13 Burst results for "Sir Mark Prescott"

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"By naira betts, Bobby Newman, Dave Friedman before we get back to the stakes previews. It's time now for the blood horse news update. And a look at the top headlines from bloodhorse dot com. All right, Dave the hits just keep on coming exceptional arc heroin alpinista retired. Arc de Triomphe winner alpinista has been retired with immediate effect after sustaining a minor injury in the build up to her planned swan song in the grade one Japan cup this month trained by sir Mark Prescott for owner breeder Kirsten rousing alpinista scored 6 times at the group one level with her finest moment coming at long shot last month when winning the ark under jockey Luke Morris, Prescott said, quote, unfortunately the alpinista has suffered a slight setback and will not now be able to take her chance in the Japan cup. It's a great shame as the Japan racing association had been fantastic in making arrangements for the trip and I can't thank them enough alpinista was exercised this morning, but has now been retired to stud where she will join the great broodmare band of miss rousing as trainer William haggis said about baid at the Cartier awards last night. Now the search begins for another one and quote. At wraps up this afternoon's edition of the blood horse news update, there's one website that's the industry's go to site for racing, breeding sales and news it's blood horse dot com from breaking news to race results recent rape race replay videos leading earner list tireless stallion register and so much more you'll find it all at blood horror dot com the largest equine news site focused on owners and breeders with more than 5 million unique visitors a year. Blood horse dot com and don't forget to check out bloodhorse plus offering exclusive content, including behind the scenes videos and interviews, weekly programs showcasing the industry's upcoming races and recapping the recent stakes and much more its blood horse plus.

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

06:31 min | 4 months ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"But that just went to a completely different level at Paris longchamp. So to take you back there again, again, awful weather, it's a special moment for you. But having the love of the crowd and of your peers and other people within the industry. What does that mean to you to have so many people just loving the fact that you've trained this horse to perfection and have won the world's most prestigious race? Well, I was surprised how it affected me. I have to say that I never occurred to me that there would be such a reception for her and of course Luke, you know, a jockey who's more famed for the number of rides he has rather than the big race rides and for mister rousing, who's the sort of complete bloodstock professional and breeder, so it was, I think, all of us were very touched by it. And we clambered into a taxi and soaked a marrow. And some of the crowd applauded as the taxi drove away and I said to miss rising, it feels like the king and the queen leave in this place, you know, it was simply simply wonderful. Certainly one, you know, you can't exaggerate what a great feeling it was. I hope you gave the royal wave. I think we were too strong. The taxi driver was amazed anyway. He couldn't leave what was happening. But it was a great day. You need to work on that royal wave now for future engagements. Just a little twirl, just a little twirl at the hand. You've mentioned Luke a few times and indeed I have as well. He's been with you for 11 years, and he gave her an absolute blockbuster ride. It was a peach variety. Yes, he did. The relationship of the dynamic that you both have. Can you tell me a little bit more about that? I don't know, really. I've only tried 53 or 54 years, whichever way you look at it and I've only had three jockeys. I had George duffield for 31 years. And then said, Sanders and now Luke, so I've only ever had three jockeys. Which considering how grumpy I am is a remarkable reflection really on there. On that stamina. And I've managed to really enjoy having a stable jockey. I think it's a great advantage. You know one another he knows the horses. You know, Luke's a tremendous professional and nobody has more rides than him. He's a very good judge of the form book. He's a very astute tactician. He's fearless. I've never seen him afraid of anything. He's punctual, clean and tidy. He's very ugly and a finish, and that's the one thing I've never been able to tidy up. Yeah, he's not the most stylish. No, no, no, Canada geese trying to take off on a frozen Lake, but it's effective. It's effective. And the horses respond very well. I think, you know, it looks so untidy and you're always worried that the horse is, you know, it may be hard on them, but we do have perhaps as many sort of multiple winners as most yards and they don't do that if the jockey isn't looking after them. So it's entirely it's just entirely what it looks like. And I just can't tidy that up. But maybe that's a good thing he'd have been he'd have been in one of the very big stables by now otherwise. It's worked out beautifully for both of you. But not only though, is it highly effective. And you've explored the virtues on as well. He is an incredibly intelligent jockey. He knows where to position a horse at the right time. And to get the very best results. And I'm delighted for him, because even just listening to some of the coverage in the build up, oh, he was at Wolverhampton last night. Well, so were loads of other jockeys. What does it matter where he was riding the day before? I was very keen for him to go to Wolverhampton on Saturday night because I think it's a great thing if you're a tough professional, you don't have all that many days when your fate riding a favorite for the ark and there's nothing better than to be in your routine and busy and go ride it and they ride it really well. You make too big an event of things that often works the other way. That was good advice, very good advice. You hadn't traveled for a previous for her previous group on wins, which I was amazed, but I'd be taking every gravy train trip going. But I'm told this was a pretty eventful journey. Terrible, yes, poem is rising at harder planes for the great day and the first plane wouldn't start and then we had to go from stansted to Luton and then we got the plane and it landed and of course the customs and the police who were there to meet you. They were there to meet the first plane, but not the second, so we got more and more delay. And then Luke and I walked the course and got to the man and a half start in my very best group ones here to reign poor down. So it had all the makings of what the French call a catastroph. And I thought she wanted faster ground as well. So torrents of rain fell. And all of a sudden she won and who gave a damn. And on ground that I wouldn't have thought she would have liked either, but she absolutely sailed through it. Will there be another group one run this season? Could Japan possibly be? Well, there might be this season, but she'll be retired at the end of the season. I think mister housing, who's a breeder throwing through, can't wait to see her in the paddock outside the house. And you can imagine that, aren't you? Oh, absolutely. Created. You created your dream. You want to see it, don't you? And but she's in she's in the Japan cup. And that's still a possibility. And would you be tempted for the trip over far east yourself? Yes, because she's won me up. If

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

07:06 min | 4 months ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Delighted to say that I am joined by the legend and now arc winning trainer sir Mark Prescott. A week and a half after the big day at Paris long, so Mark, welcome to racing live on talk sport two. Thank you very much for having me. I'm very very pleased to be on. Thank you. It's great to have your company. Take me back to that afternoon and parry long sharp with The Rain absolutely pelting down, but none of that mattered. When she crossed the line, what was that feeling like? Marvelous, I have to say it was a wonderful, wonderful day. And I can't believe how much I enjoyed it. And I can't believe what a wonderful reception, the horse got it, France, and I talked back in the evening and I just couldn't believe she won so easily. And I'd also got kissed by two of the leading trainers in France, Monsieur rouge and M fab, that must be at a unique occasion. To have both of them coming up to you. Last week, that must be a unique occasion. No English training can possibly have done that. I was going to say they're not the biggest fans it was coming over there and taking their price. Clearly they were like, they couldn't have been more gracious and it was just a wonderful day, you know, and I hope everybody has a wonderful day in their lives and that was my wonderful day, marvelous. The ground for the race was awful, but she was traveling powerfully and eye catchingly well. What were you thinking at the three forlong marker given the fact that she was traveling so strongly? Well, as you pointed out, I couldn't believe that one of mine was going as well as that three prolongs from home. Never mind in the Arc de Triomphe. So it was a sort of completely unlikely scenario and I watched in stunned silence and it was just marvelous and she's won 6 group ones now in a row. She's not been beaten for two years. And it's just been a marvelous to train a fairly who's run a little bit better. Every single race of her life. She's improved a little bit. I suppose the old adage of nothing improves the horse more than winning. She's probably the best example. The stats boys will absolutely love you because it will now read some mark Prescott, two runners, one winner, 50% strike rate, follow him blindly in the arc from their ones. Your first runner was in 2001. Alpha needs to come along. Yeah. We had a lovely old horse run a few years ago and he was just there for the joy. He'd won the Magnus and he beat the second and he board, they'd had a wonderful time. But he ran a good race. And we've been lucky there, of course, as well, because Marcia won the Abe. And confidential lady won the French oak. So I've had a few Dunkirk's in France, but I've also had three or four good days. I'm going to take that line. And borrow that one to use for future efforts as well. If you don't. But how you've campaigned her has been absolutely wonderful. And there's a lovely side plot to this as well, which is that you know the family incredibly well, because you trained a wilder, you trained her dam, albanova, who's a sister to a dual champion stakes winner for you as well. Knowing the family as intimately as you do and having had success with them as well, so Mark, how does she compare to horses previous? And on that, to have a bloodline and this is one of the special things about racing is that bloodlines continue. So we're talking about a bloodline that goes all the way back to 97 and 98. I think this one the damn sister won the champion stakes for you two years in a row. Yeah. To have that continue for so many years after what does that mean to then culminate with the arc success as well? Well, mister rousing, who bred them, she's had this family 5 generations. And I've trained three generations as you rightly say. And the first one I had was 36 years ago. So it was a great day for miss rousing and for me. It was a fantastic day when you've had as long an association with a family and with an owner family horses and an owner and a stud and the stats now married managed by John ox in Ireland and we went over to look at the yearlings about four weeks ago and I think miss rousing really got me over there to get school by mister ox as to what to do as much as to look at the hearings. Did he have any sage words of advice for you? He had absolutely done, you know, the lovely man he is, but other good luck, I think that was as far as we got. But Alan royer dupre, he rang me on the Friday night. Via a friend of mine, who used to ride our amateur horses years ago called Tony esler. And Alain rang on pride in item. He asked what the mayor's requirements were and all about her and then he suggested a plan of attack on her I listened to what he said very carefully. So I'm much indebted to him. And so he's wrote Morris, of course, and so is Luke. Yeah, I was just going to mention Luke because I was really taken when I spoke to him during the York ybor festival. It was the day after he'd won the Yorkshire oaks. Just how bullish he was about Paris long shot. Yes. At what point these are very good form. He's excellent at that and he gave her a peach for a ride, which I'll come back to in a second, but at what point was it always the plan this season to get her to the ark was that were you always building to this moment? Yes, very much so because last year she won three group ones in Germany and just as we were congratulating ourselves on this fine performance. She won the same three races that her grandmother had won. Michigan and I thought we'd done extraordinarily well. And then, of course, one of the ones we beat went from tasso went and won the ark at 80 to one. And of course all the people who had congratulated on winning what they said were weak group ones in Germany. But now all saying, well, why didn't you run it in the art? There's nothing like after timing. But they were of course right. She was gradually getting to the stage where that ought to be her aim. And this year, everything was around running their originally I'd rather felt we'd go for the coronation and the king George, but she was slow to come in a coat. So we had to do the Grand Prix of St. Cloud and the Yorkshire oaks. But the plan was always to run twice before the R can try and have a very, very best and thank God it came off. And the Yorkshire oaks was a special moment in itself because of the reaction that you got from the crowd and from people within the industry.

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:13 min | 4 months ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Yeah, I know the impressive thing about him is that of course that day at Goodwood, which is a tricky course to meet but have really good balance. It's very unique racecourse and the fact that he dusted modern games on very quick ground, which I don't think is his optimal surface, he just makes really good horses like modern games. His stablemate real world he dusted twice in a row at ask at newbury's first race of the season in the lock and she made real world look like an average horse and he's just different class over a mile in further here so far in his career and I mean the only horse that can beat him tomorrow is a day, he's a son of frankel, he won easily when he won his epsom Darby than he had a pretty poor season last year and he's run once this year. So he'd have to improve several lengths to or buy you would have to somehow throw in a clunker and obviously one to four and any kind of racial one to 5 number represents any value. So I would say that I don't even it's one of these races he can't really get a betting angle on unless you're the kind of person the best 4000 to win a thousand. Well, let me ask you this, then if we're going to take the glass half full look on somebody else in this race, talking about betting the race and why not. This is betting with Bobby and we like to bet the races. If it's not by, what's the way that bid gets me, you know, this is the question we're asking ourselves when it comes to flight line and the breeders cup classic. If flight lines not going to win, how is it going to be that somebody beats him? Is it going to be that life is good? Gets out in front. He just never catches him. Or is it going to that he and life is good or going to go too fast an epicenter or somebody else is going to pass them both. If it's not by what's the most logical way you could see him not winning tomorrow. Well, I mean, one thing that I don't like as a handicapper is by either the inside post. So would have to start with a poor start. That would kind of take them out of his game plan in the first quarter mile. He's ridden by a consummate professional Jim Crow. He actually had a wonderful champion say last year at ask, and he's a former champion writer. He's the main writer for shadwell. He sees their rider, and this is the best source by far he's ever written in his career. He speaks about him like he's should be mentioned in the same breath as frankel and see the stars and really he should do. So he'd have to get a bad start. So you have to be taken out of his game early somehow. There's some pretty quick horses in here. He'd have to get sucked up to some sort of situation where they went too quickly. And I think it would have to come down to a bad start and perhaps bad tech tactics or pace that's not true and a day or would have to get a perfect trip. I mean, the third choice in the race is a very talented horse by new bay called bay bridge, the sir Michael stout trains, he's a nice horse, but in my opinion, he's clearly third best in here on paper. I can't see him winning. So logically, the only horse that can beat him is that they are. He ought to go off at about 5 to one. That's the only betting angle I can imagine the only horse in the field of 9 that I can see possibly beating by eating in fact, the first money in this race by UK standards is so high and there's a lot of horses that aren't here to run second or third because it's a nice piece of prize money. Speaking with bob and stanovich from the band pavement and he's been on HR and of course many, many times over the last year or two. He's actually in the UK now got to see bae gallop this morning. Also got to see alpinista live this morning. A little bit different look the pictures and videos you sent me from new market than what I saw at Prairie Meadows this summer. Yeah, no, Warren hill is a beautiful place in iconic Gallup amongst many here. And it's really a stiff uphill and of course these horses were just like stretching the legs or cantering up the hill today. Follows one of his 6 year old stable makes a very good horse in his own right called mon patum every day and he was very comfortable albanese is just she's an incredible horse. I mean, she looked like a horse that hadn't run in 6 months. She carries a lot of conditioning. There's still making a decision on whether or not she goes to the Japan cup. I don't see it happening. She's had she's won 7 races in a row now and she's won three this year and The Crown and glory for her. Was to win the arcs. I expect both of these wonderful animals to go to stud. After tomorrow and albanese, this has been sensational this year for her connections, which sir Mark Prescott the trainer. And

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"I plenty hope she is. 'cause I would have taken her out of my mouth. Oh, ladies and gentlemen, Paul Jacobs. The views of Paul Jacobs are not necessarily those of the final former podcast. So to get to get back onto the to get back onto the, this was great for racing, so it was annoying that ITV cut off that I wasn't aware of that at all. We have a legendary trainer in sir Mark Prescott, beat legendary French trainer, beat a now legendary German trainer. It was a truly international running of the ark. Obviously we had the Japanese runners as well. And it was stunning. And just to go back to some of our prescot for a second, you mentioned Psaki and that being one of your favorite performances in the ark from a tactical point of view and the way Frankie wrote. Well, that was in 2001, which is the last year that summer Prescott had a runner in the arc. He's only ever had two. Really? Good work. Good work. So nice work there from you. And then I'll just bring it back in. 1937 was the last time a 5 year old mayor won the race and 2003 would have been the last time a gray won the race when dalla county took it under that man Christophe sumiya. I mean, it's terrific. And I'm delighted for Luke Morrison blooded for smart pressing up, but I'm also delighted for annabelle Willis because she's been very open with her story and she's she's very enthusiastic. She's a great site. And that helps racing tremendously as well. When you've got somebody who gets so invested and so worked up, it really helps the sport because it helps you be attached that little bit more to the story. And she's been a real star and was a tremendous star yesterday as well. I love people that are in the industry now whether they be lads and masses, trainers, trainers, wives, journalists, broadcasts, commentators, writers, spectators who really enthuse

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:02 min | 5 months ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Probably a lot of what I do day to day has come from the people that I've worked for here in the states. But I think, you know, a lot of what we got to see and do on flying start kind of shapes our outlook to the industry and where we might see the opportunities in the future. But I mean, I did get to spend some time with John sheriff when I was on flying start. We do work placements across the around the country. So I got sometimes with John sheriff and then a trainer in Dubai called Erwin sharpie and sir Mark Prescott and new market. And yeah, I mean, like I probably picked up a little bit from all of them. Smart, he goes around and he looks at his horses every afternoon and you have to present them to him and he goes over them and he's very big on like he checks every horse from mucus before they run two days before they run and he would scratch a horse had a drop when mucus in it. And John sheriff, he's just he's so incredibly patient and so incredibly attentive to his horses. He just seems like he knows exactly what they're thinking and feeling. He's very, very close to them and the tension and care for each one of them necessarily individualized. And he did John told me when I was when I was there, he said, look, you know, there's a million different ways to train a horse and we just, you know, as a horse trainer, we try to figure out what works for us. And he's right. I mean, look, there are so many successful or strangers out there. And they do, they all do things a little bit differently. Within reason, I suppose. But yeah, those little intricacies, I guess, are kind of what makes what makes us individual. What works for you, Lindsay. In terms of your overall philosophy and your approach to training. What's working for you? I think that's probably a work in progress, but right now, I mean, I really, I really do try to treat them all as individuals, but have a have a basic program, right? I expect to work the horses every 6 or 7 days. But within that, I'm happy to kind of adapt to what they need. You know, we have some claimers that might not be able to do as much, but can run every two or three weeks. So I think right now I'm just kind of focused on trying to do what's best for each individual horse. Yeah, you know, when we started the conversation at the top of the show, one of the questions that I asked you was about what lesson that you have learned or the one thing that may surprise you that was a bigger challenge than you expected it to be and you referenced the business side of training horses. And that's certainly legit. What do you think you're probably most proud of with this quick start that you've been able to get off to, Lindsay? I mean, I think I'm proud of that, I think I'm proud that we've been able to win races with some of these horses. You know, I mean, I'm also, we've gotten some two year olds in the bar in which I was unsure if we were going to be able to do or not. And so I'm excited about that. I'm proud that we were able to grow in that way. I guess, you know, like for one specific course that comes to mind. We claimed a horse for 30,000 o'clock on this winter called Alex June. And he's been just kind of a horse that we've really we have had to take our time with a bit. But we want to raise with him at Oakland after we after we go to him and he won there and I thought for sure someone would claim him and no one claimed him so we did kind of get lucky to keep them, but he's a Virginia bread so there were some opportunity and colonial and we're able to run second in the stake and then win a nice nice money allowance race there. And then he came back and ran third in the stakes other day and I think just with that horse who's been able to kind of take advantage of some opportunities, but also yeah, we've definitely been able we've definitely had to kind of tailor a program to what suits him and just try different things and see what works. But I'm proud that we've been able to do well with him. You know, I don't know that the horse has improved but we've been able to find some good thoughts for him and try to turf and do some different things. So why were you talking about that? If you were going to be able to get two year olds. Well, I just didn't have any owners, I guess, but had two year olds, I don't have any breeders. So I didn't have any owners that had two year olds coming up through the farm to come into the track. I hoped I would, but I didn't have anything to cure. Is there a difference between training two year olds and working with, say, experienced claiming horses that are a bit older? Yeah, absolutely. I mean, let's two year olds you need to teach them how to be a race horse and get them fit for their first race, which is the biggest, the biggest effort they're ever going to have to make is getting ready for that first run. So there's a lot of bumps along the road and as everyone knows, right? There's so many horses that go out to the track as two year olds, but probably don't make a start and some of them might not start until they're four. Some of them might not ever start. So

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"In the room with sean randy. I'm sean clancy. And i'm in the room with jackie jack gilligan. Stand here keeneland. Kinda amount of quiet off at the sale on for you got earlier this spring and kind of inbetween. Come back and and and see where you're going next yet. Know so then take give. It is summer Spend fortunate these repetitive concussions. Cozy take some time off. Hopefully this fool get reevaluated. And hopefully back in the saddle soon enough taking time to enjoyed -joyed race in saratoga this summer and less enjoyed the sales now beautiful september day so nothing better really hurricane and it's gotta be hard to not be riding and wondering your next step. I guess yeah you know it's funny you know. The first is nice to be able to eat wherever you want. I assume wears off. You know it's definitely been pretty hard last couple months missing it and you know when you go into a racist office is weird watching it from the ground and know you feel like you're the so clearly bill so yeah i'm pretty good to get back back to for young guy. It's hard. I mean you get this kind of your role and things were going well and then. All of a sudden rug gets pulled out for monday basically. Yeah you know. I've been last couple of years at a couple of foods and been to stop and go stop and go and finally go back gun. Good again like i hooked up with trading down louisiana. Shane loosen and i was wrong with the school for him. And we have really good meat at fairgrounds and stuff. I athens pod game unfortunate. You know isn't a matter of if is a win much jockeys to go for at some point in their career so Out the way my they'll get clear sailing for a couple of years at least. How hard is it mental. I mean how do you deal with the not ride. And the the uncertainty. It's tough you know because you know Especially at foul me. You know mojo worried about my weight gain control you know with time off and Says always the thing is like scary being like okay. Maybe i'm fit to get back riding. Ben i'm physically able to because you know if my way gets you high but luckily keep it down over summer. So i'm pretty comfortable bail down around the thing because on you've done your whole life and the only thing you would do your whole life it's especially because i'm young. I haven't really had retirement plans in the future. So it's worse things he gets sprung upon you and you have to think like what could i do. What what else is that you know. And i mean that's the good thing is what about who tracing is a so many different avenues. You can take it so the have tools and played with different ideas summer. What to do. But only i found was stick. Act more years lease ride in Training route eventually. You crazy train. Says that trained back in england and always watching all falls. I don't want to do that is just miserable. But i don't know it probably be natural now. I know law trainers of every me. Because i think more because osgood holtzman when a good jockey they feedback and stuff so i have a natural touch for anyways and yeah you know is for you. Nice job of a haven for in being trained not say and could you stay in that you know in the racing group you know i mean and the the race track every day and you know the around the horses which is the things i love so it'd be a good happy medium anyways. That sounds like a good plan. Takes us back to the beginning. Growing up in england from a racing family racing background is always something. You always wanted to do being a jackie. Yeah so you know in england yards alot people you know we live on the yards everyone as individuals and like the backstretch here. So you know. Mom and dad would trade him. Before i was born and so i grew up. I was in the in the shed rose every single day. Since from the push you know mean obviously wanting to races from very young age and just. I don't think i wants to be anything else in the jockey number Salma first racehorse on ause like freeze old. You know and had ponies ended pony racing and then you start writing out before school when i was like thirteen and a half was started and ride out my dad before school every day. And just been prepare for been planning for my whole life hated. School can wait to leave and say two weeks. After i graduate i race in sixteen and don't ever since i guess boring in a way but you know i'm lucky of you. Know had a dream vanilla which people don't get that so i've been very lucky. I was one of those kids. I'd gal for my dad morning. Go to go to school when you're sitting there and watching the clock. Oh backward right just sitting there waiting for three o'clock bell right exactly. It's a it's like when it gets you know and when you get the get the The h. for you know you just just nothing. Nothing else occupies your mind. You just wanna do it. Live and breathe. It is nice feeling and it has funny what you doing it as a job yukon. Leeza a little bit. You know this you know times when you struggling just career and you forget that you know sometimes is copied good Made me take a step back and appreciate really think a lotta people could lose. Why the reason why we do just doing it. You know It's good to take a step back every now again and kind of appreciate what you know. What great ready to ride them. You know being such a good sport like this takes us back to working for sir mark prescott. How was that. That was amazing so at the time an all girl i struggled it was so much hard work and he was old. School at school is still longest-serving trainer new market and he does everything the way it should be in the way it was done back in the oj days and it was tough woman ad and safai. But you know he did things. A things normally done nowadays. you know. Ease evening stables It'd be full for a half three or four horses look after a wore skipped now and you know just the students had to be done to such a high standard time..

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Evening stables and stuff out but you know it'd be full for a have three or four horses. Look after he war skip mouth and you know the has done such a high standard all the time. The horses had to be done up to the best of standards like turning out for owners every single night we had to cool markham oil with fee and he come round at five o'clock every day and you have to be ready and show you. Who's it was. It was very good very good foundation for me. Then everyone should do it. Everyone's everyone's just spend the some fresco. I think you'll make your ustad that so much higher you know and Yeah it was great. And he's obviously such a great man he you know you've probably heard the stories and you know if anyone's never heard him speak definitely look him up on youtube he's so make interviews and so many great stories and Yeah you know. I was lucky enough since leaving and coming over here. I've gone back to visit a couple of times and other. You know he's involved me up to the galaxy and just copied there on the other side of things where you know. The owner stand with him is so brilliant. He's just he's a great guy. Yeah you know. I look back fondly now over at the time i was kinda like hey you know life just the hard work but it was good to me in the end. They say spent a lifetime there one year. Yeah he's kind kinda feels that way is beautiful. You know like the the you know. Heath house stables a so beautiful in order staff air great and it's Israelis disagree experience. You know if you ever knew mock it definitely place. You should visit and try and meet him. She'll go for that tattersall source and training sale and he brings out the horses and his a big show and the big production and a lot of people. Like we gotta go to mark his production but it's so brilliant especially the first time you're there. It's like just walking back in time. Yeah absolutely you know. And he's done very good job you know. He's kept all base you know they. They didn't do swimming pool treadmill. Like it's very you know he's up to date wherever thin but you know it's still go out. Old job is is slight fairytale most when you walk in there as good. so how. How long do you wrote. In england for a bit and then came here told me through that move starting in england and then the move to america so red red sixteen and a road i amateur for like full rides. I was lucky. I want my second race at newbury. From my dad's i was great. And then i switched and i sti- welcome some fresco became apprenticed some opera so i was like the fool of twenty thirteen and i was with him for a year and i had about. I guess about forty rides in that year. I did okay. I wouldn't four races and You know a bunch of places on things were at. She called looking pick up. I didn't have an agent. I'll just you know in. England is a slow boat. And you start off slow and pick up by originally. The plan was just come over here if it went and so when i was in a british racing school i district exchange with the american race in school. When i got to meet chris mccarron and stay with him so he was my contact over his. So i wanna come over here. He hooked me out with job. Galloping and that was the fool of twenty fourteen was when i come over here. And then i ended up writing turf way wintertime and good end up in secondly rod today and because of that. And you know they'll have the muck out. I guess You know epilogue keep in keep trying stayed here and you know very talky around for a couple of years and did really good you know very mostly for the people around keenan and farber trade center next to a man eventually branched out churchill downs s call. My career picked off second level. You know sarah of some big traders you know asmussen's home amos brick calhoun. And then. I saw go with fairgrounds in windsor as light. The winner of two thousand seventeen twenty eight and had a great. I meet down there when twenty eight races. And i loved it down there every love louisiana and said that was must circuit lost copy as churchill. He even that is part of and the fairgrounds and lesbian ready to good. That's a long leap from sir. Mark prescott yard at newmarket to Fairgrounds right bourbon street and fairgrounds. Yeah as they have a change of phase to show but Yeah you know Very fond of needle new orleans I love it down there and leveled people down this and gets me. Say just haven't been lucky with my injuries that fairgrounds but you know we'll mythos grades stakes race down there on silver dust and the yeah so definitely for memories that place so take us through the process of you you get hurt in the spring with a concussion and then it's a matter of just trying to get better and feel better and then just gradually take it from there. I've i've suffered some concussions and kind of know the process a little bit just slowly trying to kind of get back yourself. I guess yeah you know it's caught. I saw i had a bad one bad full couple years ago. Though derail i got knocked towel. And i just never you know go back. Ride free days layover. And you know. Just i was on educated with yudo concussions basically and you know what the process is and how long it takes the heat about my buddy fellow k but and i fought. My head fell right and a lot of time. You do feel not too bad but you don't realize you do change and you didn't even realize it and as now you know what i go properly reevaluate. I went down to tulane university sports to very good. They do a lot of football players. And you know they run a whole tests on me and you know. Discover my balance. Was you know not what used to be. More action was bad and it was funny. You know spas was. Oh my i got scared or you know. I know some races when i was in behind. I'll i'd like be indecisive and like just like not knowing what to do and it was so strange to me. And i was like i thought maybe my nova gone but as it turned out my my visual processing had kind of been decreased competitive lost Concussion tests back in twenty fifteen. And i make suggest why had that feed him because it was like a lot you know when you're riding your concerned balancing you looking at the situation in front of you and how it's unfolding menu try make decisions and because that was effective me. I was struggling with it. And that's why game is feeding so you know it's really good. It got cool. Because you know. I mean like would just meant the you know probably would have messed up races and you know starts going downhill. You know so. Hopefully it's been cooled now and i've been working. Give me a computer program. Which i do every day. Which has i. Brian training exercises and then of saga physiotherapy from a balance and You know over the summer. It just takes a while. They said it could take six to eight months and so but fell big progress last couple months that she of my headaches gone away. And i my balances back to where it used to be and so. That's when october fourteenth game my next appointment and concussion tests come back a lot stronger and we'll be back in business. I think i said at the the one thing you learn about concussions is that you actually don't know how bad you felt until you feel better. It's months later. You look back and go whoa. I wasn't feeling great. Then yeah absolutely you know had pressure my head all the time and as well as things you learn to live with it and just you know. It shouldn't be that way. You know what i mean. Obviously struggling with different feeding more emotional and stuff that and you just put down till the things is it just because of what's going on in my life right now or things like that but you know when you when you see when it's all laid out in front you start connecting adults and.

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"This is in the rule with sean clancy. I'm sean clancy. And i'm in the room with jockey jack gilligan. Standing here keeneland count amount of quiet off day. The sale and for you got hurt earlier this spring and kind of inbetween coming back and seeing where you're going next yet so have been taking vacation. This summer spent unfortunate. These repetitive concussions. Takes time off. Hopefully this full get reevaluated. And hopefully back in the saddle soon enough but you know taking his time to enjoyed -joyed reysen been up to saratoga of osama unless they enjoyed the sales now beautiful september day so nothing better really hurricane keeneland. It's got to be hard to not be riding and wondering your next. I guess yeah you know. It's funny the first month is nice to be able to eat wherever you want. I assume whereas off you know yeah. It's definitely been pretty hard last couple months. You know missing it and you know when you go into a racist and stuff. It's weird watching it from the ground and and you know you feel like you're out the socal bill facade and so yeah i'm pretty to get back back to for young guy. It's hard. I mean you get this kind of your role and things were going well and then all of a sudden rug gets pulled out from under you basically. Yeah you know. i've been last couple years out a couple of foods and stuff and go stop and go and lie finally got back gun good again. I hooked up with trading downright. Shane wilson and i was wrong. I cool for him and we have really good meat at fairgrounds and stuff happens. Pod game unfortunate. You know isn't a matter of if is a win and much jockeys have to go for at some point in their career so heartfelt woman. I look out the way my a clear sailing for a couple years. At least yeah. How hard is it mentally. I how do you deal with the not riding in the the uncertainty. Oh it's it's tough. You know because you know especially foul amino ohio is worried about my weight. Getting control you know with time off in Assess always a thing is like scary being like okay. Maybe i'm fit to get back right. And i'm physically able to because you know if my way gets high but luckily keep down over the summer so i'm pretty confident we'll get back down around the thing because west on you've done your whole life and the only thing that i were to do your whole life. It's especially because i'm young. I haven't really had retirement in the plans in the future. So voice things get sprung upon you and you like have to think like what could i do. What what else is that you know. And i mean that's the good thing is what about whole chasing is so many different avenues. You can take it. So that's made a have taught and played with different ideas as summer what to do but only i found was takako more years at least ride in may go down a training route eventually. You crazy train. I always said as that trained back in england and always watching growing falls. I don't wanna do that. Like i is just miserable. I don't know it probably be natural mafia. I know trainers of romy because I think more. Because osgood wholesome and a good jockey they like my feedback and stuff so i think they have a natural touch for anyways and yeah you know. It's it's for your nice job of haven as for in europe being trained not say and yeah you know it's it's good. You get stay in that you know in the racing group you know i mean and the very shock every day and you know be around the horses which is the things i love so it be a good happy medium anyways. That sounds like a good plan. Takes us back to the beginning. Grown up in england from of racing family racing background of his. There always something. You always wanted to do it. A jackie oh yeah. So you know in england yards alot people. You know we live on the yards everyone as individuals and the backstretch here. So you know. Mom and dad would trade him before i was born and so i just grew up. I was in the in the shedders every single day from the push you know i mean know obviously wanted to racist from a very young age and just i don't think wants to be anything else on the jockey. Remember you know salma first racehorse on ause like for years old you know and had ponies and ended pony racing and then you start writing out before school When i was like thirteen and a half was ed and a ride out set for my dad before school every day and just been prepared for been planning for my whole life you know. Hey it's school can wait to leave. And i say two weeks after i graduate right before the race in sixteen Don ever since. I guess it's called born in a way but you know i'm lucky of you. Know had a dream vanilla to do it. You know which people don't get that so i've been very lucky. I was one of those kids. I'd gal for my dad in the morning. Go to go to school when you're sitting there and watching the clock. Oh backward ride just sitting there like waiting for the three o'clock bell right exactly you know it's It's like when it gets you know when when you get the get the the h. for you know you just. It's just nothing nothing else. Occupies your mind. You know you just wanna do it. Live and breathe it and it's it's nice feeling and it is funny. What'd you doing it as a job. Condoleeza a little bit. You know there's times when you struggling or you know just times he career and you forget that you know sometimes it's cop and good homelessness but tom off africa's cotton make me take step back and appreciate really. I think a lot of people called lose. Why the reason why we do it would just doing it. You know it's one of those things. It's good to take a step back every night again. Kind of appreciate what you go you know. What great privilege is ready to ride them. And you know being such a good sport like this takes us back to working for sir mark prescott. How that that was amazing. So at the time A i struggled. It was so much hard work. I mean he was old. School at school is still longer seven trainer newmarket and he does everything the way it should be in the way it was done back in the oj days and it was tough. You know i You know obviously what woman ad and safai but you know. He did things way things normally done..

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Your winnings with to- plus and listen to what andrew white is saying because he's agreeing with me so we're said for so much gravy this weekend it's going to be amazing. can't wait to recount all this lucy and yourself a monday and talk about the just just like the throwing cash all around the studio or be talking to both of you while i'm scrambling around trying to find some coins as as tesco noodles for the rest of the month We'll have to wait and see. But i'm i'm getting super excited for the weekend. Sunday is obviously going to be a massive day and alpin easter for sir mark prescott is going to take the engagement in the qatar pre groupon. Which of course is a arc trial and a very well. Trial and snowfall will be taking up the engagement as well. So she was always held in very high regard as juvenile. She was highly tried and this season she has won the door by three and a half lengths. She has created history by winning the oaks by the largest winning margin ever She's won the irish jokes by the largest winning margin for a hundred years and she just toyed with a rivals at york. It was again. That was a racist covering talksport to she was just an absolute joy to watch that day. This race are you surprised. The running her and do you feel that. This is just a case of letter. Get a feel of of power longchamp. Frankie's back on board. Let feel of party longchamp while it's like to be there with the racing style is like because the closer we get to the race. She is very clearly cool. Moore's number one. Yeah you'd think she is. Online chiefs obviously got a great chance to thank the majority of the reason. Is you say to girona in this. Race is just to get a blow over in france To get a feel for the track and make sure that the she's ready to go when it comes to tell him. And i i don't see i don't see are getting beaten this weekend. Not the only thing. I do see some have despised Beijing no there are contenders yo somehow be shortened in raleigh Certain but that's just the way bookmakers role. These days can be certain that enough. She's just on prepared to be proven wrong here. she's just not a horse As you know clung heartstrings much this year how dare you. Yeah i know. And it's just one of the i don't know what it is There's just a part of me and people can shoot me down sam wrong inferno but just a part of me. That can't get over. The fact that i feel the rest of the mile for you know group one. Three year old fillies. This year are abaga shish and well they are like i. Just don't see the horses. She bees in the oaks and the irish jokes. Arnaz any us. So it's not really something to be n. dolphin when they are jokes. Two two seven eight nine lands in a race. Where i think i could have given some of them a chance for some of the place money so it's not something i'd i'd potentially bear in mind charmaine. Justin jar at york was wonderful tonight. It wasn't ruining on grain. She delights at all so again. You're back to just beijing album floor and khandan dunstall fantastic. I actually to that free. Because i interviewed david minutiae for talks to My role switched was hosting that week. i host the whole week of york and i spoke with david minutiae live on air and i was saying. Are you gonna run wonderful tonight. And he said well. We have two options. We can go to france we can. Go to deauville or we can run here at york. And william is gonna ride into three o'clock and he'll decide he'll tell us I don't like the idea of going. to deauville. he thought that the ground wasn't right for there and said i may live to regret this but the horse that runs in this race is not the worst that you'll see in the arc that was that was line And she was disappointing and she got thumped in the end And she would really need to pull something out. Be able to go and and turn the form around with with snowfall boss. She is the the anti post favourite For the arc. And it's interesting that you even worded that way. That she's essentially piecing choice she. She was in all intents and purposes. She has been on. I suppose more. So what would probably rested on on me is Maybe it has been slightly different rationale because of being a few niggles still fled that bush. This time last year having won leo Jokes and yorkshire oaks so impressively. Nobody thought love could be beaten. Yeah and i know. You know as i say i completely comprehend that the injuries has been a few things that haven't gone particularly roy's but she's komo's against proper group won't horses this year under this being short of the mark and i just don't know whether we're gonna get to the ark and she's going to be a very short price if she goes wins on the weekend which he will she could end up on the day. Five four six two four. That's an it's the for. it'll be january. The first time like if she faces a day are torna w-we hurricane lane. You know any of these horses that are genuine group on horses. Because to be honest leg you could send off divinely to start running in the are tomorrow morning. And she may scrape poem things. She's.

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"The official told ap rough journey. Were alpin. sta who roy argue has been raving of this lands. Her first group one. This was the plan. Says sir mark prescott. I'm sure with the cuban cigar in one hand and a glass of brandy and the other. I think he's author cigars on he doesn't drink brandy well. You can do it for so thanks for crushing that image expert just crushing that image entirely gone dave decided to go to germany and they picked up. Eighty nine thousand and crucially. They've picked up a group by the way a new. Brian said that snowfall is working. Impressively ahead of york as her countdown to the continues so anyway back to thanks to another winner for frenkel. Frankel is crushing in the stellian. Rankings this season. But what you make this. We've got walton street in there to try and give us some kind of level of an idea of the form listening. Drum group ones are strong A comparatively speaking on the are there for the taking with horses huang to perform interestingly out-pizzas at grantham was aldo nova He was an upset smashing mayor. won't brad again by kirsten rising trend by some mark. Prescott should all her winning in germany. One she wants three Gray ones in germany was also second In the price on europa oil wishy one before. so i'm interestingly She'd won the pinnacle stakes before going on to watch a groupon success in germany and openness. A would've won the pinnacle stakes which was taken on the morning of the rhys But she won't be Lancashire roofs and steph was up to remember preview by nashashibi. Alds on four for but this was a step forward in for trump. She's improves to the season. Just typical typical family typically Stein as well she was very promising was second to love. I was some of winning a listed race Appear on a very good second to the ocean last year. She's progressing a big chunk this time around two and a half lengths. You end up winning some surprise for berlin luke. Morris didn't spare it has to be know. That's just look more. Luke morris gonna look morris but she won. She wanted to style and she found plenty for pressure on itemization. She will be bound for the ride. Interestingly there's a surprise well it's it's it is a splendid interesting is it is a bit of a surprise because look pretty much voids. uk bonds Seems to be understanding that although his his action looks quite extreme. I'm i'm guessing it's been it's been proven that apps is kind of a two part with action which means a low heath his. His aunt was above shoulder height. Eight doesn't bring whip straight down from there but it's still. It's still not particularly pretty to watch. It does look as though he's hailing a cab elsewhere its bounds for it so it does look as always hailing a cab but it appears as though there's an understanding between the british shorts ceiling einstein speed up the both the boss has given him. The seal of approval has yeah. He hasn't indeed and he was celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of his first winter this year. So he's going to be transferring. His license to william butler the at the end of the season this country that oh wait just he's just keeping the butler. Boy stringing them along for few shot. that's the way to do it. That's how retirement because he no no. He's he's a nine stays in. Tanzania said this is the first decision is who he can see himself handing over to. So we've basically said he will be handing over. William will get the license but he might have to wait until these. You know another seventeen years. Seventeen years he wouldn't be cutting chicken. Everything's getting at the end of the season where we're an extra needs to. She's in the yorkshire oaks. I don't think they turn right. That quickly The the the champion video mistakes target for her joys the end of the season but she will sue They will be looking for attorneys for germany as well. I don't have german calendar in front of me nor a hand but was the obvious. It makes sense though that that her her grand tom. Despite being trained in newmarket was voted german horse. Lear in mccheese hundred four. So you know will. They will happily He to creatures the compositions on trainers training for fifty years even more so so They will address. You might stand training vanilla season as well. The look at them a grid on prices in germany but always watch once you capture. Group wants group the away. That's that's the key thing in when you have one than is you know you're often looking for the weakest group three or group through. You can guess. But once she wants to make the breakthrough you can only stay about level or step up. So she's one night so it's group wants all the way. Speaking of group owns all the way as we return to home soil. When i say home soil. I mean aren't and If you're in the uk and the vast majority of the listeners are because population is bigger When things are safe come on over come on over the hospitality Particularly in the southeast and The west of ireland is just. Oh it's phenomenal and views down in west cork and killarney The history in kilkenny Why am i doing an advert for the irish tourism board. I don't know become on over On come over to the races. There's a lot to be excited about irish. Mp weekend it's going to be fantastic government. Please do not do anything stupid. the phoenix sprint stakes. Just briefly touch on this. John joe murphy is going to be sending gustavus western. Sounds very german to the haydock sprint cup. Where he will do something that no ours done since one thousand nine hundred seventy to win the race. What's his chances on the basis of this victory in the group. Three rory What is this was a career. Best from him and he some. He's say suddenly improved but he has. He's some run too much higher level last. The last few runs He's ever done before. Which i guess is the definition of a southern improvement. Listening is report as a juvenile But he you know like a lotta A lot of sorts printing juvenile's. He seemed to tread water then for For while after that On some seem to find his level which was basically sort of a listed company. Another ahoy pop up you know he would run these races but he wouldn't say wouldn't spend too much time thinking about him but all of south needs He's looking One of the best friend not less. So that's some that's a three nonsense saw since may He finds plenty for pressure on both occasions Certainly he certainly was. Well positioned the way this risk went but then again you know he's also wanna buy them by decent margin So it can be an advantage to get on the got on the real. The curragh was the previous meeting He's not normally a front runner either but he he got it all running on. He was better. physicians The up for example. But he's well it won't by two and a quarter lengths which i need you and a half in the end an alluded through the rest. You think well he's not. He's not beating absolute superstars and behind their. You know these irish sprinting. Never been Has never really been a thing. We've only had some rip once brinton ireland's for the last three years. Isn't there. well yes. But i have i have to interject and give massive credits eddie. Lynam and for that. Matter to edna brian as well like i know that he's taken a former australian horses and One group owns them in the uk..

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Stuff very much from oregon. There's a vintage bottle of mo at for for the groom and i'm going to make him drink it the before even if he's got like bloodshot eyes as he looks into the love of his life paula and gives us vows. I'm still going to make him drink. It is like guan have that no. We're not wasting this but anyway so you were saying moa shandong patient on. She says colonel lewis. Get off. Get off the show. Go go go away. God scripture you. Back in the show took stephan. Well loved the family. Roy larkin absolute legend lizzy. Your thoughts on the mo- at shandong international. Thanks l. taste good. That stuff isn't it. Got so much yeah it said incredibly competitive fat and Maceio my goodness. The most is favor of this race given his Tree last time out now the second time he will not rice and another ritchie hanan horse. Who is in turn tastic. Foam can see why he's coming for a lot supports while given His liking to the cost asphalt. He was a winner there at roy last last season was his first. I thought of the year in twenty twenty last year and full a training performance from from richard. Hannon's pitch him pitch him in the Buckingham palace and to win that first time last season was fantastic. He's gonna have to be wait witness contest. On sassy i miss. Perhaps a lot of value to be in this race given The amount of runners as well. I do like horse. Then cooled kimmy five. Who i think kiss will. He'll be erased off a very lightweight about eight cents three. So i think he's value and i think he's very overlooked. He's a horse that always runs race. I mean he's an incredibly versatile you. He likes them so of any ground goes on any ground. He's run into six hundred seven furlongs and he hasn't won for wall. But i do think she's he's not gonna door and i think he shouldn't be not given them radar in the saddle as well. He ran a fine racing stewards cup. It was last year behind some mcgann's Just touched off race and saw. That was really really good running. He's he's shown he likes to ask as well and he wasn't far behind moscow in the bumper cup last time out given his way i think he's incredibly Well handicapped and i think he. He's good money to be had there each way. Our our besides with kimmy five Yet plenty of horses to likeness cantey proven handicap. Is i think Roy mentioned massey. Findus i remember when this whole run hazel On his first start as a three year old nice little he was getting every every inch the mountain too. So i am surprised. He's he's running back to Seven photos although he did he did run. Well last time out in some foothills. But i'm just surprised at walkers campaign you may that distance given given the fact he's by citing and his dam was campaigned overseas. You've campaigned over model. And a half. So interesting woke mustang. This horses speed Not wasn't too bad. So lots of horses to likeness. But yeah i do. Re- can you five at at prices and it's hard to disagree with you when you're talking about a horse who is a twenty five to one shot at the very least Kimmy five and in fact. I'm just gimme a second please. Caller twenty five. This is the best price that we can get you lee. You could to see a blue twenties going in here So kim can influence these things just by sitting here and thinking so we've had to two big price elections in this race now from our team. So lucy's kimmy five. Rory has made the case for epic endeavor but what about lee mckenzie. Okay let's get the obvious as a way i shall. we Muscle kale yes. I've had mile in week. Talk get the image of the bone bridge answered my mind and if you forgo what that looked like back in having look at it again. It was astonishing such a competitive handicap being dismantled by this force. He was astonishingly. Good look in. Yeah we'll have to look at an early this week. I was thinki- ever will i still guy for. And if he's draw one or two or even nine ten eleven as draw maintain and although the the draw at the roy. Mason was a bit confusing. Because i tend to think traditionally suddenly since they changed the the track asking straight course on good affir- grand you want to be near the stand side rail and of course it releasing it didn't work out like they all over but i'm gonna work on the basis. That will be back to how it normally is. Because i need to. I need some kind of pattern to the race when they come out the stalls for me. The draw is very important. I need to visualize how the race is gonna go. And that depends only the starting positions and masahiko jul nineteen just a few of the stance i real. I can't complain about that. And i could see him dismantling the field again Just to mention a few others that arrival decide matthew flinders been following this horse since his first ever rice when he finished third hazel park and he was a real eye catcher that day and to win a big handicap. An i thought it was gonna be. I think originally every mall and a quarter and then later on over mile here he is. I was seven phones. And i'm thinking steffi some false brand will they go to quick for. I don't know. I know he's trying to will fancies in a loss but i'm going to also guy For 'cause you want something. Big price cliffs of capri. I do think that ask is very much. One of these courses for horse is based on. This is a who is that run. Welded ask do they. They run well once here and they come back and they run well again. Asking particularly in these big film handicaps cliff debris capri meals on doug. is drawn twenty. One and he's twice to the stance i i could see him running on well into place with. I've actually ever looking likely to win. But you never know they might win. So my big price. Elections cliffs of capri of juno. Most kyle thinking about that race at newmarket again. It was sensational. wasn't it really was. it's just. I often wonder if and this has happened to both of those. We've covered racing on on talksport and talks for to live and and it's it's a real pleasure to do that When you are covering the race live you you have. This image of what horse did in a handicap last time out and was very impressive. But you don't know what the other horses have under the tank and while he was brilliant that day what is it taken out of them. And yes i know. He's he's way. I think is easy. Three pounds well in this race Before the officially officially three pounds while in only richard was pleased with the the mark handicapper gave him in the end And you just wonder if he's going to repeat this wonder if it's if it's a performance that he can do again but you're right he over that distant over seven furlongs to just destroy them like you did. It's very very difficult to get that out of your head. And it's easy to see why is ninety two But fairplay. You've come up with a big price elections. Well and who is twenties cliffs of capri. So i mean i can throw a horse in here as well. So we got kimmy five from lucy. We have epic endeavor from rory and we've got Cliffs of capri from lee. There is a part of me that is very interested in dari for shrewdest. One of the shrewdest of the shrewd sir mark prescott step side william haggas absolute genius and i. I forgive.

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

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"sir mark prescott" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"This Almost everything of the top of the best thing that needs to be on your shortlist Just a bunch of improving ruled handicappers Some of them will once-off grind some of the molds one. He's not proven on interprets. All but it's worth with his royal better personnel preska. I was very impressed with with it will run plan late last month. He was then beaten trying to follow up a week later. A kempton but didn't get the restaurant That's all is much better than not is absolutely screaming. I so i think he has the horses in here like robots loved ones for example. But you know he. He wanted to ease the ahead of. I only have eleven months or so. You know it'd be was she sort of wanted to got to do lend up along. The wiz live on something. Snakes the radio big harm harder and harder to do when similar pastel one. This with wizard king Back in ninety three navy horse didn't seven zone seven in the seventies ninety to get into the battalion. But in saying ops the key the trick with all the handicaps a roll ask it is to be able to qualify for With you know shown his limitless possibilities not say showing that live both live on run on the back of the field. You don't wanna get in here but you want to be able to win on your debut for example or get a on the basis of amid and room with a million i you And that's that's what makes a handicap. So hard sean. Thank you because there's no point saying who's the best horse based or mother sean. Because you knew that are quite a lot of horses. They're hiding a stone soon and a half of improvement That's why i once. I generally wanna find. Horses are unexposed. Oil pleasures definitely only supposed to not always had to handicap runs. He's when he finds from his nostrum on his untried in a mile. She definitely improve. There's one there's one for the lewis who is also isla k. Or try for nigel. Take the number forty six on. The list is unlikely to get into this contest. But you never know. You never know what happens. You might sneak on their enemy. Dole's he'd be quite a big price unfortunately again if he worked at the over on this enormous young meet with very little channel. Eight brad is still funny onto wall. That's pretty much your right sided year. Annuity got one hundred to one about half the diet. Thirty three buckets for crying out loud. All plenty exactly. I'm always shorter. So there's no value in it at the moment But those are couples. Bear in mind if you get twenties twenties and a ball in play odds notable daily Yeah awesome advocate. Public doesn't get in this race because needs some thirteen Dick to come on the On the day. But he's a He's probably had to fall. Oneself brunch wins have come on saul so his fast chances. If if the if the confirmed You know a declaration stages to come thursday. People decide they know is going to be solved to take courses. I if if it's on the air with a ring of people will be as sponge. And then just withdrawing the dangers good at your dining wizz. So he probably doesn't get in but take him in your try to keep up on side of okay. And you're citing with sir mark prescott and luke morris currently sixteen to want roy. Pleasure probe interest me at a similar price. He was beaten by horoscope earlier. This season horoscope is run about a million times since But the last two performances at killarney in for probe were very interesting sadly so if it comes over a be keen on him Second of the day king george the fifth stakes handicap is the gano for roger varian and david egan a deserved favorite or should be paying more attention to stable companion title at both of them are very very interesting. The again the right profile free runs nagano has won two verses on title has a one amid. I'm being fist. And they both On their breads to improve From the the summer of the three zero career zone was very obvious. Risks like this and again. Here's your peers your issue. Pumping apps announcement. You be now if you if you trust your ability to reform You know you're finding you think might be upper finds clear You know but you're you're also up against sources who you know we're going to improve By more than not a mind so you need to know much. Proven your scott robin Well as give live on stage. I'm never makes these easy again. Mirela ascot. Hydros a what you need to look for the normal. It's it's perfectly possible to win From from a luta middle draw but time and time again. The horses draw on high I perform those are all low In recent years particularly so with a dignified as well So again when you see the decks for this. I'd i always thought from the size. And if i've got a horse that i know people forward Trained by someone who understands him on ridden by jockey who Who's happy to write it. That way that i want to have those horses on side on the other hand a lot of trainers still think if israel wide trump win on the first thing they want to do is into. The real. Upper never literally never worked so Usually pays to be handy if a dozen than pace to be able to move fighting a strict And you can do both. I've seen. I've seen a couple of and some you want to get an idea of. Hi this strike rice. Go by watch the winning ride. All the ac- parse from karen schumann in two thousand seven. Eight where he came from seoul. Twenty two He kept wide on the track and he went. Hard from star on apple was goldsmith that he able to win. It was really short price for group as they started to beat my aside He was just a handicapper with the perfect role who was given the A ride by a young joke who believed similarly When gould mind one this abuse it wasn't broken by his name change. What's when he was so you went home call. They changed his name. Combining these one here is a hukou. Nope no Donna's exactly what it was. The bagel believe in should leave and change the name of the race reports But he again written by a a reasonably inexperienced okay when williams was on john. Wise he He risked up pretty much. The center of the from the street and again stay away from the real one thing that will change this whole bias alaska and i think we're beginning to get on. Is the jokes. Realize you don't want to hiding on the rail. They tend to find a bit more of the streets. Naturally so those who towards the fromz they start finding items south brings the come from behind white draws who would normally have all the room in the world and they then to move further on inside wrong it's not might just be the The fighter that the ruins this this one khodro buys that no one's noticed thirty yet but it's not a problem when when when he won the remembers name. I've got a.

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