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"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:06 min | 7 months ago

"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Go to bright side tax relief dot com now now more ferrall on the bench here on sports overnight america. If they're not happy here they can leave. So anyway we're talking to felix was good having feelings on. I always appreciate felix carbohydrate. I have to ask you. I mean at the very least like i'm trying to be you know it's easy for me to sound crazy or something. I don't i just but like i'm not from the like i'm not his friend or anything i'm not on. I'm not anyone side. i'm not you know on the inner circle of any of this. I'm not you know. I've been to the derby. The preakness the valmont you know. Fifty times the three of them combined. I i've been there a million times. I've been to the breeders cup. I've been to the everywhere you know. I've been everywhere arlington to santa anita. Hollywood park i've been to gulfstream. I've been to every rate act with duck. I've been to every racetrack in the country. Fifty times over. I love the. I love horse racing. I'm cool with it and everything you know. I've talked about this on the show for years. You've not made for years and we've always had this conversation. Even with the silva baffert that he's that he cheats. And everyone's success were crazy and people say oh. He's the greatest thing ever. I mean i can't get past. I personally can't get past five horses this year just this year. I mean it's we're in. We're in the fifth month of the year. It's the fifth month. We're not even we're in the second quarter and he's already had five. Horses drugged failed drug tests. I mean is there not a point where you just say like what's the problem here. What are we got going on here. And then this horse. And i don't care what anybody says felix or otherwise. No disrespect to anybody but like no do. Did we. not one person on the face of the earth dot in that race named one person had medina spirit. No honestly not one. Then horse ran like at a firecracker keister okay so people say oh at the drug is illegal. Well if it isn't illegal how come it's illegal and and then the drugs not illegal as unless you don't do too much of it does that even make sense. That's like saying. I swear to god dad. I only smoked one joint and that was the night that cop pulled me over. I couldn't believe the first time i ever let a joint in my mouth. I pulled over by the popo. I just don't believe it like it's either illegal or it isn't now i said all right fair enough. The guy deserves his due process. Fair enough but They should drug doors. And i know people say that. That's not the way it works. Well it should work that way. You should drug them before they drug the fighters before the fight. They drug test them before the fight to see if they're high and then why not horses. Why did they do it after. Why are all these people allowed near the horse right in the stables and everything else now. There's all these stories of like guys that work in the stables going to the bathroom in the hey and horse hey like are you kidding me. What's next the dog. Is you believe you know. What's next horse filet mignon and spaghetti bowl and as the night before the race and it was in his. It was in his rigor. Tony i mean i this the stories that have come out of this so ridiculous that i can keep up with it anymore. Do you believe for one minute that this isn't reality like you know. No i'm i'm done like felix. I i respect everything felix said fair enough as nice as possible when i say this. He said what he said. I let him say whatever he said. I'm cool with whatever he said. I understand his side of it is feelings about it and it disgusts him. And everything else fair enough. I respect all of that. But let's leave that off now that we're done with that. Let's get your opinion of what you think of this guy and do you believe that he drugs horses and sheets a d- believe he's in big trouble. Mister yes i believe that. He's in big trouble. Mister i don't believe any of this nonsense. I really don't think that somebody Took a winning a bathroom in the stall in the horse's stall or and so rent from class oh let's try to get the chain of custody here all right for how the source tested positive. It went from a human into the. Hey hey into horse. Though i mean honestly what are we doing here. This is this is like this is like a columbo episode from the early eighties. You know nobody wins at the end. This is one of the most ridiculous things i've ever seen in my life led to the pharmacy and i dug it over the counter. Cold medication and i ended up with two hundred sees it rides in my job. August is great. That was actually an interview that we did with the horse after the race that was actually a medina spirit after winning the kentucky derby. That was him right. They're talking about going all night long so now the signed me. How about the horse horse says no idea what's going on the horse just eating carrots and hey ears and long on mount that also was the horse that has changed dramatically from after the derby to now. I think it was mostly the trip to baltimore is. What's mr but no cigar. You see you could tell. That horse sounds than it did. In louisville it a sounds different. I mean obviously. He's been injected with something down his pants pants chance. That was the guy that was in the stall taking a leak in the. Hey we got hit footage him as well. And it's very important that we keep track of all the culprits. Here very dangerous stuff all right kara. Hi i can't talk about this horse on.

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"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I will remind you of that top of every hour. All right, so we move into our number three. Actually, there was a part of that discussion. Ariel want he showed up in a great way like he always does. There was a part of that discussion at the very end when we were talking about Connor McGregor. And the reason he brought this up. He and Daniel Cormier a had a really interesting discussion the other day about brand size and which brand is more powerful and then aerial reset that at the very end of our conversation and said, there is a question to be posed. Who's got the better back the better brand or the bigger brand? His economy aggregor or is it the UFC itself? And he mentioned as an example, that of Connor were to be walking down the street, saying Brussels and you were to stop somebody or Not if you were to walk down the street. But if you were to stop some random person in the street and say economy, Gregor reaction What is your association? What's the brand association? Somebody might know Economy Gregor, but not know the UFC. And Ariel made that point. And then on the way out the door When I was thanking him, he asked me. What do you think, Jim? And honestly, I did not hear the question as we went to break. The extra 40. I said, Did you hear Ariel posed that question to you? And I said, No, I did not. I was talking Just one of those audio of things. We've got weird audio deals going on right now. Er, if I'm talking over a guest I might not here with the guest says. So I think that's really interesting. Because we've actually in other situations kind of debated that who needs whom? Or this? Connor need the UFC mohr than the UFC needs, Connor Or is it the other way around? Remember when Connor was truly Connor and Connor was the double champ, and Connor was on top of the world before Connor started to miss Step outside the cage. Nobody haunt him harder than me. Especially in the mainstream media. I just I simply could not get enough of this guy couldn't get enough of the guy couldn't get enough of his story could not get enough of his rap. I mean, I was mesmerized by everything about this guy. And especially from that moment when Josiah Aldo came running across the cage and Conner knocked him the hell out. In eight seconds when Josie had not lost in a decade. At that point, if you had said to me who has the bigger brand, you know when he was at the peak of his powers. When Connor McGregor was at the peak of his powers, I think we would have had a legitimate debate. To say right now. Connor stole a big, big deal a really big deal. In that sport, but is not bigger than the promotion. He's not bigger than the company's not bigger than the UFC. If Connor word it never fight ever again in the UFC. They'd be just fine. Trust me. Right now. I think that he does need them. Maybe. He needs them more than they need him. But he may not need them per se. It depends how quickly he's running through his money. But no, I would say that the UFC absolutely is still bigger as a brand. Then Connor I don't know that if you were to Baikonur He would sell for $4 billion Rama Connery's and then Conner got in with Habib. And he wrestled Grappled. And then got his ass kicked. That'll happen when you wrestle and grapple with a guy who's never lost and who's been wrestling and grappling since he took on bears at the age of three. Connor's fears, but he's not bear. You tell me if you want to weigh in on that. Who's the bigger brand who needs whom or the USC or even I'll put it this way. Who needs whom? Or does Dana need Connor? More than Connor needs? Dana I love Connor. I want to see Connor fight hubby began. I want to see Connor fight Por yai. Ay based. We want to see Connor. I want to see Connor do what Connor did. When Connor was at the peak of his powers. I don't need to see Connor fight Manny Pacquiao. I don't need to see Connor fight exhibitions. I don't need to see Connor take a shortcut to the biggest paycheck imaginable. I want to see what the peak of his powers. I want to see him as an mm Air. With UFC to me, is obviously the bigger brand still yet Still yet. 1 806 368686. Daniel Tweets, Romy I haven't seen or heard from jail in a while, either. Sign success. That old line always makes me laugh. Always makes me laugh. Remember? Shortly after I brought Kyle Branston Colin, I went Tio Hollywood Park. Maybe Santa Anita. Hollywood Park. We went to see a race and this one, Rando yelled out literally way across the track to me. Rome Rome. What do you know? What do you know about horse racing? And I'd shouted back. Nothing, bro. Nothing. Chicago's Hey, man, What do you know about success? I look like a meth head. So that old line makes me laugh all the time. Here on the.

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"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"All right, so we move into our number three. Actually, there was a part of that discussion. Ariel want he showed up in a great way like he always does. There was a part of that discussion at the very end when we were talking about Connor McGregor. And the reason he brought this up. He and Daniel Cormier, a had a really interesting discussion the other day about brand size and which brand is more powerful and then aerial reset that at the very end of our conversation and said, there is a question to be posed. Who's got the better? The better brand or the bigger Brad is Economy aggregor, Or is it the UFC itself? And he mentioned as an example that if Connor were to be walking down the street say in Brussels And you were to stop somebody or not. If you were to walk down the street, But if you were to stop some random person in the street and say economy, Gregor reaction. What is your association? What's the brand association? Somebody might know Economy Gregor, but not know the UFC. And Ariel made that point. And then on the way out the door When I was thanking him, he asked me. What do you think, Jim? And honestly, I did not hear the question as we went to break. The extra 40. I said, Did you hear Ariel posed that question to you? And I said, No, I did not. I was talking Just one of those audio of things. We've got weird audio deals going on right now. Where if I'm talking over a guest I might not here with the guest says. So I think that's really interesting. Because we've actually in other situations kind of debated that who needs whom or Is Connor need the UFC mohr than the UFC needs, Connor Or is it the other way around? I mean, remember when Connor was truly Connor and Connor was the double champ, and Connor was on top of the world before Connor started to miss Step outside the cage. Nobody honked him harder than me. Especially in the mainstream media. I just I simply could not get enough of this guy couldn't get enough of the guy couldn't get enough of his story could not get enough of his rap. I mean, I was mesmerized by everything about this guy. And especially from that moment when Josiah Aldo came running across the cage and Conner knocked him the hell out. In eight seconds when Josie had not lost in a decade. It's out point. If you had said to me who has the bigger brand, you know when he was at the peak of his powers. When Connor McGregor was at the peak of his powers, I think we would have had a legitimate debate. I would say right now, Connor stole a big, big deal a really big deal. In that sport, but is not bigger than the promotion. He's not bigger than the company's not bigger than the UFC. If Connor word it never fight ever again in the UFC. They'd be just fine. Trust me. Right now. I think that he does need them. Maybe. He needs them more than they need him. But he may not need them, per se depends how quickly he's running through his money. But no, I would say that the UFC absolutely is still bigger as a brand. Then Connor I don't know that if you were to Baikonur He would sell for $4 billion Rama Connery's and then Conner got in with Habib. And he wrestled Grappled. And then got his ass kicked. That'll happen when you wrestle and grapple with a guy who's never lost and who's been wrestling and grappling since he took on bears at the age of three. Connor's fears, but he's not a bear. You tell me if you want to weigh in on that. Who's the bigger brand or who needs whom or the USC or even I'll put it this way. Who needs whom? Or does Dana need Connor? More than Connor needs? Dana I love Connor. I want to see Connor fight. Hubby began. I want to see Connor fight Por yai. Ay based. We want to see Connor. I want to see Connor do what Connor did. When Connor was at the peak of his powers. I don't need to see Connor fight Manny Pacquiao. I don't need to see Connor fight exhibitions. I don't need to see Connor take a shortcut to the biggest paycheck imaginable. I want to see what the peak of his powers. I want to see him as an mm Air. With the UFC to me is obviously the bigger brand still yet Still yet. 1 806 368686. Daniel Tweets, Romy I haven't seen or heard from jail in a while, either. Sign success. That old line always makes me laugh. Always makes me laugh. Remember? Shortly after I brought Kyle Branton Colin, I went Tio Hollywood Park. Maybe Santa Anita. Hollywood Park. We went to see a race and this one, Rando yelled out literally way across the track to me. Rome Rome. What do you know? What do you know about horse racing? And I'd shouted back. Nothing, bro. Nothing. Chicago's Hey, man, What do you know about success? I look like a meth head. So that old line makes me laugh all the time. Here on the 9 to 5..

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"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To Santa Anita racetrack I moved to within five minutes of Santa Anita racetrack to be closer to the action there is when I had a severe gambling problems when I was growing up my dad would take me to Santa Anita Hollywood pardon Los Alameda is what have you but it it never it never clung to me like that I just yeah well you don't have a severe gambling problems I got other vices but not that one well we'll talk about those we come back to his kid no so you know what I love to do it but I guess some cooking habits I love to go to Vegas and get a parlay card all really and bet on a bunch of games yeah and then just sit my **** down even the whole day in the evening that's what I would do the next day and he has six screens of yeah danger watch yes that will do that yes there is a video poker bar at the golden nugget where you can set you've got three or four televisions there T. withholding negative all school I don't mess around anyway let's go live to Vegas when we come back to find out how the re opening is going there I saw some pictures of non social distance tables with people and their without masks so will I check in with the reporter there when we come back Gary Indiana will continue both Kelly in for Hoffman two days at his daughter's graduation or what is a graduation these days a drive through Michael crozier has the latest the first memorial service for George Ford is currently being held in Minneapolis right now they've gone through family is RT's given their their memories of George Ford including his brother if Phyllis who said George.

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"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

10:20 min | 1 year ago

"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Hey here comes with that. Little symbol men a day. One of the most well-timed taps of a symbol in the history of music takes us back to route fines in a movie called English Pavement. Patient when he said you're playing the symbol and the lady said. Of course I am. Of course I always do idiot. You're wearing the thimble. Lebanon's six in the neighborhood so I mean I like alliteration think I think a fair amount of people in the public like alliteration just it flows like the drive-by wagering outside of Canterbury Park. Where after chatting with boss? I mean we're not you know with with six o'clock this evening. Whatever time on Monday you know for that for the the May Eighteenth Clipping penalty. Just the whole thing right. I think we have been good wise and fair to to not be like. Hey I think it seventy percent this happens. I think it's thirty percent. This happens. Then get all pissed off if we think something is seventy eighty or ninety percent when it comes to shutdown central park being open to the Avis and Stella's and Derek collies and then we get pissed off. You know what I mean and I think you know we're businesses you. You don't have that luxury because you are at the mercy and a lot of ways of what you're hearing from stay leadership whereas right you know and and we've already seen this for better or worse you know good intentions. Whatever those mean ultimately in the long game we've seen it you know politically or from state leadership across the country where you know ideas have been put forward. They don't come to fruition. There have been deadlines for testing and other things if they're not executed upon there's disappointment the concept of various deadlines passing and businesses being able to open. That doesn't happen. People get really frustrated so the difficult position in a way. We're all in a difficult position but the the awful position for business owners like Randy where I was really just feeling for him during that great conversation you had. It's a con. I mean not not because he is the man right or that is the entity that brought me to Minnesota in ninety five to be the racetrack announcer at Canterbury Park which was Canterbury downs. They went broke reopened. Kurt Randy Samson del Shannon. They Dale Shannon Saint Paul Guy. Yeah they by the track and a quarter century later we are a family. I entertainment facility. So it's not you know the this one I'm about to say is not because of how deeply rooted that place is in my life. It's half my life. It's almost half my wife from fifty four and I've called racist there twenty five years whether it's the Gypsy trail of six and a half months in the bay area living in San Francisco stopping and Grand Island Nebraska to fill in for a guy for five weeks to six weeks at Fonterra Park up to shock copy. Doo-wop do may to Labor Day here and then do that Gypsy trout for five years. Yeah Ninety which out ninety five basically to ninety eight. I did it this this this is the place that has provided nothing but goodwill and and Randy has shared nothing but goodwill with so many constituents and entities throughout a quarter century that this is not an I have. I have worked at Santa Anita. Hollywood park del Mar Bay. Meadows racecourse golden gate fields. I've worked at the biggest and the best of the best Seattle slew. Spectacular Bid affirmed Dr Through the late. Great Bill Shoemaker. One of the most famous writers in the history racing so on and so on. Okay there you know and eighty nine hundred eighty. I'm thirteen fourteen copyright. Dan Call and there weren't as many things on which to focus. Obviously in eighty so mom takes me to Santa Anita for the Santa Anita Derby there fifty five thousand people at Santa Anita Park. I mean there's a reason it was called the sport of kings and and you know attendance and stuff like that doesn't necessarily play into that. Boxing also would kind of be the same way when it comes to what boxing was and what horse racing was but see those places the the. I'M NOT SAYING. Vo Horse racing here is is not necessarily for everybody. First and foremost I. I am very comfortable same to the majority of the people who come to Canterbury Park. It is for family first festivities. It is an entertainment facility before it is a hardcore racetrack. And like I was saying Randy near the end of con- it's true. I mean Jockey Mike Smith. I mean you're familiar with Mike Smith right very much. So yeah I mean He. He's one everything started at Canterbury Windows Canterbury downs now. He's one of the most prominent writers in the history of horse racing when he comes back or the biggest trainers. The owners of horses come for stakes races and stuff. They see Minnesota at this race. Track they see eight to twenty thousand people with blankets and nor and molly and Eben Stella. Yeah and the family I feel correct that was implemented in nineteen ninety five and here year of our Lord. Twenty twenty is still the implementation moving forward at and has nothing to do with the money. That has gone into the coffers of the state over a quarter century from this racetrack. And I'm not. I'm not going home or announcer on it with the CD. W Like advanced deposit wager. Whatever were Canterbury looked to get during these difficult times? Here's the deal for one year. Can PEOPLE PLACE BETS ON? Canterbury legally from their homes. Were they'll be able to watch. Our races are races are going to be maybe on multiple channels accessible for cable. Tv G and some of those other spots. Yeah TV G. would be one another would be. Nbc Sports Network. Oh sweet okay. Nbc Sports Network is picking up certain racetracks and airing races and taking the analysis from the horse racing general called TV. So it's an option. It's a possibility. But the T to have the the W the in wagering for one spring and one summer not forever not for five years not for a quarter century. Ma'am just just one season right. You know because of the the social distancing and and I'm not you know. Circumstances involve may just global pandemic that might allow a business to operate and still connect with its fan base fight a fairness and disclaimer. Act because it is right to say I and Nuoro who enjoys Canterbury Park horse racing mostly for his family and card casino mostly for himself right. You are somebody who enjoys that. A lot of people right now couldn't care less. Yep Never Been Canterbury. Don't care about horse racing and I don't WanNa play blackjack or three card poker pile. Coal the the fight of fairness in disclaimer. Active is I do recognize appreciate respect and have remorse for those listening now. Involved businesses and entities that have shared goodwill and pump. Money into the state coffers and done so for a long time. Yeah and nine to noon honestly from the bottom of our hearts recognize. You were for the purpose of the conversation. We're talking about this racetrack. Which was set to open on Friday and draws about sixty five hundred seven thousand people a day on average? Yeah okay so that. That's the essence for the conversation. And I do feel. It's not to dismiss the many other businesses having similar conversations in different industries right now about resuming. Their own lives as well absolutely but we love. Canada fight fairness in dismissal. Act We don't. We are not verbally or mentally dismissing that rat and I'm generally and I think I'm speaking fairly for you here when when we discuss something like this. We don't feel obligated to be like Mister Mahoney at the loan or so and so wherever so and so wherever we're not thinking about you were only thinking about what we like. We think the equity of who I am and who we are. I The that people know where the hearts are. I hope they do. And they know that this is not fixed race radio where but but it in fairness a quarter century of my life of our lives of of you know five to ten years for you you know with the the money that comes to the that goes to the state and everything I mean. I think it's a very fair conversation. And the the probability with with the like we said out of the gate. Ma'am is is. We're good even though we have our personal opinions and before and or after shows we share those personal opinions couple of weeks ago concract in the purge reading a lot watching a lot of national news listening to a lot. Yeah and and I got I got at it with him from a Hashtag faith standpoint With the way I the way I look at and I calmed my producer.

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"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"But, but you know, I it's really is you know, that million dollar figure always puts you on the map bed, and we get some pretty good out here for it. And and Breeders Cup was a was the big deal. I mean, thank goodness crate for able, you know, hey, delusion. But I think it would we came out a lot better with him being rediscovered then actually they'll Mark because he made the eastern contingent. I think understand what Delmar was about. And and how how we could handle the Breeders Cup and seem to work pretty good when we had it here and coming back. So it'd be looking forward to it that was one of the most outstanding breeders cups. Of all time. I thought something that I waited for for many many years to have Breeders Cup at del. Mar. That was that was just awesome. Yeah. You know, well, the plant when we built redid this plant rebuilt the whole track and early nineties that was always kind of in the back of our minds was, you know, let's build this place where where the high end, can, you know, utilize it on those kind of days, and and so it lend itself to Breeders Cup with. We purposely kept the crowd down, you know, to under forty thousand just so people would be able to move around easier and do that, but we had so many high end spots that the price points were certainly the made it the most successful financial Cup ever. So that was they like that we like that and everybody discovered San Diego del mar. So I think look forward to coming back. Joe you touched on the early days in being around the cinema. Folks. Did we were you always thinking? That at one point in your life. You were going to be involved in racing in some capacity or was there a time when you said, you know, what maybe I want to do something a little bit different. Well, I think yeah. I think those early days. You know, being on the set and everything, and I thought, gee, this acting thing might be kind of fun. My first real job other than than chaining out stalls at the family ranch was was delivering the mail them Jim studios, which which opened my eyes to a lot of business hit. No. But I think that you know, we always had horses. My mom read them race them. She was the first female president of the breeders association, and she was dynamic person in the sport. And I think, you know, seeing her and and the the fund she had and and I kinda got me toward it. I was always out at the track as a kid, and I remember is a little boy sitting her outside the stable gate at Hollywood park. Now, we didn't go in right away. I said why don't we go in because the sun isn't up yet. And they wouldn't let women in the backstretch until the sun came up. Yeah. Yeah. Good old days, right? So I mean, if things like that that just you know, what she went through, and how she did it, and she was such a great role model for me and about figured, you know, if she can have this much fun and enjoyment out of maybe ought to give it a try, then you'll burn them straight. You know, cameraman producer of many TV shows involving racing came along and offered me a job. And and I said, oh, okay. So that kind of got me working town to. During the nineteen sixty sixty seven racing season was the first year that I actually had a job at racetrack. And it was fun. It was you know, Santa Anita Hollywood and del mar. And that's that was a circuit. We were on is camera guy. And you know, I was hooked..

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"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"But, but you know, I it's really is you know, that million dollar figure always puts you on the map bed, and we get some pretty good out here for it. And and Breeders Cup was a was the big deal. I mean, thank goodness crate for able, you know, hey, delusion. But I think it would we came out a lot better with him being rediscovered then actually they'll Mark because he made the eastern contingent. I think understand what Delmar was about. And and how how we could handle the Breeders Cup and seem to work pretty good when we had it here and coming back. So it'd be looking forward to it that was one of the most outstanding breeders cups. Of all time. I thought something that I waited for for many many years to have Breeders Cup at del. Mar. That was that was just awesome. Yeah. You know, well, the plant when we built redid this plant rebuilt the whole track and early nineties that was always kind of in the back of our minds was, you know, let's build this place where where the high end, can, you know, utilize it on those kind of days, and and so it lend itself to Breeders Cup with. We purposely kept the crowd down, you know, to under forty thousand just so people would be able to move around easier and do that, but we had so many high end spots that the price points were certainly the made it the most successful financial Cup ever. So that was they like that we like that and everybody discovered San Diego del mar. So I think look forward to coming back. Joe you touched on the early days in being around the cinema. Folks. Did we were you always thinking? That at one point in your life. You were going to be involved in racing in some capacity or was there a time when you said, you know, what maybe I want to do something a little bit different. Well, I think yeah. I think those early days. You know, being on the set and everything, and I thought, gee, this acting thing might be kind of fun. My first real job other than than chaining out stalls at the family ranch was was delivering the mail them Jim studios, which which opened my eyes to a lot of business hit. No. But I think that you know, we always had horses. My mom read them race them. She was the first female president of the breeders association, and she was dynamic person in the sport. And I think, you know, seeing her and and the the fund she had and and I kinda got me toward it. I was always out at the track as a kid, and I remember is a little boy sitting her outside the stable gate at Hollywood park. Now, we didn't go in right away. I said why don't we go in because the sun isn't up yet. And they wouldn't let women in the backstretch until the sun came up. Yeah. Yeah. Good old days, right? So I mean, if things like that that just you know, what she went through, and how she did it, and she was such a great role model for me and about figured, you know, if she can have this much fun and enjoyment out of maybe ought to give it a try, then you'll burn them straight. You know, cameraman producer of many TV shows involving racing came along and offered me a job. And and I said, oh, okay. So that kind of got me working town to. During the nineteen sixty sixty seven racing season was the first year that I actually had a job at racetrack. And it was fun. It was you know, Santa Anita Hollywood and del mar. And that's that was a circuit. We were on is camera guy. And you know, I was hooked..

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"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"But, but you know, I it it certainly is you know, that million dollar figure always puts you on the map bed, and we get some pretty good horses out here for it. And and Breeders Cup was a was the big deal. I mean. Thank goodness cradle. You know? Hey losing. But I think we we came out a lot better with him being readers kept. And then actually a Bill Maher because he made the eastern contingent. I think understand what Bill Maher was about. And and how how we could handle a Breeders Cup and seem to work pretty good when we had it here and coming back. So it'd be looking forward to it. That was one of the most outstanding breeders cups of all time. I thought something that I waited for for many many years to have Breeders Cup at del. Mar. That was that was just awesome. Yeah. I, you know, well, the plant when we built a redid this plant rebuilt the whole track and early nineties that was always kind of in the back of our minds was, you know, let's build this place where we are the high end, can, you know, utilize it on those kind of days in and so it lend itself to Breeders Cup with then we purposely kept the crowd down, you know, to under forty thousand just so people would be able to move around easier and do that, but we had so many high end spots that the price points were certainly the made it the most successful financial Drake's Cup ever. So that was they like that we like that him and everybody discovered San Diego del mar. So I think look forward to coming back. Joe you touched on the early days in being around the cinema. Folks. Did we were you always thinking? That at one point in your life. You were going to be involved in racing in some capacity or was there a time when you said, you know, what maybe I want to do something a little bit different. Well, I think yeah. I think those early days, and, you know, being on the set and everything I thought, gee, this acting thing might be kind of fun. My first real job other than than cleaning out stalls at the family ranch was was delivering the mail them Jim studios, which which opened my eyes to a lot of the businesses. I hit. No. But I think that you know, we always had horses. My mom read them race them. She was the first female, president of the breeders association. She was a dynamic person in the sport. And I think, you know, seeing her and and the fun she had and and I kinda got me toward it. I was always out at the track as a kid, and I remember as a little boy sitting with her outside the stable gate at Hollywood park. Now, we didn't go in right away. I said. Why don't we go? She's a because the sun isn't up yet. And they wouldn't let women in the backstretch until the sun came up. Yeah. Yeah. It was the good old days. Right. So I mean, if things like that that just you know, what she went through, and how she did it, and she was such a great role model for me and about I figured, you know, if she can have this much fun and enjoyment out of it. Maybe ought to give it a try. And then Jill Burnham, great. You know, cameraman producer of many TV shows involving racing came along and offered me a job. And and I said, oh, okay. So that kind of got me working at Nieta during the nineteen sixty six sixty seven racing season was the first year that I actually had a job at a race track. And it was fun. It was you know, Santa Anita Hollywood and del mar. And that's that was a circuit. We were on is camera guy. And you know, I was hooked..

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"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"santa anita hollywood" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"But, but you know, I it it certainly is you know, that million dollar figure always puts you on the map bed, and we get some pretty good orces out here for it. And and Breeders Cup was a was the big deal. I mean. Thank goodness crate for able you know, hey, losing. But I think we we came out a lot better with him being readers kept. And then actually Bill Maher because he made the eastern contingent. I think understand what Bill Maher was about. And and how how we could handle the Breeders Cup and seem to work pretty good when we had it here and coming back. So it'd be looking forward to it. That was one of the most outstanding breeders cups of all time. I thought something that I waited for for many many years to have Breeders Cup at del. Mar. That was that was just awesome. Yeah. I, you know, well, the plant when we built a redid this plant rebuilt the whole track and early nineties that was always kind of in the back of our minds was, you know, let's build this place where we are the high end, can, you know, utilize it on those kind of days in and so it lend itself to Breeders Cup with then we purposely kept the crowd down, you know, to under forty thousand just so people would be able to move around easier and do that, but we had so many high end spots that the price points were certainly the made it the most successful financial Drake's Cup ever. So that was they like that we like him and everybody discovered San Diego del mar. So I think look forward to coming back. Joe you touched on the early days in being around the cinema. Folks. Did we were you always thinking? That at one point in your life. You were going to be involved in racing in some capacity or was there a time when you said, you know, what maybe I want to do something a little bit different. Well, I think yeah. I think those early days hanging out being on the set and everything, and I thought, gee, this acting thing might be kind of fun. My first real job other than than cleaning out stalls at the family ranch was was delivering the mail them Jim studios, which which opened my eyes to a lot of the businesses. I hit. No. But I think that you know, we always had horses. My mom read them race them. She was the first female, president of the breeders association. She was dynamic person in the sport. And I think, you know, seeing her and and the fund she had and and I kinda got me toward it. I was always out at the track it as a kid, and I remember as a little boy sitting with her outside the stable gate at Hollywood park. Now, we didn't go in right away. I said. Why don't we go? And she's a because the sun isn't up yet. And they wouldn't let women in the backstretch until the sun came up. Yeah. Yeah. It was the good old days. Right. So I mean, if things like that that just you know, what she went through. And then how she did it, and she was such a great role model for me and about I figured, you know, if she can have this much fun and enjoyment out of it. Maybe ought to give it a try and then Jill Burnham straight. You know, cameraman producer of many TV shows involving racing came along and offered me a job. And and I said, oh, okay. So that kind of not me working at San Nita during the nineteen sixty six sixty seven racing season was the first year that I actually had a job at a race track. And it was fun. It was you know, Santa Anita Hollywood and del mar. And that's that was a circuit. We were on is camera guy. And you know, I was hooked..

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