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"mark hubble" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:07 min | 6 months ago

"mark hubble" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"And that's I've learned a lot about that with him. Why do you think you've been able to get off to such a fast start here, Daniel? 'cause I started under Mark and I knew pretty much most of the horses in that. And I knew where to put him and knew their attitudes and new what they wanted to do so that really kind of helped me out. Now I'm starting to get my babies going. And I got a couple of claimers. I'm running right now, and they're being running pretty good too. So I think that's a fantastic point that you bring up. You take over as the private trainer for Katie rich. Now you're the guy calling the shots and you've been around those horses with Mark Hubble. So you get a sense, as you mentioned, you get a sense of what those horses are all about, what level they belong at, and all those kinds of things that a trainer has to do. But now it's kind of like level two, right? Now you have to prove that, okay, I can determine the right level for these youngsters. And I'm the one who can make the correct calls going forward. Talk about the difference in that approach now that you have to make. I mean, it is really a big step. I mean, everybody thinks, you know, all your assistant and this and that and you think you can just go out here and pick a spot for these horses, but it's not, it's a lot more than that. People don't realize that until you get your name on the trainer's title, but it is. I mean, if the horse wants to go long and you keep running the horse short, she's not going to perform. It's not going to, it's not going to perform for you. It's not going to, you know, if it's not, you know, it's not really going to, you know, I don't know. The word I'm trying to find is he's not going to get there for you. That's what I'm, you know. And if a horse needs to run on turf and it's a dirt horse, you're running on dirt. Even though it might take you a couple of times being running the horse a couple of times to figure it out. And so you know the horse needs to run on turf than you do. Or usually you just know by the breeding. After a couple works, you'll know if the horse is turf for short distance, sprinter or whatever, so. Yeah, yeah, and then you just hope you're right. Yeah, and then you hope you're right, yeah, and it's not, then, you know, you're scratching your head and your figure something else out. Right, right. Well, that's the beauty of being a horse trainer. And you can make a call. You might not always be right. Nobody is right, 100% of the time. So if you're wrong, you can always pull back and regroup and go a different direction and see if that works out, right? Uh huh. Yeah, yeah, you can. That's the one thing. There's so many different things you could do with these horses and run them anywhere. Right now in the summer you got all these tracks. So even if you don't have a Churchill or a human horse, you could take them to Indiana or Ellis or Hawthorne or, you know, they used to have Arlington or you know, if it's real bad, you could take them to mountaineer, you know? You got to figure out your spots where your horses need to run and put them where they belong, you know? So many trainers when they've come on the show over the years, Daniel described themselves as being a coach in the horses are their players. So they're the ones teaching them how to play the game and hopefully they're a good enough coach and the horse has enough talent. They can excel at a high level. Now you're at a point where you're starting to kind of work with your own players, not Mark Hubble's players who he worked with for many years. They're your players. These two year olds are your players. So when you sit down and you start looking at them, what are some of the key elements that you're hoping to see to let you know that they can be successful? Just their mindset their attitude and how they do on the track and how they train and how they are back at the barn. Just if they have a lot of class or if they're really kind of mentally not there, you know, just not really ready to go to the track and not really, you know, happy going out there like I have affiliate that comes back and she eats and lays down and lays down to it afternoon feeding and then when we come back and ask me if she gets back up, we walk her feet her and then she's fine and I come back at 6 some nights and she's laying right back down and that's the time and she trains really good. She ran at Churchill on the 5th her name is American apple really high on her, but she's she seems like she's got a lot of class and she's one that I really, really love. You know, Kevin McCarthy was on this show last week and he told the story about being around American pharaoh and pharaoh was the same way. He would go out and he would train, and he would train really well, and then he would come back and he would go to sleep. And he would take a nap, and then the next day he would, and then when they brought him over for the races, obviously we know how good he was in the afternoons. But pharaoh sounds like he or she sounds like she's a little similar to what we saw with American pharaoh. Yeah, she is she trains really good. I had a corral has been coming out and breathing her and he loves her..

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"mark hubble" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:03 min | 6 months ago

"mark hubble" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Course, podcast on major podcast platforms all over the world each and every week and really appreciate everybody tuning in. However, you're listening to trainer talk here on this Wednesday afternoon or maybe even a bit later listening on the podcast. Well, throughout the history of thoroughbred racing, there have been some incredibly successful partnerships among trainers who have taken private jobs for owners in the business and names like suge mcgahey and the FIPS family immediately come to mind. Neil Howard and his magical run with the Ferris family and lane then, and then you had Kira McLaughlin in the maktoum family and that relationship that worked so well for so long. Well, my guest on today's show isn't ready to count himself among those legendary pairings just yet. But he's also just getting started in September, he took over as private trainer for Katie rich farms in midway, Kentucky. He has saddled 6 winners from his first 26 starters. That's not a bad start. And at just 27 years old, the sky certainly appears to be the limit. As a matter of fact, how about this, in his first 8 months on the job, the native of Lexington, Kentucky, has made such a powerful impression that George Barnes, the president of Katie rich farms, took time to email me and had nothing but praise for their young trainer. Please join me in welcoming trainer Daniel leach to trainer talk presented by phasic tipton. Daniel appreciate the visit. Oh, I appreciate you guys calling me. Fun. You know, in his email, George made it a point to say that you've done a fantastic job and the team at Katie rich is convinced that you have a really bright future. It sounds like the perfect marriage. Oh, I mean, I love everybody out there and you know, they've given me an opportunity of a lifetime and you know stuff like this don't happen to people like me every day and when you get opportunity like this, you got to run with it and you've got to, I mean you got to make everything possible happen and if it does it's good, it's all good if not figure something else out but I just get in a really good opportunity and I love everybody over Katie rich and they're like family to me. When did you or what do you remember about the moment when you got the news that you were going to be promoted to head trainer? Well, it was kind of all in the work within probably four years, 5 years. So I started taking horses for Mark with the old trainer and I started shipping horses around for him like the Ohio to Virginia to just different little tracks that would needed to run and I'll run in for him, satellite and then bring him back and then I wanted to start doing more and more and so I got another job with ray handel down in Florida and I went down with him for a little bit and I wanted to stay with rape for a little bit longer, but they called me. They wanted me to come back and Mark was getting older and I just they wanted me to be around the barn more and help him ship and that. So I just decided to come back and it would just all going all good and you know it was you know I knew it was gonna happen but I just need to get my license so once I took the test and passed the test and actually got my license, I just figured it would be a matter of time before it happened. So you mentioned Mark and that's Mark Hubble who was the longtime trainer at Katie rich and he trained right up until last year. Is he training anything this year at all? No, he's not, he's actually retired. I think he's in he has also had the house in Colorado and breckenridge and I'm pretty sure he's out there right now. I've seen him every once in a while. He texted me after races every once in a while. He's like a father figure kind of and you know he helped me out a lot and I always loved Mark so he had some pretty good horses too for Katie rich. I think he saddled well let me see, I looked it up on echo base. It looks like 275 career winners more than $5.2 million in purses. So Mark Hubble was around some pretty good horses too. There was that one, I'm trying to think, was it your round? Was that the name of the Katie rich horse that he trained that was so good? Yeah, he had your round. He had missed Mary apples. He had misread delicious, which those are a part of the same family. Yeah, those are the better ones that he had, yeah. What things did you learn from Mark that, you know, that you're taking with you now is you're the head guy. Just a horseman, a lot of just a lot of horsemanship. Marquis, he always figured, you know, if the horse did want to do it, or just figuring out the horse and figure out what the horse liked. That's what I've learned a lot about that from Mark. How do you do that? You know, if they go, I mean, if they're going out, if they're going out and training and they're come back happy, I mean, they like it. And if they come back with their head and between their legs and they don't seem to give their refusing or if they're going on the track, spinning around and that they don't, you know, they don't like it, something's going on. You got to figure something else out, some to do something different with them. Is that something you can figure out relatively quickly? Or does it sometimes take a little time to do it? No, it's just all about the horse if it's whatever the horse likes to do. If the horse is training really good then keep on going with it, if not, then you gotta figure something else out. You know, you mentioned the name ray handled too and ray has been on this program, this trainer talk show. Tell me about working with ray and what you learned from him. Ray, he's also a really, really good horseman. And I've learned really just pick your spots with horses. He's.

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"mark hubble" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"mark hubble" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Mayor by streets and son of an include Mary she's well bred. She's great one place. I'm trying to figure out what she's still doing. Here maybe this is their last race before she goes off to study. Do you have an opinion on that? No, my opinion is she's just not like you. She's just not the same now in 2021 that she was back in 2019 and she's not even a shell of herself right now. But who knows, maybe that maybe they're giving her one last chance, maybe the, you know, she's shown enough pep in the mornings that at least they're thinking that she doesn't she's not done with it. And they'll try one more time and who knows. But it could be. It sounds like neither of us like or in this race. Who do you know? No, I like Jesse. I like to see. I think Jersey will win. I think just like stiletto boy who won the Iowa Derby. You mentioned earlier she was sold soon after it facing tipped in. She brought 300,000 a few days after she won the Iowa distaff, which at the time I thought was a lot of money, but she was at a $170,000 yearling by a tap at stud called race day. She went from she made, I guess sort of what you call a lateral move and raising from the Brad cocks far into the Steve asked me to barn. She was purchased by Katie rich farms, which is an ownership group that's been around for a while. Those see they've employed a trainer called Mark Hubble. Are you familiar with him? Sure. You know, The Rock band ill that tango have you ever heard of them? No, I know who pavement is. That's about it. Okay, yeah. I'll take it was actually kind of a big deal. Label base of mine, Georgia hubbly is the drummer for the Latino and Marcus or brother. So we're kind of a rare rock and horse racing connection. So I try to slip them in whenever I can. Josie's my selection. I think that although she finished second or third, I'm sorry behind artful splatter who re opposes here, I think that she had a pretty tough go last time she tried to circle the field for wide, it didn't work out. I think it's worth noting that fergal lynch rides at an incredibly high percentage for the ask me some barn, which quite frankly might be looking for a rider for Oakland park here in the coming weeks, and I think that fergal lynch would like to consider himself on that list, so my selection is Josie, the Iowa stuff, what I think she'll put it together again and reward Katy rich with her first win for them. Okay, I like Josie as well. I think this is a good spot for bob and I agree Josie 9 to 5 on the morning line in the 38 go go tomorrow's 8th race over at Laurel. We're done with the Saturday action. We're going to take a break when we come back. We'll look at some of the Sunday stakes action. You're listening to the weekends takes preview presented by nyra betts on the horse racing radio network..

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