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"mr parrish" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"You know. I think that the the people that have reached out to me when a when it finally became public what i was doing some of the things some of the texts that i got from people. I read him about four or five times and these people and wanting about people racetrack people. They may not paying lip-service tell you what they think. Yeah good and bad and and you know it's you just it's really resin. That's kind of. I think what i'm over. Just what you are what you're doing right now. calling a having me d. Able to talk about what i've done and and where i'm going and people just being really really when to to have friends like that that you've that i've made on the race track P the people in in in regular because we're not with different racetrack. We live at different life. All we think about horses but we we have. We have so many friends so many acquaintances that you make on race. Jack i think that's really More than anything other than really i. I will tell you the the owners that i've had and the relationships i've had but but but the collaboration that that mr parrish that mr mrs perish and i had on all through the years especially mineshaft would be the one thing that that will always That that i that i think about everyday talking with neil howard here on trainer talk presented by face tipped in. Neil were down to about the final four minutes of the program here and it has been just a delight to spend this time with you and can't thank you enough for the visit but i'd like to wrap up the show typically by asking trainers to let me know something about them that people might not be aware of other hobbies other things. They enjoy outside of racing. But as you talked about race trackers or different. We are committed to this sport into the horse. I i want to do it this way with you on this program today. I think we'd be remiss. If i know i certainly would be. If i didn't thank you for your service to this country. People might not realize that right out of high school you spent a couple of years in the navy right. That was a fun time mason. Good friends there too. Yeah yeah well behalf of myself and everybody at horse racing radio network thank you for your service to the country. Really appreciate you doing that. Thank you so much mike. What would it be that. Neil howard enjoys doing away from racing that i don't play golf but i'm addicted to watching it. Who's your favorite golfer. You know i tell you what this might sound like. Just kind of a funny answer. But i love watching professional athletes. How they act like derrick jeeter of the world and people like that. And and i watch i bring up highlights of top ballplayers on my phone all the time. Nobody even knows that. When i'm by myself like but i so so really. I like all the top. Not just because they're the best one but the top doesn't assault golfers. I just love to watch it. But i really go on a baseball big baseball fan the yankees fan. But i could watch highlights of derek jeter and really. My favorite player is yada emily. The catcher and i watch. I loved to watch their highlights and just the way professional athletes. You learn things too you can learn to. That's kind of what i like to do. And some that a lot of people probably don't know. Well neil listen. I can tell you that This hour has been so enjoyable. And i started the program talking about you being one of the nicest most approachable and humble people in the sport of thoroughbred racing. And i remember meeting you..
"mr parrish" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"And and mr campbell was h- unique also and is in a different way. He was a very very personal man. Him and mrs campbell too nice people. You couldn't have met. And you know. And and i had learned a lot to from mr campbell. Also like different about interacting with people. Just the business in general but mr campbell was very Very to the point You could shoot straight with them about everything you know. It was easy. It was easy sledding with him. Because like mr farris because they they wanted to know what was what did you make the right businesses It's you know in a proactive way and And they became And even even when Seeing when i changed over from a private or public stable and it was still chained from mr fairest publicly but but when i became public Is the campbell immediately. Sent me a few losses to help me out. And keep keep my my stable going And he appreciated you know mr campbell. Very much appreciated loyalty like this. The farish and So so i've been not only mr campbell in ferris but all the Submissive to that. End with mr parrish. I was I came in contact on a professional and personal basis with with with people. Like like mr. And mrs kilroy mr mrs hudson He is the list is. Just you know mr mrs mr. Mrs temple weber That the list is is so long. I can't even remember now. That all the people that i was had the pleasure of having horses in partnership with mister farris. All all result of of of the farish is Partners and and it's just you know people like that he just again. I've been so fortunate. I can't even. I can't overstate it enough. Yeah you know. Neil listening to you. Talk about those people and boy. You've mentioned some incredible names in the history of our sport. And you've had the privilege to be associated with those folks and and to hear your story into your you talk about. You know mike cline in the introduction that he made for you everybody in this business we look at you now we say neal howard yes. He's trained all these winners all these ones. He's trained a horse of the year but everybody starts somewhere. How much different is it today. Getting started as a horse trainer. Then when you broke into the profession years ago. I think it's different in in a way that It used to be a little different there if you I'm trying to think of the best way to put this a lot. Quite often. a trainer young trainer would get started when the person that he was that he worked up the ladder with would would cut back or retire and you would a lot of time and their trainer would recommend to his owners which were only a few owners at the time Relationships were different than they were less. Usually it was a single owner or a handful of owners that own their own horses. You didn't have a lot of partnerships that is obsolete it's been a great innovation. Don't get me wrong. I mean you might have horses today. That about forty fifty. People that yeah. That's that's a common occurrence now as you know. You know you look at that stuff more than i do. But i think that trains were more apt to get rolling on their own with the from. The owners would be passed down for lack if you will for lack of a better term I mean because a lot of trainers that i watched start out on their own and those days when you walk in there one the only thing that would be different it would be. The trainer will be the same equipped that kind of thing Which was good which was great but but things have changed from that a little bit. I think because of the different business models now if that makes any sense. I don't know if i'm explaining that. As good as i could sure i think that's part of it so it has gotten difficult but i also think though that if you carry yourself the right way and and work hard and show respect Usually you're gonna wind up You know that that's probably the best way way to get started. And so but it's it's a little harder in some ways but easier in other ways because nowadays there are a lot of programs out there now a lot of the like the elect wind program for one. I know there's others the arizona program. There are a lot of programs out there now like the flying stop program that are producing wonderful. Wonderful the horsemanship that you learn from these programs now is second to none. But it's still even though technology has really kind of taken over to a point. I still feel comfortable. That the hands on with the horses in the stalls and is still order the day to a point. You still have. You've got to have your your your technology skills much more than you ever had to have before you the kind of the days of the pencil and pad that i'm still using. Yeah but i think it's a little a little bit of both. I don't know if that has question good or not but yeah one one hundred percent completely understand. I'm visiting by the way with trainer. Neil howard here. On trainer talk presented by phasing. Tipton boy is he.
"mr parrish" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Giving people that otherwise couldn't get involved with the with buying young horses and and better stock and different partnerships the v. general partners in these partnerships. They have different agents that they use different trainers that they use. And sometimes you're involved sometimes. You're not but The business have been so good to me and the the mon- the bottom line is i. I'm very comfortable with the career. That i had and i wanted to keep that intact and i thought this is a good way to to accomplish two things. D do that and at the same time Still do what. I do what i wanna do. Every day And do it. You know you know for a for a for a person first off and and a trainer such a show so it really was kind of as i say i i know i said there's five times ready but it. It was a short conversation talking with trainer. Neil howard here on the horse racing radio network trainer talk presented by phasing tipton. If you are just joining us. Neil will be stepping away from his role as a full time trainer to take a job in kentucky as should mcgee. He's assistant trainer and they have been friends for a long time and he was just talking about some of the similarities with their careers. Neil you had that wonderful relationship with the parishes and they did a lot for you and a lot for your family and for your career shook had the phipps family who did an awful lot for him and for his career so even from that perspective there is wonderful. Synergy there between the two of you. Yeah very similar You're you're you're one hundred percent right. I can't add anything to that and on that note. I you know. I have I i'd like to feel like i have the the the knowledge and the background to operate the way. Shug you wants to operate which is in a very quiet and unobtrusive matter. Just go about your business Focus on what you're doing taking care of the horses and It that simple. We're going to spend a lot of time talking about your background and how you got started. We'll go back to the early days of neil howard but since we brought up that relationship with the ferris's incense will farish. his family. Meant so much to you into your family. Tell me a little bit more about how that relationship began back in the early eighties. What do you remember about the first time that you got. That phone call ran into them for the first time. Yeah well i actually. My association with mr farris was one hundred percent A result of of mike cline. Who was we'll just retired Mr fair shoes. Long long. Long time manager and who mike had been in the in bob with taking care of mr berisha's mairs when mike was managing big thing farm before mr parrish Opened up when when lanes and was just being developed And mike and i used to had had worked on the racetrack together. For mac miller and actually might even was responsible for getting me the job with macmillan which turned out to be kind of a turning point for me in the business. And that's where feel like i. I got the education of a lifetime. Not not so much with the horses but just also had to carry yourself Had it had interact with people. And cause you know mac miller. They has cliche all over the place but they they. There was a reason. They called him the gentleman trainer and because he was and everybody he approached everybody that approached him. he was just watch him around people with just it was a treat in itself and you learn a lot by that watching saying too much. That's the way you learn but anyway so But in my first job on my own. When i left Mr miller to go on my own. I had an opportunity to get started at in ohio and the ohio circuit and my and my wife's boss. Pg johnson who she was galloping horses four boys responsible for me getting that job and And after a few years. During that i wanted to kind of get wanted to go to kentucky and kind of change things around a little bit. We knew that's where we might might be a good idea that would help us. Take the next step. And i might could talk to me about coming to work at lanes end farm and that's just shortly when lane. Dan opened he told me. Mr head is visions would just on limited on on on what he's plans are and it would be. He thought it'd be a good idea to for me to come to work at the form. Which i did and i mean mike didn't pink me any any Any big pictures or tell me that. I'm sure this will happen. That will happen but It did happen. This happened and that did happen. I worked there and and there was a circumstance that occurred and a situation with up to me when bill carroll One of mr. Pharisees agreed as friends and trainer. He had horrible a terrible accident at keeneland and lost his life and So del. Julia was training cammisa. Farish in new york and Kind of a thing. That was opening there with a terrible loss of of of del. Carol and i took that.
"mr parrish" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"Really good for them. I lean looks incredible early. Good damn good. This this would have been fun to fill is fun. You beast going. That would have been super exciting. You get to do it like it feels like. They got to take out a little bit of aggression. Maybe that they always had inside them. So that's good acting like that. I think you need that or like one of those rooms. One of those rooms will go to smash everything. I think wrecking room. Yeah yeah no. I think i'm gonna keep holding stuff. The only thing scarier than lisa reynaud with a broken wine glasses her with a bow speaker in an instagram story. Am i right. What type of dance is she going to do this time. We're going to be watching this and some peacock you can yeah and has gone viral. That might actually be helpful. Or just make you a little paranoid cybersecurity. Expert share all the way. Someone can hide a camera in your airbnb and we'll never be the same again. This thing you're gonna want to look for is devices that a conveniently placed where creeper would want to look take this far alone for instance it's placed right above the bed now. One way to save a device as a camera is to shine a bright light out that if you had a camera lens is going to give a bluish reflection now. This clock is mirrored but if we shine a bright light so that we can see through the glass and see a camera to these camera lenses of very small as you can see here so they can be hidden in anything even a hole in the wall. I feel like most ambi. Airbnb would have these right like i feel like the owner wants to know what's going on within the house for veteran because then you get bedrooms bathrooms. But i wouldn't wanna say never be. That has a camera like. That's just such an invasion of privacy. I'm with you a hundred percent. That's just making me very uncomfortable for every arab airbnb. Why cannot say airbnb today. Thank you thank you. I do now. I just make sure that everything i'm doing is like a good angle. Oh my gosh you turned on always. If you found out you were being recorded you love it. You'd eat it up. Oh i would start. I'd get very performance. I'm not sure it'd be a skillet milk gang angles shore cooking. It is helpful to people who maybe would have no idea right like they have no idea that people would do this in airbnb but the other people who are watching or people who are trying to figure out where i put this tiny little this little all right next that you've seen this taco bell testing a monthly subscription service. Oh taco bell for just ten bucks a month you can get a taco lovers pass which gives subscribers a taco a day for thirty days. Is this genius or thirty dollars a month. A little overboard you guys what do you what would you want one taco a day. They want you to like go every day. And then you get like a baja blast and some cinnamon sticks. They don't think what taco bill no but that's like the meam bob last people love that from taco bell. Okay i love chicken burrito from taco sour cream is like kinda moist in hot. I just love tacos. I like to talk a little burrito. And you're drug is good but that's that that food makes you not well after absolutely magnesium kicks in the taco past comes with health insurance. I think because there's no way you're mad of it anyway. We have to take another break. But coming guy comes up with the craziest. Avoid having sex with his girlfriend but now he's mad that she's played along still welcome back. We missed you. We may not be judges but we do have years of television experience under our belt. So we've earned the right to make some rulings that's my gavel take time or let's show jiji no joe one two three one two three for nina. She didn't get doing it on your own. Then we made it. This couple started having problems after they moved in with a friend. Yes obviously this guy wasn't getting the job done in the bedroom. So he told his girlfriend she could go elsewhere. Was there something going on between you and your friend prior to the two of you moving in. No your honor honestly. I felt like maybe we could be there for each other and eventually it actually made me want her physically as well and i told him. This is not what i want. I want you to learn how to operate a woman's body during sex because one have sex it was all about him and he actually told me he would rather me go sleep with my friend. He didn't wanna do the he didn't want him to my needs. So you're telling me before you actually slip with your friend he told you to do. It was okay. Yes you do it. And you mr parrish your your honor. Yes ma'am it is and this this woman you could tell. She told the truth because she was upset. She was very upset. That was a woman who was fed up with not getting her needs. Met honey prize. The guy with that haircut and facial hair couldn't satisfy women anyway this guy. I think he's douche lord but it was not selfish of him because he did say go. Do what you need to get one hundred percents selfish of him. You're in a relationship you're married and your partner isn't satisfied. You told them to go somewhere else. Right well selfish. That's why the divorce courts happening but good for good for. Yeah we're gonna move on. Yes we're all guilty of doing some strange things when we're alone in our houses but on the people's court this woman got a little too comfortable while she was renting a room in another woman's house. Well i walk around the house nude when nobody's there when nobody's there because no one wants that. I was walking around like from the bathroom to to my room and sometimes also get my towel in my bedroom. You ever see our nude on any of that. One time i want. She had just moved in. I guess she hadn't heard us in the apartment. I walked in and she's like oh i'm naked and i thought that was a little odd because not even i am naked in my own apartment. Okay all right but make it is a lot. I mean relationship book nicot is a lot like you know like boy shores and like a little of sports bra or something i think is okay but i think also the other person has a partner and you're walking around butt naked. That's very inappropriate inappropriate. And what i mean. I agree a hundred live with a girl and her boyfriend. And i'm walking around naked. That's a lot and also it doesn't seem like they were roommates. It's like that she was basically like renting space from her. So i think that's also a different dynamic when you're renting a room from somebody you lose a lot of the naked liberal. Yes you know. That's like at that point. You just said you have no choice being like completely butt naked when you have like a package or something like things to do with your home however say i've already knocking things over with these things. I need look too cozy. I'm gonna be cozy in my house. Person yeah same. We can't nina. And i can't do like she said we're not gonna things over all the time. I don't know what.
"mr parrish" Discussed on UN News
"For millions of afghans must not be interrupted said dr amid madari the w eight show regional director for the eastern mediterranean the development comes as u n agencies repeated their commitment to stay and deliver assistance to those in need in afghanistan after the taliban secured the capital on sunday at a press conference in geneva. Un children's fund unicef said that eighteen million people in the country need aid assistance and one in three children is expected to be severely malnourished. This year his the agency's chief of filled operations and emergency mustapha. Ben massoud speaking from kabul on tuesday derek impacts office Inviting direct impact is civilian memorised. Children have seen injured in such a way that it's difficult to describe young children as young as ten month. The un cool for solidarity with the victims of haiti's catastrophic earthquake. Now a secretary general antonio guitarfish told the islanders you on that alone. According to latest reports the magnitude seven point two earthquake on the fourteenth of august killed more than two thousand people and injured around twelve thousand in the worst hit areas in the southwest of the caribbean island. Few houses still standing. Us aid coordinating office. Archer reported more than five hundred. Thousand people need emergency humanitarian assistance. It noted that two additional humanitarian convoys was scheduled to deliver assistance on wednesday including medical supplies and healthcare clean water and emergency shelter. Archer also noted that age. Trucks faced roadblocks erected by communities of unmet needs while heavy rains from tropical storm. Grace have hampered deliveries. Un secretary general antonio guitarist as letty call for u n peacekeepers to fully embrace new technology to respond to changing challenges outlining his strategy for the digital transformation of un peacekeeping. Mister gutierrez told the security council that twenty-first-century innovations were changing the nature of conflict and having an indelible impact on civilians the organizations twelve peacekeeping operations already used many digital tools in their daily work such as unmanned aerial vehicles and online platforms. That provide information about the kind of terrain that blue helmets should expect to encounter. but it's essential that this process picks up speed to improve the un's agility anticipation and responsiveness to conflicts. Mr parrish insisted on wednesday. He added that piece operations should develop clear principles on the use of digital tools and undertake human rights due diligence wherever there is potential for harm katie dartford un news. Thanks to katie dartford for the news. There are now to this week's interview which comes to us from guinea where you and health agency. Experts are on the ground supporting authorities and keeping the lid on deadly marburg virus. It's being reported in geck ado prefecture in southwest guinea and. It's the first known case. In the country and west africa to talk about the prevention measures underway. I spoke to the world health organization's representative in guinea. Dr george ki-zerbo really significant event. Jeez arising in for the first time in west africa also mother virus is rally from the same family as virus which causes a bulla. it is usually stipulating in animal populations but sometimes by accident and be passed to human populations and then from person-to-person. I close contact with body fleas blood or in setting so it is an event that he's ready serious in guinea but also in the region because of the cross border implications with liberia and sierra leone. Said what do you think to stop it. That's being one fatality. So far contactors probably. Yes the rest. I teams are working at points of entry sierra leone liberia the person at the have been equipped and trained and also the communities are being engaged because these communities are billeting there. There's a lot of mobility for people going to market. We're going to family events. So sensitized station of community so that they can take all the precautions especially avoiding attaching. Ill people avoiding also large gatherings especially for funerals which are very very dangerous events where people can come into contact with a dead body and then say the infection contact racine. He's also ongoing. We have one hundred fifty context but maybe five hundred irish which would be a monitor for twenty one days which is the maximum period of incubation. Make sure that they're not abiding writers and then quickly. George where are these contacts being monitored in their own isolated from the rest of the families and supported including food and over means of hygiene and repetitive measures. So that we can stay at for twenty one days and avoid transmitting these. That sounds very promising. Can we just talk about the potential for confusion of marburg with their below and other diseases and other infections i mean. How confident are you that it won't be spread because it's not initially easy to diagnose something like marburg is it a missile to communities really any few any lights syndrome really concert as soon as possible and be tested. I think this is a key message. Mahbubug is different from because there's no known treatment of vaccine so so we can only stop it for very very robust prevention community and talking about the community. How do you get their trust. Because you're coming in from the outside with the greatest of respect. What does it take to really involve the community in combating. Something like mullebeck is what we did was really to enroll social anthropologists but community health workers also and risk communication staff. Who are some of them are from the community. Some of them are actually speaking the same language so they can use that proximity community to engage leaders at the community level. The elders remand the young people from the community and pass. The message is in a way that can be understood and that is in line with the social cultural perception of this community. So i think this is something that has worked in recent worldwide. Demme who were able to stop fishing informers even as now another left in iowa. We've potential epidemiology link. We've never invested so really community. Engagement is a key in these outright responses talking if ebola in guinea and the new cote d'ivoire outbreak alert and not forgetting the twenty thirteen to sixteen epidemic in guinea sierra leone and liberia. Has there been any improvement in.
"mr parrish" Discussed on UN News
"The delivery of lifesaving aid and medical supplies to millions of afghans must not be cut the u. n. health agency has said citing a threefold rise in the number of trauma cases according to the world health organization. Seventy the health facilities at support across afghanistan treated nearly fourteen thousand conflict related cases. Last month that compares with only four thousand and fifty seven cases senior a year ago sustained access to humanitarian assistance including essential. Health services and medical. Supplies is a critical lifeline. For millions of afghans must not be interrupted said dr amid madari the w eight show regional director for the eastern mediterranean the development comes as u n agencies repeated their commitment to stay and deliver assistance to those in need in afghanistan after the taliban secured the capital on sunday at a press conference in geneva. Un children's fund unicef said that eighteen million people in the country need aid assistance and one in three children is expected to be severely malnourished. This year his the agency's chief of filled operations and emergency mustapha. Ben massoud speaking from kabul on tuesday derek impacts office Inviting direct impact is civilian memorised. Children have seen injured in such a way that it's difficult to describe young children as young as ten month.
"mr parrish" Discussed on Swarfcast
"Thank you very much inviting me. I hear that you are. A. Fan. That's excellent. My Dad said. Well, he's caught on. Magazines. Previously. Of course now online and I always enjoy reading his country's you have good taste. And we ever had we ever talked to Graham before now or just. An anonymous fan that. I talked to him about a month ago and I, talked to him about. Six months or nine months ago about buying screw machine from us. But how long have you been getting the blog? Well. Almost into came out because I used to read it when it was a when you had written magazine Wow we actually sent it all the way to Australia. Did, we were crazy then God. I think modern one in Australia getting it, but I used to enjoy radian and. In some ways disappointed, it went online but. A During my lunch. But. Now it's more. Yeah you're you're you're not alone people used to we would feel complimented. Would people say they read it on the toilet? Right. He did that but. The other thing about hard copies that I would pass them around the factory. And you're in the lunchroom's and other big would rate them, and this is one of the problems today with everything guidelines. You don't get that advantage. Yeah. You read it on your smartphone on the toilet just help you don't drop it in. Well something would is. So agree tell us something about yourself. I understand you've been doing this for awhile. Yeah. Well. Tell us tell us your company and then yeah. Then give us your story. What are you guys make? Right will accompany perish engineering was started by Mr Parrish in nine southern business in nineteen thirty two. And he formed the company structure that we have today in forty four. he started off his Zooey A. Attorney tune man repetition engineering. The movie up into came to Manx like index late sixties and skaters. And in nineteen sixty, eight he had. decided to sell the company, he sold it to a man who wasn't a engineer. And I got introduced in the company Norge in Sydney to to the study Mr Parrish. So he can fully retire which he did. In Sydney Five, I was sect by the new IDA. Eighty. I came back and bought him out. And so the company. Business. Since nineteen. Eighty. Until. About ten years ago with my daughter joined the company. And my business partner, who is also my brother-in-law disorder that he would like to. Just had my daughter and I in the company. So he sold out to us. Okay. Are you a job shop? He is basically a screw machine job shop we had twenty cm say lies the these dyes, the couple of voting machines. We have a lot of citizen. Saudi hints talks about knowing we've got a couple of stars where a Maurice Seeks Tagami Nakamura Index. Like I. Think that covers style. Which one's your favorite? Well I think the citizen machines or They've been bringing forest and what kind. Of that. L. Twenty S. eight, thirty, two, thirty, two couple of Eight, thirty, two's. Six, seven L. Twenties over to including to well after the show all have to ask you if you're interested in by L. Twenty. Or? Journalists slash salesman. Right. So, you you make stuff for the plumbing industry for for which which sectors used to be predominantly autumn. When I took over the company in the eighty S, we would significantly automated because such 'cause they are now. So we do somewhat. For the Ford Ranger. Shift Assembly is here in Melbourne and around the world. So we make five parts that we do pots for all sorts of industries. Forty. percent of our businesses we may. You many..
UN chief expresses solidarity for Africa as continent ‘braces’ for pandemic
"African nations. Need more than two hundred billion dollars to withstand the immediate impact cave in nineteen and to recover better. Human chief. Antonio Guitarist has announced a meeting with African Union senior representatives via video conference on Wednesday Mr Parrish repeated his call for greater help from the International Monetary Fund and others in issuing credit for developing countries debt relief countries that are unable to pay their international. Creditors must also be an important part of the response the UN secretary general said he also noted that a separate global appeal to help over one hundred million people in humanitarian emergencies had so far raised around four hundred million dollars. Such assistance was essential in Africa. As we break for the expected spread of the pandemic Mister Gutierrez said the disease was in no way of Africa's making but as with the climate crisis the African continent could end up suffering the greatest impacts explained highlighting. The urgent need for a safe and effective vaccine. Mister Gutierrez said that it may be the only way to return the world to a sense of normality
"mr parrish" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Somebody that wanted to go there and and and stay the New York trainers yes and and so it was looking for somebody to do that. You know we were unable to sort of brought up with reeve involved and so it's like like he'll go out there for me which I'm a little bit side to because they'll give me an opportunity to you know maybe send some auto out there and and go in Powell. Maybe some sources are Johnny or whoever will elsewhere got that you know it'll make it a lot easier without having somebody there instead of having a pack them up and send them out there and bring them back and all that so well and it's hard to resist you know hard to resist that condition book with the kind of the kind of money involved and I don't blame. I don't blame John Anthony this way this way he can. He can mix it up with Alex Leib long and all the other prominent oaklawn owners hope. I love the place. It's really on that helps way. You know I think that you know I'll talk to Luis Selo well laugh f August and then all of this before that and I think they're very enthusiastic about what's going on out there and prove that they're making I mean they're building hotel tail and I was asking John what the town thinks about the hotel and he said well they're mad about the hotel was that he's goals. They wanted to be bigger expansion of the Casino Hotel and with you know a couple extra weeks of of racing almost a month more racing you know. I think that I think that is the place it's really a race practice on the on the upswing you know they're not afraid to put their money into the purses and they even overnight in the states and try to Bacon on track to place to become the race. There's no doubt about it. Short leaf the the LOB lolly the current incantation of of LOB lolly and Crockett's bluffed trouble on call Blah Blah the right. Why wouldn't you but he after after he kind of laughed and came back and shortly is the is the race name you know and this is a tale of the cat cold Crockett's bluff today with forest voice at Laurel and high north who actually saw north at Oaklawn and when he was that the northern spur may be in la your art last year and then it? Let's also touch on the New York maidens on Saturday shook because really nice guard for Champagne Day and let's just touch on these because I haven't really done any of the any of the pedigree work but let's run downhill. Let me turn to my Pilaf. The PS you got yeah. The Fourth Harlem Harlem Heights burned eating philly big coun- LEGGY Philly a last throw out. Amanda Shave passed so she has this report of injury and I race was a good race. She was on the inside and got started up in the whole probably about five six cm poll and won rave for that and he had to check her out of there and then he tried another one and you know we end up being four not be you know that far. I think the race will help her but you know I think if she's going to be a good phillies going to be next year just because she's likes he's a big big league account billy but I'm looking forward to run or ground on Saturday and you know thanks for making good account yourself and then got battle boo edge in a very very tough up to your waist but opposes further phrase was pretty good race officer told them where he finished for the vita ways but L. I like this race and came out of it and he's trained well. these are some new people for me. tease would never met the the the head people from amenable Friday but Robert Landrieu's are are gathered visor and stuff. I know for good while it was the right good rider up there and he sort of asked me. I'd take some. I've got him. I'm an I've got to really Nice Billy's form at fair hill I mean they look like they're nice and I'm looking afforded Ryan. I think you run a good race and and we'll see what happens but you know like I say it's a it's a pretty salty race for a mile outrace Belmont this time of year and then. US Army warfront Cold Joe Allen's that ran really well for star Serotonin face for from was only be a little ways. was in contention to still last part of it and got a little bit of kind of runny nose situation and Sir told he was one of them so I had to kind of buy off of anybody works for being good and you know which raining I think we'll have like you'll they'll always in there on Saturday nights so a trio in the three the maiden races and you talked about the saltiness of that seventh race it includes the one point eight million dollar Larry Best Kirwin coal from the keeneland sale last year vintage print that Chad Brown has got and few other few other Nice purchases and the Nice pedigrees and you know the Shug you gotta horse like this this this Malibu Wedge Malibu out of the storm cap mayor by chiefs would this is this is going to put you on the Queen's Plate Path Areas Ontario version. I hope that guy that'd be fun. That'd be something that'd be diversity but you know I like the situation with the with the chiefs words people looking forward to meeting them on Friday. They've also got one in the house. Somebody's that Marquette's and stuff all home and so you know other they will do. They said they always do in Ontario so but I thank you know can be okay and and I'm over four to run him on Saturday. Well it it. It's fun to see you getting some getting some new yes some new owners and expanding the operation at at this stage year career two thousand wins in well. I mean it's off. You know they've got they've come back. They WANNA THEY WANNA have he'd go on and have quality mayors breed and you know I mean he's just all last September. Eleven September right team ah sold the colts and we only had one philly in Philly and Abba cold yearling and which I've got one of those around my inner today for for Sunday Call Tyler move and you know eh and he's got ten or twelve but kind of had it gives me an opportunity to look up some new stuff and you know hopefully you know like with a code of honor and you know I had a philly and still got her. I Andrews WanNA steak and Mama. The summer called Pink Sands Vander Rosen gains way and you know he's got Europe has got a he's got a nice Carlin. Philly out of first passage it's yearling and so you know it gives you a chance to look at some new stuff and you know just like with Andrea and Helen trained your mother and train Allen for for her mother's sister for long for a long time uh-huh but you know she sent me just building. Hopefully she's GonNa work out to be okay. Now I mentioned I mentioned yesterday A- and again this morning when looking forward to to talking that you you've got as as active a barn as as you have in in recent memory and some exciting things and and that was even before this decision to take code honor out to out to the Breeders Cup which only ratchets things up and you know it's funny we we we thought you were competing for three year old championship and you're reaching reaching for the brass ring going after the year now well. I mean you know obviously that's that's up in our in our remind but you know I'm not I'm chasing racist more on chasing championships but that also is on my mind you know I said if we could go out there and make a good show on at my my enhance or through euro situation and also could give us you know chance of maybe being being horse of the year and that'd be a big feather and had either one of them and you know how would they would be very satisfactory to me and Mr Parrish you said earlier. I've never won the classic again. you know these kind of opportunities just don't come up for gone with the limited stable that much so. I think that it's time Tom started taking advantage of some of these opportunities and is also doing doing right. won't take a chance because you know if on the game winning they absolutely right and you think about the thinking about your jockey club Gold Cup winners van Landingham was the Iranian was your first Breeders Cup star of any kind right yup how `bout that landing on a giant Gold Cup day I interviewed for the job how about that that's great and and then out to out to Breeders Cup and he was he was seventh that year and then you came back with easy goer in eighty nine and miners mark wanted to in in ninety-three those your other your the other cops well really excited by this and news and everything else that's going on. Get lucky with a laundry tomorrow as well and we'll look forward to talking and seeing you out at Santa Anita stable. Thanks a lot for calling it's always tremendous to get this is kind of visited and get caught up not just on his current horses but everything else that's going on and you know you you get choked to take courses for you and you gotta you gotta be excited. The chiefs would people in Ontario Gianetti Anthony who started out you think about it landing Amazon as he just just discussed also was there was there was another there was another early I should have asked that yet another early success with John Ed as well any better Joe Allen still and Andrew Rosen Phipps Janney operations that he's got a couple of for parcels okay. That was fun. I I could just sit and listen to him and he's just he's amazing. Take a break here. Come back and I guess we'll at this point. You might as well go to Gopher Tony at the top of the hour and then nick o'clock is going to visit we'll get segmented with him and talk about the Arc Sunday the ascot skit action and maybe a couple of those euros that are showing up for the shad well and then some other impressions he's been he's been stateside for the NBC telecasts. What else what else went on how about yesterday hey what seth was on we we glanced at those races and the one horse yesterday that I was interested in betting was that typical in the nightcap it and boy oh boy that was that was a tough beat at a big price sixteen scene two one and just josh missed? I ran a very good second but boy would have would have really preferred yeah would have much preferred the typical get up in that spot boy that would have been I would've been alright and the the funny thing is the race. We're going to the movies at so Titas telling me turn off your phone. Turn off your phone turned off so and I ended up turning off the phone and the race went off. I don't know ten minutes in and I thought I was going to get away with it. They were it wasn't the movie was started. They were running. They were running previews but she's a stickler for not. The phone turned off the phone. Okay all right. You're so so then went to the you know whether the bathroom after the Boob boot up the phone I see she finished the second and was beaten. The nose and I just actually maybe it's a good thing. It's a good thing. Actually I did not see it before for the movie because I I would I yeah it was good that I saw after then I pulled up the the replay. Should we have good fred very good at sixteen to one so it wasn't. I was not unhappy with the effort. Let's take a break. Tony Black is gonNA join US next. We'll talk to Tony about what went on in the Jockey Club Gold Cup and and we've discussed hurting before but you'll hear it from a professional race writer at the raises.