12 Burst results for "Leroy Jolly"

"leroy jolly" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:19 min | 3 d ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Right, it's always good to hang out with you. Yeah, of course you'll be back later ten 30 eastern with Tim wilkin and I asked the answer. I do have a question via email that was submitted by Sally Ellen in Maryland and she wants to know how you found your experience when judging the Maryland horse breeders association yearlings show back in 2017. That's a good question. That was one of the greatest weekends of my life. I'd say in it was an honor to do. You look down through the list of guys that have gone over there and done it from Alan Jericho. So what Stevens and Leroy jolly, the hero, my heroes growing up and in for them to invite me and Tammy, she helped me the whole time. It was just an extremely fun event. And I'm waiting on another invitation to come back. Well, she also wanted to thank you from a showman's point of view for changing up the class procedures. I guess allowing the yearlings to walk around the ring clockwise with the horses on the inside of the handler until the judge was ready. And she said, it made a big difference to those that were on the shanks that day. She was a lot of help. That was a really fun day. And like you said, call me again. We'll come back. Never pass up a chance for crab cakes. All right, your chance to talk to trainer Dale Romans. If you've ever had a question, you wanted to ask Dale, now is the time to do it. This next 15 minutes is all about you. You be the host of the show 888-966-4776 the number to call Gus is in Florida. Gus, go ahead. You're on the line with Dale Romans. Hey, Dale, how are you doing? I'm doing great, Gus. What's going on today? Not much. Not this time. I mean, he's becoming a very prominent sire. I mean, he's got probably the favors today in the Lake at the fairgrounds. He always he also has a simplification probably in a couple weeks in a holy bowl, just so what did you see in him and what do you think his potential is as a sire, especially going the longer distances. No, let me tell you something. He was a horse that he had of minor injury when he was a baby. He was so we didn't know how long he could make it. But the four races I had him, I think he's the best dirt horse I ever had by far. And he was just the absolute perfect horse. He had a class about a way active. He had the looks. He had a deep pedigree. You know, he's a half brother Liam's map. His sister, Taylor S, I got her first full stand here looking at me right now to barn. He's just got all the parts to be the next storm cat. And now he's getting weight. The marriage that fold this year are all the quality great one Bryce Mayer's grade one producers. He's got some great mayors coming. It's doing great right now, but it's going to be exciting when he's good mayors. He moves them all up. No telling how good he can get. All right. They'll go ahead. Sorry I didn't mean to cut you off. I was going to say that's right to hear in best wishes on with James game going through the Triple Crown. Thank you. I got Halloween time too. He just worked this morning. Don't forget about him. He's not this time. Keep your eye out for him. All right, Gus in Florida. Appreciate the phone call. 8 8 8 9 6 6 four 7 6. If you want to four 7 7 6, if you want to talk to Dale Romans, you can do it right now. 8 8 8 9 6 6 hrn, call Dale and ask him anything you've always wanted to ask him. Dale, I noticed that we had somebody that was kind of hating on the beard. On social media, wanted to know when you were going to shave off that as they called it ridiculously looking beard. I think it looks cool. I liked it, but it's gone. It's been gone since the first new year. So, yeah. It's cut 20 years off my life. I said. It probably did. I always thought it looked kind of good. It kind of set you apart. Right, that was a little different. It's never had a beard. I agree on it from pandemic. And I left it for a while. It's gone, no. How come you wanted to grow on? What led you to do that? Just being bored, locked in the house, and then it got used to not shaving. All right, 888-966-4776, and then asked Al Romans anything you'd like. He's had a storied career and I tell you all the time that it's a sport filled with characters and character and Dale is certainly one of those. He's larger than life in the game of thoroughbred racing and you get a chance to talk to him right here on UB the host. Now there's going to be people that are gun shy and don't want to call in because they don't want to be on radio. So we're encouraged them to that they can email us might get horse racing radio .NET if they want to ask you a question that way. I have a question for you. So your greatest training feat of all time. If you could pick one, what would that training fee be? A little mic going to mile and a half in the breeders cup, turf. I thought, you know, you had Ramon on last week and we had been planning on running that horse in the mile. And it looked like wise Dan was just unbeatable. Can everybody thought that little Mike was just a mile or they said he got lucky going to mount a quarter and I liked a million they let us go. And Carlo and I talked about it today before and she said, we have got to go into mile and a half and we'd be on.

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"leroy jolly" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:50 min | 3 d ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Yeah, of course you'll be back later ten 30 eastern with Tim wilkin and I asked the answer. I do have a question via email that was submitted by Sally Ellen in Maryland and she wants to know how you found your experience when judging the Maryland horse breeders association yearling show back in 2017. Hey, that's a good question. That was one of the greatest weekends of my life. I'd say, and it was an honor to do. He looked down to the list of guys that have gone over there and done it from Alan jerkins or woody Stevens and Leroy jolly. The hero, my heroes growing up and in for them to invite me and Tammy she helped me the whole time. It was just an extremely fun event. And I'm waiting on another invitation to come back. Well, she also wanted to thank you from a showman's point of view for changing up the class procedures. I guess allowing the year links to walk around the ring clockwise with the horses on the inside of the handler until the judge was ready. And she said, it made a big difference to those that were on the shanks that day. That was a lot of help. That was a really fun day. And why do you think, call me again? We'll come back. Never pass up a chance for crap cakes. All right, your chance to talk to trainer Dale Romans. If you've ever had a question you wanted to ask Dale, now is the time to do it. This next 15 minutes is all about you. You be the host of the show 8 8 8 9 6 6 four 7 7 6, the number to call Gus is in Florida. Gus, go ahead. You're on the line with Dale Romans. Hey, Dale, how are you doing? I'm doing great, Gus. What's going on today? Not much. Not this time. I mean, he's becoming a very prominent sire. I mean, he's got probably the favors today in the lecom at the fairgrounds. He always he also has a simplification, probably in a couple of weeks in a holy bowl, just so what did you see in him and what do you think his potential is as a sire, especially going no longer distances. No, let me tell you something he was a horse that he had of minor injury when he was a baby. He was so we didn't know how long he could make it, but the four races I had him. I think he's the best dirt horse I ever had by far. And he was just the absolute perfect horse. He had a class about a way acted. He had the looks. He had a deep pedigree. You know, he's a half brother Liam's map. His sister Taylor S I got her first full stand here looking at me right now to barn. He's just got all the parts to be the next storm cat. And now he's getting the merits of mayors that fold this year are all the quality grade one race mares Greg one producers. He's got some great mares coming. It's doing great right now, but it's going to be exciting when he's good and he moves them all up. And he said, no tell him how good he can get. All right, 88. They'll go ahead. Sorry, I didn't mean to cut you off. I was going to say that's right to hear in a best wishes with giant scheme going through the Triple Crown. Thank you. I got howling time too. He just worked this morning. Don't forget about him. He's not this time. Keep your eye out for him. All right, Gus in Florida. I appreciate the phone call. 8 8 8 9 6 6 four 7 6. If you want to four 7 7 6, if you want to talk to Dale Romans, you can do it right now. 8 8, 8, 9, 6, 6, 8, call Dale and ask him anything you've always wanted to ask him. Dale, I noticed that we had somebody that was kind of hating on the beard on social media, wanted to know when you were going to shave off that as they called it ridiculously looking beard. I think it looks cool. I liked it, but it's gone. It's been gone since first new year. So, yeah. It's cut 20 years off of my life, I said. It probably did. I always thought it looked kinda good. It kind of set you apart. Right, that was a little different. Yeah, I didn't ever had a beard. I grew on a pandemic, and I left it for a while. It's gone, no. How come you wanted to grow in? What led you to do that? But just being bored, locked in the house, and then I got used to not shaving. All right, 888-966-4776, and never to call, asked Dale Romans anything you'd like. He's had a storied career and I tell you all the time that it's a sport filled with characters and character and Dale is certainly one of those. He's larger than life in the game of thoroughbred racing, and you get a chance to talk to him right here on UB the host. Dale, there's going to be people that are gun shy and don't want to call in because they don't want to be on radio. So we're encouraged them to that they can email us. Mike get horse racing radio dot net if they want to ask you a question that way. I have a question for you. So your greatest training feat of all time. If you could pick one, what would that training fee be? A little Mike going to mile and a half in the breeders cup, turf. I thought, you know, you had Ramon on last week and we had been planning on running that horse in the mile. And it looked like wise Dan was just unbeatable. And everybody thought that little Mike was just a mile and they said he got lucky going to mount a quarter and I liked a million they let us go. And Carlo and I talked about it today before and she said, we have got to go into mile and a half inch we'd be on the lead all the way around, I thought. And then you get to form, and there's two speed horses in the race. We can't get in front of them, but where we need to be and win. So the paddock we told her most to just sit there, act like you're on the lead. They'll collapse in front of you. You don't inherit the lead at the 8th pole and just ride your ass off to the wire. And that's exactly how it happened. And Ramon that has to be the secret to race of his career. I know it's the biggest race you ever won. But how many people could have gotten that horse to shut off and train and run away he did like ramone did. So fast forward a few years later, amongst retired and bad Hall of Fame, great jockeys, Sarah toga. And I see him in the parking lot when I came out. He's all excited like a kid in the candy store, so you won't believe what I was just doing. So I was talking to Georgia Velasquez and lafitte pink guy and angel Cordero. We were all over there talking. And I sento Vasquez. I said, so why don't you realize you were ever been as good? If not better than ever one of them. And you know, Ramona always collects it. He took a minute. He looked at me. He said, I think you're biased because we did something special together. In true ramone fashion. It's really remote fashion. You know, that this business in this sport is giving me a chance to do a lot of special things. But that's one of the most special. All right, we go north of the border for our next caller that's Lou in Toronto Lou. Go ahead. You're on the phone with Dell Romans. Hey, Gail. Hi, Mike. I want to welcome both.

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"leroy jolly" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

06:16 min | 6 months ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

"Horse to break in the way he did in his last orton into have the work tab since then to tobacco that performance. You know there's a lot of potential with him and obviously the price either to some effect. So i thought i thought this was a race. Where there's there's a lot of horses coming from the major tracks that i'm not in love with and i figured why not go with the horseshoe has a really strong performance under him. And he's getting geared up to this race in a big way and never gonna move onto the final grade one From sued saratoga. Day or opening saturday and the final race. We're gonna talk about on this week's episode on. That's the great one diana. I'm going to have a preview of this over on youtube. And i'm going to save my pick for that preview because i still don't know where i'm going to go with the diana because this racist so wide over the place. I'll turn it over to eric to give out his picks for this race. Another very wide open one in my opinion but You know you know where. I'm going to be pocket square. I can give me a million excuses for that just to game loss. Apply brown has given the excuses in an. He's come to the point where he's literally said in interviews. I i don't know. I don't know what went wrong. But she's working so good to him that he is confident she can run back in this spot and put on a performance. I loved that she getting longer in distance. I think a mind is a distance much rather go than a one mile We saw we saw her dominate that that kyun allowance race Were around sixteen. Turns much better much more professional doing her the way she she should have in just a game you know. The excuse book is out there. I think she gets here against is easier clearly because the top two from that just again both returned here but should get a little bit. More favorable to her set applies into circumstance. Why she should be in good shape so i think impact scored about back your shirts. A tough field especially doll and do so so good. La- mr not too bad for chad brown magic attitude on her run of degree so tons and tons of quality billions in maryland. Here but i think pockets were still the best of all and before we end off this episode. I had missed bringing this up at the beginning of the episode. But i wanna touch on so we had some unfortunate news to last week's episode. We had some unfortunate news. Come out The past couple of days in racing speak in a couple of Couple of horse racing. I call him legends. Even though one of these people may not be as known as as the other one. But we lost a former belmont stakes. Winning jockey. John ross He won the belmont stakes. In one thousand nine hundred seventy aboard high echelon. He was also the one thousand nine hundred seventy nine hundred sixty two excuse me preakness winter so Very unfortunate to lose him also in the human side over here. We lost the owner of kentucky. Derby winner from one thousand nine hundred eighty genuine risk. Burt firestone and the very interesting thing about burt. Firestone we know how much time left but because not too many people know. This actually told eric about this. Eric wasn't familiar with the story of the very very funny thing about genuine risk. What she was not going to run in the kentucky derby the. There's an interview out there with leroy jolly immediately after the wood memorial and jim mckay asked him. Are there any problems about this philly going to the derby and a libra jolly immediately response. there's no problem with me because i'm not going Burt firestone had plans and we all know what happened when she went there very glad that she did. 'cause we got that great moment does unfortunate to lose someone like him But the the big story. And i think the thing that everybody has heard about was the international news that we lost a tremendous Transformational breed shaping sire galileo. Who was a great racehorse in is always very very crazy to think about how good galileo was because his career takes a back seat to what he did in the breeding shed and that. That's you understand. Why because he has been fantastic sire but he was a damn good racehorse on his best day. Couple darby wins king. George win unfortunately did not run in the breeders cup turf so it wasn't a breeders cup winner but just a fantastic horse but you know what he did on. The racetrack pales in comparison to what he did. In the breeding. Shed breed shaping cyrus an understatement for the source. You go look at all the horses that he's produced. I mean it's insane what he has been able to produce in his career indefinitely Very unfortunate that in a few years there are no longer going to be galileo's anymore because they run You don't get everybody knows. How good galileo's are they are some of the best horses in the world and you know it was pretty fitting. Though this weekend all park we did have a one of his sons. Take out a grade. One win in the united states. I don't know How what number grade one. That is for him in the united states but definitely some unfortunate losses the past week for horse racing absolutely absolutely i mean this is the most monumental Lossless down in my lifetime probably For the rest of my life because this is religious a major loss for the worldwide. You know breeding bloodstock industry because eight galileo's mark just and left all across the world he said you know group one winners in i believe ten eleven countries In gotcha that's just brushes. The surface of what he did sire. Probably the greatest resource in european history at least in this century. Last year's maybe in franco is dominance. Its of the european classics forty one classic winners. Eleven of them when multiple classes Every year i might add since his first crop. A horse of from his horse of his progeny as one a classy grace in england ireland or france in fact english classics. Of course the biggest ones a he unless this could be the year that streak ends twenty twenty one as he hasn't had a winner of any of the English classics so far so the sentencing ledger still out there for one of his offspring to win. But even then He's had a horse winning english classic every year since two thousand eleven. So when just absolute dominance in every sense of the word. But i think i think the great thing about this is You know he has so many sons that that are going to be able to continue his legacy to some effect. It's not like the margins with him. Obviously frankly doing all of the great things that he's doing so many other good horses grades for crying out. Loud is the grand sire over travers winner. I'm calling.

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"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

06:12 min | 7 months ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Really kicks into second gear today To say the least. And for starters del mar they will draw their opening day. friday card. Haven't seem notes as to whether they'll be a split oceanside i'll probably not but it was always that's always Historically it's always been a theme leading into opening day at del mar and tomorrow colonial. They'll get their first card and get their season started which runs to september and we actually kind of inadvertently Because of a piece of news from yesterday we actually will get a little colonial and virginia equine alliance conversation in this morning with deb easter. She'll join us. I talk about the confluence of events That brings depth to us but opening day at that colonial on monday. So here. here's the here's the itinerary and we'll also talk to jeff midday today Because colonial i colonial canterbury's got there The stakes tomorrow. Jeff is gonna join us but saratoga. Del mar friday haskell saturday and colonial on monday so there there's the lay of the land the next several days just Kind of a hetty that of a heady week of action say the least Then you start folding in the news portions and we'll talk some of the sales results and of course. The yearling market kicks off today after yesterday's horses of racing age and bloodstock sale talk about those momentarily. But as i mentioned deb easter joining us and the news that that third firestone had passed at age eighty nine yesterday in west palm beach and bert firestone and wife diana and really the the whole family is just immersed and just so involved in in equine sport and it not limited even closely limited to thoroughbred racing the the interests and the devotion to the equine lifestyle including the show ring and The children and then grandchildren. They're just the breeding and the business. There there is nothing that the firestone's haven't done and and frankly done with great care and attention and success and panache they. The the firestones have been in a for for decades. I mean going back to the seventies. And i mean i don't even know where you where do you jump in. You know. certainly you know. Certainly genuine risk is part of any any firestone tribute and and discussion and obits etc but newstead farm the sprawling sprawling facility in in virginia that they maintained and they raise their their north american based sources. Because of course they also were heavily involved abroad. I mean the success that they had as a racing operation then ireland based in ireland and I i'm sure if you had a chance over the last. I don't know it must have happened. Must have been mid afternoon. I think is when i the the first little alert came across You know with the early details But deb is going to join us. Because i i didn't i it certainly bill maher that helped launch bill matt's career Christoph clermont in recent years very notably though And the the huge disappointment Is that of course. You couldn't have leroy jolly to you know to talk about his relationship with bert firestone But i can tell you that I know the The daughter allison was an olympian and Let me there's so many there's so many tentacles Out of burton diane firestone. They both road Competitively i i've had mixed i there's been mixed maybe we'll let deb. Deb has a Perspective. but i i've i've i've heard mixed reviews about.

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"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Never liked to see disqualifications. All right kodak stays up and We did you know. I've i've got a wonderful picture that i took of of those pictures From that i put up from Look pimlico and There's a great picture a dick schaap and And red smith at the hearing At the at the you know the big codex genuine risk. And i've looked at pictures for you. We're you there. did you go to that. In those days. I went to all of the earth. My retirement well that because that was it because the that that that hearing What was it like seventeen days later. Fourteen days later after the race. The i don't remember. Yeah it's i'll send you a couple of things that i've that i've saved from down there that you know pictures i've taken There was a there was an editorial in the baltimore sun about it. I mean it was a huge. I it was just a mammoth Story at the time and I've also i've i've i'll i'll put these up for those that have never seen it. I've got a picture of an anguished. Leroy jolly just looking forlorn at the at the hearing and and of course as we've discussed with him personally That was The coming out party for alan foreman joining Joining the the industry With a bang In the genuine risk codex and eat this was provocative and and Who's your belmont moore's You know. I i don't much care i mean i you know i think i think it's either essential quality.

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"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:14 min | 11 months ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And see if they get the racist a little bit quicker than you know breda maher you got nine months just patient there. I have long eleven and You know then they'll be another year their yearling another year. The two year old so y- takes volume by europe opened. Maybe some of get to get to the races in the summertime. Well but i'm pleased for him and you know they've been here for the last two races that's all as race it personally to saratoga and He's excited families excited that as daughter and some of his grandkids here at the races and You know they're all excited. And so hopefully oprah's a trip continues. I very much. And we'll look the end of the month and florida derby being on the twenty seventh I do have to say that. I'm sure everybody Around the barn and alison and We're we're quite relieved that The rally came through because it the let's be honest if he hadn't won would not have been a very pleasant day would have been. It would have been a little darker than i would like to see. But i've been through those kind of situations before But like i say it's You build yourself up. And when it's over with almost sort of like letdown. Al gets all inside and gets a screen realm but with me with me. I'm usually pretty glad is over with winter. Win or lose you yourself. See this an easy game and and leroy jolly says best said. You don't play this game short pants so you know the good things that happened. I remember when i was working from this. David white lev sitting all we'd be it and with box in the shed and Mr riley said and he's in his growth way. So you kind of like this go to board. I'm can watch it. He's not discouraged by building up wherever good thing that happens is going to be twenty bands sites and he wasn't role. And you know. I've always thought you know you remember those things when then something happens as long as you can kinda repair it. And there's always there's always down the road and You know that's the way that absorb positioned myself to try out to pray that way and to be able to who Take take take worth a game and You know luckily of law big days in here. That's a lot of this form of two and You just hope that you just saying you just hope the tip continues and So we're here. I got a nice solid bunch right. Now choose them getting excited to getting getting back to new york. The little bit no. I'm really enjoying the weather down here. Comeback with us in belmont. You know. I really think belmont any place and I'm i'm looking forward to getting back up there. And you know we see what the person money's going to be and So you know pretty exciting time for stable right now couple of a couple of performances from the From earlier on the card saturday What what do do now with performer malinowski. You know what i mean. He he Jose felt like that he was fighting the race. Track a little bit I just got. I just got gotta figure that part of al i'm gonna go leases payson park. I'm going back up there on saturday morning. is kind of see where we stand and and go from there. Disappointing performance but You know we'll just have to see what what we do you know man. I said earlier. I might be getting stretched out One of the reasons reading the other day was trying to get a good solid ball. Way into the baby running sell to. You just have to see how that pans out. Well maybe getting maybe getting back to new york could go You know ways to lift in his head. How about how about the three year old The turf coal scarlet sky liking like he probably ran really. Good the other day It was a funny run race. That'll run all the end but we call the seeing there and made a good move. I think i think that the also bills probably really really nice four and you know what he won the other. No they really liked going into for grazing. Land do And the other day he ran good again still a little green. I.

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"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"It. It's only one way you can win. And that's there's a liar in front and as a million ways to get. ooh That's for sure Tony I. I don't know if you've heard me earlier. I think on Monday but something came up and I i. I got totally distracted. Going over some results from from Laurel weekend and the first race result that I was reading was the what a summer and I remembered that you had ridden her and sure enough. I went and looked it up and to get a refresher and and I think you told the story that you got it as a pickup mount At at at Akwa docked one you know one day glut state burn turn down. That was the one positive. The garden state burning down it was nineteen seventy seven April were deemed. It burned down and of course ridership around I. I had some clients that were sending horses the New York Danny Lopez Outta horse Iran that day in an early race QUARTER WANNA do I WANNA I do. Maybe one and I'm walking back and Leroy Jolly stops and he says hey black is You want to hang around you can ride my worse in the In the state and this is I'm looking at the guy. And was he just goofing around and I'm tired of what's going on. It was a couple of writers and he said it in a way. I'm not GonNa talk and say like you said it on the way on the Radio GonNa say it and he says I'm tired of that that about and and and He says tell Kirk scales the name your North Eighth Race Water. Some and I went upstairs and I told the cargo scales. I guess it would sal one of those guys I I forget I gotta hear from the trainer. He says it's always Zenit. Open a Lotta controversy right now going on I well then paging. Oh come up in name they just yes told me. I said I'm done but I'm going to stay for this and I you know he'll be up. He came out a couple of races before. And he's yeah I told black the name on the horse and that's how I wound up one. You know you just one of the things I was Would never been up in New York at the time the Garden Garden State in burn down I was leading rider garden state. When it burned down I was like thirteen and twelve or thirteen? Fun Jimmy Edwards. I.

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"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"I said Yeah you better be ready to work seven days a week and just live live. Live and breathe it. That's all if you want to be successful you gotta live and breathe because not only you're responsible for all those horses versus but you're responsible for a lot of employees families that count on you. That's a lot of pressure like this winter when we were having problems out there SANITA. Yeah that was one of the big things that you know. If this isn't workout I got a lot of families that are counting on me and you know they just can't pick up no go. Oh or whatever and they've been with me for you know twenty twenty years and seeing all the kids grow up so there's a lot of extra pressure that you know that that that people don't know about you but So but it's been very you know I. I'm so lucky that work down you know. I'm glad that my grandmother let me that thousand dollars. I don't know what would happen if she didn't give me the the money but but it was as you never things happen for a reason it's one of the you know it's one of the things about the game that you know. There's there's a certain degree of locked that That it just as is out there to be to be captured and I suppose some of it. Some of it is is just knowing just being relaxed and as you as you've discussed before I mean just Adjusting how you you always talk about making decisions with horses during the run-up On the classic trail and just making those decisions on feel I remember when I was when I was like sixteen this Wayne Look is comes into scenario with these shiny trailers. These fancy voices to run in the trials okay and we all went up to the fence ago. Everybody was saying that's Wayne Lukas. Man That's guy it's light light and I wanted to go up and introduce mice. I was scared to de. ooh I was like That's him and I got it close. Look I'm watching him man but this he's just he is like you not only is he. He's a great horse Horseman and Horse Trainer He's great horsemen but he was a good showman and he knew how to For for the better he knew how to promote the sport he really. And when he when he came into the corridors business. He changed the course. I mean he the Barnes all of a sudden he had had the most beautiful barnes and the flowers in there and stuff. Rake at the herringbone tendency a herringbone Rig that's Wayne Lucas and people that try what is gold toe to toe with and they went and broke. They couldn't they couldn't stay up because he kept winning. And then when he came thoroughbreds he changed at all and During the process he sort of rubbed a lot of people the wrong way and they you know and so you know the thing about Wayne he was never really when you come from the corridors and just jumped in there he it was really totally never accepted fully. When you come for the hard boots and because he didn't come up from you know they they think a lot of the you know the trainers are You know come in like you know the typical trainers supposed to look like Leroy Jolly lovely. I get get to know him last year and I just love what I totally right when I saw him. I said when I see you Leroy. I'm intimidated 'cause to me. Leroy was above me because I watched him. I think he was great trainer. And all these guys and I see 'em brea and those guys like I would never consider myself at their their level to me. They're still above me. Union means so when you see these guys when you're growing up on television you know like And last I used to pick your arraign these older guys. And that's what I did. I tell you it's helped me and I tell my kids. You gotta be very curious in life absolutely and you have solutions and we rented a long day. We they're calling for you. They're calling for me right. Steve but I got your worn out. Todd pletcher showed up. They told me he wouldn't show why. Why not Actually taught actually graduate in four years. It took me six. All right. Enjoy it you was fabulous. Thank you as always unbelievable Bob Baffert. Let's take a break. I'm digging it. I'm sorry I didn't dig into everybody's time with the kids and Let's let's take a break hammer's coming right back and we're going to get some kids on and we're GONNA get sick Fernando in for a visit and he's going to explain about the you know how how to get into the pedigree side of you know if you're young person and you want to work for a farm you WANNA work on the sales and you WanNa work and signer Sydell talk about that and how you know we we. We know how the horse side works and probably a lot of the business side track operators and so forth but that's an in area and and when we were here last year You know there was. I think I think it all the time we've been coming only been one Of the students students that had expressed bloodstock interest now. A now I've been introduced to two or three more and so we'll get sit in for that to a A lot of fun. How about that story and delivered delivered perfectly baffert about thirty sluice because everybody was saying the horse become anything? WHO's the horse at thirty slows? That was great back after this to symposium apple races with feedback on Sirius. Xm radio the home at the tracker on the go express bed is your way to play. The races express provides it's.

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"leroy jolly" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Presented by rid brand fence, they turned for home high limit and band Dany stacking up to the outside of Spanish chestnut closing argument as fourth in consolidator, son king and Mr. sword at the eighth bowl band. Dini shake spree of high limit and band data opens up by nearly three lakes high limited second a scramble for third, but the eighty first district of Toyota bluegrass is settled Banthiya takes it by just better than four legs height. Limit was second closing argument. Third and then sun king fourth in a time of one minute. Fifty seconds. Welcome back. Mike pennant, Jude bell, John Gaspar and Michael hurt in from gains way. We are taking you through all the big races here at Keeneland. And we'll take a look at the races that Akwa Acton. Santa Anita here shortly as well. But that was our very own Kurt Becker with the call of the two thousand five blue grass stakes ban. Dini the first of three victories in the race for trainer Todd Pletcher, and how about this guy's Todd tied with Ben Jones. Woody Stevens LeRoy jolly in Nick Zito with three victories in the bluegrass. If he can somehow pull it off later today and pick up win number four. He'll stand alone atop that list. Michael, it's not bad company. -solutely? So we've got an intriguing race here today in the central buying Ashland. Stakes grade one big prep for of course, the Kentucky oaks but significant race in its own right? And we're going to see Jay walk champion filly Dom. Dominant to your old of last year deal. Great one winner, she was most disappointing in our return at Gulfstream. But let's let's throw that we know that she's way better than that. And you know, she gets back in the groove and back for good form. You know, she has to be very live in here. However, it's not a walkover binding means I think restless rider will really challenge or here. Restless rider last year won the also by days as she's training, very sharply. For return looks like she fires well fresh. She is you know, we know she's proven over the track and the distance. So she's going to take a lot of beating in our own, right? And I know Kenny mcpeek is high on her, and then I give it a closer shot here today, especially if Jay walk in restless, right or hookup and have a contentious speed, and that's chocolate kisses. For markazi. She closed well to win the honeybee. I know she's training. Well, she looks good and her style. Is that of affiliate who come running late? But I'd have to give the edge this time to restless rider, and maybe walk Cam improve off Jerez in Florida and can step forward and use this race to get right? For the Kentucky oaks first Friday in may. Yeah. Love the fact he pointed out she won the Elsa by these here at Keeneland last year, so horse. For course, angle certainly applies to restless writer who is the top pick of Michael Hernan. Today's grade one Ashland Johnny for you, which three year old filly takes us one. There's a couple. There's two undefeated Phillies in here. One of them is feedback trained by Chad Brown. Chats always been high on this Philly. He's been extremely high honors matter back and the other one is is affiliate by the name bells. The one who Neo pets trains this when she's talking about versatile hor she's one on the synthetic. She's one on turf, she's one on she's one here on the dirt going six furlongs. She's wanted six furlongs also one going to mile pretty interesting. Mix of horses. So to speak. I think Michael touched on obviously jaywalk is probably going to be failure horse to beat. And Scott, you know, she has speed in may control the race. I wanna give it.

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"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Game the studio Elliott Marty Jones begun giving credit. It wasn't even a question that takes off the words, and I know for fact, there were some name writers, you know, one very well known. Rider who probably affected the running of the Belmont when he wrote against him. But I I think there was some conversation between that writer and John service at that rider. Jerry belly wanted to ride smarty Jones, not I think some conversations of place, and you gotta give John granted stuck with. To you know. And I just thought that the only mistake maybe pending in may, you know, staying up here in the wintertime when that horse shit, you know, I know I got family of here. But it's not alone time. I'd have to be going. I'm going to Florida for this winter, you know, and and try to maintain connection with the worst down there because you're right down there. And maybe it would've turned out different. But you know, I've made mistakes that route my career were I was very comfortable. My my comfort zone was keystone, Philadelphia, park and parts and never left when I had opportunity to ride for different trainers. I wrote orders for LeRoy jolly, I wrote orange his rank white league browley Juergens and at virginity at one eighty nine yards and my comfort zone and were of several other reasons was stay in that t- stone Philadelphia park. And maybe Frankie decided I'm gonna stay where I'm most comfortable, and I've had the most experience of success. But I think Frankie maybe could feel the deal. He says. Says I'm going to Florida for the winter. I mean, what are you going to miss days like this on horses in the morning? What are you going to miss, you know, days cancelation, and maybe a bunch of winners, but you'll take and you'll you'll you'll maintain probably contact with Maximus mischief and stay on. And you know what? You'll also advertise yourself. Well, if you just had moderate success when you go to Florida at this time of year, even with all the heavy has down there. If you have moderate success, nobody expecting you like the world on fire have maters excess winsome raises put your name out there. Probably wind up having contact with other known trainers. You know, it would have done his his business. Good. I don't know. What influencing just to stay up here. Whether is agent Bobby Marquel? Didn't wanna let him go. Or you know, he could have maintained contact with Bobby. When it came back. But he also could go into Florida and gotten a Florida Jin. I'm sure somebody taking that's well known down. There. Frankie should have gone to Florida. That's my take on it. But as a my take on it is those owner should stop waiting. It's a very it's very difficult. Scenario. We we bring up Jeremy rose Johnny Rotem that day in the in the rebel. And then rose was back. He then wrote on the rest of his career. And you know, I I know there's people that. That will say. Rose may have made a mistake in the derby in going as close down inside is he did, you know, which might not have been the best part of of the racetrack. And that you know that Alex kind of bogged down late in that race. You know, obviously, there's people that are going to continue to critique Stuey regarding smarty Jones in the Belmont, the other horse that comes to mind who did. Stick with with a writer through the season lawyer run, and and John Mckee. Bob Holtus until until lawyer, Ron. Moved to the Pletcher and then at that point Mckee Makita ride from that point. But Bob old. This was was undeterred the he was writing John Mckee, no matter what on on lawyer, Ron I remember that was also a, you know, a quote unquote regional writer that and didn't we have we had this with? We had this with the good Philly withstand with Stanley gold with. Oh my gosh. With awesome. Feather. Who was the writer down there? The from Florida that. You know, everybody was trying to buzz around to get him knocked off had Stanley wouldn't wouldn't hear of it? Yeah. You know, you gotta get people. Greg it when they do stick with the right?.

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"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Game the studio elliott marty jones begun giving credit it wasn't even a question that takes off the words and i know for fact there were some name writers you know one very well known rider who probably affected the running of the belmont when he wrote against him but i i think there was some conversation between that writer and john service at that rider jerry belly wanted to ride smarty jones not i think some conversations of place and you gotta give john granted stuck with to you know and i just thought that the only mistake maybe pending in may you know staying up here in the wintertime when that horse shit you know i know i got family of here but it's not alone time i'd have to be going i'm going to florida for this winter you know and and try to maintain connection with the worst down there because you're right down there and maybe it would've turned out different but you know i've made mistakes that route my career were i was very comfortable my my comfort zone was keystone philadelphia park and parts and never left when i had opportunity to ride for different trainers i wrote orders for leroy jolly i wrote orange his rank white league browley juergens and at virginity at one eighty nine yards and my comfort zone and were of several other reasons was stay in that t- stone philadelphia park and maybe frankie decided i'm gonna stay where i'm most comfortable and i've had the most experience of success but i think frankie maybe could feel the deal he says says i'm going to florida for the winter i mean what are you going to miss days like this on horses in the morning what are you going to miss you know days cancelation and maybe a bunch of winners but you'll take and you'll you'll you'll maintain probably contact with maximus mischief and stay on and you know what you'll also advertise yourself well if you just had moderate success when you go to florida at this time of year even with all the heavy has down there if you have moderate success nobody expecting you like the world on fire have maters excess winsome raises put your name out there probably wind up having contact with other known trainers you know it would have done his his business good i don't know what influencing just to stay up here whether is agent bobby marquel didn't wanna let him go or you know he could have maintained contact with bobby when it came back but he also could go into florida and gotten a florida jin i'm sure somebody taking that's well known down there frankie should have gone to florida that's my take on it but as a my take on it is those owner should stop waiting it's a very it's very difficult scenario we we bring up jeremy rose johnny rotem that day in the in the rebel and then rose was back he then wrote on the rest of his career and you know i i know there's people that that will say rose may have made a mistake in the derby in going as close down inside is he did you know which might not have been the best part of of the racetrack and that you know that alex kind of bogged down late in that race you know obviously there's people that are going to continue to critique stuey regarding smarty jones in the belmont.

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"leroy jolly" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"leroy jolly" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Wide. Dream that. I'm i'm. Winning all our weeping and driving. I feel much going time ago. It's a part of that. No doubt. Talking about your strengths you U2.. Obviously used those strengths to fit perfectly with affirmed analogy are Steve with your great judge of pace you're able to use his speed to your advantage and put him where you needed George with your ability to come off from the pace with Alydar. And let's start not conversation. Now. Steve you connected with affirmed prior to the hopeful George connected with Dr prior to the champagne, so Steve tell us how you got them out. You know, it's just one of those things I was in the right place at the right time. I was I had just started ridden a few horses for lesbian area. When I first got back from my injury. I I was out like for the month of may thinker in discount back to Belmont. And wrote it in one of the first orces, I wrote the first story I wrote back was worse called little miracle who happened to be a half brother affirm by some. I'd never heard some style in, you know, I don't even know who bred him. I don't think Mr. Wilson Brady was before he may be got the mayor. I don't know, but less Somalia Orson, I one on him. And and so anyway, eventually not too long after that we moved up to Sarah toga and angel ridden affirmed and so a couple of times and lupita ridden him out in California and one on him. And we got the Saratoga and the Sanford stakes. He asked angel if he would ride him an angel had found some worse called tilt up that LeRoy jolly had that was really fast..

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