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"kentucky thoroughbred association" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
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"kentucky thoroughbred association" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Good point there that you know this isn't clayborn that goes back. You know over one hundred years or anything like that. But you know the impact that she had in Middle Ridge You know breeding green the first American breeder Have EPSOM Derby winner. You know with survivor. Really kind of launched that farmer and had such a huge impact on the American breeding selling market And just everything she's done in the sport I mean you know. She's Clips Award of Merit. Winter she served on so many boards and helped so many organizations such as you know the Breeders Cup Koba Toba Kentucky Thoroughbred Association than a lot of research You know for the Gluck Glock Foundation and other places and no ridge now has a reputation. Thanks to her. Family's all involved. Now Doc Chandler and He'd bell and price bell the others. You know continuing on that legacy but yeah it's great that she's getting recognized now John Hendrickson our museum president. When I told them the inductees wanted to be the one to make the personal call so he was able to call doc chandler up and You know everybody down there thrilled with it and LCD Chandler's certainly certainly absolutely a pillar of the other Two members on the pillar side It Oh both have been gone a while. George widener certainly But makes makes perfect sense and Weidner's in a contribution to the game and in so many different capacities and keen dangerfield Fascinating character and One of one of the absolute legend. When it came to you know being a steward and creating formatting what you know what a stewards responsibility is in the game so that that's about as strong a trio Widener dangerfield and Chandler. That's about as good a trio as you're going to produce I absolutely love the pillars of the turf category. And this is something we've had for.
"kentucky thoroughbred association" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"The memorial was a quota per second between master David and Eddington. Baranov the backstretch back with you on the equine forum presented by Red Brand Fence. That was the legendary Tom. Durkin with the call the wood memorial and tap its victory. This is the weekend where we would typically beginning you ready for the wood memorial and the bluegrass and the Santa Anita Derby. We'd basically be talking about being four weeks away from the run for the roses. Unfortunately as we know none of that is going to happen. Those three races not being run at least at this point may be rescheduled for later in the year as part of what might a summer road to the Kentucky Derby who knows a lot of things still up in the air and yet to be determined but tap it perennial leading sire. Champion sire standing against weighing gains way is one of the farms that you can visit when you go to visit. Horse Country Dot Com and I highly recommend it enjoy now by an hardy who is the executive director of visit. Horse country and good morning. Good Morning Mike. How're you doing doing pretty well? How about yourself where we're hanging in there too like everybody listen. I mentioned this a little while ago that now you had to adjust just like everybody. You can't host the tours onsite at the various horse farms and Industry Organizations here in Central Kentucky. You've had to go to a virtual format. Tell me about that. Yeah you know they say necessity is the sole of invention and when everything started to kind of turn and we saw that we like so many others especially in tourism and hospitality. We're GONNA have to do what we could stem the tide of the virus and kind of closed down. We started thinking you know. What else can we do? And what can we share this time and you know? We often take for granted in the BLUEGRASS and surrounded by all of this all the time that just walked through the fields is something that can be really calming to the soul and so we kind of leaned onto our members. That's still hot. Essential staff on the farm and said Hey. Can we get together and do what we do in the tours but just find a way to reach out to people right now who are cooped up at home and and don't have a good outlet and it's been really? It's been really beautiful. To be honest. It's been amazing to see how people have reacted to it but the members and the people watching at home. I can imagine that this would be a must do thing if you're a horse racing fan and you've never had the chance to even if you have had the chance to experience some of these farms you know so many of us as you just mentioned and are sitting at home. We can't get out and do things. There's nothing really to do anyway unless you're GONNA go to the grocery store or something like that. Why not go to visit horse? Country Dot Com and take a virtual tour of these unbelievable farms which which farms in which organizations are currently available for virtual. Tours yeah you know. I'm so proud to say that the we have about thirty members who tour on a regular basis and more and more added content so there are lots of different ways to that contents happening Ben Thrift has put up produced Segments of their word that you can look at different different sections of the farm and then a couple of the members are doing live experiences. One that I really was just bowled over by was last week lanes and hosted virtual tour. And you've got two things during that virtual tour that you can hardly even ever see it laid on a regular tour which is amazing because Mr Bill. Farish hosted along with his daughter. Andy that live to our people really got to interact with them and then we also have got to go and season. Yada on her birthday and normally that's not part of the two right lanes and so to be able to see things you know you. You ever think there could be something better than actually being the farm but we're trying to leverage these opportunities for something even better And then you go all the way through some of our. Ta aftercare credited Organizations like equine adoption center or new. Vocations where you can really showcase. Even now the worst is still need to be cared for and so we're going to show off that excellent care that they get those after care organizations and there's nothing like going out and visiting a nursery. You Know Mel Rich Price. And He'd have been so generous to let us walk through the fields that their marriage and foles and just see what a a. Kentucky morning is like these days are these tours and the the virtual tours are they interactive in any way or do folks as they're sitting there watching and taking the virtual tour. Are they just watching individual? Walk them around and show them the history and and and video footage of those farms. Yeah it says some of them are definitely interactive if you if you go to our website which is the visit horse country and then there's right in that find allegation is linked to virtual tours and it has a list of any of those live experiences that are happening so any of the live experiences that happened on Instagram. Live or facebook live. Those off offer opportunities to type in questions are to provide feedback to interact with other guests. That are going on and then those videos are also posted for later consumption and doing well. But if you're interested in doing something interactive be sure to check out one of those that gives a live schedule The other thing that we're trying to do as we learned over the course of the first week or so of doing these that it wasn't just like you and me who are kind of cooped up. It was teachers that were doing watch parties with school groups so that their kids could see agriculture biology. And so we're kind of working through program now where we're going to reach out to folks on our social media channels and through some Teacher contract and start to gather some feedback about what content they would like to see So we're trying to make it really interactive those proactively and then also if you just hop onto one of those experiences and you WanNa ask a question about how many fences are on the on the farm or how many Mares foals are out or something like that we'll talk about making lemonade out of Lemons. This is just a phenomenal way to do it. Visit HORSE COUNTRY DOT COM is the website. I'm visiting with an hardy. Who is the executive director of visit Horse Country and she has done a remarkable job in putting this program together and kind of heading the ship if you will in steering this organization now through what is a very challenging time and challenging circumstances no doubt about it and what's been the most rewarding part of being involved with horse country for you. You know I didn't to this organization with a strong equine background and I think being a part of facilitating the connections between horses and humans being part of introducing a sport that I've really come to love to to a ton of new people has been so rewarding but also this is you know it's kind of a teamwork during work situation. I mean our staff has been amazing. The membership is so dedicated to this mission. The industry has really started to recognize. What an opportunity. These experiences are for development so being in the midst of both the corona virus challenges and some of the other challenges and racing. We get to be part of a really beautiful bright spot of telling true stories of what happened here in the bluegrass and throughout our industry we get to tell the stories of people who really love and care for these equine athletes Being able to just be a part of the bright spot and the positive stories is is just really humbling and an overwhelming. And I'm so grateful for that. Yeah you should be an and you know. We threw out a very positive question of the day on our twitter feed on facebook here this morning. We're asking people to tell us what their favorite horse racing movie is because so many people are sitting at home and they're binge-watching or they're watching movies so the responses are coming in fast and furious. We're getting everything for let it ride to Phar lap to sea biscuit. There have been several hubbub for you. And if you had to pick a favorite horse racing movie what might be Man I'm GonNa have to be so basic on us and I just loved secretary. I love that story and all the hope and being a part of the story now with flavor of the handcock seemly carrying it on. It's just really close to my heart and Hardy Executive Director Visit Horse country as good as it gets and we'll encourage you to head over there now at checkout their virtual tours. Why not you got nothing else to do. You might as well hang out and watch a virtual tour at one of these amazing horse farms and keep up the amazing work stay safe. Stay healthy and thanks for taking a little time here this morning on. Mike you to take care all right and Yeah you know. And and speaking of Kentucky Horse Farms and you know if you go to their website you'll see claburn and you'll see coolmore you'll see Denali gains way Good Dolphin is also on their at mill. Ridge I mean come on if you want to just take a little tour and spent some time experiencing these horses. This is a great way to do it. And hats off to everybody visit horse country for everything that they've done for the sport nut not just now through this this Pandemic but everything. They've done over the years for the sport and allowing people to get behind the scenes if you will and see things that you typically don't get to see really well done And that brings us to our. Ktla A. K. T. O. B. KENTUCKY-BRED SPOTLIGHT FOR THIS MORNING. And this one's pretty short and sweet you know with facing unprecedented circumstances and disruptions in schedules at our race tracks and farms resulted Kobe. Nineteen in the National Crisis Kentucky Thoroughbred Association and the Kentucky Thoroughbred Owners and breeders..
"kentucky thoroughbred association" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The american quarter horse association a letter from the america racing entertainment a letter for chris mccarron letter from the ecuadorian health and welfare lines a pack of diapers from ellen foreman from wing layer of the jockey club a letter from the stronach group eleven from the ohio state racing commissioner letter from barbara bank of stonestreet testimony from match liliana of the jockey club documents any letter for dr thomas tobin testimony from william thomas ackland association a letter from the new racing association a letter from the us trotting association a letter from west point thoroughbreds a letter from me kentucky thoroughbred association a letter from the north american association ever association of racetrack veterinarians a letter from the thorough variety owners and breeders association a letter from sean schmolly of the coalition for horse racing integrity a coalition of documents from the humane society of the united states and a letter in roster from the water hay oats alliance in with that again i wanna thank our this is for testifying today and i mentioned earlier that there are additional questions that would be submitted for the record by our members that we'd have about a ten day period for you ought to answer those letters so again i appreciate your for being here today and for your testimony in at this time these subcommittee will stand adjourned this hearing took place in late june house economic i'm sorry i made you house energy and subcommittee hearing testimony on a horse anti doping program witnesses before the committee included stuart janney who's chair of the jockey club eric camelback horsemen's benevolent and protective association edward martin racing commissioning commissioners international president and craig travel three davis cup ceo looking ahead on c span radio president trump is at he'll announce his replacement for retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy on monday nine pm eastern primetime follow the us supreme court here on c span from monday's announcements to upcoming confirmation hearings to the swearing in you can see it all on c span c span dot org or listen on the c span radio app next c span radio the colorado christian universities centennial institute hosting a general washing conservative summit this summit took place in early june hilden the colorado convention center in denver among.