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"mary bowl" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Getting the horse settled and ready for the race that had had us hold and put the picture in front of the horse. Happy before the race and I thought it's unbelievable story. It's this guy that before it's got some screenwriter come up with it and Hollywood the business and so on out and say the company story so great is this. So then you run up fantastic race with the prediction of a win from Cody Dorman in Saratoga and beat the horse with the quality of Jackie's warrior who's superstar and never beat the entire target before. So it's great. I think people realize how good a horse he is as well as all those with a wonderful goal as well. So we're very much looking forward to the business club and hopefully the time you can guess get out here and see the horse as well and the plan to be there as I believe this cup for the races and team and the goal to help host them. So it's a fantastic story. It certainly is. And I really appreciate you taking time to walk through that from the beginning, Michael. That was fantastic. And if folks aren't when we talk about Cody doorman, 16 years old, since he was born with wolf, hirschhorn syndrome, which is a rare genetic disorder which affects many body parts. He experiences frequent seizures and is unable to walk or to speak, which is why, of course, he's in the wheelchair. He relies on a tablet to communicate and his father, Kelly, estimates that Cody has undergone between 40 and 50 operations, including open heart surgery. And this connection with this horse has, I mean, when you read the stories and you see that presentations that have been put together about this particular horse in this relationship with young Cody Dorman, it's so inspirational, Michael, and you just get the sense that this is something that Cody Dorman, boy, his face just lights up when he gets a chance to see this horse. Perhaps absolutely. And that's why his parents have said all along the soul animators. And maybe that's what he sees but after his visit the horses come to the races and seeing them dies is really a connection and obviously your 16 years with someone that's had a major major medical issues all along and who's been non verbal and non communicative to be able to light up like that has been just an absolute blessing for the family as well and enjoyed this slide. So well through there and we're just so lucky that that whole connection was made and to give them that opportunity to come along for the ride as well as couldn't just fantastic story, especially those couple of years at the pandemic as well and where people have had to deal with some real problems and would you just outlined we all seem to have some problems once you realize what a kid like this has come true in 16 years of his life. It's just mind boggling and so just I think we've all been uplifted by this connection they've had between the horse and the boy as well. It's been absolutely wonderful and then all the NBC and a lot of the networks are all going to pick up in the story for the greatest scope and I'm sure there will be some great stories surrounding that the British club weekend, but probably no better story than that and we obviously hope that we can come over to win. Obviously it will be tough but it will be a bad storyline if we could keep magic on. Yeah, Cody's father Kelly in an article that I was reading that was on bloodhorse described Cody is having a no equipment. And I don't think there's any doubt about that. And it seems as if Cody's wished the horse has embodied that same no equipment. I mean, you look at the win over Jackie's warrior and a horse that didn't start out winning with his first couple of races and now has persevered and turned into a top class race horse and I think there's so many parallels there. Who came up with the idea to name the full Cody's wish. Because that was our office manager and gainsborough Mary born who also along with Danny had coordinates to make a wish day as well as she was very involved at hosted the family arcane and that day. And so when the time came to name horses, she put that forward and it was a great name for that particular course from his experience with quality and the visits and she put forward and then called his wish. So we ran with that and Jackie told there gave us a thumbs up so it was all down to Mary bowl and she was the one that's demanding for us? What a story and Michael banning is the director of bloodstock for Gaddafi USA and kind enough to join me this morning and walk through that entire
"mary bowl" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"How do you achieve low fees a good investment process. It's scalable ross. Is the way if you're going to something steal away. Don't wanna have john. Mary bowl and each one different being in each of it or no we want them to go through the cheating consensus in the the best thing possible so the both from thing is fundamentally different from the way that we run in here we run not cheating on a much more collaborative framework where we really tried to train up people. We don't go off in equivocated percenting. The research team the notes that people have access to knowledge in a up to achieve the block for business model is not a direct threat to us in the different time will tell which is smuggle think about the actual operative reach developed here over the that intellectual property. That body of work is the reason why i can easily step away. Is somebody else can succeed because they can in that has a life of its own because it coats. There's a body of id in that thinking. If i'm being the latest and get some show running one hundred dollars off. So we'll see where that goes. Those of enterpreneur on is on my goodness there later. Twenties which one just a two thousand. That is a lot of hard you always and they always hard. I think resilience is perhaps the most relied upon action. You talk and this is probably why the man in the street is not interpreted by the lemon street. Laxed look good job. Everyday that paid for conscient- and when you want to maybe you all the right things. They work super hard at things. Just a workout indeed able to survive. That is very good. You and i have both been doing some work with the standard board for alternative investment. Can you take a few minutes to tell me about the reason you join and the work that we do. The i is so unique. It puts together the momma just and the arcade around the and these are people that whose relationship has some natural elegance attention the allocate this they want better at dan's lower fees the manages one support for the periods the manager see although rimouski house aware weird all the competition in in the sba provides a forum for a constructive set. Bronchitis and that's fine. One in this would want. I don't think of another industry with. Bob exists if you think about it. The car industry has own lobby people in the regulators of the sign the oil disturbing the necessary to groups that have common goals but in the medium potentially dance conflicting interests and gets them to have reconstructed dialogue and so things out funds fantastic. And then as you know the quality of the work. The quality of the suggestions in the cheerios protocols that come out of the sba is outstanding. Earning so that's an easy one is just the nation. No you're right and it's well said and it's sort of the growing ecosystem that flywheel effect that's keeps on going which to me is just amazing. It's been a real tree actually to be with you on on that board now for several years now so thank you so the Closing questions my favorite part. What is your favorite avi or activity outside of work and family. The activity for me is fitness. In general i tried to exercise with age comes the realization that the only you can lose the state and i take great pleasure of exercising cycling business-related activities that i used to tomorrow. The boss have become difficult. I look scuba diving. Them a little bit of rock. Climb unite night but bit more specialized insist but guys have come up with an initiative that because system action his so they have to all sorts of eight of them to in the to the to putting the fact with the admits. I'm to cyclist. So they always they. They're really committed. Athletes and so. The selection is a pin here. What is your most important daily abbott. It's somewhere between this idea of exercising keeping fit but also this habit of doing hide things or you know. We all want to be busy. Doing whatever we're doing it doesn't have to be worth but just tackling the difficult things head on and just not running away from. It often wants to them. They will feel a lot easier than you thought like you not the emotional cloud the to build around the things that you think. Hard to do is often a bit out of proportion. I'm taking that one on. That's for sure lleida. The biggest personal pet peeve. I think cynicism. I had a colleague who used to be always very sarcastic in his comments. Very cynical about all things to and once again appraisal time and i said to how about you might be too bad once on how citizens of leadership in achieve with sarcasm. Cynicism invested romania. But what he would she. Somehow we have a wonderful model. Did in our personal and a small amount of everything in your portfolio dr beggars. Gatien's that's a good thing. But it's not something that i think is. Productive doesn't achieve much somme go negative energy. I agree with you on that. What is your biggest investment. They've well for the this democracy trainer. It's overfishing is just look all that you know founded randomness coming out and see how this is going to be a big instructed right so overfishing to the date for setting self demo- next these studies the big question. What is your favorite book. Probably stumbling on happiness so stumbling on happiness is been bilan colonial gilbert and he's a harvard professor in stumbling on happiness stocks about the objective of life Talk level like thought node of the tree. Affordability this to be happening like so. How do you big decisions in your life of the utility function of being happy and analyzes all the plummeted biases that we all have boo'd make decisions about our lives. Basically the book is so to say that you know you so so happens really because this is making process is not very good. I guess i read this billionaires ago. And i've given to make people scenes and now that i've made that a bit of agree as to trader. I think it's all big to disney is making decisions filled with emotion and how that can really backfire is suppose. That's what the is saying. What is the biggest mistake made. And what did you learn from it. Career wise in the running the strategies that we have ron over the years the mistakes that i have made i regret have almost all of them probably be related to unwinding strategies in the drawdown. Then you say okay. What is the mistake them. Is it because you lost confidence on rounded the doubt i guess no mistake actually upstream from that where you would probably not running the risk that you should have. Because if you're running the right outraced you can stop the drawdown. I guess as a generalization but it's probably the interventions that i would have regretted and the last one what teaching from your parents most stayed with you. The expectation was always that that we would do a very good job no matter what he did that was always the expectation and there was ever any bush on this community about career or so just an expectation. But if you're doing something really tried to do a good job would say. It doesn't matter to clean the streets being that street so that it's perfectly and i guess that is what has seen me the idea that you can get satisfaction from just about anything to excellence. If you do a very good job well let This interview will jar awesome. This was terrific. Thank you so much for your time. I really really enjoyed my time. So thank you so much. Thank you all the best. I hope you enjoyed this conversation. And maybe even pique your interest to explore further cenex.
"mary bowl" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"Thanks the crew in a related article. Christopher mcquarry posted an instagram. With a shoutout to i eighty mary bowling hitting her hundredth day in that role for mission impossible. Seven the article points out that most movies are done filming in less than one hundred days. So this is a big deal. It's great to see the director call out crew members especially as the end of filming is insight. We see so many articles with people talking about the actors who are important. But the crew often doesn't get the same treatment so kudos to chris for acknowledging mary bowling and kudos to all the cast and crew for sticking with this impossible filming schedule due to the pandemic. The gray man wraps filming. We've been talking about the gray man for a while. Now this is the russo brothers. Movie with ryan gosling and chris evans based on the mark greenie novel of the same name. Well rich knight has an article that tells us that the gray man has wrapped as everything except mission. Impossible seems to be doing. This is a netflix production. As we've discussed before so far there are nine books in the gray man series and assuming the first net flicks one is a success. Netflix plans to continue making the gray man. Movies as a reference twenty five james bond movies including no time to die have been produced by ian productions based on ian fleming's twelve james bond novels and two short story collections. Following that example might be a good idea. There might be lots of gray man movies in the future. All that said the important thing is that they've wrapped the movie but have not set a release date yet. Will martin campbell. Direct another james bond movie. Wow according to an article by djamil david on cinema blend dot com casino. Royale and goldeneye director martin. Campbell was asked on a reddit ama if he considered doing another james bond movie is response was yes i would. I love the franchise and it would be with a new bond which is always interesting especially given my to bond movies had different bonds. Yeah yet pierce brosnan. And of course daniel craig. We'd love to see that campbell's current movie is the prochet which was just released through the. Us theaters this past weekend. That movie is about the world's most skilled contract killer and we have a quickfire. No spoilers podcast out on the protege already so check it out in memoriam. Alex cord were said the report. The passing of actor. Alex cord although probably best known for playing archangel on the tv show. Air wolf alex was also one of the leads in the nineteen ninety two spy movie. Cia codename alexa and mark tarlov. We also lost more tarlov in the spy world. He was a producer on the man who knew too little and dan. Niece cinematographer cameraman dan. Niece also passed this month. Niece was a prolific cameraman and cinematographer with more than one hundred and eighty credits according di di. We like to highlight that. Dan was a steady cam. Operator on the nineteen ninety. Two columbo episode titled no time to die. Wow okay that's a wrap. Follow us on facebook. Join our private facebook group. The worldwide community a spy movie fans and follow us on twitter. Youtube instagram to important. Give us suffice iranian on your favorite podcast app. Help us. thanks for listening we appreciate..
"mary bowl" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast
"Top. Riders came out here. Nate adams start border via mary. Bowl tweet everybody. Like norway i saw was riding good and they came here was like dude. I need to learn how to ride. It was pretty good. I remember i had Conversation with ila on the red blue ex-fighters author party. I believe was one of the most important Conversations off my whole career. And i'm pretty sure he doesn't even remember it because you know it was a nascar potty. Nobody by swat happens. But i was i went to. We were talking in whatever A hundred because he was super nice to me. I mean he. Everybody was but he was like really he. He saw was struggling on the course because virus are used to be like really and he was really really nice me. That's a what what you think about the presume. Riders saw my writing. I was trying to get some feedback. You know and he was straight up like we. Just don't me like you guys need to work harder. Yeah straight got. And i was like holy shit bets through you. Know for real. And that's but the on. That sounds like you would say it was. It was insane. Idea was good. Because that's what i really was looking for a real feedback. Not some eagle stuck. You know i wanted to get real about. Yeah that's good. It was good because he changed my mind. Laud i bland like my Might california a stuff because brazil. The closes place is of the others. The california like it's cheaper and closer than europe. So i ran everything i was like. Dude he wants who wants to ride a disguise. neither one wants to. I need to practice with them. So that's that's when that was a really Up man. That is awesome. That's actually really good to hear. Because that's basically want. Everyone needs to know the work that goes into be at that level is like it's more than a full-time job..
"mary bowl" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"You want to get something from point A to point B. In this economy, Chances are real good. It's going to get there on a truck. Trucking companies have been complaining for years. About a shortage of one kind of very essential worker truckers, one of many reasons, freight costs are high, a situation exacerbated by the pandemic. But filling out that labor pool had already been getting harder last year, due in part to increase access true drug test results for truckers And this your national drug testing data base is about to enter its second year marketplaces pre Benesch or has more on that. It's hard to run a trucking company. If you can't find truckers, Mary Ball works for heading your trucking in Missouri. At one point, they had 17 truckers. Now they have nine. It's not fun at all. We really struggled to get people in here. Nationally. Speaking part of the issue is demographics. Sean Garni is VP of scope, elitist consulting. Truck drivers in general are older than the general working population, which means that there are more of them retiring and it's hard to find new drivers. You gotta be 21 to get a commercial driver's license, and by that age people have invested in other careers. Bob Costello, chief economist with the American Trucking Association, says the pandemic made things worse. You can't train is many new drivers to the industry. When you talk to truck driver training schools, they have trained 20 to 50% fewer drivers in 2020 compared to 2019. This year. On top of all of that drug tests, A federal clearing house went into effect early last January that allowed states and companies to share drug test results nationwide. So a driver who fails the test in one state can't just go drive in another. Tens of thousands of drivers have been disqualified again, Sean Garni. It's hard to deny the fact that 47,000 drivers have been identified as you notable to operate a commercial motor vehicle since the beginning the clearinghouse. Half of the violations are for marijuana, a drug that is increasingly legal or tolerated in many states, but is a controlled substance at the federal level. Here's Mary Bowl again over it, heading our shipping. She says. Some drivers are put off. We've had some that have said Yes, until they found out about having to register with the drug and alcohol clearing house and they didn't want to do that. Of course, one consequence of high demand for truckers could be better pay in New York. I'm simply been ashore for marketplace Busses in Washington, D C. Are charging for rides again. Fares had been waived since beginning back in March, Passengers got on through the back doors as a way to keep drivers safe. Collecting payments again is an indicator of how transit systems are just trying to hang on until things go back to normal or Really? Whatever the new normal is going to be. Ridership is down in every major city. As we have been telling you. Marketplaces Kristin Schwab has more now on how transit funding an investment could change. Transit ridership had been falling long before the pandemic..
"mary bowl" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You want to get something from point A to point B. In this economy, Chances are real good. It's going to get there on a truck. Trucking companies have been complaining for years. About a shortage of one kind of very essential worker Truckers, One of the many reasons freight costs are high, a situation exacerbated by the pandemic. But filling out that labor pool had already been getting harder last year, due in part to increase the access True drug test results for truckers and this year national Drug testing Data base is about to enter its second year. Marketplaces prevent ashore has more on that. It's hard to run a trucking company. If you can't find truckers, Mary Ball works for heading her trucking in Missouri. At one point, they had 17 truckers. Now they have nine it not fun at all. We really struggled to get people in here. Nationally. Speaking part of the issue is demographics. Sean Garni is VP of scope. Elitist consulting truck drivers in general are older than the general working population, which means that There are more of them retiring and it's hard to find new drivers. You gotta be 21 to get a commercial driver's license, and by that age people have invested in other careers. Bob Costello, chief economist with the American Trucking Association, says the pandemic made things worse. You can't train is many new drivers to the industry. When you talk to truck driver training schools, they have trained 20 to 50% fewer drivers in 2020 compared to 2019. And this year on top of all of that drug tests, A federal clearing house went into effect early last January that allowed states and companies to share drug test results nationwide. So a driver who fails the test in one state can't just go drive in another. Tens of thousands of drivers have been disqualified again, Sean Garni. It's hard to deny the fact that 47,000 drivers have been identified as you notable to operate a commercial motor vehicle since the beginning the clearinghouse. Half of the violations are from marijuana, a drug that is increasingly legal or tolerated in many states, but is a controlled substance at the federal level. Here's Mary Bowl again over it, heading our shipping. She says. Some drivers are put off. We've had some that have said Yes, until they found out about having to register with the juggernaut called Clearing House, and they didn't want to do that. Of course, one consequence of high demand for truckers could be better pay in New York I'm simply vanish or for marketplace Busses in Washington, D C. Are charging for rides again. Fares had been waived since beginning back in March, Passengers got on through the back doors as a way to keep drivers safe. Collecting payments again is an indicator of how transit systems are just trying to hang on until things go back to normal or Really? Whatever the new normal is going to be. Ridership is down in every major city. As we have been telling you. Marketplaces Kristin Schwab has more now on how transit funding an investment could change. Transit ridership had been falling long before the pandemic..