll january's jim. Murray steve asking raleigh boroughs. Mary jean wall. Jim mckay mike beach jack. Whitaker barney nagler. Joe bertram tom and charlies canty and bleat read and now had and pretty distinct pretty good. Can't think of got to think about who else there's more there's there's every they'll be able to come up with a couple of others Anyway so there you go We will come back with the more tomorrow including todd pletcher. Andy stirling steve anderson and more fun morning and wanna thank powell for the hong kong. Recap danny guardian tax duke matisse john coby hernandez gulag if you're planted. Everybody talk to you tomorrow..

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

02:11 min | 8 months ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

"At the same time. That was one of the classics in recent memory in the race. Ran like sex. So i definitely think use a lot of sense he loves churchill and then of course you have. Horses lead silver prospector. Jack has really disapproving at the right. Time you know that runs in the spring so wanted different ways going here definitely going to be a fun race of but ultimately i do go with released accents and moving onto. We're going to go over to del. Mar talk about other races before we head back to churchill for the two year old. We'll start off with talking about the hollywood turf cup on the same day in like we mentioned this race. It's got a fulfill twelve horses with two also eligible so scratch. We will still have a fulfilled in this and this is another example of southern california turf division for especially for older males is not known as one of the stronger divisions in the united states. But that being said these racist do produce some fund racist take handicapping looks because you really never know what you're going to get out of horses in here you've got horses like red king and who coming out of spawning efforts in their respective breeders cup races you also have the winner this race from last year oscar dominguez who had his really not run up to that level as of late this year but he is worth a consideration. If you think he's going to run back up to that you've also got to a really interesting horse in here. Who settled on licari of the german horse who came over and had his first start in the united states in his last start which was in the joe hirsch turf. Classic was beaten by channel maker. Which you know. If we're doing the show a little bit earlier in your getting beaten by channel maker would not be something that i would be praising a horse for but the fact of channel maker went on to run a really good race in the breeders cup and has had a really good campaign. Second half of two thousand twenty. That is something that i do. Think fair's very well for licari and ultimately settled with him on top in here. I think that second start in the united states and second star for graham ocean is going to work dividends for the source. This is another race where you have a lot going on and it's a lot of go.

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

"At least horses deuce stay in training consistently for a long time. So and then we'll be seeing a lot more than a letter sent out of this race. Especially, if the top to do go to the reader scale, I'd love to see public sectors as might get us all price on. And sticking with the theme of the trip, made the race on the turf at Belmont we'll get into Joe Hirsch turf classic now, which was won by channel maker. Who with this win in the TURF CLASSIC PUTS HIMSELF MAKES DEALT THREE TIME grade one Belmont two times a turf classic winner as well as a winter the man of war last year. We we were kind of suspect of this going in here. We knew he was going to have an easy lead. Didn't necessarily need the rain but we knew he was going to have an easy lead in China maker has an easy lead definitely is very dangerous erase. Obviously you WanNa look at him going forward given what he's done the last two if for some reason does come back and does have another race or he has A. Loan lonely that's probably not going to happen the Breeders Cup the if that is where they go, which is probably pretty reasonable to imagine seeing that they've got the Breeders Cup berth already and they've been there in the past but. Has Really. Turn around a campaign. You know we've ragged on consistency, but you know we've finally seen one of these older male horses that continuously. Compete against each other do something consistent have backed back good races. was refreshing to see something that hasn't really been seen in a while and. Again like I mentioned don't really know what what to make of channel maker going forward. He's obviously not going to be a wind container in a Breeders Cup turf, but it is interesting. Going forward. Oddly, enough. He's probably the leader in the clubhouse because he won multiple grade lungs which no letter turf wars is done this year that probably the leader.

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

04:35 min | 10 months ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Horse like proverb who finished fifth and lost by fifteen lengths is running a career. Best. I don't know if I buy that. But sometimes races, you just have to give them these figures and see what happens you're. Kinda. Reminds me of that shared belief that they ran delmore over the summer where just based on the surrounding races that was an extremely fast race turns out when the horses run back, they'd none of them run back to that figure but sometimes, you just have to give the racist the figures that they are and see what happens. Yeah that's basically the thing I don't want to get. Into a situation where I'm just arbitrarily knocking reaches down because I don't believe especially when a horse runs by ten lengths, it's certainly one I'll monitoring I'm GONNA to take some time to time at the day just to be sure but this was one when I said I was really hoping it would be one of those mile races where runoffs of longer and maybe acted used that as an excuse but I just really couldn't come up with any legitimate reason other than it just looks do fast the knock it down. All right. Let's move on to Belmont Park where they had their own set of preps Breeders Cup on Saturday and Sunday We'll begin with a Saturday racing. They had a couple of grade one events The big one was the grade one Joe Hirsch Turf Classic. Channel maker did something that we really haven't seen for him throughout his career and that's win back to back races. He's now taking the Sword Dancer and the turf classic both Grade One events and he's done it in the same way got to the front end, slowed the pace down in the middle of the race, and then just kick for home and nobody could pass him. He probably wasn't facing a field of forces that really loves to pass other horses in general about you can't deny that this horse is just kind of put it all together now at a six year old year..

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

13:20 min | 1 year ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Well I told you that Charles. He can't he joined Billy Reid and being inducted into the National Museum of Racing. Joe Hirsch Media Roll of honour this year and I. I can't think of two more deserving individuals to receive that honor and pleased to welcome Charles. He can't either the program program now Charleston. Welcome to the horse racing radio network. Work appreciate the time this morning. Absolutely Mike Glad to be with you. Good Morning. Good morning and let me get this out of the way right off the bat go Navy B- Armies that right Well said by man Terry family will never sponsor the show again now did I did carry it. I have a good time going back and forth about about that but it's it's navy's third to beat Army this year. They've had three years in a row. It's time to give it back. You know I went to the game for the very first time in my life last year. Froze froze my tail off but it was such an incredible experience. It's one of those things. It's one of those bucket lists things. If you'RE GONNA go to a sporting event this is one of the ones you have to taint it truly is. It's like everyone must see the Derby wants there's an emotion and a feeling and nobody loses that game it is just really really a powerful thing to do and if you can go but Lord Brings Stadium Blanket. Because he's always so cold Certainly is Charlie first of all congratulations on this tremendous dishonor. Tell me about the moment. When you got word that you were going to receive the The Joe Hirsch Meteorology Honor I. I was just stunned. I cannot put into words how Florida was when the call came in and I'm still in disbelief that it is happening and the first words of course anytime something wonderful happens to someone. So we'll menace like this. Is You say you're honored and humbled and indeed I am but kind of after the shock wore off a a little bit. I felt a tiny bit sheepish. Because there are just so many deserving people I mean you look around racing and everybody who covers racing Randy Moss Envy Johnson and Tom Durkin and the scores of women who have become so solid and so brilliant at what they do for thoroughbred racing caitlyn brighter. Donna brothers Brittany a your. I mean it's it's just such a thrill for this recognition but there are so many people so many people who do such wonderful things in media. You are credited Charles. He is being the person who really came up with the concept of doing interviews on horseback and we see Donna brothers doing that now. On the NBC. Television coverage we see on some other programs to. It's become a thing. Do you look at yourself as being somewhat of a pioneer in that department. Well actually it it. I didn't come up with the idea and I did wind up being the first one to do it it started back in the CBS days Back in the late seventies and Bob Fishman who was the producer of the show and they had an outrider in New York WHO's actually Wesley Ward uncle? Jim Daly who would would. They started to mike him up and he would collect the winter and they were able to relate to the to the Jonky and sadly he died very suddenly not too long. Before the first Belmont telecast. We were doing that year and Bob Turnaround looked at me and he shouldn't guess what you're going to do. That's how it started so all credit goes just about fishermen who still of course doing CBS sports basketball the final four and all that I mean he's he's a legend in his game so That's how how it started and it went on for me for about eight years eight or nine years and then when we switched from. CBS OVER TO ABC. The and Kurt gowdy junior decided. Well we're going to do it a little more. We're GONNA do a little something different. We got a camera on your helmet now. Donna and everybody. Who Does it on horseback now? They've got a wonderful fool. Little tiny tiny cameras but in those days it was a huge amount of quit. It was heavy and it was a saddlebags and the the whole thing and we we did it once at the Derby which was Nineteen eighty six. It was and so snow. Chief had been the favourite in that race if I recall and What's his name? The shoemaker won the race on Than Aginsky Colt drawing a blank on his he wins so we go to Pimlico and we do the same thing again. Although now it's a strangers tacking up the pony and I'm in the paddock on foot doing interviews so I don't get to inspect or anything. We run out. I jump on the pony and the stuff is all equipped and all on him and the wires attached to this helmet that is latched to the saddle in the whole thing. And so the horses break out of the gate and have to gal up to the end of the turn and as I go from from from after the break and I go to the turn and my head starts getting pulled backwards that everything starts slipping and sliding off and and I've managed to get the worse was over to where the tunnel is there at Pimlico get off get off the pony and valid in the paddock. They helped me get all that stuff collected. I mean it it. All the saddle slipped under the ponies belly and that and I was able to leap off hang on to him and the whole thing it was. It was one of these train wrecks so I picked the whole. Oh scoop of stuff up and I can hear Jim Casing Okay and snow. Chief is a winner. We'll go down to Charles E in system I'm almost through the paddock grandstand. TV wreck where a pile piled stuff on the steps. And I said forget it. No more horseback interviews for me ever so that was a short-lived section but it did start something and it's obviously today's it goes so beautifully and smoothly and it's really terrific. You Know Charleston. You mentioned the Kurt Gowdy and when you think about the people you had the privilege to work with the names names like frank right and Dave Johnson and Jim Mckay L. Michael's Jack Whitaker You know just the fact that you were able to be around. Those was notable individuals. Had to be pretty special for you. I would imagine absolutely was I mean to work with with Jack Whitaker and Jim McKay. Who just the poetry just float off their tongues without any effort and of course? Tom Hammond was my my rock fabulous but I have to give so much credit today. Johnson because we started did way back in the seventy five with the racing from Ecuador. Belmont Saratoga Local show out of out of narrow there and and I have never had any television expand. I knew nothing and Dave and the late frank right the two of them shepherded me and I kept. I really didn't look to be on television. Yeah now I was very nervous really nervous about it and it was kind of ordeal. I got through every week although I loved being able to be up close and personal with all the good horses and riders. But I kept saying I'm not GonNa do this thing where Dave and frank would close ranks around me. You're gonNA keep doing this. And then it got better and better but to them. I have to so much credit. The two of them. Yeah talking with Charles C candy here on the Horse Racing Radio Network Charleston. When you when you? I've talked to so many people over the years on on this program that have received tremendous honors like this and oftentimes. They'll tell me that it's a time for reflection. And they think back on their career and some of the moments that stand and out to them so when you do look back on your career and everything you were able to accomplish whether it be in the early days when you were working for hall of fame trainers or afterwards when when you got into the broadcasting side of things what are some of the moments that stand out to Charles e candy well so many I don't even know where to begin First things first what I was doing I I had discovered working on the backstretch and I just couldn't believe my luck that I was doing doing something that I would have done for free but it was my job and I was so happy back there. I love the backstretch I love. I love galloping horses. I loved being on the track. I loved every minute. I studied still my fondest warmest memory Of working at mostly in New York. Mostly up at Belmont and and during the Golden Decade Eight. I mean here. Here's here's a moment for you. Walking up the horse paths at Belmont Park which anybody who's been there and seen it is absolutely spectacular and I would walk the length of the horse path breath on on one of white horses who they like formed. Stop and stand and look around even on the Horse Path and you just be standing there. Well they were kind of looking around and here comes secretary. Oh few years later there goes affirmed. Then here's Seattle slew. I mean you. Literally brushing stirrup irons with the greatest sources who ever lived and and watch them and see them every single day so on the backside that would be the most wonderful and glorious part of it on the on the front side. On the telecast I I have terrible habit of remembering the FAUX PAS burst but being right in the middle of all that and being with with McKay at the Derby and being with Tom Hammond. It's a derby that's always such a an emotional feeling when you know it's in five four three two one and here we are at Louisville for Churchill. Downs for the Kentucky Derby and people will say to me to this day will that maybe don't know me your have you ever been to the Kentucky Derby and I all I can do is to keep from laughing because you. You don't WanNa tell them you've been twenty one times uh-huh but it was always. It was always a great thing to go to the Derby. But you know where I really loved the best was coming to Pimlico afterwards for for the preakness because then it's distilled down into that nugget group. Who really you've cut away everything else? And we're all right there in one barn and that's where you're going to run into the bill neck and and Steve Steve Haskins and and then in the in the day before they retired any reason and Mary Jane Wall who were a pioneer women doing doing the coverage for for the Kentucky papers. They're writing books and you know that that kind of exposure sure to everything is part and parcel of the entire television experience. You Know Charles See. I was reading that your first network television broadcast was would. CBS CBS. And it was the nineteen seventy seven travers stakes and I grew up in Pittsfield Massachusetts which is about an hour little over an hour from Saratoga. Yes so the travers was very special to me as a kid growing up and just getting involved in the sport. Would you remember about that day in that first broadcast well I I happen to remember it. Well because it was a disqualification involved and I guess because I really didn't know any better I just kind of jump right as yeah well. This one's coming down. You really shouldn't say I wish I had some of the footage from from the old days I don't really have much of of any footage at all but it would be fun to go back and look at that was that was I remember that will. It was Jetski wound up the winter. Yeah yeah that's right Jesse he was was put up via the disqualification that what a way to break into the network television broadcasting side of things Well it's true and you know the other another funny memory was the the first show I ever did And the reason I did it was because frank right had to do some kind of a race on the west coast and Dave Johnson needed somebody and so somehow somehow I got tapped to do that and poor Dave here he is. Hold the microphone in this hand. Look at that glass ceiling on the camera. I mean that's how basic it was and that race that day. Today on a Saturday was the vosper it was a sprint and a horse who had want who had run Friday afternoon and those days we had twenty four hour entries. He had run on Friday afternoon. His name was no bias can remember that and he won on Friday afternoon and allowance race. Any wheeled right back and ran A.. And the Fosberg. So they're the script was written that day that became pretty easy And that's an was pretty amazing aging experience for the very first time on camera you know not only. Did you have the chance to be around some pretty special forces when you were doing the broadcast but you did when you were working with with some of the top trainers in the game and even your husband Joe who you know had a chance to condition horses like grade one winner Cox's Ridge and Temperance Hill. Who won the travers? The Belmont at the Jockey Club Gold Cup and then Majesty's Prince came along later on to. What was it like to to be around those horses and to see your husband have so much success? Well it was just you know. That's a hard one to put into terms because it there's the the the stress and the pressure you worry about the horses. You worry about the the help worry about keeping the barn going smooth and then you lead them over there and when they run like that it's the highest high on the world and when it doesn't go well it's the lowest low in the world. Then you go home and is he famously told me on. TV when they have to Cox's Ridge one one racer at Aquidneck. And I interview. He's really weird. Interviewing your own husband really I said well he did this and he did it in the reset up and we're talking and he says Yep Yep he ran good he said but you still gotta go home and Cook Dinner. He says that that was back in the seventies..

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Brad Cox Interview

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

09:15 min | 1 year ago

Brad Cox Interview

"British idiom is you heard the call ridden by hobby or Castellano trained by Brad Cox who has been so good for so many years he is now trained one thousand two hundred eight winners in his career and that total includes those three victories that he had yesterday to Keelan one at Belmont Park but none none more special than that grade one Darlie Abe's win and Brad is with me now here on H. R. R. N. Brad Good Morning Congratulations. Thank you good good morning. How you guys doing things are good my friend. Dr You still kind of on a high after that big win. Absolutely they had several breezes this morning at your show just kind of wrapping things up yeah. That's that's a win. You definitely you know saver for a while. They're foreign feud between the great ones yeah. What's that light for a trainer when you show up to work. The next day is kind of like a victory lap around the race track where everybody's coming up and shaking your hand and congratulating you you know it's it's it's good. I mean you know it's it makes it easier to get up in the morning. I can tell you that when you you know just having good horses to look at watch them work watching breeze. He's checking the next day. F You know post race stuff like that so you know it's good horses which is get up every day and do this force. The you know have horses than move forward young horses Oaks Derby British Cup type horses what you're looking for so it definitely makes getting up a little easier. I promise you that yeah and you've been around so many good ones but certainly British. Idiom is looking being the part at this point in her career and let's remind people. This was only her second career start. She's now a perfect two for two after breaking her maiden at Saratoga back in the middle of August. It look back on that race from yesterday she she won very impressively very easily. Share your thoughts on the performance. I I mean it it. was you know to think he was going to go over and perform like that no way. I mean you know she. She just she just blew just spectacular performance and you know watching watching the race I mean broke with higher did a great job of keeping up in the race not necessarily on the League exactly what you like to see setting off a couple of horses a relatively you you know reasonable pace the backside. I think he was laying fourth and I looked at my sister and I said she's in a perfect spot. I mean she's got no excuse from here and then when she brings it up to the leaders eaters to three eighths. Kinda started looking at some of the horses behind us like I think she's got these in front of her when she's come up to fairly I think you can go buy these and then obviously I was kinda looking for perfect perfect alibi and szucs Philly and I saw so perfect alibi was kind of interesting you know if she responds when heavier ask this things over and she did and you know the only thing I told you can't tell the guy I don't give them any instructions at all jocks but the only thing I told him I said it's a short wire so don't don't you know short stretch. Yeah I wire so just when you turn for home ever position and he did just that she responded well. It was very very impressive race. Did you know this philly could be this good in this caliber when you first laid eyes on her no really well not when I first laid eyes on that yeah you have to go through several steps. You know obviously months and months of preparation to really get a line on we had this. Philly keeneland England then we moved into this summer and she was really stepping for stepping up and you know acting like she was a good horse we breeze brought her to Churchill with the intent of running her at Saratoga and Yep. We just left our church. I I can't remember exactly how it was about just her last work before she ran at Saratoga. was from the gate at Churchill she'll and thought you know this phillies going to be awfully tough at Saratoga auction race. We'd like to a lot so and you know come to find find out. It was like that morning. There was a buzz I was actually at Churchill today. She broke her maiden Air Togo but there was a little buzz kept hearing like you know they're stranded like horses turning like Susan. I like four or five of them in there and you know she. I think lots of times like you know I thought she would have been down a little more and she wasn't. I just think it was a you know a lot of people like horses in the race and the silly it was second obviously came back and broke her maiden. Belmont which was a positive You know just a couple of weeks ago so I uh I think it was even though it was restricted maiden race it was decent strong maiden races well so she received a big figure out of it to that. That was the one thing that Japan Academy Rag Number. You know a couple of days later and I thought you know she moves forward off that you know she's a she's a serious horse. She obviously did it. Just took us a while to get her back to the races we point for the Pocahontas and she the week before she breezed in the breeze was just okay and We've put a blood on her blood worker blitz count. Where's off a little bit so we just decided to skip the Pocahontas in point for talking with trainer Brag Cox Looking back on yesterday's big win in the grade. One DARLIE also vitek was British idiom. She is now punched her ticket to the Breeder's cup juvenile fillies which will be held at Santa Anita in Arcadia California about well one month from today. Hey we'll be breeders cup Saturday Brad. What do you do now over the next four weeks to make sure that she stays in peak form and she's ready to fire her best shot in the Breeders Cup. Well just you know as of right. Now you know I believe we have a plane scheduled to go out on Tuesday before so that's the twenty ninth we'll just go out then with whatever we have that's earn whatever earn their way to the Breeders Cup and you know just who works. I think you know nothing fancy. I mean you know she got a lot out of yesterday's yesterday's race being the second career start and you know just hoping she comes out of in good shape so far so good she scoped great. Last night looked good last night. Put her to bed and she looked at this morning. So you know Oh everything's positive with her will to this point and you know like I said we'll bring her back to Churchill worker twice and then off to California to before as long as everything goes well when you get an opportunity unity to maybe add a couple more grade wants to your resume later today you have Juliette Fox Trot going in the grade one first lady here at Keeneland and then you'll send out in the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic at Belmont Park. You'll send out arc low in there so let's start with Juliet Fox Trot. Tell me a little bit about her really Nice Philly. I mean it took a really tough being California. Last time we got was beaten by. I think the two thousand eighteen races and the silica so I mean I think right if the wires the only time she was in front on of us we got back in front of her past the wiring dot great really nice really think the world ever very very classy filly to deal with in just just real real nice philly that train them and just very straightforward. Does everything alleged WanNa see a horse do of the mornings and obviously the afternoons as well since she's been here in North America America and just amazing philly not real big. I mean she she's. She's a beautiful really beautiful. I- owner beautiful head up but it's not a big big philly typical. I think you know think cut back to a mile. I think is a I think she can do anything between a mile. Maybe even a mile and a quarter anything in there but I always like a horse that you know in a mile in eighth last time cutting back to the mile today. I think a positive that she drew well in the race. looks like on paper. There's speed I'm hoping she can kind of break settle kind of shut off a little bit going into the first turning up the backside and she does that she'll be. She'll be very very competitive today. I think a lot of this feeling. I think she she some you know. Hopefully can you know get some great one placing. Maybe hopefully a great one win and I think you know. I think the plan right now to raise their next year and I really think she's got had a big feature. You know it's interesting you talk about the mile and an eighth cutting back to a mile later on this afternoon and how much you like that move. I've heard other people talk about horses making that can't move to why can that be so successful. I guess it's just a fitness thing I mean I know. We've had the feeling training all year but it's a lot angles and racing that you know you. Can you know I. I sometimes like you know You don't even if a horse runs well on the dirt going to turf. It's almost like you trick them a little bit. You know it's it's and you know I. It just felt like you can have a little more confidence with your shortening horse up as opposed to stretching now now 'cause you know the further you go. I guess the unknown but you know she performed well at a model at Qinglin this spring so we know she can do it. She didn't really shut off and rate that well that day wish you would have you know relax a little more but it was a first start off a long layoff for a long time. I asked her to run a little bit earlier and she was just kind of on the go like I said from off burning fresh off the layoff but she she's moved forward and she responds to what the routers warrant They had three different jobs under this year. You know they've all got along with her. Well so I think for on obviously knows Schroeder twice before been able to get her. They're both times so hopefully like I said if she can get take a trip and relax a little bit early. She'll be tough yeah. You've had her for four starts now. In North America her first one as you alluded to is keen last April after she campaign in in her native Great Britain when you get a horse like that Brad that comes in from overseas.

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Originating from our Jimmy Johns of Lexington studios welcome to the weekend stakes preview presented by Niagara era pets as they come to the top of the stretch. The leader is channel maker but here comes Robert Bruce on the outside Jose Ortiz shaking hiccup channel maker it right Ortiz on outside with Robert Bruce. The two of them arrive in the final furlong channel maker keeps on finding on the inside Robert Bruce Beta pale run at him and channel maker is going to win the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic going away by four and a half lengths Robert Bruce was second and then it was settlers Choi third by highlands Guy Fourth in two minutes thirty point seven three seconds now here's ears. Anthony Stabile and Steve Hausky good evening. Everyone welcome to the weekend stakes preview presented by narrow bets here on the Horse Racing Radio Network on the big a Anthony Stabile joined by Steve Kerr Bosque where I thought the Finish Line of Beautiful Belmont Park down in our Jimmy Johns of Lexington Broadcast Studios is producer Surly Dela Pena women. You're in action all over this weekend fourteen women. You're in races to other stakes. We got sixteen stakes racist coming at you on this. I ought first week in October. Edition of the weekend stakes preview what's happening. Steve Ready to roll. I can't wait aunt been waiting. Wait and all week for this kicks off a false stars weekend here.

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

13:58 min | 2 years ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"Traditional feedback techniques and performance management practices heat is still the vast bodies of research based practice in actionable insights making immediate difference in how people work learn envied his work has caught the attention of marshall goldsmith in adam grant the ladder called timmy breath of fresh air please join me in welcoming joe hirsch hey robby so they give so much for joining me permanent office in dallas texas it is a joy have you here as you know this is a show about building strong relationships and leadership so tell me how do you define leadership end when did you realize you had the skills sullied among those are good questions i guess i would say leadership ship is ability to listen and told her and i think those two qualities defined the way that leaders interact with everyone around them but also how they define their relationships and really the tone that exist in the organization as a whole and i think for myself i had been getting better at that i think whenever i'm louis were never never done leading were never done learning and so i think they've all these listen well and to keep learning from others is something that i like so many other people continue to do but i think a defining moment for me came probably three years ago where experiences i was having in my work above me realize that this is absolutely the most essential thing leaders to listen and they learn so with there's somebody that got you thinking that even early on in life like is there someone you could point to who you're like you know now that i know this is the important quality a critical feature of being a leader actually i could see how this person in my life with that for me i think a t shirt earlier in my life a when i was in high school who who did that and i he he didn't presented itself as a leader but we saw him as one and i think the reason why we respected in so much is because he truly listened to us students and took interesting but we had the say and made us feel almost like we were on the same field is have that that we weren't quite as equals but we were close enough to be in the conversation and as i reflect on that individual now a much later in my life i think that skill to see herself as someone who invites others into the conversation who isn't afraid to be able to learn at all instead of a know it all someone who does that that person is a leader is ultimately when you do that when you listen and you and you learn everyone around you that's when you create not only followers you create leaders it's such a stronger team to like that class would be more engaged if you are a job like to have people around you who were would not afraid to speak up because they know you're open to learning like you get the best to people when you create that environment so the word inclusive came to mind when you're talking about that that idea of inviting people in the conversation not necessarily in that moment as equals but as you said like you're you're welcome to participate in a way that maybe others wouldn't have made you feel welcome and this is ben animating all of my work with already high performance feedback it is this idea of allowing performance management to become more of a partnership rather than a trial at the stop looking at people as vessels to be filled but really is agents have their own change that robbie is the defining feature of high performing organizations today who don't see performance management as just another way back into rank in the box people out in his awaits you ring out people's very best help them become closer to the the true selves that they already are help them happened to the parts with himself that are there but they may just not know about so well and that's the job of the leader to help that person get closer that it also sounds daunting and i imagine from people who are not self assured it's hard for them to be open to doing that other people 'cause they're like my own weaknesses might show so the challenges that to grow as a leader is also have that vulnerability an invite in participation in you know own you're you're learning edge's in a way that maybe it's easier to ignore so i could see that the organizations that get through that like will will achieve so much more and optimize like this space the people are connected in a in a way that one's more closed it's it's sort of like the difference between scarcity and abundance mindset yeah yeah i i think the research is pretty clear on this a organizations with humble leaders leaders who aren't afraid to show their owner ability leaders who don't adopt a note all approach leaders who genuinely taken interest in the people that are all around and treat them fully formed adults those organizations do very very well not only do they create high trust environments but they also tend to be high performing environments and and that actually makes a lotta sense it goes when people feel psychologically say when people feel like they can be their true selves an they can bring all of them selves to work that is when people not only feel okay letting others in but they also don't you'll elected to give it out to share feedback with others freely and candidly and that's the real hallmarks of a high trusted environment where the leader is just as likely to take criticism some of his employees as he would from others a that are that are has or an that is a clear up in the research and it's been cleared my experiences working with these teams have all reminds me of the book radical candor which is really you know they ability to speak that truth andy but you but only if you demonstrate doing it will others do it with you like so like someone has to start i am i so curious about how you shift culture i was just talking to a client who said that her last job would she left she would use the hiring smart people an trusting them but she had stepped into an interim role where they're used to being micromanaged in so she was trying to give them too much free rein in that led's all this sort of like bankston you know inner in inner turmoil yeah he was trying to leave it in that way of like i trust you you're here for a reason i believe you have the answer what support you need and they were like oh my god no it's a trick question where's where's he going with that yeah what what do you mean by that yeah what what is question behind the question i i'll tell you is two things that i think radical candor is fantastic but i think radical caring is even more powerful because candor without tearing lands differently doesn't it and ultimately feedback back is all about relationships and if we have eight series of high trust relationships where i as the manager might not only show you that i have power but i i want a good partnership that that changes the whole dynamic of my relationship and i think that's when people feel okay about sharing things with each other when they know that they're truly is an interest on the part of other people and help them get through these tough ashes in performance that's that's the mark of i mean i'm so curious about how you ended up here joe like what what whether you're a journey to this point i mean this is you you clearly are so like has such a well forums thoughts on this topic and it's one that many of us haven't and spent that much thinking i'm thinking about the league experience both sides of that feedback comprehension totally so at what point did you think this is an area of study 'em you know there there's there's a hole in the field but i feel feel like did you have early experiences it made you think oh i really wish is better i wish i was better at it yeah absolutely that that is exactly how i i sort of fell into this field of work i come through the education space a both as a classroom teacher as an as an instructional coach an in both of those roles i was getting lots of feedback students as well his colleagues and other people in the district in that and what became very clear to me early on is that the way we give feedback i really leaves a lot to be desired because like the corporate world it's highly focused on metrics ratings an accounting and measuring but there isn't the human side to were not taking into account necessarily all time the full range of emotions experiences of of interest that other person and what led that person to do what he or she did i started writing about that mainly in education space and eventually i wrote one particular blog where i took a concept i learned from marshall goldsmith called feet forward which marshall uses to describe a series of sort of quick a real time feedback gathering conversations mainly in an icebreaker setting where you and i are together i'll go to you and say robbie has a problem with having what can you give me some speed focused on how he might tell me something and i'll say thank you appreciate that and then move on just like speed dating with cormon and they started to become more familiar with the concept i realize there is tremendous research underpinning here there is so so much in the realm of motivation of communication trust of teams out of the way that we could address all the others in the way that we allow others to proceed us and so with marshall's permission and now with his blessing of unpack that research and when presented research base case feet forward and i write about in the feedback at marshall is kind enough to blessed with his own gordon references in our and his working surprised by the direction it's taken this long and again something he bought wouldn't necessarily you lied but what's so exciting about this is that it's not just something that's resonated in education space it spills out everywhere because we in every sector in every industry that in most human beings we have a problem problem and the problem is we spend so much time prescribing fixes really we just have to let people fill the space away they best no out ultimately people hold truths and intuitions that even a savvy managers will never understand will never proceed and that's why i think the mark of leadership is to be a learn at all and non no at all because when you create space for someone to fill that void to provide you the leader to provide guidance to allow those insights to surface that is when the conversation truly becomes a partnership that is when people truly ball so starting to write about this and starting to speak about this is lead to even been more discoveries and more insights a huge field and i'm so grateful that i'm able to contribute some heart to it but ultimately i think we all are writing this new narrative on performance management a if anything it is stimulated a conversation but ultimately the truth about what makes someone truly great here she does that's not gonna come from a from a consultant that's gonna come from individuals and it'll happen when we become more self aware and create space to really be reflective about her own practice and that's where managers and leaders commit that help us create that space and set those conditions burlap i i love hearing this sort of origin story and how it evolved over time from like a sort of peak decree acetate easter picked out a little bit and then you know you're this concept m a n you sort of but you ran with it you know like some people reid or here about a clever technique you know and like oh feet forward oh that's that's interesting and like it's filed away somewhere but like just think oh this really tapped into a lot of areas of my interest in honestly as you were talking it in i know you're children i was just thinking this is a lot like parenting oh yeah like so much like everything but did you say like designing the optimal space like like breathing a container get out of the way out of it yeah yeah let them share their insights like don't prescribed them the way the demand side yeah i i think in a lotta ways parents parents and managers i as i see similarities i mean ultimately i think it's about looking after people and helping people make making sure that people have what they need to be successful right great parents do that great leaders to that a i also think there's a there's a certain element of challenge involves a meaning the parents end leaders have to apply just the right amount of pressure and.

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"You got magic wand from cool more you got air lift from Japan and the the Philly fan Moreau come in from California. She'll be the speed you gonna try and get him behind the Phillies. Yeah. I think those those kind of will just outta medically out running, you know. You know? I mean going into the first turn I think I think they have of probably more early speed than what we've got. Of course, when you know, we weren't to wire wiring. The Joe Hirsch was twelve furlong race with maybe a lack of any kind of substantial speed in putting on the engine and in he handled the situation. Very well. He was very good that day. I don't think he's you know, when you cut him back in in distances, we go back from twelve months to you know, man and a half. I think is is looking at a whole different pace in there you in generally speaking, probably a different a different group horses. So he he he's not, you know, I doubt he's going to be up on the pace a couple of those those speedsters. He's nice little given the ground to doesn't seem to bother himself. Yeah. Well, both our horses k with some given the ground in. I used to think that channel maker probably didn't want it soft. But when he ran, you know in a couple of his better races this fall there. There was a lot of given the ground. Of course, we went to the Breeders Cup. And and it was it was a real bog on that day. I I don't I don't care for it much. He didn't care for that much in in scenario on that, particularly because we tried to force him up into the pace. And I don't think he liked it. I think you know, I think with most horses you've gotta let them settle into a rhythm where they're comfortable with if you try to take them out of their game. And and you know, if you want to decide the the pace for them several times, it doesn't doesn't work. They've got they've got to be comfortable with. As Bill Maher talking about Yoshida and channel maker in today's Pegasus World Cup turf. In the interest of time here guys we're going to get right to our Todd Pletcher clips, I promise people they would hear from Todd Todd talked about audible this week with Jude in with Anthony unexpressed fit radio. And here's what he had to say about his World Cup contender. You know? I mean, it's not ideal by any means, especially when the the two horses to be true favorable post three in the five. But you know, I think the real key to the race for him is is that he he enjoys a hot pace to run into and and he does have tactical speed. But he's you know, I think is best performance has been you know, in races like, the Florida derby and the Kentucky Derby with air contested pace, and and he can close into those. So, you know, maybe with pattern recognition drawing way outside in the twelve. He's going to have to come away, and and some speed in you know, maybe him and city of light accelerate get up and mix it up a little bit. That'll that'll help chances. But at the same. Coming from post ten we need to we need to get away alertly and cleanly and get to the first turn does save some ground establish some position ourselves gun runner was able to do it from the ten post last year. But you know, he's he's a front running horse and he got away cleanly and who's able to do that. You don't see too many horses from way out. They're having success. That is a concern. Hi, Todd Pletcher talking about that post position. That's how he started his sound bite there and coming from post ten today but concerned lot of horses. Don't farewell from out there. JT takes a special horse. Yeah. Well, it's not that it can't be done. But it just makes your job all that much more difficult than race like this with a lot of money on the line you'd like to have every right gonna get to a break here in just a minute right at Twee bring you your KTLA KT obese spotlight segment for this morning, this monthly segment reminds you that for the forty eighth time horse racing's champions.

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"You got magic wand from cool more you got air lift from Japan and the the Philly fan Moreau come in from California. She'll be the speed you gonna try and get him behind the Phillies. Yeah. I think those those kind of will just outta medically out running, you know. You know? I mean going into the first turn I think I think they have of probably more early speed than what we've got. Of course, when you know, we weren't to wire wiring. The Joe Hirsch was twelve furlong race with maybe a lack of any kind of substantial speed in putting on the engine and in he handled the situation. Very well. He was very good that day. I don't think he's you know, when you cut him back in in distances, we go back from twelve months to you know, man and a half. I think is is looking at a whole different pace in there you in generally speaking, probably a different a different group horses. So he he he's not, you know, I doubt he's going to be up on the pace a couple of those those speedsters. He's nice little given the ground to doesn't seem to bother himself. Yeah. Well, both our horses k with some given the ground in. I used to think that channel maker probably didn't want it soft. But when he ran, you know in a couple of his better races this fall there. There was a lot of given the ground. Of course, we went to the Breeders Cup. And and it was it was a real bog on that day. I I don't I don't care for it much. He didn't care for that much in in scenario on that, particularly because we tried to force him up into the pace. And I don't think he liked it. I think you know, I think with most horses you've gotta let them settle into a rhythm where they're comfortable with if you try to take them out of their game. And and you know, if you want to decide the the pace for them several times, it doesn't doesn't work. They've got they've got to be comfortable with. As Bill Maher talking about Yoshida and channel maker in today's Pegasus World Cup turf. In the interest of time here guys we're going to get right to our Todd Pletcher clips, I promise people they would hear from Todd Todd talked about audible this week with Jude in with Anthony unexpressed fit radio. And here's what he had to say about his World Cup contender. You know? I mean, it's not ideal by any means, especially when the the two horses to be true favorable post three in the five. But you know, I think the real key to the race for him is is that he he enjoys a hot pace to run into and and he does have tactical speed. But he's you know, I think is best performance has been you know, in races like, the Florida derby and the Kentucky Derby with air contested pace, and and he can close into those. So, you know, maybe with pattern recognition drawing way outside in the twelve. He's going to have to come away, and and some speed in you know, maybe him and city of light accelerate get up and mix it up a little bit. That'll that'll help chances. But at the same. Coming from post ten we need to we need to get away alertly and cleanly and get to the first turn does save some ground establish some position ourselves gun runner was able to do it from the ten post last year. But you know, he's he's a front running horse and he got away cleanly and who's able to do that. You don't see too many horses from way out. They're having success. That is a concern. Hi, Todd Pletcher talking about that post position. That's how he started his sound bite there and coming from post ten today but concerned lot of horses. Don't farewell from out there. JT takes a special horse. Yeah. Well, it's not that it can't be done. But it just makes your job all that much more difficult than race like this with a lot of money on the line you'd like to have every right gonna get to a break here in just a minute right at Twee bring you your KTLA KT obese spotlight segment for this morning, this monthly segment reminds you that for the forty eighth time horse racing's champions.

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Most notably, Robert, Bruce. Robbie, Bruce was the horse that had won the Arlington million for Chad Brown. He'd done a number of good things and he looked like a legitimate runner. I guess a little bit of a question about a mile and a half. Ultimately he tried but couldn't catch up to channel maker. Here's the stretch and the Joe Hirsch. But here comes Robert Bruce on the outside Jose, Ortiz, shaking up channel, maker it right Ortiz outside with Robert Bruce, the two of them arrive in the final furlong channel maker keeps on finding on the inside. Robert, Bruce made a failed run at him and channel maker is going to win the Joe Hirsch turf classic going away by four and a half lengths, Robert, Bruce was second. And then it was also had Sadler's joy in their. I d honestly, I feel like Sadler joy has lost a little bit here. Here is he continues to get older, and if he's five or six at this point and he's five, I think he's also a little bit on the fastball. Conversely, channel maker seems like he has turned a corner. Seems like this is a horse and Bill Maher had said exiting that race exiting to Joe, her stir classy goes. It's good that we got him out there because he has been kicking down the door ready to go. And if you needed to wait another five or six weeks to get him into the Breeders Cup, because I don't know if we keep them sharp, that long he needed to run. He ran a giant race. I said it then I'll say now it reminds me very, very much of beach patrols race last year. And I realize a lot of people who said he's not beach patrol beach patrols. Better noted. Well, guess what beach patrol was always a horse that was close, close close. He would win some. He would lose some and he was always running in that sort of one hundred range from a buyer standpoint shows up on the Joe. Her stir classic believe there was a little bit of.

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Line favorite. The number two, thundering blue. Worst was a solid handicapper for most of his career, but just gotten into career form in his last three races. It looks like it's turned into a bit of a beast. Yeah, he really has gotten good. He got that group three one, three starts back. It's not that often. You'll see your horse. Go from fifty to one in one race to two to five, his next race, but that's what happened with this. Whereas we'll take a look at the replay of the Stockholm cop here. He's a huge. Favor of this raise. You're gonna see your stretched out field behind them, but it's not that surprising that he puts this field away considering how well run to starts back in a really tough judgment international. Those two horses that beat him in the Juddmonte international roaring lion poets word, thundering blue came close to those horses. But those two wars is either one of them would be favored in this year's Paddison Canadian International, and it was nice to see that thundering blue proved that race wasn't a fluke with this performance Regis stretched them out. Yes, it was inferior competition, but the horse showed he can ship. He's one of the morning line though it I'm not sure rates such an over this field that I want to take a short price. Maybe the key to this race. Mike is spring quality because we know this source says grade one potentially won the Manhattan on the Belmont Stakes undercard. He was coming into his most recent Storrow, four consecutive triple digit Beyer speed figures and he bombed. It had to be the ground, right? Yeah, the turf classic. I mean, I think it's the ratio probably best put a line through. It was very soft ground. Belmont, not only that that was the first day that the rails were out on the Widener of course that he was. Just stuck on the outside. You wanted to be inside. He was stuck wide the entire way. I would forgive him for that one. Any was prior four or five races make them really tough in here. We're gonna show the video of his race to starts back at Saratoga, the grade one sword dancer. I mean, he ran well in this race. When you consider the context of the race horse on the league, wired the field, the horse run second channel maker chasing the entire way. There's only really one horse in this race who passed anybody in the stretch and that spring quality went from fifth up to third, a really nice performance. I think he's a big player in this race. I love this. Thanks dick rim motions Willingham back in two weeks. He is not putting any stock in the Joe Hirsch turf classic. It was a fifty five buyer and I did vice everybody to draw a line right through that race because the good spring quality could easily win this. We like Chad Brown here. You really get chatted a price..

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Body welcome that at the gate, Delhi racing forms, weekend, handicapping preview program. I'm Dan omen. Thanks so much for watching. Here's what's coming up in this week's edition of out of the gate, graded stakes action Breeders Cup challenge, series races from coast to coast Diarra handicapper Mike beer, and I have you covered with the grade one Shad will turf mile in the grade one breeders future at key, Linda, and the grade one champagne stakes for two year olds. Going one turn mile at beautiful Belmont Park. We have not one, but two time for US spotlights. We welcome back chief figure maker, Craig milk. Hausky who's going to take a look at the Shad Wiltshire f- mile and how the pace specifically is going to play out. David going is time formula. Spotlight focuses on the grade. One Belle Dame at Belmont Park JK's play of the day is a pick three at Kaelin, Nicole Rousseau's going to analyze the pedigrees of strong contenders in the two year old race, the grade one champagne at bell. Plus best pets horses to watch and lots lots more. Let's break out of the game. Getting out of the gate with our horse watch segment Mike beer, naira analyst. I know a couple of weeks ago you gave out newspaper of record for Chad Brown and that horse to simply looked since ational last week winning the miss Grillo. But I honestly think you're on Chad Brown's payroll because each every week, your horse watches from the Brown bombs got a lot of good horses dead. It's hard to find a horse runs well in New York, and then it's not trained by Chad Brown. Here's another one US navy cross two year old. First time starter. He's got a lot of good to your old right now. Chad does. Let's look at the replay of US navy cross race. We're gonna pick it up on the stretch already. Here he is coming off the inside. He got outrun early in this race. He made a big run around the turn just to catch up to this field and then he keeps going through this stretch. This was a really nice debut. Horse has a lot of pedigree. He's a half to three stakes. Winners has dam is a sister to soaring awfully was a good forest. Flower ball, winter Breeders, Cup Turf winner. So there's turf down the line that they want to go that route with this horse on dirt made up a lot of ground. This race kept going through destruction is debut. I found a horse that's run well in New York. That's not trained by Chad Brown, and that's the winner of last week's. Joe Hirsch turf classic. That's chattel maker for Bill mutton. He reminds me a little bit of beach patrol who won the Joe Hirsch twenty seventeen in that as they've stretched him out in distance. He has found his speed and he is improved with since he's been more forwardly placed. Let's go back to last week's. Joe Hirsch turf classic channel maker went right to the front and this race. It was a wet turf course very soft or of course, and perhaps the inside was the place to be, but that's a nice source, Robert, Bruce Arlington million winner making a run a channel maker in the stretch channel maker. Unlike his two races at Saratoga way, more professional on his right lead from the moment. He turned into the straight and he kicks away this sources now earn triple digit Beyer speed figures for Bill Martin five out of his last six races. And I think he just found himself as a four Lee place tours at longer distances eleven twelve for lungs. We'll see him in the Breeders Cup Turf in, it's obviously going to be a big, ask. Taking on not only the best domestic horses on the turf, but also the Europeans, but this was found himself. I think he's going to be close to the pace. I think he's going to give a good account of himself in the previous Cup Turf. Let's get some candy capping. The race of the day for Saturday is the great one. One million dollar Shad welter of mile. Let's take a look at the field for Saturday's. DR f, racer the day of the grade one one million dollars Shad. Well, turf mile. Carded is race. Number ten at Keeneland four, three formulator past performances for this race head on over to the race of the day event page at DRI dot com. And for expanded stakes, previews of all the graded, stakes races, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday head on over video dot drroof.com.

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

14:14 min | 3 years ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That says if the weather's player and a pleasant good Sunday morning. The weather will be clear on this final day in the month of September as right tomorrow is Cobra I and a busy day here at kmby are the final day for giant baseball Marty. Look Laurie talking baseball at nine o'clock. I fit should be twelve o five. All baseball games would be at twelve. Oh, five today and looking forward to that the writers cups the forty Niners raiders, and you can catch all that action at the race track on dollar day. And then we'll be off after today for two weeks is a horse's head to the big Fresno fair and that opens on Thursday, and we'll run. For a couple of weeks including Monday, Columbus Day, the eight. So check that out and you can watch and wage here at Golden Gate fields and at San Mateo jockey club. So we'll. Enjoy that little two weeks and then back at it taking us up to December nine but yesterday was a big afternoon of racing at Belmont Park. And also at Santa Anita and to tell us about it and review it let's go to our good man in the east coast. Johnny de good morning. Johnny. Good morning to you. How are you out there? But it's a beautiful more west coast is here on the east coast. And that's good news because we've had so much rain about the poor hair out. No, I know and it's an. When you when you got the simulcast network going and you're looking up in their raining. Canoe. Laurel in the east coast just a lot of rain and. But yesterday Belmont had some big races and Anita had some big all major preps to this year's Breeder's Cup, which will be at Churchill nouns. And so let's quickly go through yesterday. Imperial hint was the winner in the Vosper your thoughts on that one. That was the big failures. No surprise wire to wire. Wire-to-wire in just a. Paid workout actually turned out to be. He was the field and he just validated. The fact that he's the one to beat in the Breeder's Cup sprint. We have some great stirs in California. But imperial, he's the king of the east for sure. All right. We had an upset in the Joe Hirsch turf classic. Channel maker at five to one over the favorite Robert, Bruce. Yeah. I was I think it was a solid race. You know? Consider as how soft turf courses, we talked about how much rain we've had we've had in the east, and I'm sure that played into it. And I believe that group, but a couple of them in there that are kind of interchangeable. In my mind. You know depends whose date is. It depends. It depends. What the condition is. I don't think anyone has. A huge edge over anyone else in that division channel maker right out of the gate once Costa lead, and that may that sink all difference put him in the race early and strides. But he just couldn't get there. They had a two year old steak gracious today, the pilgrim and both the horses that ran one two went off a little bit four and a half to one the favored at eight to five finished fourth Oprah. And it turned out to be the winner. Jere Jeremiah Engelbert Engelhardt was the trainer. For forty under. Yeah. It's always these these two races are especially on the turf. They're always interesting because you don't have a lot of fall to go off of you, just you know, you're going off in just a couple of races. And then you're projecting as you go further who's gonna who's gonna White's the turf, and usually it's a different turf course because it's because you're going from either Saratoga or maybe Delaware park or someplace else in the Belmont. Park's is always a question of hell will handle turf how he will handle that particular turf course, so it's a little bit of a scramble and under. All right in the jockey Gold Cup. They're all talking about diversify. And we ended up with a ninety three dollars winner. A forty five to one shot, discreet lover. Yeah. I don't really understand rattle. Teas. Just an outstanding writer of one of the best in the country. Great young rider. But I don't know. I think maybe took a stupid till before the race. It just he said this wash out of the gate, and I really don't understand what he was doing is trying to get to the lead. Why I haven't figured it out. I just made a mistake. And once those two hooked up on front diversify, and Mendelssohn fractions that were up there nose going to survive, this fractions. And so, you know, you had the screen lover just just causing a horseshoe. There's always in the hot fourth fifth always close, but never there. And today was his day. He got the hot fishy fight. He finally got the hot face she needed. And that made all the difference in the world. All right. Let's move west. To Santa Anita and one defy shot. One the the stake here the American Farrell for two year olds. And that was Bob Baffert. Joel Rosario was aboard on game winner. I'll indoor for ran second and third with his two in the race. Well, you know, Bob, actually win the two year old states race alerts immediately. Sam. I mean, that's that's an upset that never happens. You know, very aggressively by this worsen. He's going to be tough to beat him in the Breeders Cup juvenile. No doubt about it. No doubt about it. And that's it knows how to get them ready. And this one hasn't done anything wrong. It's three for three those areas rides back east mainly was in California and happened to pick this one up. And now he's got himself. One of the favorites for the Breeders Cup juvenile and another favourite prevailed in yesterday's ninth. This for two year old Phillies, the chandelier a grade one and the favorite Avella FINA. And Pratt was the winner and won going away by better than six lengths for Simon Callaghan. Yeah. You know? So he's a little little bit puzzling here because I know she I know she won and Charan much better than she did last time I took the blinkers off yesterday. And she she's done everything. Right. But I have I have my concerns about her going forward. I she has a funny way of going in the stretch she actually did change leaves yesterday, which she hadn't done the time before and they ran quite a bit slower than the boys. I the jury's out me on this group of two year old Phillies. I just I don't know how good all right? I'm looking at the east right now. So for the for the Breeders Cup a lot of water to go under the bridge between now, and then, but that's just my my first opinions is she was best today. Congratulations to her and she just keeps winning but some questions going forward for me. Another good win for Fabian Pratt. He was on Holland offers vice. And this is a Phillies and marriage for three year olds. This was a great one. Rodeo drive so Hollander for has a nice win there. Yeah. This is what a what a nice race. This was and what a mess basilica afford, a silly foil. Philly each forty thousand why the doors Jerry Hall indoors. She's not won seven races in a row. And now grade one victory at two in the maybe last time out just just one of those stories about why people claim horses in why you've been dream that you can get your hands on on. So he like this who wins hundreds of thousands of dollars wins a grade one race comes down valuable broodmare prospect. I mean, she is she's just sensational and threat absolutely to you. They get along. So well, he's just enhancing his reputation has the top riders in the game today. One of the best. All the terrorists. No doubt about it. And certainly capability or else to say great combination. And you know, you have to get some credit to the other. Jason Van Dyke Cambodia. He did everything but win the race. He wanted her to be closer to the pace. She was she got so Sean on the silicon, but she just be good enough. Facility, and it's a taste where the best goes one. And Jerry, Holland are for who's been a master at the used car lot. When he first started out and Golden Gate fields and bay meadows being claiming horses. He still hasn't lost his touch picking this works out. You know, what's amazing about Jerry Hall dorsal is people who San Francisco area. Probably large portion of your audience knows Jerry Hondo knows what he can do on the national stage. He's he hasn't been in the big races that often I mean, okay. It's been maybe maybe ten years since you moved down south for people up north. They don't Jerry home offers name for years. And now he's getting his hands quality horses. He's getting an opportunity to show what he can do with million dollars purchases. And here's one for forty seven in a row, including a great too. So I just shows you the man is in the whole thing for reason. Yeah, it's interesting is the is the guy that can define the ball player or find talent where everybody else's anybody can look and say. Ballplayer Willie Mays. He has a chance to find the guy diamond in the rough, you know, the old expression. It's it's a talent. This is a town. That's a special talent. And. Do you get lucky sometimes? Yes. But he also you'll see that guys like home door for do more correct claims that hey do incorrect claims and as far as the Breeders Cup. Southern California washes had the mayors have not done well in the Breeders Cup filly metrics. And I don't know why that is it's been over over time. I the record is horrendous maybe somewhere around over forty in in the in the Philly America, the silica you look at her. And you think how could she not be a threat in the Breeders Cup filly America? We're gonna find out, but but historically the west coast is not done well in that race. All right. The two favorites accelerate west coast. They ran one to better than two lanes. The winner. The odds on favourite accelerate. Joel was REO. John sadler. Yeah. We had a favorite on the east coast go down, but the favor on the west coast turned in and outstanding performance. Celery. West coast was a worthy fo and movie forward. He's going to be even more difficult. So calm Breeders Cup time. But but accelerate I mean, they put you take a look at his record. Just outstanding four out of five this year with one second. And he's dominated racing on the west coast moving forward. Let's see what happens. Good race, find west coast. So it really adds intrigue to what seems to be a little lackluster classic. Okay. As we wrap up that review. Let's take a look and see if you like anything going today. They're out a lot of money. At Santa Anita to get this show underway. Big fields of lot of races guaranteed million dollar jackpot for the pick six rainbow six they copied bringing over the Florida situation. So a lot of reasons to pay attention to Santa Anita today. Also, your group expressed that has a weekly contest which started yesterday. Tell us about that for next Saturday. Well, we're we're we're offering the contest that that are offered. At Santa Anita yesterday was great competition. Like, I think it was about two hundred fifty players in it, and it was a five hundred dollars. It was three hundred three hundred dollars bankroll two hundred dollars.

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Probably going to be a two-horse race coming down to the wire at the best handicap in the horse in the country, however, is celebrate yet. It's not much of a betting race in that regard, but it's going to be very interesting to see what happens here when accelerate hooks up with west coast return off of a layoff here because west coast was good. When we last saw a while since he's been out on the race track. And while he's been away, exceleron has just been making short work of these fields out in southern California. Let's look at a replay because everything's really out there on pay per view to say. We're going to pick up the Pacific classic at the top of the stretch, but the racist already over exceleron has blown this field out of the water, and he's going to cross the wire, twelve plus Lanks in front with a one fifteen Beyer speed figure. This horse just keeps getting better every time they sent them out to the racetrack and I think recency gives them a real edge on west coast. I agree with that. This race was over pretty much a half mile in each just brushed to the front and dominated as you just saw. Got the big recency advantage on west coast. Perhaps though the great equalizer there is Bob Baffert. We know that he excels off of layoffs. He's got west coast focused for the classic. Maybe he's using this race as a prep, but a lot of folks forgot how good west coast got during the summer and fall of his three year old campaign giant win in the Travers, giant win in the Pennsylvania derby. Good third place finish as a three year olds in the Breeders Cup, Classic, and in his first. Started for he ran a gigantic race. Let's go back to the Pegasus World Cup just in against gunrunner who was horse of the world. Perhaps at this point, west coast, tried him on the turn. He tries again at the eighth pole. He's just no match for gunrunner a real superstar of the game here into one seventeen Beyer speed figure in west coast, and he went to Dubai. We saw the World Cup earlier on and talking about thunder snow, and that was a day where you had to have the lead in the rail west coast, conceded the lead and the rail to funder snow, going into the first turn, and it was good night. Irene, he ran a solid second. Unfortunately, he's been body sources that race, it's taken a long time for bap to get him back to the races. But I don't think he sued when barris himself on really interested to see what we get from west coast in this race because I have a feeling the west coast we saw last year was certainly better than the accelerate. We saw last year. The problem for west coast is accelerates a lot better than he was last year as well. It's going to be a fun race. The awesome again, JK's play the. As got to pick three and a daily double beautiful Belmont Park on Saturday and David arrogant is time for US. Spotlight focuses on the very competitive grade one. Joe Hirsch turf classic. Let's go to those segments right now. Everybody will Jake as plays a day. We're gonna head out to Belmont Breeders Cup preview day three grade ones, exciting races, the Vosper, the hers classic. Also the jockey club Gold Cup. Look, I'm gonna start this pick three sequence of also gonna give you a double, but I'm gonna start the pick three in Ray seven with Vosper imperial handwriting, huge race at Saratoga, whether this is a prep or he's he's in it to win this one. He's going to run really well, and he's going to be really tough to beat one five in the morning line, no value there, the wind pool, but you can't add a little bit of value if you use them as is an ice cold, single on a pick three into a pick three sequence going onto the next race. Race, eight, the grade one, Joe hers, classic. I'm gonna use three horses in here. The one, Robert. Bruce is an obvious based on his run and the two million, but he doesn't have to win this racy. He Iran here Belmont previously was six to some of these horses, so he doesn't necessarily have to win here..

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"One hundred and one. Twenty-three. Everyone else is sub one hundred on the buyer scale. And then you've got a couple of one twenty sprinkled in there from time form standpoint. I'm going to be totally Frank and up front about this. I don't. I don't know how to handle the turf division anymore. It feels like it is just such a such a mishmash right now where perhaps glorious empire is now the king, but I and maybe I just need to wrap my my head around the idea that that a horse that you could ahead for sixty five thousand dollars last summer is now the best turf sort of long distance horse that we have in the United States. I just maybe it's bad for me to be a little bit cynical of that and be a little bit skeptical. And who knows maybe it'll cost me again because these two of the horses that I just tossed entirely. I said, I think they handled that bog turf course in the bowling green better than anyone else. Maybe maybe they're just coming into their own and totally possible with channel. Maker is a four year old and he's always hinted at some ability, but I feel like no channel maker. He's that kind of horse that moreover, the non, there's going to be one horse that he that he can't get by. Now the the, the nice thing about this effort from glorious empire was he went faster early to establish the lead leper through twenty. Twenty-three opening quarter and the mile quarter fraction time formulas has color coded blue meaning it was slow and possibly helping those two horses that were for the place. But I like that he threw down that twenty three quarter for the opening and the final quarter. He came home in twenty two fifty five. He ran every step of the way. So you know, maybe I just need to do admit, this is this is a horse that has turned the corner and he's really turned into something the one, oh, six buyer that. Makes him a threat in any race in that early speed that he's got. I guess I'm just, I'm still I'm afraid I'm having a hard time fully buying in and who knows. Maybe it'll bite me again. It sounds like according to Chuck, Lawrence, definitely going to consider the Joe Hirsch and then go to the Breeders Cup races are all spaced a month apart, and he's doing very well in that schedule and look whatever they're doing. I would say keep going because he just e right now he's enraging form. I also think there's a little piece of him really appreciating Saratoga. But at the end of the day, this is a big effort, channel maker. As I made mention, I'm I think he's always going to be one of those horses that you know, I guess it depends on the price seventy one. Too late for me to be enticed, but I always feel there's at least one that maybe, you know, he can't quite get by spring quality considering he had his little issue trying to get to the Arlington million and coming back here running as well as he did thought. This was encouraging no reason to think that he can't take a step forward, a believe grim ocean tweeted that they will be looking at the Joe Hirsch is his sort of prep to go into the Breeders Cup, high happy. I had speculated prior in the preview dish that perhaps he was going off form. He ran okay here in just okay. And I hate to say, I think that's what you can say for the rest of this field, her would just ran, okay. So if you if you're questioning the top two who've been boss at Saratoga glorious empire and channel maker, and let's say you don't love Robert, Bruce, the winner of the Arlington million. I happen to love Robert, Bruce. I think he's the best her force that we have. Outside of them, what? What do we got here? What are we doing? The turf division here in the United States right now is just a mess, and I normally don't consider these sort of moves, but I think you gotta think long and hard, especially if you're in same campus, I am now, maybe you love these horses, and that's us handicapper. You need to be the to make that decision as a handicap, or I'm looking at this and all of a sudden thinking something that I never thought I would think..

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"His sire would be fast company that would mean that the connections would need to supplement two hundred thousand dollars to nominate him to the Breeders Cup. Now. The big chunk of change the good news for them. I don't believe there is a another time frame on that. I'm not entirely certain. I'm I'm not one that deals with the business side of things, so I don't know dates and things like that, but really it doesn't. It almost feels like, why wouldn't you just wait at this point if you are considering nominating, wait until after the Joe Hirsch if you run well, there then. Okay. Nominating your good to go. You're only four or five weeks out of it. No real sense of doing it right now. I don't think but again, from a business point at something that's over my, I don't know anything about that. All I know is if the source were to run in a race, like the Breeders Cup, I think it'd be interesting. I think Chad has been raging form and really his only blemish is that Manhattan where he just seemed a little bit unlucky, and you might not get the best ride now you you see what he's capable of when he's allowed to stretch his legs out into the career onto the clear. Rather, I think there's a real scenario where he even excels with more distance. I think Robert BRUCE'S a really, really talented horse. I would expect bigger and better things for going forward on the flipside Alman are I thought he really well here the one three buyer. I believe that's right up there with one of his career top figs, if not a career top one, twenty five time, formula's rating that's all strong as well. Chad says he's going to probably be turned back in distance. I believe the quote for Chad was not feeling mile half arou- Manar. He's always felt that he's more of a mile and an eight to a mile and a quarter mile to a mile quarter horse a, it's to me. I think there's a fascinating race for this in the timing of it would be very, very intriguing as well. I would love to see him run in the would by mile. Now. I don't. There's nothing that's been reported about that to my knowledge anyway. At this point, I think Marcus Herschel also pointed out that the pointed out that almoner is owned by Shad well and shadow all happens to be the presenting sponsor of the shed while mile down at Keeneland coming up in October. So maybe that's a logical spot in the connections like to see that I would like to see him run in the Woodbine mile. For this reason specifically, I know a one turn mile is not an easy configuration. Some more steak to it and some don't, but for a horse that feels like he might actually be better closer to that mile an eighth that long stretch at Woodbine. I would work to his advantage. It's a great one. It usually gets pretty good field little bit international flavor. Not that the race at Keeneland is a poor option, but it just wonder if this is a scenario where kind of us that that long stretch t- revenge where maybe that flat mile at Keeneland you're playing other horses game up. There would bind, maybe that's something that you can take advantage of having a little bit more stamina and we know in those late stages of that stretch that just goes forever and a day. Maybe that's an interesting spot for a horse like almond. That's what I would be looking at. It's pretty good lines up about a month from now, but church place him in the appropriate position, put him where he belongs century dream thought this was a good effort here. He's a nice horse. Again, we talked about the mile and a quarter here. Europeans that are usually flat milers they usually can successfully stretch out and get that little bit extra distance here. I don't think there's anything wrong there. Gotcha. Wendy, a great claim. Great job from connections all around. He continues to make money for them. As far as the rest of the field is concerned, never been a big fan of Deauville, made clear that money multiplier. He's, he doesn't feel like he's truly great one caliber runner. But at the end of the day, he's run really well in a number of different spots. Oscar performance. He got bumped pretty good coming out of the gate by Robert Bruce, they broke from the outside. I don't know..

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"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"joe hirsch" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Welcome back to the players podcast publisher emeritus of daily racing form stephen chris steve how are you today hey p pretty good thanks thanks for joining us i wanted to get your memories of bill nack no you worked not as a colleague but in a sense alongside him for a long time when did your paths first crops oh i i met bill when i became the racing writer for the new york times in nineteen eighty one and i i really was you know just thrown into the pool on that and and bill was one of the first people to really take me in under his wing show me where the backstretch was telling me how to do the job and he was a tremendous help to me i mean he was anyone who worked with them we'll tell you especially those of us just a little bit younger than build when you first came around joe hirsch and bill neck where were the two guys who took care of the younger guys and and help them out and he was just so generous with with his time and he genuinely rooted for you and he he was just a terrific guy to come up under were you very familiar with his work at the time you start at a famously you came to being a a racing fan a little bit a little bit later but his work permeated your sphere at that point yeah i read the secretary book and that book guinness stands as as perhaps the greatest her writing of the twentieth century bill was when he was working for newsday daily paper on long island he was the racing writer and he followed secretary at around during that triple crown i mean he stayed with the worst for forty days he slept outside the horse's stall the the night before the belmont stakes he was his biographer his boswell as people like say and he researched everything about the horse and his connection so thoroughly and then woven together into this beautifully written book i mean first and foremost above all bill was just a great writer or horse racing you know or anything else.

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