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"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"No by jewelry with these palm seriously welcome the light monday with the you don't do stocks but i don't need to do that to my the news you need to know about you can going on on on the back in just a couple of minutes to close out adding that it's just i'm so appreciative and the people that were available and then there's others that the we certainly would have been delighted include a tried to reach out to those that fit the the fit the belt and a certainly a lot of individual that touch countless wives and i i hope that the voices that we brought you the were representative and hit the appropriate to arenas the community in kentucky at large and the racetrack and the backside and really everything that john asher loved yeah there's no there's no limit to those that will be missing him and who will appreciate the forever what he either did for them or how he may have contributed to their their careers their enjoyment of the game his influence obviously on the derby and on yeah the the legacy of the downs the will will be felt forever ever just forever you know they famously of about matt win a said he'd seen a mall from the time he was a child he saw the first kentucky derby saw the first seventy five derby's and i guess there was a little bit of a gap between matt win then john asher but john you saw the next a saw at least a a a a certain percentage from from that point on from the time that not win a left the the the stage yeah there'll be very hard to go to churchill this fall and then not see john asher but his presence will always be felt a winner live in our hearts i wanna thank darren rogers of course and a billy reid dale romans and richard klein at shogun nick zito jeremy block tom leetch jim glocks and then jober and i'm sure there'll be a and appropriate charity we could all contribute to a racetrack london and one i know the juvenile diabetes was a was a cause that the john looked after planned to go ahead and interest level which i would want most is for us to enjoy the racing that is coming and things resumed tomorrow saratoga last week last week at del mar in the offing thing is well here at saratoga will have to they carry over two hundred thousand plus with a very tough card said fernando will be with us will talk about the travers a result and start to look towards next week and mccain would sail and and so much much more of what i think everybody casey with a fabulous those job do so we start on days like this the bullet altogether you missed anything she but dot com or replay the bar sirius xm i'll talk to you the loan as a as a as a young lady carolina will be in a row by i know that i know the homer in the second half they what is really serious.

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"About this last night to the people who work in the news business it was like the shot when doing tim russert subtly died and he announces heart of meet the press in that world 'em and you know he he he galvanized that role and then on sunday mornings engine john was the galvanizing figure of churchill and the kentucky derby and it's such a tremendous void to fill they may never it probably never will be filled and i just think that this is a we i these are hard times were you just what you try to remember the good times and what what what a he contributed in a short time with us 'em so i'm just 'em babbling the last two days a ls twenty four hours about you know about this and it's just a is really hard the sleep last night it just didn't just such a shock in a in a great loss and i'm i'm once it's wonderful you're having a show today to remember him and the great things with those people didn't know didn't get to know john very well he was he was like you're best friend that you didn't see for a long time but you betta still like you pick the right up to wonderful person exactly exactly jimmy clocks and thank you so much thank you jim collection everybody let's take a break are last of the morning and a bolt together pay way to say goodbye on this on this tuesdays a dark to stay at saratoga the last the dark tuesday it's it's a it's a dark to stay at churchill downs and a little john asher back got.

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"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"As a as a public relations the type that really transcended they the track of the flack as it were you know he wasn't he wasn't just you know schilling further out of the house it it you know he the sincerity that's the the message that's come through this morning actually with with every passing visit yeah it is in thank you again state from making may be a part of it and you had so many wonderful guest on era now yeah he just says you know this is a good thing is you know i think yeah when everyone there's a few people like john not many you could count on you're you're handling everyone says so many great things when they pass but what john asher all true all true so even as a true blue guy in i just can't believe he's gone but i've got some great memories and of course my derby is long before their special remains because he was covering i don't think he was in churchill downs at the time i think you know seven nine w a job you know five in the morning is hanging out and we took gopher gemstone walk was raining that day bad as you know in the track was i think closed or like talking about albert jose claimants and the walk they're all around and he was he was he was what else is hanging out with us in our allen said i was not my goal to a to me and it was funny i remember his comments because author author handcock one second stroz creek and john said well i should've hit this exact and everybody said why he said while the two most superstitious people i know i want to talk about the heck i could make very superstitious set i should've hit that exactly stuff but he did not like everybody said steve thanks for listening and now i know it's a thankless job sometimes but a blessed john at mackinac nick zito everybody i appreciate that nick and that's a good point that when you became part of of derby war and you know nick nick came close many times after a john it had been installed in the became synonymous with the downs were gonna have another conversation with somebody who is a came under the wing the jeremy plonk a as as aaron rodgers mentioned i i was not aware that a very special that the two of them the way we talk about the the horses the class of the groups out that that's quite a quite a class of of interns jeremy blocking and aaron rodgers who obviously used live is a and and careers a miss anonymous of the with racing and a vigil burns gonna join us jill another they did it considers john i meant or a tom leetch nother broadcasters well let's take a break here will.

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"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And you you're the second person to make that reference that they're just there's fewer entities when it comes to web a you individual that that is in the the front office as it were that in bodies you know everything that that's right then and that is everything we embrace raised about racing and the john john very much was that kind of individual in effect until until richard klein just said that minutes ago i said who you know who in california new york florida florida louisiana you they is there another john asher in and there really isn't one that they immediately comes to mind that's really true no i agree you know it's just it's not you don't have really any the personal contact 'em own on a pretty much a daily basis is it the john had you know not only with his bosses but what is this you know with his contemporaries in the media and the horsemen all the backside and that was something that he loves you know what i mean he he made it special points to get along with everybody in any did it with a smile on his face off some of the pictures have been on twitter and the last you know yesterday afternoon in the morning then i saw you know i've always with a smile smile on his face and you know if i came in there as well as anybody else is i was there see the ball sir night this past year you know we've always coming in a panic security eight eight eight saying you know where where here from in in most places that doesn't exist anymore should the gay heat a chance of appreciation for for you as oarsmen and as a person i i just the baby pictures you must have gotten a kick out of that that the but they were calling the grandson little show yeah well that that's i didn't know that it is flattering but i saw you know some of the pictures of him younger age posted yesterday in a a that was always kind of fun to see and you know i am such a surprise i was back you're watching the races on tv when larry comas said john asher rest in peace about what in the world happened in that kind of went social media in it's already started showing up but 'em a you know then you know let's say the picture main main a lot lotta times more of the words of a john was a very very passionate love and kind of guy but a you know and then when i saw him at churchill you know he looked so good you know he'd lost a lot of weight and a friend though you had everything going that's what you lose one of the things things have happened that you never know about so life is short in the sometimes it's a lot shorter where some people that it needs to be in a multi everything in life is fair but i think maybe that's why it was so well put shug thank you like you should mcgahey and i i have it it's one thing when i reach out the should talk about some of the the great horses that he that he hounded if he's always so stoic about that and you know we always says that in a win one of them departs it's part of the the cycle all this really well put the this one more unfair then then many let's take a timeout here and a billy reid is gonna join us a one of the preeminent journalists in not just in global not just in kentucky but anywhere.

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And you know driving all right now i think about some of my memories with john in her what dale romans the common words he as they say in a band bonkers and then we heard him as he should be on the mount rushmore churchill downs i'll take a little bit farther i think if there's a some involved and rice and that's not totally involved and race in the third deserves in the hall of fame third one person that pittsburgh just because you know you think about the racetrack throughout the country to have john candy name of john ashtray california price drops her new yorker florida no everybody throughout their industry of john asher and a power driver walk off you sit down and talk to you i dunno if you stop paying attention to what he says because of all these terrible failure that he would have around his office the pictures of bobble head just how much you love or scrapes and they would say incredible just is office just sit there and look at everything you could send flowers like cnn amused amateurs office not talking about she cared for the game and you know unfortunately i've lost both of my parents within the last five years i mean i got the phone call and be what's that my parents you know dom do you want to be there because of how much he respected socket parents and families and whenever you're qian opportunity to say anything about my parents and my family in the car and then you could feel it came from the heart the word dislike about what he brought a tear on john will go on richard i i appreciate it and that's the i think so far when we think about the response and and reid the tweets and the comments that are all over the place his his interest in what really was would really felt sincere interest in how you were doing and and when he asked you know how're things going in and do you need anything it it wasn't you know wasn't claptrap it wasn't just asking as a formality they he he was so sincere about about about everything you've said and then and then it's a rare quality why he's there are already one loss but story of his kids around the same racist about kids and they were fault for a influence just like mine was and he would always ask how my kids were what they were doing any thought why i can't forget you're sending all we took announces a after you know what my parents were up to where they're gonna have their college and what a what they're doing this was on the day that in run the job and he would ask me about my family was so so he parents out only about ten about secure family to everyone a lot of people are you feeling and talked to her family and we would we would kill each other and tell stories about sports so he was just a great guy and it's gonna be proper churchill downs will replace the post and it you know everybody can be replaced but it's gonna be one of the top one a very much richard travel you say you have a on a on a you are are called balance of the food i asked her family amber hair like the weight loss is a few days a lot of people voting i appreciate this richard klein everyone richard safe trip and no will look forward to seeing you this fall about richard klein and applied family that they themselves have done so much more global and the felt that would be invaluable boys the add a were gonna hear from shouldn't be gay and nick zito tom leach and then billy reid among the the broadcasters and journalists jeremy block and yard aaron rodgers earlier that i didn't know that i didn't know that that it was jeremy and had darrin that that got those those internships a gives you it gives you a peek into you know how the relationships form a it was easy for john though because he he wanted to see the young people come into the game in and succeed and that the just one aspect of of why he's in everybody's hearts under these circumstances let's take the top of the hour break our two were paying tribute to john asher and so many people that will have nothing but kind

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"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"There there's there's any number of of people and and then he would he would also he would also appreciate what it meant to their pet day just reached the responded he's traveling the colorado but you know when when he would always referred a pat days win and lynn whiting in and you know be the endorsement in the connections truly when they truly believe that the derby at odds that's what we talked about yesterday who might have been a little divine intervention in our jerk might have gotten a little help so let's see now back to maybe get a little extra help that's it that's absolutely absolutely no damn show first family is great family man on top of everything else they're doing the it'll be it'll be very difficult for a good long while we're gonna continue to hear from friends and colleagues and the people whose his life was impacted by john asher and the daylight the when we talked yesterday we set the show started yesterday we were celebrating their travers day in and it it ended on new with the news of john's passing and i had to bring you back in knowing how how much but british call me and yeah they've got a lot of great people i'm sure wanna go good tributes to the dale romans like facts of dale romans let's take a timeout and a pet days between gates and i'm gonna have richard klein joining us now and then i think will probably get pat before his connecting flight and a pack of just among the countless shocked and saddened back after this richard klein whose family is is synonymous with good works in around louisville and the president's at the racetrack the downs for many many many many years and certainly certainly been there when when john asher greeted burt and the link blinding and richard in in the winter circle and that's an aspect that everyone will mess richard klein joins us next pay tribute to john he witnessed she sirius xm radio the thoroughbred breathing industry will never be the same with the.

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"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And the the the the radio results stringer position out in southern California became open, and while I had many, you know, demo tapes from my sports, directing, you know, it, you know, sports casts or whatever the called radio station. I had nothing of the sort. Of doing a a a radio result in in John Asher? The because this is exactly who John Asher was he reached out to me and said and instead, hey kid, why don't you come with me down to my radio station, which was W H A S at the time. We'll go into a studio we'll of Devo tape of you do race results. And and John would offer you know, helpful information. How maybe maybe you wanna try this way or excetera they way we probably spent two three hours. They're cutting together, some thirty minute thirty second clip that was used and and and anyway, I got the job, and who would think that you know, working in a publicity office? You know, I worked my way up, etc. But that we would end up working together. Again here at Churchill Downs. You know? I was about ten years ago. Now that when when reunited join Churchill, so you know, that was a nineteen ninety four and that was the sole the appear to me of John Asher. Anybody that's ever come into run into John John would do anything for you..

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"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Express their feelings. Billy Reed will join us from Louisville the community. There's people who. May only got to Churchill occasionally here and there, but who? Appreciated John for his contributions in in the in the city. Tom Leetch is gonna join us. Nick Zito shook mcgahey. Generally plunk who's worked with and no John twenty five years. Richard Klein as well. The Klein family one of the first families of. Of the built and Richard's parents and Richard and his family. There are so many friends so many people that. It would be impossible to to get everyone. Darren Rogers joins us and yesterday was a impossibly difficult day suppose, they will get less impossible with each passing day. But. With the fall meet not far away and Breeders Cup coming to Churchill. They'll be endless. Appreciations of John Asher, Darren Rogers. As I wrote you yesterday. I don't even know what to say other than so sorry that we've lost John. Thank you, pal. It's been an incredibly difficult twenty four hours. You can imagine. And. It's just an empty void around here. A lot of tears been Chad. And. A lot of laughs too. In fact, John would be upset with me right now without coming on your show mentioning that it's two hundred and forty nine days until Kentucky Derby one forty five. And the forecast is sunny and seventy five that was that was always, John staple and. He was just a consummate pro and one of the kindest souls. You know, not just you know, not just as a racetrack. And as you said the entire Louisville community. This is a tremendous. Tremendous loss. And there's a lot of people hurting out there. I thank you for. Doing the show today. And and and and I'm honored to talk about my friend. You obviously being in racing communications even before you came to the Churchill had dealings, and and had come to the derby. And and breeders cups your early encounters with John and then coming to the game. If it weren't for John. There you go. I was I was. This is going back to nineteen ninety four where I grew up in southern California. Go into the race tracks on weekends with my father, sanity, and del mar and Hollywood park and was a tremendous fan of the of the sport, you know, had that bug like like many of us many of us do and I had a real interest in broadcast journalism, and it was a sports director of my college radio station about the saddleback junior college. And it was dating a girl a time that was going to Long Beach state and she saw flyer posted on a on a billboard on campus for an internship at Churchill Downs for the nineteen ninety four Breeders Cup. And couple of applied. You're going to have another one on the show. Jeremy punk, Jerry Plotkin. I were the two selected to become interns. And I was all set, and this would have been, you know, August of of ninety four was set the transfer to Cal State Fullerton at the start of, you know, the new year, and I while while at this, internship, and and it shows you how much mediums have changed. Remember back in the day. You know, this is before the internet, but many major cities racing cities Los Angeles here Louisville. I'm sure it was the same in other locales that had interest in racing you'd get the results by listening to local radio stations. You know, maybe at the top and the bottom of the hour. You might get something. Like this Darren Rogers coming to you live from Churchill Downs where the results of the fourth race yada, yada, yada. And it was a broad, you know, kind of a radio results stringer in broadcast results coordinator while I was interning out here. John Asher was still working for W H E S radio. Oh..

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"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Whether they were stabled at Churchill Downs or whether they came in for big opportunities big and small the entire industry. Saddened, of course, by John's passing and Nick Zito has had a major role in derby history, and one of those people that Jon Asher loved to invoke and love to include in derby, kind of recessions, and he joins us adds his voice to just a wide chorus of of love and respect. For John Asher. Nick. I appreciate you visiting. Thank you for having me on Steve I shaded, and I can't I guess it's you know, who's who in racing and privilege to be on your show today because John was special. Everybody was saying that in one of the things that I admired so much about them with, you know, everybody says, you know, how much he loved it there being how even Basseterre and how he's this. And how he's that. We'll guess what? That's true. I loved the bell. Because it's all true. And I used to love to be tell me go to church little, and I remember even this year and April that made racing and I'd love to go when his office because you'd always invite me in the office. And it was you know, the history of the museum had a little office used to play offense. But I'm sure you've been in if you have been in. But it's it's a museum of you know, history. Of racing. And you know, I was proud that have bobblehead there, and we talk and reminisce Shino, John when he was working on the news, the WHAT us, and somehow some way, Steve I knew he wasn't gonna stay news. I knew he was going to do something racing. I don't know why I had that feeling, but I used to like him while Rogers always have the W H S shows, and you know, John, I is no question. I just knew he was just that was it. It was meant to be at Churchill Downs. And what can I say? And I'm just so sorry that he passed so young. And you know, hopefully, you know, what's the Bill have John show what some year and you'll get you'll be the first recipient. I hope. Let's start full. And and I I just I I was always touched in you hit on it to the the way in which he would. He would find a connection than and he would. Just very naturally and organically forge a relationship. And even if you only talk to him or saw them once a year at derby time, Nick. You were you you said it, you were it's a friend. Yeah. He had it. There's no question is love for this sport was the on belief. I don't I can tell you. It's interesting. I think Darren, you know, he hit out of the puck when he said everyone thought he was like the president everyone, you know, Kevin Flannery or whoever else worked for John. And I think that's the way it was. He was he was the ambassador we did it in a polite classy way, and we talked about personal things too. I knew he was very happy. And it's just a sad said thing really is. He was it was specially in. Of course, I remember him. The you know, he was on board with the book way the book, weekdays? And of course, you know, duly read and Jim Bolton and all those guys, I guess I'd had black here those days, but but he was he was he was I just can't believe he's gone. But. You surely going to be messed in. You. I don't know why I'm calling ticking today for him. But I think if ever was someone deserving of an award, it's the John show award. So in your business like I say, hopefully, you get that someday. Well, as a his public relations. Type that really transcended the the track the flack..

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"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"But of course, that was one of his biggest passions, and you know, sunny and everybody always associated some obviously with the derby has John was the Kentucky Derby and Churchill Downs. But I don't know if a lot of people. No, no. I mean, obviously loved the Kentucky Derby, but his favorite race at Churchill Downs is the Clark handicap, and he would tell you a lot of history about the Clark. And the always say that was favorite course race at Churchill Downs. The Clark handicap and member he would be very angry. If he thought that it was going to be downgraded from a great one because of the importance of that race. And it was you know, as old as the derby. But I mean, I cannot be in to express the knowledge I gained from all of my twenty years of association with John and looked up to him in broadcasts. He taught me so much about broadcast and how you ticky late on camera. Just by watching listening to it was so funny. We we'd have a show to start live a live TV show. John wouldn't be there. We'd all be waiting and be about a minute until airtime, and everybody's panicking. This John Lewis, John like he'll be here. You come shuffling in sit down put the mic phone on about fifteen seconds to lie there. He'd look up at the camera say, okay, guys, you ready. Let's go. Like, I told you here totally prepared ready to go just, but as you mentioned gave so much of his time to so much of the industry and around derby time, especially where everybody wanted John to speak at their event to attend events to you know, handicap for them and just you'd never get tired of listening to them. So countless times he would double booked himself events. I always say, yes, everybody never turned anybody down. So he would invariably I could hear him come shuffling down the hall to my office before he even got my office. I go stir Asher he'd come around the corner and say, hey, kiddo. Gotta saver and you can say notes. Okay. Like, what do you need John too? Well, have to vent some supposed to tonight could you possibly fill in for me at this one. And I would always, of course, they absolutely of course, Jon anything. For you at his his reaction comment to that as he did so many people he would say, you are the greatest human being in the world. And I owe you and as I said countless times yesterday, the people my my words to John now, or no, John you're the greatest of being in the world. And I oh you so much of you know, what I've what I've learned. And just his friendship was something that cannot be replaced actually listening to Bruce Springsteen right now listen to Bruce ring team. But it was one of John's absolute favorites, and you know, such a musical aficionado. So just kind of listening to play lists right now for my friend. Joe byrne? Thank you so much. Thank you for honoring somebody who just means so much to so many people and just, you know, God bless his family and prayers and thoughts to to everyone who was lucky to have him in their lives. The beautifully. Put Jill burn everybody. And just one of the people that that just again. All over the community and for. Decades. All his endeavors. Bottom of the hour as we pay tribute to John Asher. And Jim Jackson is gonna join us from Breeders Cup and the. Certainly certainly Jimmy can appreciate one of those people that can appreciate it John as a broadcast professional and from the days where you know, he was covering Breeders Cup. And then the interactions that came once John joined Churchill Downs Jim Guoxin next at the races, remembering John Asher. Apple.

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"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"john asher" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"I get off the elevator going to go to the post game shows and the very first person essie with his smile on that you can have on your face was Jon Asher. And it turns out his daughter had a volleyball game at night and after the volleyball game he was listening to the broadcast and hearing how well western was doing and he jumped in the car and he had arrived as the game ended. Because he just wanted to be there to see his beloved hilltop IRS get the win. He knew they were going to. So that was his arrival at the stadium was as the game had ended and he was there for the celebration with topper fan. And so that's another lasting memory for for me with John or Kentucky, wildcat, western hilltop or spectrum. I love that his you know, I I did not sleep other than other than hearing him. And and being a guest a couple of times on the show that that he endure and did I haven't had the chance to hear him his broadcasting. But I can only imagine and knowing what a what an eclectic. Interests that he enjoyed you know, musically. And and you know, he he had such a a curious mind of in general is his broadcasting knowing that you know, he piled up a wards must have just been just exceptional superb broadcaster. First person that I think that I knew and in media other than maybe K would lead for that one in clips award and he won in eight. I think it was called the Cup comes home when they have the Breeders Cup Churchill down. So the first time, personal instance. You're alley Sheba in the classic and all of that. And he did a a program for the station that he worked at in Louisville at the time on the it was called up. The Cup comes home and one the cliffs, and I think it was the first of all I to say it was five eclipse awards that he won and had had he not left radio to go to work for Churchill Downs. Either. One more. The media clips award that. Evac the we'll have you mentioned that Cup comes home and. Thinking about the category of I gotta look that up. There's a name visit different. It was also degree for that incorporates. Social media stuff yet not radio anymore. Yeah. Tom like, so many. Just. The the void that this creates is is enormous and this. This Breeders Cup season discussed this which glocks, and it'll be it'll be the maybe it's good that the Breeders Cup is there. And it'll it'll prepares and make it I don't know how much easier it could make but. You know, the derby the derby lead up just won't be the same. And it's gonna feel really awkward for maybe for effort for for thumb. What you mean it honored? A thank you for calling honor to get to tell stories and the toll befriended John yesterday. Like, we'll we'll celebrate his life. But we gotta cry. Some I. Great. The great Tom Leach voice of the Wildcats and the other joining the just the parade of those that. Will feel an absence with John Asher gone. Let's take a break here. When we come back, Jill Byrne, who of course, worked alongside John at Churchill and. Looked to him as a mentor jewelers factually. Part of Breeders Cup these days, and we'll get her thoughts.

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Houston Texans owner Bob McNair dies at 81

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair dies at 81

"Of Bob McNair, who of course, was the owner of the Houston Texans, and the owner of stone side stable campaign many horses under that banner for many many years you had a bit of a relationship with him back in the day. Just talk about bad for a minute. Well, Mr. McNair, you know, was just an absolute legend in the game. And he'll Bobby Spalding who was his longtime manager John Asher his racing manager. You know, those guys back when I was consigning and selling horses back before my my time, it it Spencer. They were nice enough to let me sell some horses. Foreign not only Keeneland, but we also sold some forces for them when they were kinda dispersing some of their stuff down in Texas as well. We took some stuff down there to the Texas year. Let sale and got a chance with John Asher to go down and go to Texans game and go down on the field before the game in just you know, Mr. McNair couldn't have been more gracious to us, and my brother-in-law was able to go with the we just had a fantastic time down there. And you know, I hate that. He got out of the racing game. And you know, we sold his farm and shake Mohammad came in and bonded. And then just instant off of a lot of the mating stuff that Bobby in the guys who've done out of the form, you know, they had Breeders Cup success. And you know, I know he wanted to focus, you know, on the Texans, and you know, what a great franchisees done there and exciting times for them. And but Mr. McNair, you know, he'll certainly be missed and in just a guy that gave a lot of his time and money to a lot of causes. Yeah. Well, said Marc toothache or

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"john asher" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"john asher" Discussed on Accelerate!

"Seven and a half billion people in the world, and you do the math and there's quadrille liens of different possibilities of two people meeting, and you know, how do you, what do you say to stimulate interest in the person make that connection then gauge. So that confusing. When I swim, I'm not. I do sometimes try to improve my stroke, but sometimes I swim. Yeah. Challenges and things I'm working on. I feel like my stroke go to pot doesn't matter, but I would I would ask is when you certainly I do this when I'm talking to a prospect and I'm finished, don't you think about what you do better the next time? Yes. But not when I swim. So let's go back to sales. So so, but the point is is I think that. The those in my on my experience and who really succeed as they're constantly practicing the basics. I think that's, and but the constantly learning about the basics is, is they never assume that they know the basics because I sort of the misnomer. We've talked about the fundamentals and some of the fundamentals himselves have so many intricacies and nuances that that we put our own spin onto that. Anything I can learn about how to connect with another person or inspire interest or any of those basics. Hey, I'm anxious to learn because I, I'm still trying to better at him to have a mindset of learner is a great gift. And if you forget things like when you get older, the learning. Over and it's like, oh my God, it's new day is really, it's a gift. So something written recently about trust and use this acronym for the four pillars of trust mice. Am I. And motives, integrity, competence, and execution. And so I talked about some comment on linked about how much they liked it. It's sort of admit it. You know, the fact is, I think when acronyms more these days I get older because the helped me remember things. To that, but it's okay. We're here among we're here. No one's gonna share this, right? So you're among friends, but they're good devices. So really nice. Haret boy, we as always started appointing ended Hugh end of the queue. Yeah, the definitely didn't take the shores Lima two points, but fascinating is always so. Project, Andy grit to talk with you as always, we will talk to friends. Thank you for joining us. We'll talk to you next week. Okay, friends that was exceleron for the week. First of all, thank you for joining me and I wanna thank my guest. John Asher always great friend Gleason join me again next week as I walk them. Joe dome to excel right now, we're, we're gonna be talking about Optima mindset for sale success..

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"john asher" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"john asher" Discussed on Accelerate!

"It's time to accelerate difference. This is Andy welcomed up six hundred seventy eight. That's six. Eight of accelerate the sales podcast of record. I've got a fun show lined up free today. Joining me as John Asher. John is CEO Asher strategies keynote speaker and bestselling author. And also I'm joined again today by my great friend, Bridget Gleeson might have noticed. Bridget hasn't been on some recent episodes. We're both working hard to grow our respective companies traveling a lot. So it's been difficult to sink our schedules to record, but Morris coming up, I guarantee it. So we get to John. I wanna talk to you about the sales house. I'm in sales house. As I've talked about in the past is the BB sales education accelerator created the sales house for the curious smart Beata be seller. So take a moment here, picture self ten years into the future. Think about what you want to have accomplished at that point, how you've succeeded financially personally, careerwise now, right down physically, right down, take a pen, write down what you think you need to learn. In order to make future reality because they come to sales. That's what you're gonna learn at least for your sales career. I mean, this is not just an education. This is this is a movement movement. We come who you want to be to become the best version of you. Great on your terms. So come invest few minutes a day in the sales house. You get unlimited access to me in every bit of sales.

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Honey Smacks are still being sold, making people sick, despite recall

Tony and Dwight

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Honey Smacks are still being sold, making people sick, despite recall

"Dog. For John Asher who died of a heart attack last week at the age of sixty to Churchill Downs president Kevin Flannery was the first to speak at the service. I like to start. John fashion. By answering the question on everyone's mind. There are two hundred

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"john asher" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"john asher" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And racing John Asher is that media Representative he is. The face he's He can. Have titles we give them all the titles in the world he's John. Asher before joining Churchill Asher worked at, w. h. a. s. radio and wave radio his reporting won many awards including the eclipse for thoroughbred coverage Paul miles, NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s., assures funeral arrangements are still pending the head of. The Kentucky. State board of elections. As secretary of state Alison. Grimes is misusing voter information board of elections director Jared daring. Firing off a letter to the. State's executive branch ethics commission accusing grinds of ignoring of federal settlement that requires more. Checks and balances between the state board, of the secretary of, state specifically. Deering says the Grimes is improperly accessing the state's voters and giving. The information to poll. Workers A final farewell from John McCain he wrote a departing ladder which is now been revealed ABC's Alex stone has that. From Phoenix John, McCain never mentions President. Trump and his final goodbye letter his words are. Blonde did open to interpretation the letter read by former McCain campaign manager Rick Davis we will, get through these challenging times we will come through them stronger. Than before we always do McCain writing Americans weaken our greatness when we hide behind walls instead of tear them down Alex stone ABC news Phoenix and farmers. Are set to receive a nearly five billion dollar relief, payday starting next month the agriculture department will start paying out too far Mercer's harvests have been hurt by unjustified retaliation from foreign governments amid the ongoing trade war in July President Trump said the. Government would pay farmers that were slammed by terrorists in twelve billion dollars in aid your next news News update coming at seven I'm will Clark NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s. Kentucky Anna's breaking news weather. And traffic station Thank you guys six. Thirty five Kentucky atas worrying news totally Kruse, j. CPS and.

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"john asher" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"john asher" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"On Twitter this one by Tom petty, was turned up in daughter Heather's car, when she left the house this morning The son Cameron now two years. Old exclaimed I like this song and then John writes he's a very good boy with exceptional early tastes I love that that he was so pleased that his grandson love Tom. Petty already at age two that's Asher he just had this love of. Music and he would? Pick songs that he, would put on Twitter, sometimes I'd click him, because I knew they were going to be great But they'd. Be these rare or odd or a click jazz pieces or some sort of buddy miles thing or. Some sort of I don't know he would just come up with with You know. Really great perfect pieces of music for the moment for the mood of the moment Wynton Marsalis or something that matched that. Days feeling that's where. John Asher was just a, masterful storyteller he was doing it by taking, his own perception of. The day and then blasting it out or easing out on Twitter he didn't blast anything as a matter of. Fact when I heard, our news twenty minutes ago I laughed. To myself John Asher is smiling that he's not the lead story here, me and he was for several hours earlier today he was so humble he doesn't want the spotlight on them it's just the. Kind of guy. Was is a news guy at heart And as I said he left here in the late nineties and I said. You'll be back he. Said no he called me, homes and home slice he said no homes, this situation I cannot. Resist because he would be here and he can read the news and that's back in the day when you. Actually had paper copy, he could read the news this morning. With a police blah blah blah blah, blah blah blah whatever he'd say And then, in his other hand or right below. Him would be the racing form or whatever he knew what was going on, that day at the track and he just loved it so much I was just reading the bio that Churchill. Downs put out a little while ago and I'd forgotten how many eclipse awards, awards he won for outstanding national radio coverage of thoroughbred racing he won five of those he just did great great work for us. But he loved that was his passion so he when it came time to do the the stories around derby season he was in the flow of, it all and take it all in and he befriended, everybody connected to. It so, when, that job came open for him to. Be a, spokesperson at. Churchill we couldn't have held him back with a team of wild horses because he wanted to be with the thoroughbred horses over at Churchill and he just, always had that smile that knowing loving smile and he, always, had, a, clever, retort, to, something, because he's just He was someone who was just a wealth of information on so many levels in matter you put a baked potato in front of him and said do five. Minutes on baked potatoes about. The first time I you know whatever and, he had a beautiful voice and he. He was just so inventive and creative that he could ad lib his way, through I'm sure if the copy was gone wrong or something had changed he would just do it flawlessly on. The air and that's just one of those masterful type of broadcast talents that, we missed so much in fact we pitched him the morning show do the morning show here a long time ago I think it. Was Mr. Wayne Burkey rolled out of here if not had been a few years later and he thought about it for about Ten seconds, I mean but he was thinking about it but then, obviously he wanted to, stick with a job he loved and then he he just grew into a. Role where he becomes the Churchill Downs ambassador which is what he really was more than anything. Else and when famous people would come to town to. Perform and they'd wanna see Churchill Downs he this quarter Moreno's looking at some. Of his, pictures earlier Neil diamond up on the roof I mean you, you just people that were just coming through regular folks who, might be, visiting, just driving through from Kansas on their way to somewhere and they wanted to see Churchill Downs and if they just happened to. Intersect with John Asher Joel Moreno give him his time and he, listen any teach them something and say this happened. Here this happened there and that's just the guy that he was always open always willing. To help, and man that was a that. Was a piercing blow for all of us we. Love him in the media because he was so helpful for all of us around here and good luck to Churchill with the upcoming Breeders Cup Up is not absolutely cannot be the. Same without John Asher who was always our hookup always our connection to get something done and. It was always done perfectly so we're hurting for you D. And daughters and grandkids and everybody connected to the, Asher family we're all hurting, too we know it's a lot tougher, for all you guys but we're. All family in this one Us radio wait forty w.. H. a. s. traffic.

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