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Racing Postcast: Dubai World Cup 2019 Special
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Royal Ascot Postcast: Day One Tipping | Queen Anne Stakes | St James's Palace Stakes 2019
Maddy Playle is joined by Dave Orton, Graeme Rodway and Paddy Power's Niall O'Reilly for a look ahead to day one of Royal Ascot including the Queen Anne Stakes and St James's Palace Stakes. On the show: - The team review the weekend's action including Gold Mount for Ian Williams winning in style in the Grand Cup at York on Saturday, although could he be skipping the Ebor for the Melbourne Cup? - Royal Ascot is finally with us this week and the team give their best bets for each race of Day One at the Royal Meeting, starting with the Queen Anne Stakes. Can the fans' favourite filly Laurens make up for her Lockinge run? - Battaash remains favourite for the King's Stand and is hotly tipped by one of the panel, but not everyone agrees... - Phoenix Of Spain for Charles Hills is the current favourite for the St James's Palace Stakes having demolished Too Darn Hot in his seasonal reappearance at the Curragh in the Irish 2,000 Guineas. Will it be another second place for John Gosden's runner, or can he finally prove his class? All prices can be found at Paddy Power: bit.ly/2RQ6Nv0 --- Producer: @MrRobertLee45 --- Subscribe on YouTube: bit.ly/2l9x35T Website: www.racingpost.com Twitter: twitter.com/RacingPost & twitter.com/RacingPostTV Facebook: www.facebook.com/racingpost Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2vq457o SoundCloud: @racingpost
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Ep. 341 - Mindfulness: The Branding Opportunity
...know the Melbourne Cup Google, it's the biggest horse race in the strata. It's the race that stops a nation as they...
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Martin Blackman on the State of American Tennis
From the grounds of the Australian Open during the second week of the tournament, Wertheim sits down with USTA general manager of player development Martin Blackman to discuss the breakout performances and disappointing results from the American contingent in Melbourne, including the remarkable run of Danielle Collins and the impressive showing from Frances Tiafoe. Blackman talks about how he (and the USTA) define and measure success for American tennis; the new installation of Mardy Fish as U.S. Davis Cup captain and why he believed he was the right person for the job; and much more. Blackman also addresses the 2019 ITF Transition Tour—now called the ITF Pro tour—and shares details on how the USTA is dealing with the changes; what impact he thinks the changes will have, both on the rankings and U.S. tennis; and more.
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