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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

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07:53 min | Last week

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Good caught a sloppy track that day and finished 5th, beaten 12 lengths at odds of four to one. So he was expected by several people to run well that day and he really was never a factor. Now he drops all the way into 20, so half of the price of what he was claimed for, which is never a fantastic sign, but you may have found the right spot in this race. This is the finale on the card over at aqueduct. So not a whole lot to go on here in this race. These finales during, even though it's technically not winner during the winter ish months at aqueduct seemed to usually be larger fields of either lower level maidens or condition claiming types and very often there are three or four runners in the race that look like they have a realistic chance and anyone else would blow up the tote board. And that's kind of what we have in this spot. We have two of them that are being bet. Everyone else is 7 to one or higher as they approach the starting gate. So it was a very quick post parade, as you can expect, especially during this time of year and aqueduct. It's not like there are a whole lot of people standing out there on the apron. It aqueduct when the temperatures right around 50° and the sun's going down and the traffic is starting to build around New York and people need to get wherever they need to get. So they kind of just went right out of the paddock and straight onto the turn and toward the backstretch where they head down to that one mile starting point for this finale at aqueduct. We can tell you that after this race, we've got about 15 minutes to post for the third over at delmar. We've got 13 minutes to post for the 8th the Churchill, so hopefully we'll be able to get you both of those without running on top of each other. They ran their last races basically exactly the same time, which wasn't supposed to be that day. As I mentioned, Churchill downs was just three or four minutes delayed, which put them right on top of the second race at del mar. It looks like they're trying to speed things up to get off of each other because especially now when aqueducts done after this 9th and final race and they're arriving at the gate now. Del mar and Churchill downs will by far be the two goliaths out there and it doesn't make any sense for them to stay on each other. So hopefully they can have some sort of communication and stay off of one another and give better as a chance to wager on all the races at Churchill and del mar for the remainder of these Black Friday cards. All right, back over to aqueduct, the horses are arriving at the one mile starting point. Once again, one turn mile on the fast main track, which is way at the end of the shoot at aqueduct. These are made in three year olds and up in for a $20,000 tag, the track is fast, scratch numbers, one and 9, 8 of them going to post not much change in the wagering number three North Pole, trying to make the 14th time the charm. He is 7 to 5 right now on the board with Javier castellano aboard. And second in the wagering is number 7 strong light, strong light with Kendrick Carmouche aboard as they arrive at the starting gate and get set to load for this finale over an aqueduct. Nice, nice card to kick off the I guess it's not really kicking off the Thanksgiving weekend because there are several race tracks that ran yesterday. By the way, speaking of Javier castellano, he was aboard Kathleen O who ran second in her comeback earlier in the card at aqueduct logs to a big long shot. Kathleen oh, we haven't seen her since she ran in the Kentucky oaks earlier this year and she ran second off the layoff against significantly softer competition we'll see if she improves wherever she shows up next time out. All right, they are loading into the gate for this finale at aqueduct. Here is the gray strong light son of brodie's cause who is being led into the starting gate, whisky warrior. A John Kimmel trainee who's been facing a slightly tougher competition most of his starts dropping into 20 for the first time in his career. That's this afternoon. Poppy on ice for Randy Prasad coming off a second place finish at this level last time out and looking grand, rounds out the field. Here's the finale at aqueduct. Finale. Number 8 set piece when he gets a clear trip, he's probably about as good as anybody. He seems to either get into traffic trouble or have some be forced very wide if somehow want Hernandez can work out a trouble free trip. There are bubbling beginning for number two Phoebe's frosty. Here is grand again to go out for the early lead. As sharpened now moves up and Phoebe's frosty is gaining ground down at the rail. North Pole is up close. Onto the main track now, Phoebe's frosty is down at the rail. Now, to take the lead, the grand again, and North Pole they are right together second and third with shampoo, who is racing in a fourth. It's a 5 length break back to whisky warrior along with a looking grand then comes strong light who is down towards the rail and the trailer is papillon ice. The quarter went in 24 seconds. Phoebe's frosty and North Pole and the two of them are heads apart for the lead. Grand again, sits just off of them in third with sharpen in fourth, strong light up into 5th now a half dozen links from the lead. As the field heads for the far turn, opening half mile and 48 and three, and it is North Pole now to take over the lead from Phoebe's frosty, North Pole is in front and clear by a length and a half. Phoebe's frosty is dropping down, dropping back a strong light, gains ground, strong light, now moves into second, chasing North Pole to the top of the shreds, North Pole the leader, strong light runs in second and then grand again in third, three quarters one 16. It is North Pole and strong light. They are one, two, with an 8th of a mile to the finish. North Pole in front by two, strong light is in second. It is still North Pole with the lead, strong light, one last try on the outside. They come on for the finish. North Pole, strong light on the outside, strong light got it. Strong light at the very end. Under Kendrick, Carmouche. Two favorites dominate the finale at aqueduct number 7 strong light wearing down the favorite North Pole who every step of the way looked like he was home Jerome in this race. And if you bet North Pole today, if you weren't sick of him already, you're going to be sick of him now. I don't know how he didn't hold off strong light. It's not like strong light is some monster that was able to wear him down. These two were a mile of head of everyone else and by the way, they both ended up at 8 to 5 in the wagering final time for the mile, a pedestrian one 43.51 seconds. They were probably 8 or 9 lengths clear of the third place finisher 7 three 8 5, the unofficial top four in the 9th at aqueduct. All right, we're going to take a break. When we come back, we'll get you paid at aqueduct. We'll head back out to del mar and Churchill downs for more live racing. This is betting with Bobby on HR RN. The national

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"A slow start for number 8, judge Judith, and she's at the back. Mirth and merriment is going out for the early lead. Now judge Judith moves up on the outside. And then comes rosemary potatoes is racing in the third, fish Mooney down at the hedge and in fourth. Diva ready is next in 5th position. Followed by radiant gem in 6th and then it is hatari to her outside and trailing the field is a vintage girl in 8th. Mirth and merriment takes the field around the turn and heads for the backstretch, mirth and merriment by two lengths. Judge Judith runs in second with rosemary potatoes in third in the opening quarter run in 24 and two 5th seconds. As they head up the backstretch, mirth and merriment by two lengths, judge Judith remains in second, and then rosemary potatoes in third. Diva ready is on the outside and in the fourth. About 5 or 5 and a half lengths from the lead. That farther back it is a fish and Mooney alongside his radiant jam, then comes Atari, and at the back is vintage girl in 8th, half mile, 49 and one. Long shot mirth in merriment is the leader, but judge Judith is now getting closer on the outside. And then it is rosemary, potatoes, who is racing in third on the outside is diva ready next in fourth, Atari has advanced up into 5th and is down towards the hedge. Three quarters in one 13, they're in the stretch. Mirth and merriment is holding onto the lead and is now in front by three lengths. Then judge Judith and hatari with rosemary potatoes. Mirth and merriment looking to go wire to wire and pull off the upset and she has done it. Atari comes on to get second judge Judith was third. Unofficially 7 three 8 5 in the 9th race at Saratoga. Number 7 mirth and merriment going on for the wire to wire win for trainer Jim Ryerson jockey Kendrick Carmouche. She always shows speech. She just doesn't always hang around to the finish, but she got the job done today, her second win in her last three starts. She was actually claimed for $40,000 away from trainer Tim Hamm out of her last start where she was the favorite in that race that hatari won. She was only about two and three quarters lengths behind hatari at the finish line. That day, much different situation today. She holds off Atari and everyone else and goes off at a much better price two to one last time out, 11 to one today on number 7 mirth and merriment. We're going to take our final break when we come back. We'll get you paid for the 9th race at Saratoga, talk a little bit more about this weekend's Alabama. This is betting with Bobby presented by Caesar's race

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:06 min | 4 months ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Available on iOS only valid only in states where Caesar's race book is legally available. It must be 21 plus and reside in a state where such activity is legal to open a wagering account. If you have a gambling problem, call or text 805 two two 4700 Caesar's race book, get bonuses right out of the gate. All right, we've got live action today from both Saratoga and del mar. That's right, it's opening day where the turf meets the surf and their first live races about 35 minutes away, but our first library is we're going to cover today is race 7 at Saratoga. It's an allowance event three year olds and up that are non winners of one other then or non winners are two races lifetime. They go a mile and an 8th on the fast main track. By the way, about 90° right now, partly cloudy skies up at Saratoga the main track fast, the turf is firm this afternoon in this 7th race scratch number two prince of pharaohs and look who we have here. Number one is keep me in mind. One of the best non winners of two lifers. We've seen in a long, long time. It's hard to believe he's only one one race. But he's one for 11, and he's made over $700,000 in his career. That's probably because he's been running in or around the money in the Travers, the Jim dandy, the Preakness, the Derby, the bluegrass, the rebel, the breeders cup juvenile, the breeders futurity, he was not far behind essential quality several times when they ran. In fact, he had the misfortune of running against essential quality 5 times when essential quality one and to my knowledge essential quality is not come out of retirement to come back into this a other than allowance race, obviously. By the way, keep me in mind is going for new connections. He was previously trained by robertino diodoro. He is now in Todd pletcher's barn, Joel Rosario, who's actually ridden him the last two times that he's run. At last time being last year's Travers late August of last year, he is back aboard this son of lauban, who is showing 8 works for his return to the races and some of them are pretty quick works. His last four works all around a minute, minute and change four, 5 furlongs, three of them at Churchill downs one at Saratoga. So the question is with keep me in mind. Well, two questions. One, are you looking to bet a four to 5 shot? If people, I have a feeling that this horse should be closer to two to 5, but the fact that he's won for 11 and I'm thinking there are people out there that are thinking that he's not really a winning type of horse, scares people a little bit. Yeah, he's been off for a while but Todd pletcher does well with these comebacks and let's face it, allowance races at Saratoga now are a little bit more lucrative than maybe in the past. And maybe that's why this horse was never running in allowance races. You know, now you're running an allowance at Saratoga with a person of a $115,000. That's higher than a lot of stakes that we see at other tracks on weekends. So keep me in mind is back obviously facing significantly softer competition today than when we last saw him. The second choice in the wagering is the 7 efficiency and to tell you what kind of feel what kind of horses that keep me in mind is facing so efficiency is run twice. He got beat at 7 furlongs as three to 5 shot in his career debut, came back at a mile and a 16th of one turn mile and a 16th. It was an off the turf race moved over to the sloppy main track at Belmont last time out. He was three to 5 that day and he won by 11. Trained by Chad Brown for Clara vich stables, flabby and Pratt aboard for the first time today. And he may be the speed of the field. He looks like a horse who should be able to get the lead in here. Nobody else has shown any sort of the pace that efficient efficiency rather has shown in his last two. So that's the question mark. Is efficiency good enough to hold off, keep me in mind if he fires his shot today. There are plenty of fans out there who say yes. He's three to one on the board. The only other horse in this race who's less than double digits is number 6. I hope I pronounce it that correct. For Tom Amos and Kendrick Carmouche back to back wins his last two starts took him 7 starts to finally get his maiden win and it was when they dropped him in for a $50,000 tag, he won by a head that day was claimed from Steve asimus and by Tom Amos out of that race jumped up into the starter allowance ranks last time out at Churchill downs and he ran very well. He went wire to wire that day, I guess this is another one who could show speed and get the lead early on. Especially with Kendrick Carmouche aboard, you would think that he would be forwardly placed, but big jump up from starter allowance ranks into facing horses like keep me in mind and possibly efficiency who could be any kind off his last race. All right, beautiful day as the horses arrive at the starting gate for this 7th race at Saratoga. We're going to be able to cover three races from Saratoga today, including their 9th and featured event, the grade three Lake George for the three year old Phillies going a mile on the inner turf, always great when we get stakes races here during our betting with Bobby presented by Caesar's race book, window. Could be future stakes horses in this 7th race and we obviously obviously already have one horse who's seen plenty of states action and that is number one. Keep me in mind who's the first one to go into the starting gate. Four to 5 on the board now for the sun allow band who's making his first start of the 2022 season. Skylander naval aviator couple of bigger prices going in. Here's tiwanaku, easy to spot great colts son of tap it going for his third straight win. Efficiency, figures to be forwardly placed and finally fighter in the wind will complete the line. Here's John in brielle for race 7. We are set for the 7th. And they're off. Skylander and T wanaku, efficiency on the outside, keep me in mind, is down at the rail as the field races into the

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:32 min | 5 months ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Final time was one minute, 43 and three 5th seconds. Johnny brielle on the call of this past Saturday's great two mother goose at Belmont park won an upset fashion by gerrymander just a field of four, but gerrymander very impressive talk a little bit about more a little more about that a little bit later. We owe you prices from the 7th race at Belmont park. And it was an interesting event because we had a scratch as they approached the gate. Part of the entry trained by Gustavo Rodriguez, the one a American gentleman was scratched prior to the start and per New York rules when part of the entry scratches late, the other half of the entry will run for purse money only. And I know that this brings back nightmares for some of our listeners out there and me included. Of last year's breeders cup juvenile turf where modern games was inadvertently scratched from the race, mistakenly scratched from the race. I think is the better, basically, shouldn't have come out. One of the vets who was on track made a mistake and scratched him when he shouldn't have scratched him. And he ended up being allowed to run in the race, and he won very impressively, but unfortunately for everyone who bet him that day, they did not get action on him. They ended up they either got refunds or if they had horizontal plays. They got the off time favorite and unfortunately the off time favor didn't run second in the race. This was a little different New York has done this all along. It's to protect the betters because a lot of times if let's face it, if half of the entry scratches, that could be the half that you preferred. And you don't want to be stuck with the other half of the entry in these horizontal wagers. So to protect the public and I think it's a good idea when this happens, New York has the other half of the entry run for purse money only. Now, unfortunately, for those of you who wanted to bet Ryan's cat and somehow would have cached with him finishing second in the race, you just, it didn't work out for you. But I think the positives to purse money only running far outweigh the negatives when New York does it. So Ryan's cat did run, but raced for purse money only. He actually crossed the wire second. So he'll get the second place purse money, but as far as the results go, the order of finishes three 6 5 7. And number three, saint selby, who was the favorite, won very easily. He's a four year old dark bay of brown gelding by cantaros out of the majestic warrior mayor vala owned by Michael dubb and Michael Caruso, rob actress trains Kendrick Carmouche aboard saint selby, who paid four 83 40 and two 20. Second 6 reggae music man, 7 ten and four ten, third, 5 Capone, three 20, fourth, number 7, don't wait up. Dollar exact at $20 90 cents, the 50 cent tried $34 62 cents. The dollar super $241. All right, they're getting close to post time for the 8th race at Belmont park. This is a mile and a quarter on the inner turf and allowance optional claiming event for three year olds and up that are non winners of two other than or in for a claiming tag of $62,500. Writer change on the two Tiberius mercury is to Kendrick Carmouche, who figures to be forwardly placed. We've got a nice field of 9 going to post here. I thought it was pretty evenly matched. Number four, kuramata is the current favorite at three to two trained by Chad Brown for owner Peter Brant. She's been closing well going a mile and a 16th or last few starts now stretching out to a mile and a quarter bred to run forever. Being by Australia out of an invincible spirit mayor. Now Australia is a British stallion invincible spirit is an Irish bread, damn sire. So it may not be breeding that those of us here in the states see too often or recognize take my word for it. When you see Australia in the bloodlines, it sounds like they should be running forever. And invincible spirit also seems like route breeding more than sprint breeding. So I would think the extra distance would not hurt kuramata. I don't know if I want to take her, take him rather at three to two in this spot. But his good races make him the one to beat. I can see with the connections and everything why he would be favorite. Let's go to John embryo for the call of race.

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:53 min | 7 months ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Kendrick Carmouche rode four of these 7 6 runners in their most recent starts and he sticks with number one chateau, which is not surprising because he rides chateau almost every time that that horse runs and doesn't necessarily ride the others all the time. He just happened to ride them last time. Answering is one of those that he's ridden before his last two starts. I agree, flavian Pratt is an upgrade. As good as Kendra Carmouche is flabby and Pratt may be the best out there he's certainly in the conversation of being the best out there right now. And I'm not worried about the class level for answering because way back when answer in was a stakes horse, at least as a two year old or early on as a three year old and they were, I think there were, you know, kind of I don't want to use the word delusions, but there were visions of great things happening for answer. And it just didn't work out for very well. But so I think he's always had it in him. I think they always thought this was going to be a classy runner. And I think he's going to get a good trip closing into what should be a hot pace. Dave and I both taking a little bit of a shot here. 6 to one on answer in race number 5 tomorrow the run happy at Belmont park. 8th race on tomorrow's Belmont park card is the first grade one event. In fact, the only grade one event of the afternoon there. It's the $700,000 man of war. These are four year olds and up going a long ways on the turf, a mile and three eighths we've got a field of 6 going to post here and it marks the return of last year's breeders cup turf winner ya beer. He has run twice this year, Dave, a couple of very good second place finishes against group competition in Europe and in Dubai. Now back here to the states, he's two for two in the states. Does he get the job done? Well, he's got a big chance. This is not the normal race for me. I like to bet horizontally pick 5s and pick 6s primarily. And this is a race where the horse are most attracted to. I think is an underneath horse. So I'm going to need to play exact as in tries and things of that manner. I don't know what to do with your beer. He ran two and a half weeks ago. And certainly has been very, very good in 5 straight races. But Charlie appleby, I think, has earned our confidence. I mean, everything he sends to North America seems to win or be very, very competitive. He ran in March in Dubai, going a mile and a half in just missed. Came back a month later going a mile and a half at new market and just missed this enormous favorite and now here we are, not even to mid may yet and he's shipping overseas to run in the U.S. and going shorter, a mile in three ace, he absolutely can win, I think it's a great sign that William Buick comes with them. But I'm not going to jump up and down at even money. Could he be much the best? Yeah, he might be much the best, but I'm not going to be betting on the nose. Number one Easter is a four year old who I think has some upside. The European form is not amazing it's okay, but second off a layoff and I think there's going to be good value because he didn't win his North American debut going a mile and a 16th and aqueduct. He may figure in their somewhere. Number four a bond three wins in a row than when a mile in three eighths didn't run great at Gulfstream park last time outlaws to goof off kupo is a horse. I really like gupo in care. I think goop is best going three turns, not two turns, a horse that I think is kind of a specialist at a mile and a half. I don't love at a mile and three eighths. So the horse, something that goof around with this highland chief who is 20 to one on the morning line. Highland chief ran huge numbers in Europe at longchamp and York and at Goodwood back in 2020, ran only once last year and didn't run well wasn't bad in a group one race. And then came back to America in April and just didn't run a very good race. But I think that's going to mean the odds are going to be really, really attractive. I think the European forum puts highland chief right with these horses and I'm going to be using highland chief underneath. So it's going to be a lot of exactness and trifecta trying to find that 20 to one horse to make for a price. All right, so Dave going to try to light up the board with highland chief, but also using him underneath in the vertical place. I think number two, goof off is where I want to be in the spot, love the way he looked in the Pan American. First started this year, he actually almost won the man of war last year coming from 14 lengths back to miss by a nose to channel cat that afternoon. He was about 6 or 7 wide. I think on the turn that day and shouldn't have to be that kind of wide in this shorter field. This afternoon and Joel Rosario has done a lot of good things aboard gufo and just like his recency, I'm going to take him for the I wouldn't call it an upset because he's 7 to 5 on the morning line, but when you have an even money shot in your beer and the defending breeders cup champ, you know, there are a lot of people who are going to gravitate that way. Both of you and I think that if they can beat your beard tomorrow may be the day, Dave's going to try to light up the board with highland chief. I'm getting a little bit more chalky with gupo, who's the second choice on the line at 7 to 5. We're going to take our first break when we come back. We've got two more Belmont stakes to look at. A nice overnight steak at Churchill downs. You're listening to the weekend stakes preview presented by nyra bets on the horse racing radio.

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:09 min | 8 months ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Most of the money from the tide horses, all the most, maybe all the money. But, you know, he's got a horse named golden code who is 15 to one in the morning line. And he's from the same ownership group, call you met as bourbonic was and also the same rider. Kendrick Carmouche and Kelly met is not afraid to stick their nose in where some people don't think they belong. We saw that last year and the other horse of Todd's long-term who was owned by Mike polley, who was part of the ownership of dynamic one who finished second last year at 15 to one. I mean, I think that the horses to watch, though, will be obviously Morello from Steve as Newton he's unbeaten in three stars. Early voting from Chad Brown, who's unbeaten in two starts and those horses spent the winter in New York. Is that an advantage that they've been there been there whole winter? Maybe so. But I still think the bluegrass is a few lengths ahead of the wood as far as getting a horse that's going to break their streak of and I don't think either of us don't get me wrong. I'm not sure either one of those races are going to produce the Derby winner, but I think that bluegrass has a better chance of doing it. You know, I give the bluegrass a little bit of a pass because you remember keenland put in the polytrack racing surface and the bluegrass actually got to the point where it was downgraded to a grade two. They weren't attracting the traditional caliber of horses that they had over the years in the bluegrass stakes and they weren't attracting horses that were going to excel on a regular dirt racing surface. They were more geared toward turf and synthetic. So the bluegrass gets a little bit of a pass from me. But why have we, why has it been 19 years since the wood memorial has produced a Kentucky Derby winner? It seems somewhat unfathomable that that could even happen. Dale, what do you think? I don't know what I may have something to do with pushing the Florida Derby back. You know, the rearrange a little bit of the prep races over the last 20 years. That changed the past where some of the horses would have went. I would think that would probably have as much to do with anything. Yeah. Yes. It just doesn't seem like the wood is one of those races that shouldn't have you shouldn't have to wait two decades for a Derby winner to come from the wood, right, Timmy. No, you shouldn't, and it's kind of a shame that I think 6 of the Triple Crown winners were in the wood, including the mighty secretariat. It's unfortunate. But horsemen aren't, I don't think horsemen are pointing to the wood as much as they used to win the past. Maybe it's the weather. I don't know. And it's sort of your last chance to get any points. You'd like to lock it up before that, I think. And I would have believed it changed in some of the races were run. It's the biggest negative effect on the wood. I still love race. I'd like to have it on my resume. Yeah, yeah. Well, someday, that's going to happen for your Romans. Just like a Kentucky Derby. That's going to be on your resume one day too, Dale. That would be the good thing because they're not going to.

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:40 min | 8 months ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"The winter at aqueduct when all the quote unquote big names are out of town, whether it's the Ortiz brothers or castellano where John Velasquez or Joel Rosario or Louis syes. Untreated is going to be written by Trevor McCarthy, who almost never rides horses for Todd pletcher. So maybe, you know, I don't know if Kendrick Carmouche would have had his choice between the two because neither of these writers have ever written either of these horses, but you'd think that Carmouche would maybe be more in the favor for Todd pletcher than McCarthy, nothing negative on McCarthy. It's just in the stats. Carmouche rides for pletcher, McCarthy basically doesn't. Yeah. McCarthy's according to the stats that I'm looking at on brisnet, he's had one mount for pletcher in the last 60 days, whereas Carmouche has had 20 mounts in the last 60 days. And one with 35% of those. 7 wins 14 in the money appearances from that in the last two months from those 20 starters. I went with first constitution as well. And I think that for everything that you said, he's the one to beat in this spot. I also like that I think he's going to be a little bit more forwardly placed than untreated untreated will probably have to pass him. Although first constitution made the lead last time out, I don't think he's going to get the lead tomorrow. Maybe number one splice the main brace will go to the front, but I think first constitution will stalk him and go by whenever he wants and he'll be the one in front when they make the swing for home first constitution for both Jude and myself in the excelsior race 8 tomorrow at aqueduct. Well, we heard in the open, the stretch run of the 2011 grade three spiral strikes, which was won by animal kingdom. It's the last time, in fact, it's one of only two times that a winner of the quote unquote Jeff ruby steaks has gone on to win The Kentucky Derby. The other one, Jude. Who is it? It's Lil ET. This is a race that has had distance changes surface changes. They seem like they changed sponsors every three or four years. It was the spiral. It was the Jim beam. It was the gallery furniture dot com stakes for a year or so. Went back to the spiral then to the lanes and then back to the spiral again. And now it's been the Jeff ruby steaks for now the 5th three year running. And it is a 170 point qualifier on the road to The Kentucky Derby, so the winner is going to get a hundred points. Runner up is going to get 40 points with basically assures that the first two finishers, if their Triple Crown nominated will have enough points to run in The Kentucky Derby, if that's where they decide to go..

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"FS1 from three to four 30 Eastern Time then over to FS two from four 30 to 6 30 p.m.. All right, as I mentioned, Jude, we've got a lot of big races at both Gulf Stream and Oak Lawn. Other places around the country with some good races as well. So we're going to, we're going to leave the Oakland and Gulf Stream races till a little bit later in the show. And we're going to start at aqueduct where they've got one stake on the card tomorrow, and it is the excelsior. This is a $150,000 purse for the four year olds and up going a mile and an 8th on their main track, just a short but sweet field of 5. And it should come down to one of two horses as far as the betting goes. They're both trained by Todd pletcher untreated and first constitution. Yeah, it's a short field as you mentioned. I think first constitution is kind of a no brainer as Bobby Franco would call it. He won by 6 and three quarters last time in the stakes at aqueduct that was January 22nd. Todd gives his horse his time between races a lot of the times he's 23% on this kind of a layoff. Kendrick Carmouche rides. He doesn't write a left for pletcher, but they went into 35% clip together. So he's kind of like Todd's go to guy when everybody's out of town, which is the case this weekend because there's stakes everywhere. And so for me, it's first constitution. I know he's going to be a short price, but as my brother Mark says, better a short price than a long face. That is a truism, if I've ever heard one, you know, you mentioned that Kendra Carmouche rides first constitution and that he doesn't ride a ton for pletcher, although he does ride a lot of pletcher's horses during.

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Up, Hollis to the final furlong. He leads by a length over Greeley and Ben in second. Bob's edge is flying in the center of the racetrack, but he's still two and a half from the front, but he does have momentum. Hollis has the lead. Here's bob's edge trying to go last to first and look at him blue boy. Bob's edge two lane trist bob's edge. Wow. So bob's edge, Larry Jones, back in the graded stakes winner circle scores here from well off the pace he was last early on and he kind of was a little more of a stalker he type last year. Obviously it's smaller fields that sometimes tends to happen more. But it seems like this year, at least his last 5 starts, you know, he's been a little further back at least positionally and comes with that big run and this was another one where, you know, I think that that fact that they kind of stacked up up front. They went 21 and four while they were stacked up, so they were going quickly, but Hollis was covering ground out wide there. You know, three wide into the turn. You heard vik say accurately in the call, like Hollis looked like he wanted to try to get over and then all of a sudden Greeley and Ben slips through and then needing to know slips through and he needed snow was between horses. To me is one of the worst spots to be in when you're between horses and in this case there was one to his inside and two to his outside when he kind of steadied. But when you're between horses and you're a little behind him, I always think that's the worst place. Now, on the turn, I think it gets amplified 'cause on the turn is where everybody kind of wants to try to keep tucking in more, right? Down the back stretch sometimes you'll see geisel. Horses will be three across the track and then you look at the head on and there's two paths between each of them. So yes, there are three across the track, but they're not in the tight quarters that they are going into the turn. And I think it's a much more distressing position to be and when you're just behind and between horses or when you're just behind and you're down on the rail and the other horse is right you're outside. Like to me, it's so rare that horses a, come back through there and be don't end up kind of pulling themselves out of there or just backing up. It's just a tough spot to be in. But Luis ketones and bob's edgy, a big, big close, a telling tryst also came from off the pace, just kind of got outrun in the last 16th there, but ran a very good race. And really Ben was a part of that early mix and was still battle in a way. Just a super game horse greeting in Ben and then Hollis actually ended up fading back to fourth after the somewhat wide journey in my horse faded back to last. But yeah, very cool day at Oakland park, the whitmore I just thought was just kind of a neat event we'll say. Kudos to them for a fun day of racing. I watched a fair bit of Oklahoma, which I hadn't watched a ton this meet again. They kind of run as we're, you know, as we're going and then when we finish, they're still going by the time I get home, it's kind of over. Talk about a couple of the other stakes races going on from around the country over at aqueduct. The cicada stakes it was lady scarlet, Kendrick Carmouche rallying from off the pace to get the win. This was the race I talked about, you know, it looked like there was a fair bit of early speed and then something kind of had to give and lady milagro and maldon, who both showed a lot of speed in previous starts all at mansion, of course, only had. The one start for ray handel, but they ended up going out and kind of going after it a little bit, 22 flat 45 and three, and kinder Carmouche kept lady scarlet just out in the clear, you know, 5 wide and rolled by him and really poured it on down the stretch to score nicely for Mike maker. Ray handel's horse should hold on nicely for second. They were way clearer really, really super strung out field. And, you know, I was going to say two year olds, but they're not. They're three year olds and at this point, but lightly a lightly raced group of three year olds how about that. But Kendrick good to see him get a nice win. I feel like we haven't had kit. We had Kendrick on once and it's been, it's been a few years. Maybe he maybe Kendrick's a guy to add to the guest list here. Down at beautiful Gulfstream park in Florida. I was trying to think if I'm going to be able to get down there once more 'cause I'm going down to the pop for the Gabe versus Pete match race, which is only two weeks from today. April the fourth, I believe it is. But it's going to be on a Monday Tuesday, so no Gulfstream running. We do have a Sunday off the week before Kentucky Derby at Tampa. So I thought maybe I'll go down there, but then I'm going to drive home or back to Oregon to grant's pass like the next week. So do I really want to drive four hours each way to Miami after I did it three weeks before, just to then drive across country? I think that feels like that feels like a lot on the old car. So it might not get down to GP again, but I had a nice day there before Christmas, and then I got COVID. I'm blaming, I'm blaming Miami for giving me COVID back before Christmas because when I was down there, I came back at like two or three days later. Boom. And they said that the only crime was a faster transmitter. So I'm blaming Pete and the team at Gulfstream. Actually Mayo, you were my tour guide there, probably you. No, Ashley's great. Love Ashley. The talk also in part, the Hutchinson stakes, which a lot of people kind of made no to this. And I kind of agreed, you know how, you know, races do this, right? Race is ebb and flow. In terms of their history, their importance and what have you. And the hutcheson was kind of erased that, you know, this used to be a grade two race for a lot of years. And then it became a grade three and now it's listed. And I mean, you go back and look at some of the horses that want it. Okay, Gladiator kings, but he's a nice little sprinter. But the funny bone, captain candyman can, wildcat red,.

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

04:41 min | 10 months ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Him train in the morning. I always tell the groom I'm his assistant, like groom, and I get to be really actively involved, but it's kind of hard on a race day, too, because I'm working. So I'm completely washing out as they're walking over, and then I even maybe black out a little bit. I was talking to some Friends, they, somebody who might have put together an ownership group, and the nerves, when your horse that you own is running, to me, is unlike any other nerves in racing, like I've called big races and all that kind of stuff, but the nerves in first of all, obviously starts the day of, just like, you know, any big event kind of thing, but I don't know watching a race when your horse is in it. It's not like watching a normal race. You're just completely focused and then you're like, oh, what do they go to the court? It's frantic. Well, there are so many aspects. A, your competitive, you want to win. B, you want them to be safe. You have monetary, you know, and money involved in it. So there's so many different elements, and then it's funny because I'm at work. So I have to keep a level of composure. And in fact, one of the races that got beat just at the wire Kendrick Carmouche was riding and Paco beat him right at the wire and had to interview Paco and boss at his shops a little bit. I mean, it was a great ride and a better horse bee clementa on the day, but I wanted to win, obviously. Big difference between 60% and 20%. Exactly. It's funny you talked about interviewing it and I want to talk about some of the stuff you do at parks, but before we were getting started here, I was asking you about it and you go, you know, I'm not used to being interviewed because you're the one that does all the interviews and I run into that affair, but I do it a handful of interviews every few months, I guess. But it's a different experience when you're used to doing the research, learning about the person and you were saying, like you're more naturally inquisitive, right? As opposed to just talk about yourself. Yeah, I mean, it's funny. I naturally just fell into this job because it's who I already am and it's already the traits and characteristics I have. I mean, I'll be at the airport and I'll know where they work, where they live. It's just who I am and I'm so interested in, obviously, in horse are you saying? And I'm so invested emotionally. It parks. But to have someone ask me about myself, I'm like, I don't even know if I could put a thoughtful and sort together. I want to ask about some of the writers that parks, Ruben silvera is kind of become the top dog there. I was surprised how many more mounts he had than everybody, 912 last year. You know, you guys run three days a week, a majority of the year, so it's like he was like two or 300 mounts ahead of everybody, and he just he's really kind of become the king dude there. Well, a couple things really fell in like a perfect storm for Rubin. He got in with two really successful barns. Jamie Ness and Lu linder. But that's not all Reuben has going for him. Rubin gives a 110% if he rides the stake race or if he rides her $7500 claimer and he's not afraid of any. That's what you said. You said just no fear at all. Yeah, and I mean, he just, it's so weird 'cause he's such a calm guy. Like you see him walk in like, it's funny, like, the ballot say, he rushes for nobody. And then after the race, I've never seen him get rattled, emotional. I've never seen him throw someone throw their helmet last week. I've never seen any of that. And he deserves this success. I mean, he's out there every morning. He's going to Penn national on a ride one horse at night after a day at parks and he deserves to be where he is. Yeah, that mid Atlantic. I mean, you can kind of make that work, right? How far is it to pen national for work? It's two hours going there and it's a long two hours home. If you lose, but it's a fast two hours if you win. Well, yeah. The mid Atlantic, I've talked about this actually. This has come up a couple times in the last few weeks about how many we had Ethan west on recently, and he was talking about just, you know, you drive three or four hours for a horse, and we had the other day, 'cause ushi can board a drove all the way up here to ride a horse at Tampa. He got dumped two steps out of the gate and that was his only amount. It's a crazy thing and a lot of those jackets, but I mean, obviously the mid Atlantic there's a lot of money. And there's a lot of opportunities. And sometimes you just got to do a favor for the barn, right? Yeah, definitely. Yeah, I mean, I heard jockey Sylvester Gonzalez said, hey, if I'm going, if I'm riding the good horses, I gotta ride the bad horses for a trainer. I wanted to ask about Michael Sanchez. That was kind of a strange situation as an outsider and I know who you know Michael and everyone I know who knows him, which is a few people that said what a good guy he is and kind of just made a bad decision, but the decision we even talked about it. I mean, you know, he made a mistake and he's going to get what he's got coming from for my guests, but just kind of curious your thoughts on that. What kind of the buzz was around the track? Well, it was kind of like weird because Michael rode my horse the day before his rolling. And he had a great attitude. Some races that day..

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"8th in the Woodford. Or Woodward, you know, not bad. Any kind of but he would send him back for the best of Ohio races or Ohio bread stakes races like he's gone back to thistle down, third in the best of Ohio, this in 2020, going back to mahoning valley wins the best of Ohio endurance stakes, the horse really loves a distance of ground. But on Sunday, he pulled off a bit of a shocker at a mile an 8th winning the queen's county and they had kind of battled up front too. Like 23 and three 48 and one contested going, you know, going a mile and an 8th. It's doing a little bit of work. And the track seemed like it was kind of slow on Sunday. We were at Gulfstream park. I was down there with a friend watching a lot of aqueduct and Gulfstream. We're watching it. It just seemed like the track as a whole was not playing that quick at aqueduct. And outside runners seem to be faring pretty well throughout the contest we were watching. There was a first time star that actually kicked off the late pick 5 for the note of brothers and reigning chick. Won it 16 to one. I mean, just it was like four wide, the whole way around under a hammer lock from Kendrick Carmouche, completely just drew away, but it seemed like that outer flow on Sunday at aqueduct was not the worst place to be. There was a lot of horses kind of went out there. Even though the next race was won by a horse going wire to wire, I think it was the one by the best horse and the horse that almost came and caught him, you know, did the whole four wide down the center of the track at a price. And so I tend to think that that was the case that it was just slower and maybe outside was a little bit better Sunday, but forewarned really started to gobble up ground late and just kind of a grinder type and a picks up $68,000 for Uriah who owns and trains the horse. I think you're right when the salvator mile earlier on this year. If I remember correctly, he was in the Salvatore mile the year. I was at Monmouth and he got late scratched by the vet and ended up winning the race with informative this year. And of course, discrete lovers kind of his big horse winning the excels here in the jockey club gold cup and that big upset a few years ago, but I was a decent barn there in between Pennsylvania. I think Phillies actually home base for him. But it goes up to aqueduct. I would be curious what the, you know, with an race like this, obviously, it's a $125,000 per. It's great. But there's a lot of tracks where you can run now for allowances that are at or near or above 6 figures, and I wonder what the long term ROI is for running 40, 50 to one shots in the graded stakes races are taken cracks the Woodford and stuff like that. I mean, obviously, when the Jack club gold cup that one year and I want to say it was when it was 750,000, maybe it was one of a million, but does winning one out of every 40 of those make up for maybe winning 5 out of 40 allowances. I guess depends how big it is. The race. But you can't hate on the effort and he's got to put up money on steak's race. You got to put up money to get in. You know, if you show up, you pay your way in. You get a chance, and he got there at the had a big late pick 5. There was sandal the great one, the finale at ten to one, and there was the 42 to one. There was the 16 wanna kick it off, and even with that favorite in the second leg, and the third leg was a favorite two chateau at 8 5 still paid 43,000. I'm really starting to think with pick 5s like two separators kind of means a decent payoff three is usually where you can really start talking about some good ones and obviously a 42 to one is going to play even more, you know, it almost makes it two separators. I know it doesn't, but and I wonder too if it's because we always talk about this kind of stuff and I think it's interesting to talk about in terms of the sequences and stuff. You know, you have to think that chateau winning that it was a 5 horse field in a sequence that had a few big fields, at least in the first and final leg. And the stakes had 9. So three decent size field and then two smaller fields and it's funny because the two favorites one and the two smaller fields and in general I feel like people kind of do their singling or they're narrowing where there's either a big favorite or a smaller field. And so to have the two logicals come in the small fields, I think sometimes though there's another thing, the state, there wasn't even money favorite steak, mystic knight who I'm sure was one a lot of people anchored on. And I often talk about with stakes races so often those are the ones every preview shows talking about them were guilty of that too. And that's where people in. They just everybody knows those horses a little bit more. You know, of course people who follow aqueduct regularly, they know the New York runners. They know the maidens. They know all the barns and stuff. But for the fake races, you're kind of getting everybody at least has an idea or it's been talked about a lot. So maybe opinions tend to be a little more convicted in there and the longest shot other than forewarned in that race was 18 to one. So you're talking about more than double the odds on forewarn than anybody else. And so really, a tough force to have and obviously a huge separator in that bet, but I tend to want in the finale and kind of a wide open type race tepid 5 to two favorite. I think there was actually co 5 the two favorites in the finale. And you get back 43 $1000. The late pick four, here's an interesting one too, the late pick four with forewarned, 1300. So you got back 30 times. I'm doing total guess. 30 times more for a 16 to one in the first leg. Who was the first time starter in a big, big field, so I get why it plays bigger, but man, that's 43,000 is a lot more than 1300. Dollar pick three was 8 49 with forewarned in there too. And that's what chateau was a big favor than a ten to one. And then the forewarned ten to one sander the great double $389. For 20 times ten, that seems a little shy. I love sitting there doing the math on that kind of stuff. It's fun. And I think it's just good metal exercise to kind of go through those sequences and kind of think maybe where things might have paid paid really good or not so good. In fact, there was the first two legs of that pick 5 where reigning checked the first timer one at 16 to one, made in beauty won it three to two, but the double paid $36. And so, you know, 16 to one. So for a dollar double, 16 bucks for your first one. And then three to two, you know, you're thinking, okay, well, you're up over in the $40 territory. So somebody really hit that one pretty hard in the daily double, because they were going to remember in the double, you're only paying to take out once. And so the price.

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"A Pennsylvania Derby that hot rod Charlie would have beat him that day because he ran such a huge race, but that did not happen and he beat the stuff in that of him in the British cup classic. He was much better than him. Yeah, actually, hot rod Charlie is a horse I liked a little bit in the breeders cup classic and I was disappointed that he came he kind of came up empty the last quarter of a mile. And not to say that he should have gone and gotten Nick's go. But the fact that he was outrun by both essential quality and Medina Spirit pretty easily in that last quarter of a mile, I thought was a little bit disappointing, but he's obviously a very good horse, and we're nitpicking right now at the best horses in the world. But it's been an interesting week. It's been more sad than good this week between Medina spirits untimely passing. The rough riding of Iraq or ts and him getting suspended 30 days. By the way, I thought it was speaking of Ortiz, I thought it was very interesting that his brother Jose decided to remain in New York all winter. The person is obviously a tremendous there at aqueduct. Even in the winter time and I would think he is head and shoulders the favorite to be the leading writer at that winter meet at aqueduct. But if I'm not, if I'm not mistaken James, this will be the first Gulfstream meat in a while that Jose Ortiz Joel Rosario and John Velazquez will not regularly be riding. Yeah, that is. That's amazing. I mean, that's remarkable. And I know that Kendrick Carmouche and Dylan Davis and others were disappointed to see Jose announced that because they were looking forward to not having to deal with him. Right. Well, I mean, Kendrick Carmouche and Eric can't sell, we're in a nip and tuck battle all the way to closing day of the winter meat last night and I think can't sell had like a phenomenal weekend and caught him right on the last day after Kendrick was winning leading most of the way. And now they're going to have to deal with Jose Ortiz, who is going to ride all the Chad Brown horses that are still there and ride a lot of the Todd Fletcher horses that are still there. And it's going to be tough on them. But the money talks and there's a lot of money year round in New York and if you can deal with the cold weather, why not? James it's been another fun edition my friend look forward to speaking with you next week. All right, Seth will do. Talk to you later. All right, on behalf of our producer Lee de la pina co host James Scully, I'm Bobby Newman. Thanks for joining us on the brisk net dot com call in show. A reminder race day presented by twin spires tomorrow three to 6 Eastern Time. We'll have live action from aqueduct. Gulfstream and Oak Lawn park..

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Truth, do you expect it to go out to the front? But really, I didn't think, you know, you couldn't complain about the fractions if you're higher truth, just flat out kind of got run down in this one. But fluffy socks, a scoring at four to one and now has first win since the Jimmy Durant hit del mar last falls first win of this year has been knocking on the door secondly George and third in the del mar oaks. It's kind of interesting that they'd set this one out. Back out to California to run against going global and company, but fluffy socks of victorious here in what I thought kind of looked like a bit of a wide open race. That was a big part of why I like to run away rumor in this spot, but I just couldn't quite get it done for a Jorge Abreu. Our higher truth, the holds on for third, just ahead of our flash drive. It was a bit of a price horse running forth. Howard juku was kind of far back and wide. Like, to me, one of the worst trips to get interpreting is far behind on the outside trying to close into a not fast pace. Because it's just impossible. You leave your horse with a, you know, and I'm not pinning this on the rider. This is more of just a general trip comment. But you're losing ground while trying to close into horses who still have a lot left in the tank, and when they come home for the fourth quarter and 22 and three and 11 and two for the final 16th, our final furlong rather, you're not going to make up much ground on them. I mean, to be fair, like fluffy socks was kind of saving ground until kicking out wide, or at least was in the middle of the pack. Run away rumor definitely did come wide, but you know, kind of got the jump on harajuku and it's just it's a tough trip. And saw it earlier on, as I mentioned, there was what was it? I think it was the third race. Yeah, clear vision didn't look like this controlling speed at all. Kendrick Carmouche went up and grabbed the lead and then still went 25 and one, 49 and four and you had seismic wave who was the favorite who, you know, it was dropping big time and classes so there was, you know, there was a red flashing lights as it was. But, you know, there were other horses. I liked Artemis bridge who was a long shot who was back. There started inch into the race and then the minute they're kind of asked to go, oh, they got a close into a 22 and two and 5 and four last 5 6 heats of a mile. So 20 8 and change for the last 16. It's not easy to do. In fact, it's really hard to do when you're asking someone to make up lengths like that. And clear vision just kicked away me and clear vision, like I said, was way way the best, but I think so much of that was aided by trip. It was a race where you thought parler and maybe some others would actually be in front of clear vision and it's not how it worked out, which, you know, handicapping pace is not an easy exercise, and it's not always the obvious exercise, right? I mean, because the jockeys, I know a lot of horseplayers like to criticize Jack. Oh, they're not prepared. They don't study. They don't do this, they don't do that. But, you know, they're all seeing a lot of the same things that we are, and you would think that they would know more about a course and or certain horses that they're riding or riding against because you know they're involved with it every day and they're working the horses in the morning. But when it's all said and done, you know, they know on paper, okay, well, so and so is lone speed. Maybe he's not lone speed, maybe I go after him, or, you know, maybe there's a lot of speed, so I'm gonna take back, but then three of them take back and there's one that a verge is up to get the lead. It's a hard thing to do. I remember, God, this would have been 2019. I was at Calder announcing. That's why I remember this. But we did an exercise one day. I was looking at the races from Gulfstream park west. And I said, let's do an exercise for the show tomorrow. I'm going to handicap these races the 9 races that we're going to run tomorrow. And I want to see if I can how close I can get to predicting who's going to be first second third fourth at first call. So, you know, quarter mile into the race for 6 for long race. Quarter mile into the race pretty much for every race. Because I wanted to prove to myself either a how good I was at it, be how bad I was at it. See just how hard it is to know that because as it turned out, I was right not as much as I kind of had anticipated. There was a few times where I was very wrong. You know, and there was a couple like maiden races with lightly raised horses and those things, you know, there's there's more variants, I guess to potential pace in those races because you just don't have as much information. And there was some that were clear cut and you, you know, you got them right. But the reason I did the exercise and the reason I brought it up and the reason I bring it up today, if you go back and look at the third race from Belmont and, you know, I use optics and you might use something else as far as a pace projector or you might just use the regular old PP. But if you go back and look at it, isn't that race a lot different in your mind to handicap if you know clear visions going to the front because clear vision went to the front last time and opened up in one for fun. But he hadn't really gone to the front before that at all. Even going two miles, he was, he was at a two mile race and he was 11 13s behind at first call. Now, he was claimed for 40,000, and he showed a little bit more speed for 25 and his next start. But then they got him to the lead now going 25 and 50 and three. So he didn't have to work. I always maintain any horse on the backstretch can go 25 and 50. If they're asked for, now whether they can keep going is a different question. But there's not a single horse on the back stretch, especially at a track like New York that can't go sub 25 seconds for a quarter mile. There's not one. So they decided to go, they were drawn inside, at Saratoga, you know, maybe that was part of the reason why they knew it was to their advantage or whatever. So you could certainly deduce that, okay, this is a horse that wants to be for the place. Parler was on the lead last time through a 23 and two opening quarter now. He didn't run very well. So maybe that's part of the reason they decided, hey, let's take back. But, you know, lost in Rome was a main track. Only so he doesn't count. Smile Bryan, you could argue would maybe be forwardly placed. But, you know, I think the race is different if you don't think parler goes, oh, a sharp prospect. He's another one who generally is pretty quick early..

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Yes <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <hes> <hes> <hes> <hes> yes yes <Speech_Music_Male> they always have <Speech_Music_Male> good horses you <Speech_Music_Male> know and <Speech_Music_Male> they run them in the right spot. <Speech_Music_Male> Michelle nevin <Speech_Music_Male> and the owner. So <Speech_Music_Male> you know with that <Speech_Music_Male> being said you you you <Speech_Music_Male> just gotta go out there <Speech_Music_Male> and perform. Ti's <Speech_Music_Male> ability as <Speech_Music_Male> as a as <Speech_Male> a jockey and <Speech_Male> you know as you <Speech_Music_Male> can tell in. Try <Silence> my best to do that. <Speech_Music_Male> All <Speech_Music_Male> my career in <Silence> at this <SpeakerChange> point shows <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> that it <Speech_Male> does. This is a <Speech_Male> call to three year <Speech_Male> old colt <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> is by not this time <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Coming out of <Speech_Male> a <Silence> maiden try <Speech_Male> where <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Where he was second <Speech_Male> to. Eric can't sell <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Three <Speech_Male> to zone <SpeakerChange> a <Speech_Male> in fact there. There's <Speech_Male> oh <Speech_Male> you <Speech_Male> Make sure. <Speech_Male> I'm give you one <Speech_Music_Male> that you're gonna keep your eyes <Speech_Music_Male> on because i <Speech_Male> think this is a <Speech_Male> good horse. He's <Speech_Male> coming from philadelphia <Speech_Male> park. I went on <Speech_Male> and last week for my <Silence> rhyme month over. <Silence> Yeah <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> that's a. That's a runner. <Silence> He's running <Speech_Male> three <Speech_Male> to zone. <Speech_Male> Yep that's <Speech_Male> how about <Speech_Male> that. <Speech_Male> Last <Speech_Male> month he can <Silence> run. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Look at that. <SpeakerChange> I love <Speech_Music_Male> it. <Speech_Music_Male> The owners <Speech_Music_Male> <hes> <Speech_Music_Male> takes men <Speech_Music_Male> acne. They <Speech_Music_Male> thought they could win. The <Speech_Music_Male> pet day mile <Speech_Music_Male> the racy. Run <Speech_Music_Male> a day. I think he can <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> close <Speech_Male> zone <Speech_Male> And <Silence> <Speech_Male> interesting <Speech_Male> we'll see we'll see <Speech_Male> we'll see. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Don't <SpeakerChange> don't count <Speech_Male> him out <Speech_Male> look at you. <Speech_Male> This is a. He's a street <Speech_Male> sense. Actually <Speech_Male> <hes> bread <Speech_Male> Bread by <Speech_Male> donald berto. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> He's really <Speech_Music_Male> bradford grandma. <Speech_Music_Male> The way he's running. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Keep getting better and better <Speech_Music_Male> on the dirt. <Silence> They gotta have a problem <Silence> with him <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> three <Speech_Male> zone all <Speech_Male> right. Look at look at this <Speech_Male> getting a push on <Speech_Male> on she. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> All you saw <Speech_Male> that one was was <Speech_Male> was the high dead <Speech_Male> actually. But <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> i'll tell you what that does <Speech_Male> kendrick that only <Speech_Male> that only <Speech_Male> further <Speech_Male> enhances <Speech_Male> dazzle <Speech_Male> time and <Speech_Male> and his <SpeakerChange> chance. <Speech_Male> I would think <Speech_Male> yeah. <Silence> Yeah i mean <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> you gotta be <Speech_Male> into win <SpeakerChange> and main <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> well. You showed <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> You showed <Speech_Male> that for sure <Speech_Male> Saturday <Speech_Male> with burr banovic. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> everybody <Speech_Male> delighted for you <Speech_Male> not just to <Speech_Male> win a wood memorial <Speech_Male> but <hes> to get to kentucky <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> <hes> with <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> The chance to <Speech_Male> ride both friday and <Speech_Male> saturday. And <Speech_Male> i'm sure you'll pick up some <Speech_Male> other live <Speech_Male> horses on the big <Speech_Male> weekend. Kendrick <Speech_Male> continued <Speech_Male> success. stay <Speech_Male> safe. <SpeakerChange> Congratulations <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> bogey

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Love her. I told my age When they made the race in in Accident weather what. What happened to rob after philly where she was and he was like. Oh she got run. The two hundred fifty thousand. I was like wow. That's wonderful how far racy politics eight. I love the distance. I i think you gotta get better. Rob done very phenomenal job going from six and a half a modern a aiden getting beat two and a half three lengths for the whole thing and you know a little bit more pace a little bit more horses into race to make the race break up a little. We probably could have been winner. That they i love her. I mean i. I can only imagine how she's gonna feel going forward after this ball in the eighth underneath well and that brings up that brings up a point You seem poised to have an oaks and derby mount all would be wonderful. That was right before you know. I just hope that they stay sound. Put him in bubble wrap and we get to go. Fight the First week of may you know. I'm ready i love it That that part of it i i. It's funny that i was going to certainly Certainly gonna stress. What a nice race mara cruiser ran and she was the longest shot on the board and granted. Search results had the race won and the red you know was idle linked to the wire but Markovic came running and that That could very much bode well. So friday and saturday. You're you're gonna you're gonna be rallying late it would seem On on both of these horses marcucci is an honor code ataman unbridled song mayor and she bernie sense. Yeah absolutely absolutely absolutely.

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"He'll move this is warranted members. Resigning off saturday bat. Goodness we've ever seen bride. So that's the rally that g with a wanted a while but one to good oranges all the time. So he was very deserving to get that one gave you a huge ri- john well-done Keep them healthy happy. And we'll see you in kentucky. John sadler Everybody and second santa anita derby win Sydney's candy sydney's candy right. Is that what. I think i heard that mentioned sydney's camping the other And i mentioned the mcnally's and and what a what a fun story you know that continues to be. This is a a cold out of charm. The maker Who herself was was a very nice racemare and go and even a step behind her Charm the giant. Her dam was a was a stay course and And a nice one. So this is this is a cool story from that From that standpoint looking forward to talking to sit on certainly on on wednesday about the the breeding aspect. Very obviously pretty stout when you look at this Charm the charm. The going actually go even going up. I'm just looking. olympic charmer. Is the third dam violin. Peo- and then charm the giant giant's causeway and then charm the maker empire maker so there is There's all the the stout underpinnings you could possibly want for a mile and a quarter type and You know watching watching him accelerate away. Let's take a look In fact let me look at the Let me take a look. I'm going to pull this up. I i should have printed this out earlier And i want to see what the one thing. I didn't look at was the splits and i'm curious now. We're doing this we're going to. We're going to talk to kendrick in a little bit here. Gonna take head for the break and we'll come back with with kendrick carmo. Go let me.

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"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"kendrick carmouche" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"It continues. I guess not sure when when did easter monday get all of a sudden. There was easter monday. Refer years we. Easter sunday was enough and then all of a sudden there was. There was easter monday next. They'll be Next there'll be some sort of a shopping. The cyber easter monday What a fun weekend. What the starting with keeneland opening day right. That was that was terrific. Great way to wade into the action and then saturday just wall to wall it. you know. we'll go through. Obviously i didn't even count up now. I'm curious eighteen like eighteen. Seventeen give or take graded stakes on saturday Little coda yesterday of course with an abbreviated schedule. Only only the paid workout. Really the less flora's for virga mean but the the the way in which you know the middle part of the day with the heavy stakes slate it kind of unfolded. It was pretty straightforward right. I mean there. There was no there was excellent performances Things like you know. Certainly the carter effort mischievous alex. I mean if ever there was a telegraphed win that was sort of anointed for weeks on end leading in. I mean every time everytime mike while she's been on all through march or even february he would he would slip in. You know is working really well as mischievous alex just just as sort of a non sequitur And then he then he shows up and absolutely confirms the expectations erat ortiz There were some dominant. that's i think. The bigger story other than the specifics of the derby perhaps was the dominant writer scenarios erat ortiz in new york. Flavian pratt Santa anita california and joel rosario and certainly we laid out. I think particularly with zero. We laid out how just stocked. He was going into friday and saturday. Caitlyn will flesh out a bunch of those elements. The the three-year-old seen it did get. Obviously it got it. Got a little of everything It got the crazy upset in the would. In a in a running that a pretty quickly became derided simply but the todd pletcher late campaign incursion continued. And you heard todd on tuesday and when we brought up dynamic one and robotic it was pretty clear that he thought nine one was was really viable. And was you know in a development curve which had great potential heading into the wood and then he sort of shrugged not shrugged off for bonnet. But he you know he did make it clear he said the same caillat likes the in these kinds of races. And he's a horse that could succeed at the at the trip et cetera. Well what can you say. Kendrick are moosh. We'll get to his first movie and robotic figures to be potentially the the problem not more than potentially. We'll be the longest shot on the board. You would you would think. I mean the race came back soft on a on a scale. One thing did you. Did you get a look at the horse when he when he came back. He's a big good looking horse. Make no mistake about that. And frankly given the kelly met program it. It's nice. I i i never gonna roll my eyes at at this approach. Because there's been. There's been to many successes at this point. You know piling up for that. And you know the repair starters you know maintaining the farm and maintaining the the heritage and tradition that it represents in a game that loan deserves. You know everybody's support and appreciation So then when when bragg kelly and team and family get a chance to succeed at a high level i it it's great it's great sound bernardini out of the fleet alex mare and kelly him at home bred burbot. And i think we're talking to kendrick in about forty minutes. The dynamic one the reportedly phipps viola union rags colt made plenty. Ascents took that step forward going the mile and the eighth and looked a at the sixteenth pole. Everything else that happened in here is going to take some some reorganization crowded. Trade crowded trade looks just like cloud computing for chad climate third cloud computing the third in the wood and pointed for preakness. And that seems to be the indication Way burn jimmy. Jimmy jerkins told you from day one after the gotham what his interests were and it looks like peter pan and belmont Brooklyn strong. It was a lot to ask. And he did not run badly beaten five lengths and give or take not a bad way to wade back into the action you can expect him to go forward. Prevalence jason and faded again. A horse that was was being not rushed. But just you know was going to have to grab a brass ring on the merry. Go round risk-taking. You can tell. Chad was a little frustrated with with risk-taking And candyman rocket. i ended up last in here. And i like we said last week i thought he was getting attention. And i i couldn't figure it out personally but There was your would then. Of course the scene shifts to really the race that made the that really made the afternoon fun and essential quality. Five for five highly motivated gave him absolutely everything you wanted to handle and it reminded me and i'm sure somebody mentioned it. I haven't seen it. But i'm sure.

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