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"ted brown" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Dot com slash BC to get the breeders cup pre entries and look at all of our great handicapping products for the readers cup. Bobby, let me just say every year, I mean, sometimes they even win races, but these Euros hit the board, and when it comes to the Saturday races, I always think the juvenile turf races as far as those Euros are forms a little bit more straightforward in terms of class. But there's always going to be some price horses and long shots from Europe. They're going to come in and at least hit the board on Saturday Saturday's races. So I love reading that international package from Kelly Rowley. James and Benny, I've asked this a few times, but since this will be the third breeders cup running at keenland and we actually have some form to look back on not necessarily with these horses, but with horses running at keelan during this time of year and in the breeders cup races, do you look back at the previous breeders cups that were a keen land and maybe look how the track or the turf was playing and where the winners were coming from, not only were the winners were coming from in the race, but maybe where they were coming from from their previous races into it. And factor that in when you're handicapping this breeders cup? Well, go ahead. I will not go ahead. I'm sorry. No, no, you go ahead, I'm sorry. So I was just going to say, I won't. I do remember, I think it was the last breeders cup or nicks go went wire to wire. There was a predominantly speed bias and inside track. One of the only races where they closed was the sprint in that race kind of fell apart a little bit. And we had that old timer close up the rail, but that was a long time ago. So depending on I may look at the day the days leading up to it to see what happens. Even though there will be a little bit of a gap there. But the track biases can change from literally from race to race. I mean, we've got some track biases where we'll say race is one through three, we're fair and race is four through ten. There was a strong late running strong outside bias. Where something has happened to the track, whether it be weather or by the track superintendent. So yes, I won't be looking back and making a prediction on that. I will say this on typically on big days, they tend to soup up the track. So it's a little bit faster, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it's going to be a front running bias. I've seen days out there, keenly, we're outside posts on the turf. It's no hindrance going to turns and, you know, there was no better example than when order of Australia won the British cup sprint back in 2020 at like 70 to one. Not the 14th. Mile from post 14. He was 70 to one, Bobby, and the runner up circus maximus, who was like 11 or 12 to one. He broke from post one. So it was like post 14 and post one. They're both double digit long shots. They're both from Europe. You know, I just know the European horse is going to run well based on pass races at keenland. Heck, I mean, you can just take a look last year at delmar these Europeans ran one two three four and the favorite was like, you know, it wasn't first or second and it was like the suit tries and supers. They all paid thousands of dollars. Let's go out to the phone's Tom and St. Louis. You've got Bobby, James and Benny. Gentlemen, how are you? Three for the price of two. It's like the old NBA 1970 shooting free throws. How about that? What's going on, Tom? A couple of just early notes. I really was just taking aback at the audible Brad Cox called, you know, cyber knife. Hey, I'm going to make the second choice and try the dirt mile. I really think he gives Jack Christopher some fits in that race. I was thinking that might be just a single and move on down the road. I kind of thought that was interesting. Next thought I had. Irrigate. When arrogant ran, I'm going to use the word inconsistent. That horse looks spectacular sometimes. And then in the last couple of races of the career, ran a couple of bunkers and maybe didn't run the best until he had that day. You know at the Travers where he got on the map. You know, you look at his daughter secret oak. She's trying to have some races that I describe as a real clunker as well. You know, here's a horse that looks spectacular when she ran the oat when won the oaks. You know, in the last couple of times, she just really hasn't looked very good at all. I'll leave it at that. Do you think maybe just as someone's looking for an upset play in a few bucks and us Lucas fans out there from, you know, back in the 80s and early 90s? Think that maybe this horse has got a little arrogate in him, maybe that inconsistency and, you know, she might throw something up or am I just, I'm not much of a breeding fan or is that just a trend I'm just reaching at to try and look at on a breeding. That's what you guys thought. Well, I appreciate your call, Tom. Well, first of all, I don't think arrogate was inconsistent. He had a four race streak where he was just an absolute monster with the Travers and the Pegasus and he ended up with that classic. And the Dubai World Cup, which was probably the best race of them all, where he somehow was last out of the gate and ran by everybody, including gun runner in the race, and then he liked some horses do when he came back from Dubai. He just didn't seem like the same horse. So I don't know. I don't know what how you can, if that compares to what secret oath is the issue I would have mostly with secret oath is that if somehow she beats nest, I mean, she's got to be nest. She's got to be mala fat. She's got to be clear air. All who are probably faster than her on speed figures thus far. So I'm not sure. I don't know if you guys think this. I'm not sure secret oath has run a race in or a career that is good enough to win the breeders cup distaff. Yeah, I concur. And I even think society is an up and coming three year old Philly up that grade one can tell you when that looks better and faster than secret oath. I think she's really up against it. I think that one other thing Tom said was as far as that dirt mile with Jack Christopher Ted Brown indicated like over the weekend, maybe Sunday or the Monday that the sprint was more likely for him because he can win the eclipse award for champion sprinter and he's undefeated at one turn. So, you know, they could change their mind, but it seemed like they were leaning towards the British kept sprint for Jack Christopher. And by the way, Tom and everyone else out there, I can tell you that Brad Cox is going to be one of our guests on the breeders cup countdown shows presented by hill and Dale and alapa. In fact, he's going to be on about 9 15 a.m. Eastern Time on Wednesday morning with Jude feld and myself. So we'll ask him, obviously, about cyber knife and the decision to go in the dirt mile as well as a lot of the other runners that brattle have. As usual, Brad will be a very, very busy man. Those two breeders cup days. Benny, really appreciate you taking the time to join us this evening on the show. I know you've been on the show several times in the past and our listeners love it. And you can tell because when we had the less calls we have, they're doing more listening than calling. And when you're on that seems to happen and you've got a lot to say and the people are love listening to what you have to say. Let me ask you this real quick as somebody who's not really a tournament player. I'm just a live player. Do you go into a tournament like the BC BC with a number in mind of where you think you might have to be at the end to have a legitimate chance of winning? Well, the tournament world has evolved it used to be where if you got 6 or 8 times your money starting off that you were in a pretty good place. But what's happening nowadays is people are pooling. Their money, so there's not as much at risk, right?
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"ted brown" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Thursday on our bris net dot com Collins show. He also works with twin spires. He is one heck of a handicapper, and he has selected three races for you to play today at twin spires. And James, I am really fired up. Thanks for taking the time. You're very welcome. Thanks for having me, Mike. Always excited to talk a little handicapping and let's get right to it. Yeah, we're going to take a look at the 6th race of Belmont, which is a maiden special weight on the inner turf course. I love those. And then we're going to take a look at the Chicago stakes at Churchill downs and the Ohio Derby at thistledown. So let's kick it off. We'll go in order of post times and we'll start with Belmont race number 6. The maiden special weight mile in the 16th on the inner turf it is a field of 8 there was a main track only, but James, I don't think we're going to need that main track only because the forecast is calling for 90° and sunny later today in elmont, New York. Yeah, absolutely. And that's the way a handicapped it and 8 horse field 8 three zero Phillies. Often hear people say they like to play turf maiden special weight races and the real reason for that is because of the potential for value to me. And because they could be a little bit of a puzzle where these sources are developing and the first time starters as well. So for me, it's always going to be whether I play a turf maintenance special weight or not. It's going to be a it's going to depend on the makeup of a field. How the favorites look, whether I think they're vulnerable or not. And then that's 6 straight to Belmont today. I do. I have some questions about you have a pair of Ted Brown horses. Now obviously Chad Brown extremely formidable, especially in New York. He's winning at a 33% clip this meet. It was 37 for one 12. The other day. So always dangerous, but he has a pair of runners in the 6 race who's, in my opinion, their form is far from imposing. They both might be possible in a sense, but I'm going to try to beat them both. I'll start first off with just those two horses. Number two beachfront bid for Chad Brown is coming off of four straight defeats at maiden special weight level as the favorite. And this Philly has four seconds from 5 starts. And to me, those type of horses are like the classic example of money burners. Every once in a while, they get lucky and the circumstances just shape up favorably and they manage to win. But most times you're going to lose money chasing after horses like that that like to run second and third. The other chat brown horse coming back from a layoff, the gallery was a little bit cold on the top board and heard debut at Saratoga or finished a non threatening third and then came back at Belmont in October. Was 8 to 5 that day and was wound up weakened into finished fourth there. I don't think that this kind of Philly that could be ready to go off the layoff. But I've got some questions whether she's going to need a race or not off the shelf. There are a couple other elements I'll mention in this main special way. We have a few horses in here, number three, libretto number 6 with bells on and number 7 get respect who are all exiting on May 28th, Belmont made in special weight on the turf. That race was won by Lakota spirit, who was making her 5th start and got to buy a nose and what was really an ugly race to watch. It just fell apart in the stretch. I'm not a fan of that race. I'm going to try to beat all three of those runners as well. And the runner I landed on here is number one. It's a three year old Philly making her second career start for Brendan wash. And I'll just go back to her debut on May 14th on that Churchill downs, she was chilly on the top board. I took a look at that race that day, she had a row intriguing pedigree with but in a 12 horse field like this and breaking from an inside post, totally the type I want to see the toe board action on and like I said, she didn't take much action. And she just wasn't ready for the start Mike. She basically walked out of the gate. She was so far back at down the back stretch. She was like three lengths behind next to last, two or three lens behind 11th and 12th. And then when she makes a move, she really makes an eye catching visually impressive move on the far turn to make up a ton of ground. She gets to mid stretch. It was a period where if we were watching it, you might be worried, okay, she's just going to run out of steam. And then she just keeps on going. And she really finished full run to be beaten only two lengths that day. This is affiliate that Brendan Walsh is winning races at horseshoe Indianapolis. They're running all these turf races there because Churchill's downs is turf has been canceled for two weeks. He's won turf races at horseshoe Indianapolis in this period of time right now. He could have easily sent this three year old Philly to horseshoe Indianapolis. But he is running her at Belmont park because he is extremely keen bullish on her chances. And Jose Ortiz takes over the mouth. The thing about her is she's from the first crop of Caravaggio who was a champion sprinter in Europe. One of those group ones that were Alaska. He already has 7 stakes winners, Mike. 7 stakes wins. Just off the fantastic start. His dam is a sister to Holy Roman Emperor who was a multiple group one winner, terrific sire Kumar actually retired Holy Roman Emperor after his two year old season of still opening in their stud roster and just a terrific race horse right from the get go. Cairo Monta is going to prove significantly off that debut. If she gets out of the gate, I think she's going to run a really big race here. And there is some speed elements in here to set up for later on. Yeah, and you get 6 to one, too. So good value to kick off the twins fires, triple play, James Scully with me from brisnet and twin spires, as I mentioned, you can catch them every Thursday on the brisnet dot com call in show as well. All right, let's move on to the second leg, which is going to be at Churchill downs. It is the grade three Chicago stakes, which has a post time.
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"ted brown" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Louisville dot EDU slash equine. All right guys, plenty of things to get to today. And even a surprise category at the end of today's show, which I think our listeners are really going to enjoy. I think you guys are going to enjoy it. I haven't even told you about it yet. So this will be fun. Question number one, the top four North American trainers are currently separated by just under three and a half $1 million. Steve asson is atop the list at 13.2 million. You have Chad Brown and second with 10.3. Brad Cox close behind in third at 9.8 and Todd pletcher currently rounds out the top four with $9.7 million in earnings. We know there's plenty of firepower in those four barns. So which of those four trainers is going to sit atop the earnings list at the end of 2022? Dale, you want to kick it off? I'm going Chad Brown. And you know, we're pretty much through the Triple Crown season, the dark race and turf stuff is going to kick in late in the fall, Chad's a good kid. Chad's such a good guy. People don't understand. He's so smart. And he's a good horse trainer. All these four guys are. They're all good friends of mine. It wouldn't surprise me if any one of them ended up at the top. But sad use is a little special to me because he used to be the scrub tech for doctor all day when he was my vet and Chad would work on kittens joy and rose to some a and all my best horses when we read in the barn. And I'm so proud of him for what he's done. He's done a great thing. I told him when he started out training. I said, we're supposed to train for Ivy League graduates, not against Ivy League graduates. You're way above what your pay grade is. Jesus. When did you get that? He sends me a little something when I can't make my payroll. He helps me out. Well, you know, before you know it, you're going to be scrubbing hops for him. Right? That's right. You know, you look at the numbers that Mike just threw out there. You know, one thing Steve was definitely going to win in his start. He's going to have more starts than anybody. And you know, you do math right and he's got quality horses. He's probably going to win a lot of money, right? But last year, the winner in the earnings was Brad Cox, he had a phenomenal year, and he'd just beat beat Steve by a whisker in the earnings department. If someone puts a gun to my head, I'm going to say, Steve asking, she's going to get the championship for an earnings because of the volume of horses he runs out. But Ted Brown like Dale said, you know, his season's going to rev up, especially when they put these horses on the grass, and he's got he's loaded down with three year olds for the dirt races, major dirt races, we head into the second half of the season and then on to the breeders cup. I mean, I think he'll be the main competition to Steve, but I'm going to say Steve's going to be the winner and earnings. She had brown will be second. All right, Tammy, $500 heads up. Whoever wins the most money. I'm taking Chad Brown. You guys Steve asked music. You know, every time you make a bet, and when you lose, I don't get nothing out of it. I mean, this would be a $500 heads up. This is different. That's always when you're sharp and you're going to wash my car and all that stuff. I'm putting up the bed now. $500 heads up. Jack Brown against Steve ass mucin in 2022. Just, well, that's a lot of car wash. I'm gonna go with, I'm gonna go with my convictions and I'll take that bet, but don't forget you still owe me dinner from the Super Bowl, even though you tried to get out of that one. So that has not been settled yet, so don't say that. That's fake news. We're still waiting. We're still waiting at the stewards to get back to us on that one. Exactly. Because he's but we never, we never bet with the spread. No, I thought we did. That's the difference. I wouldn't have taken it better for one spread. Yeah. It was implied. It was never implied. So I'm going to settle that debate right now, guys. I'm going to settle that debate right now because I did not make that bet clear. We did not say if it was with the spread or not with the spread. So I am going to buy both of you dinner in Saratoga. How's that? That's fine. We'll go to wish him well. We'll be all good. I hate to wish you well, but everybody has to go there once a year. Well, you know, to paraphrase an old line from the sting with this betting, you know, Dale, the way you bet, you come up to Saratoga, you won't be able to get a game of jacks. You're a funny guy. You want 500 better not. I'm taking them in. All right. There you go. Stevie's Timmy's got Steve asimus and Dale will take Chad Brown 500 bucks. There you go. It's on radio. On.
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"ted brown" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"All right guys, plenty of things to get to today. And even a surprise category at the end of today's show, which I think our listeners are really going to enjoy. I think you guys are going to enjoy it. I haven't even told you about it yet. So this will be fun. Question number one, the top four North American trainers are currently separated by just under three and a half $1 million. Steve asson is atop the list at 13.2 million. You have Chad Brown and second with 10.3. Brad Cox close behind in third at 9.8 and Todd pletcher currently rounds out the top four with $9.7 million in earnings. We know there's plenty of firepower in those four barns. So which of those four trainers is going to sit atop the earnings list at the end of 2022? Dale, you want to kick it off? I'm going Chad Brown. And you know, we're pretty much through the Triple Crown season the dark race and tar stuff is going to kick in late in the fall, Chad's a good kid. Chad's such a good guy. People don't understand. He's so smart. He's a good horse trainer. All these four guys are on. They're all good friends of mine. It wouldn't surprise me if any one of them ended up at the top. But Chad is a little special to me because he used to be the scrub tech for doctor all day when he was my vet and Chad would work on kittens joy and rose to some May and all my best horses when we were in the barn. And I'm so proud of him for what he's done. He's done a great thing. I told him when he started out training. I said, we're supposed to train for Ivy League graduates, not against Ivy League graduates. You're way above what your pay grade is. Jesus. When did you get it? He sent me a little something when I can't make my payroll. He helps me out. Well, you know, before you know it, you're going to be scrubbing hops for him. Right? That's right. You know, you look at the numbers that might just threw out there. You know, one thing Steve was definitely going to win in his start. He's going to have more starts than anybody. And you know, you do math right, and he's got quality horses. He's probably going to win a lot of money, right? But last year, the winner in the earnings was Brad Cox. He had a phenomenal year, and he'd just beat beat Steve by a whisker in the earnings department. If someone puts a gun to my head, I'm going to say, Steve ask me, she's going to get the championship for an earnings because of the volume of horses he runs out. But you know, Ted Brown like Dale said, you know, is seasons going to rev up, especially when they put these horses on the grass, and he's got he's loaded now with three year olds for the dirt races, major dirt races, we head into the second half of the season, and then on to the breeders cup. I mean, I think he'll be the main competition to Steve, but I'm going to say Steve's going to be the winner and earnings. Chad Brown will be second. Hi, Tammy. $500 heads up. Whoever wins the most money. I'm taking Chad Brown. You guys Steve asked music. You know, every time you make a bet, and when you lose, I don't get nothing out of it. I mean, this would be a $500 difference. That's when you're chirping out. That's always when you're sharp and you're going to wash my car and all that stuff. I'm putting up to bed now. $500 heads up. Jack Brown against Steve ask me in 2022. Just, well, that's a lot of car wash. I'm gonna go with, I'm gonna go with my convictions and I'll take that bet, but don't forget you still owe me dinner from the Super Bowl, even though you tried to get out of that one. So that has not been settled yet, so don't say that. That's fake news. We're still waiting. We're still waiting at the stewards to get back to us on that one. Exactly. But we never bet with the spread. No, I thought we did. That's the difference. I wouldn't have taken it better for one spread. Yeah. It was implied. It was never implied. So I'm going to settle that debate right now, guys. I'm going to settle that debate right now because I did not make that bet clear. We did not say if it was with the spread or not with the spread. So I am going to buy both of you dinner in Saratoga. How's that? That's fine. We'll go to wish him well. We'll be all good. I hate to wish you well, but everybody has to go there once a year. Well, you know, to paraphrase an old line from the sting with this betting, you know, Dale, the way you bet, you come up to Saratoga, you won't be able to get a game of jacks. You're a funny guy. You want 500 better not. I'm taking them in. All right. All right. There you go. Stevie's Timmy's got Steve asthma and Dale will take Chad Brown 500 bucks. There you go. It's on radio. On Saturday in January, we'll settle this dispute. Sounds good to me. All right, perfect. All right. I'm gonna ask you guys to keep your crystal ball out for this next question too. Let me ask you the same question about the jockeys, but not in earnings in terms of overall wins. Erad Ortiz is currently first with 136 wins. How about this? Harry Hernandez is currently second. He's at the top of the Canterbury park standings. He has a 129 wins this year. Luis say his third with one 25, Tyler gaff Leone fourth with one 22, which of those jockeys will sit atop the wins list on December 31st. Tim? Well, the smart money, the smart play on this, but obviously be I read, right? But hold on a second. Harry Hernandez, who I'm sure a lot of people have never even heard of. He's only 25 years old. And he's the man in Canterbury and he's his agent. I believe his Gary Stevens brother Scott and he wins everything out there. And he has a wager with, I read, saying, who will win the most, who will have the most wins by the end of the year? I mean, he and Harry and I read and I read his brother Jose all graduated from the same class at the Puerto Rican jockey school, so they know each other. And you know, as good as I read is in the national stage, I think Harry Hernandez is carving out a little niche for him on the minor circuit and all he does is win races. I'm going to go out and say Harry Hernandez is going to be the winner at the end of the year. Wow. I don't think you're stepping out very far to have to say that, but there's been a lot of leading riders wins from smaller racetracks. But I want to go Tyler gaff Leon because I know how much he's dominating Kentucky right now. Matt, good friend of mine since he was security guard of pinkerton and Saratoga. It's.
The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"ted brown" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"All right, Beck so we heard from the beard there. Give me your takeaways from that media appearance. When he said right off the top, Philadelphia was always my first choice and it just didn't happen. This is what really believed that. That's another one. I'm sorry. I don't mean to interrupt you but I really believe that either. There's a whole lot of stuff going on on Tuesday I didn't really buy it to. Yeah, I mean, I'm not sure that I don't buy it. You know, look, we see in this reunion with Daryl morey and Ted Brown, who's, you know, was presidency CEO, whatever his title is, who also came from Houston. And we know that hard as close with some of the owners there too. It's not crazy to think that that's where he always wanted to be that was his first choice. It's also not crazy to think that tilman fertitta did not want to send him to Philly and senator Brooklyn instead because a, he didn't want to give him to Daryl morey and B he wanted the draft package that the nets had to offer rather than Ben Simmons. Like it is, it is plausible. I'm not going to call out hard on that one..
"ted brown" Discussed on The Lead
"Lead. So Sam, the NBA deadline is behind us, the all star break is just ahead. As a reporter, have you gotten a minute to take a breath here over the last few days with the deadline past us or does it feel like you're sprinting full speed? No, you get a breather after the deadline. And honestly, it's rejuvenating because especially in these still these COVID times where the media access is not what it used to be. And so by the two thirds point, if you will, around the trade deadline and the all star break, you're almost running out of storylines. And the trade deadline always provides that. It's not always in fireworks forum, like this hardened Simmons deal. There's always something though. So you got new stuff to dive into and write about and talk about. So there's a new energy. So no complaints here. Well, we definitely got a big news storyline to talk about at this deadline. Now, we're talking to late in the day on Monday. And James Harden still hasn't made his debut for the sixers. So as of Monday, what's the latest there? The announced today, in fact, that James with that hamstring problem that has kept him out for quite some time is going to be out through the all star break. But it certainly will get into this later, but it is interesting in the context of this hamstring problem having been kind of roundly ridiculed with people thinking that James wasn't really that hurt that he was dragging his feet because he wanted this trade. And so the idea that he's actually not ready to go certainly seemed to contradict that and he can put your tinfoil hat on if you want and decide how much of it you believe. But yeah, that is the word that his debut is going to have to come after the all star break. Well, Sam, we're in the era of player empowerment in the NBA. And you wrote recently about the unique impact that James Harden's power had on making this trade happen. But to understand that, we have to first go back in time. So take us back to October 2020 and a phone call you had. Can you tell us who was on that call and why it was significant? Sure. So Daryl morey at that time, currently, of course, the sixers president of basketball operations, the guy who got this deal done on the Philly side was the longtime Houston Rockets general manager. And in the wake of the rockets losing to the Lakers and the second round of the playoffs and the Orlando bubble. We learned that Daryl is going to resign from the rockets. It was unexpected. Now, of course, it also came not long after, then rockets coach, Mike D'antoni, had headed for the exits. Mike had a lot of frustration with rockets owner tilman fertitta felt disrespected. And that was a big part of his calculus and not wanting to come back. And so that phone call that you're referencing. I'm on the line with rockets owner tilman fertitta, Daryl morey, who would obviously just resigned and then our athletic rockets beat rider Kelly ico, Tillman, who's kind of widely known to be a guy who I don't want to say is a temper, but he can run a little bit hot. Tillman is clearly upset that I asked about the Antonio's exit, clearly not loving the idea that he was somehow to blame for Mike leaving Houston. And he jumps in and says, wow, Sam, you're the only one right in making something out of nothing. Did not agree with the premise didn't agree with the Intel. We strongly disagreed, then and now, but my takeaway in the context of the hardened Simmons trade is this. D'antoni leaving Houston did have something to do with fertitta. But Mike in retrospect clearly could see the writing on the wall, clearly could tell that James Harden was unofficially done in Houston and when James Harden makes up his mind that he has done what they situation, you would be very wise to start trying to figure out your own exit plan. I think Mike was ahead of it. I think Daryl was next and obviously winds up in Philly, where his number one goal was to get James. They have a CEO at the time, Ted Brown, who was very close with James Harden who would also later leave Houston and land in Philly. So the trend is really obvious. When James decides, I think it's a wrap in this whatever location he's in, then you're probably need to heed that warning and figure out what the next steps are. So not long after that call, in January of 2021, James Harden forced the trade from the rockets to the Brooklyn Nets. The nets give up a ton to get him. And after he arrived in Brooklyn, it seems like the honeymoon with this new team didn't last all that long either. What's your sense of what went wrong with Hardin in the nets? It's interesting because in admittedly, even if you read my latest column, it was fairly tough on James. And I do believe what I wrote. But I think this was not all James fault by any means because Kyrie Irving's decision to not get vaccinated was to me the spark of this entire explosion, if you will in Brooklyn. And it was really as simple as a guy like James Harden who has not won a championship who has gotten very close. So by the time he gets to Brooklyn, the motivation to win a title is obviously at a very high level, he's having a reunion with his old buddy Kevin Durant from the Oklahoma City days. But then the Kyrie component, I always found interesting because at minimum it just seemed like it was imperfect. You had two ball dominant guards. Now make no mistake. When they were on the court together and that limited time, they were dangerous. But when Kyrie doesn't get the shot, and when all of a sudden he's out for so much of the first half of the season, then he eventually comes back, he's only playing half the time. I don't blame James whatsoever for looking around and just saying, this is not what I signed up for. And I think the age component comes into play big time here. He's 32 years old. He doesn't have time to waste. And so he obviously made a decision as the trade deadline neared that I think I'm going to go ahead and do this. I'm going to get out of here. Now, the nets did ultimately force him to say it because he had been back channeling signals and he had been telling people around him. And it reached a point. Even a column I wrote heading into the trade deadline where it was almost uncomfortable and awkward where, for me, it was clear as day that Philadelphia knew that James was leaving Brooklyn this summer, and the nets didn't hadn't even come to grips with that reality yet. And so the question became, his nets GM Sean marks going to realize before it's too late that you better do something now or else you're going to lose this guy for nothing in the summer. So when Hardin decides he wants out, we've seen over the years that he does have a pretty interesting playbook for getting his way. And you mentioned some of this already, but Sam, can you just remind us what we saw from harden toward the end of his time with the rockets and then in the final days of his time with the nets? Yeah, with the rockets, it was dean Tony leaving people wondered how big of a deal that was going to be for James because Mike was his guy. So as training camp arrived, all of a sudden, you learned that James is not there. You're learning that we're not really sure where he is. And then we're kind of in the peak of COVID at that time. So the optics were pretty terrible. You know, you got social media posts with James hanging out in Atlanta with little baby and putting videos up that don't exactly send the message that he's taking COVID seriously. And then he's in Vegas doing similar things. James, what was the point that you were trying to get across when you went to Atlanta and Vegas when training camp was starting? I was just training. What were you training for? Started the NBA season. How did going to the Atlanta in Vegas help you there when the rockets were starting training camp in Houston? Just one person with trainers. I mean, it's really no different than your kid who's upset and they're throwing a tantrum, but I'm not trying to denigrate James at all, but this is how you get your parents attention so to speak. But the Brooklyn thing, I think is a little bit more up for debate. It wasn't as egregious, but there were similar themes here where the hamstring issue was discussed by Steve Nash and other people with the nets as not the most serious injury yet all of a sudden he's missing. I really significant stretch of games. For me, because I'm based in Northern California. I go to Sacramento Kings games a lot when I'm not traveling, you know, James Harden's last game with the nets, which I was at is kind of.
The Bill Simmons Podcast
"ted brown" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"If I was a sixers fan, I'd be kind of tormented by the hardened piece of this. Because I can see it, right? It's so seductive. Such a sexy move. James Harden embiid on paper. We have two of the best ten guys. I just don't know if I trust harden. And Jackie, what do we make of Hardin is unhappy within a year? And now they're saying, no, no, he's not unhappy, but we've come on. This is the smoke stage. But you know what, I'll say, I'm gonna stick up for harden now. Just confuse just to confuse our listeners. So the great thing about harden when this all happened last year, he went there, and I thought, I think you and I were like, I don't know. How's this going to work? But he was the adult in the room. He just was. Everybody said it. All the coaches, the players I was on the road with them for that Milwaukee series when everything went all the wheels fell off because Kyrie got hurt and everything. But everybody was telling me the same thing. You know, James Harden's the one holding people accountable. He's the one that's pulling the young guys to the side. He doesn't care about scoring. Remember, remember last year, he's whipping the ball around. So I give James carton props for that. And then now this year, he comes in, you know, Durant's been hurt, that's nobody's fault. That happens. And then Kyrie's got this weird situation where he's in and he's out, rips out completely and he's in and he's out. And so it's all falling on James Harden again. And that wasn't the deal, you know? That wasn't the deal, because James Harden's not stupid. He knows he's getting older. He knows the miles of revving up, and he also knows of his own reputation, which is by the time you get to the playoffs, he's gassed. So he's like, well, that's not going to happen in Brooklyn because I'm going to have these two other guys. Well, guess what? He didn't have that. So I'm not sure he's I don't think he's like, I hate this place. I want out. I don't think it's like that at all. I just think he's like, man, this just wasn't what I thought it was supposed to be, right? Yeah, and he's also using the leverage of the moment too. Where it's like, if this is just going to happen this summer, let's do it now. And beats playing the best that he's the healthiest out of any star in either team. I guess and by the way, I'm sure that the strained hand and the strained hamstring have to just be killing them. I mean, you really have to feel bad for James Harden. That strained hand, man, it's tough. I mean, Beal has his little injury right now too that has him. Yeah, what's his fun? It's like a ligament sprain in his wrist, yeah. It's not just the injuries, either, though. It's the defensive effort by those guys, too. It's just like horrific. I mean, watch harden for the nets and it's like remember when everybody criticized hard on for being one of the worst defenders and all of the NBA. That's what it's been like this last month. When for a while, he's putting it effort like Jackie said, like 100% right. When I was around the nets, I was surprised how many people were saying, yeah, harden is kind of a leader. He's our voice. He's the guy who sets the tone in practice and keeps the young players in line and communicates with them. It's like all positive stuff that you get from people who don't need to give it to you. And I think with harden, he's in a place now assuming he does go through and at some point does talk to him and that's an expression that he wants out. I think he's at a point like Jackie said. I mean, Kyrie's playing half the games and Kevin Durant has a sprained MCL and we don't know when he'll actually be back. There's naturally concerned if he could reinjure. If you're a harden, you're looking at Joel embiid and you're seeing that team with Seth curry there and if he stays and everything else, maybe you do jump ship. He showed he could jump ship from Houston, why not do it again? And remember, you can not can not overplay how important Daryl morey is in all of this. And Ted Brown, I don't know if you noticed had browns with the sixers now too. That matters to James Harden. Those guys laid on the tracks for him. I mean, you talked to Daryl morey about James Harden. You're on the phone with him, but you're wondering if there are tears in his eyes. Like, it's like the way Doc Rivers used to talk about Kevin Garnett. He'd get choked up every time he talked about him. And that's how much Daryl morey feels for James Harden. So don't undersell how important that is to James too. He's a guy that believed in him. My fear would I was thinking about Chris Paul. You know, with that trade now is one of the most bizarre trades in the history of the league, the Westbrook trade, where Chris Paul seemed like it was kind of over for him not even as an MBA guys in all star as an impact guy and that his body just couldn't hold up anymore in the history of the small point guards. That it was just he's moving in a different face and he was a bad salary. And then he went plant based. There's been a ton of stories about this. He changed everything about what he was doing. And now if you watch him this year, he looks as good as he looked in 2012. And it is all based on his thing. He had a thing the other day he's spending a $1 million on his body. He's finding what LeBron did. And it was all stuff. It's all stuff he's been talking about really since before they made the trade because there were stories about that he was doing this before they even did the whisper trade. Right. I wonder with hard and for him to have another act where he's another top 8 top 9 guy. I think it has to be something like that. I don't think he can do the old school 1980s, 1990s arc of an NBA player because I think it's going to the arrow is going to keep pointing down. But if we read these stories this summer by whoever, and it's like, James Harden,.
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"ted brown" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Well, you know, I always say, and I've said this for years in January, I've always say we haven't even seen you. We might not have even seen the Derby winner yet. I mean, you know, these horses are these horses you mentioned, you know, that are leading the standings. I would think Jack Christopher, who was so hyped after winning the champagne, but then he had to miss the breeders cup and Ted Brown. You know, he's got he's got a horse that a lot of people thought was the best two year old heading into the heading into the juvenile. I would put him on that list, but you know, it's so so early. I mean, if someone put a gun to my head and said, which one of these horses do you think will be in the starting aid that turns your doll? I said, well, you better pull the trigger. So that's your any of them. I mean, it's just, again, it's just so early. And I mean, remember, remember 2018, we hadn't even heard it really justify yet. So I'm going to say it's too early to say that any of these guys are going to be the starting game 'cause I don't want to say yeah this horse will definitely be the starting gate, and then we don't see them again ever. How about you? What do you think? That'd be my pick. I was impressed with him. I've watched him train all the time he's in the bar next to me up and Kentucky's in the park next to me now, but he's a very talented horse. And one thing we know for sure, if he does stay on the Derby trail, he'll be the most hyped horse because he'll be an ever unhappy commercial on TV. Yeah, he'll be the poster child. He will be well known. We'll say that. All right, topic number four. And this guy is a two part question. What will racing be most remembered for in 2021? And if you're speaking on behalf of the racing industry, what is your new year's resolution as we begin 2022? Dale? Mine's easy. No bad test in any big races. I'm so sorry, all the best clear, no controversies. What do you think the sport will be most remembered for in 2021? Derby, bad chess? No doubt. Yeah, it's been the dominating story of the entire season and unfortunately it's going to hang a cloud over racing for a little bit. Hopefully we can get past that moving into 2022, but is Dale said no more bad tests, no more positives coming into 22 would be a great new year's resolution. Look at that. Timmy, how about you? Well yeah, obviously unfortunately.
The Final Furlong Podcast
"ted brown" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"To go as a leopard stone. And they were asking me, do you have friends who have been back and forth? And what's required? And the thing is that there is a COVID test that you need to do at the racecourse. Like I'm going racing because my horse by Santos aren't who's having quite the impact this year. I actually killed off Santa sign on the podcast if you weeks ago because Kevin or Ryan said from the last crop of salt the song. I was like, oh, I missed that story. Jeez. And it was quickly corrected on it. By a number of listeners, oops. Sorry about that. Santa Santa is alive and well and having a massive impact on the blood stock market, by the way, for jumpers as well. But my horse. I say my horse, there's a lot of us in the partnership. But in my horse, Scott, which is by Santa San and she runs on Sunday, a third less. So I was shouting to them about it and they were just talking about the standard COVID test that you have to do. Look, I'm double taxed. You just have to prove it at the track. So it's not an issue. I don't find that a problem. I don't have any issue with that. Same as when you go to the cinema. You have to produce your COVID pass. Fine. You know, you move on with things. But the amount of people who have gotten in touch with me who are flying over. First of all, it's a great sign. They just want to make sure that they're going to be okay, getting in. But what a great sign that is that they're choosing to come to leopardstown when they could easily go to any race meeting in the UK. And I know that the leopard star meeting goes on for longer and this great crack, but the Dublin racing festival. You'll know, that's off the charts good. And it attracts such a massive UK crowd as well. Scottish Irish Welch, English, Northern Irish. Like, it's just it's incredible the amount of fans who make their way to leopard sounds of the Dublin racing festival. And so it's the success of this podcast. I mean, I sound kind of dickish saying that. But the amount of listeners that this show gets is mind-blowing. Oh, you should be proud of that, though, but I say, yeah, and I think if you put on good racing and, you know, people genuinely do want to go racing. They think last year kind of showed that people were lamenting the fact that they weren't able to go and we would constantly questioning. When can we get owners back? When can the public come back? And I think all the post race interviews last year with the jockeys, you know, they're not getting asked the question, you know, it's great to be racing. But what are you missing? And there's some other crowd. We're missing the crowd. You know, it's great to win this group one race, but the atmosphere and you know that it's kind of Christmas is a fantastic. You know, it's a lot of fun. It's freezing cold. What is a lot of fun? And there's lots of great spectacles on with the racing and things like that. And I know people who have put the Dublin racing festival into their calendars, people in England who put it in the calendars and they come back and they go to some hanging, but it was fantastic. You know, and things that I thought and I don't realize your friend. So, you know, I think racing has a lot to say. I think there's a lot of positive and positives in racing and I think we can I think we do do some things well, you know, our festivals are fantastic across England and Ireland. And obviously the arc, I'm using is hugely popular as well. And across the world, there are teen examples of festivals that are hugely popular. So yeah, I think we're okay, obviously there's always going to be something that makes you think we're called the introducing a bad way, but in general, I think what we talked about earlier on in the podcast with the sales and trade and everything like that, I think we're doing, I think we're doing all right. I have spoken to Samantha Martin who's 17 year old journalist who's been writing about racing for years, and that podcast is coming out at the weekend. And it's entitled, how do we get young people into racing? Because I don't come from a racing background. And yet, I fell in love with this sport. And part of that was doing a little bit of show jumping until that was taken away from me as a kid. And my mother running a bookmakers and my uncle's love of the sport as well. And it just became infectious. And I remember myself 5 others shout out to Shawnee. Sneaking into the hoppers office because I knew everyone was going, where is it? Where's the TV? I went, I know where there's one. And we snuck into the hopper's office because he was doing metalwork. He was teaching me to work. And in we go, turn on. And we're watching Sheldon. We're watching the champion hardly. Yeah. And the door bursts open. And it's a teacher you do not want to mess with. And everyone just went. Campo is just like, and he is actually subsequently passed away, Sheamus of honor, and he looks at it as stone eyed what are you doing? I just somehow no one else was saying anything to someone had to say something. We're watching the champion hurdles are. Are they off yet? And himself and Ted Brown come in and sit down with us and start going through it and watch the race with us. And they knew we were skipping class and they were talking to us about the races and who we liked and all of us. And a memory like that really stands out for me. It really, if we were kicked out of that room, I missed the champion hurdle. I'd have got it on, you know, I'd have got it later in the day. But the fact that they allowed to stay there. And basically skip class and watch it with them. And then talk to them. In a manner that we never had before really. Ted, we would have but not with shame as God rest him. And it was just a new lease on life. And racing has been, it's been a massive part of my life for a very long time, but it also has a huge fan base and I just think that that fan base needs to be recognized more. So as we come towards the end and we'll let you get back with your life, Elena, which is quite busy, obviously, because you've got horses to bring in at midnight when The Rain is boring. Any of the stallions you've retired. Palace beer is obviously going to be a big one from a junk Austin. Now stands at darley. I thought darley and cool and just turning cool more Jesus. Could you imagine? Darley and godolphin were merging into one and it was all going to be under the one banner. But apparently, not yet. So he's retired. Victor of the dorm. Oh jeez. What's wrong with Victor at the door? What's the door of cost me so much money? Because I listen. I listen to my good friends. Good friend anymore. You still a good friend. He's a friend in fairness. Oh God. That's not so much money. It's not funny. I wouldn't be surprised if I lost the fee 17 and a half €1000 that is standing for Christ on mode. He was such a good thing for the French Derby. Oops. So as he retires to start along with space blues and crucially, you've got if I go back to my cool more obsession of saint mark's basilica is obviously a massive player for them. So saint mark's basilica won 5 group ones in a row. Did you hear her son his final start as a two year old? He wins the French 2000 guineas. The French Derby for the first time ever for a no brain. He takes the eclipse and he took the Irish champion stakes in somewhat controversial circumstances with the form of that then backed up by tanar was amazing running the ark. How exciting should we how excited should we be about saint mark's basilica as a stallion?.
The Final Furlong Podcast
"ted brown" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Following him blindly once again. Idon the hoe is a horse who I think you've ultimately learned now needs soft ground, but he's come out at fast Las on soft ground and one pretty comfortably. Yeah, it was competitive enough race. He's been a bit frustrating. The wind up during the summer definitely I think has helped him, yes, he needs soft ground. Probably not a two mile or even though he won over two mile slash. He's probably two and a half mile. But he was a very good bump a horse lost his way a little bit. But a good start for slash unfortunately, he had a nasty cut, which he will be fine, but it's just taking a while to heal, but hopefully when we get him back racing, again, he can build on false. And get back on track, really? Grains clear glory, we've seen twice this year. October Newton Abbas, where he won first time up, then he ran a cracker at ascot and was drawn from plumpton. How is he coming along? Yeah, he runs atrial Saturday. One that needs to have it like you say them finish second at the form of that race has worked out very strong and hopefully he's got a good chance on Saturday. Here we go. There we go. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Ladies and gentlemen, David 5. David pop those in general. Oh, I did the one. I went for applause, there we go. Once again, once again, that's how I pronounce it anyway. She's a small fellow. Only around the ones for us last season. And ran well, but she was a shell of a horse as they can sometimes be from front. When they come over from France, she had a good sign I should have a wind up. Where she lacks in size, she makes up in heart. She's a feisty little thing. And she's entered at sandell on Saturday, probably go there. Like soft ground and I hope there's a lot more to come from her. She'll be whatever she's in two races at sandbag, both will be competitive. But yes, no, we like she's got a good attitude. And as I said, there's more to come. When you're taking a horse from front, often they tend to be voices who have been beaten and then come over and turn out to be superstars. This is actually where she won her only started France. So as you were saying small and compact horse, but it doesn't mean that she can't excel. And we've timed this recording perfectly because this is another horse that we could see at the weekend. So HEU or E space DE space I or for those of you who can speak French fluently and bizarrely, I got actually in my leaving sir French. How I got an a.m. by leaving her French? I cheated. Did I? Or did I stay the best policy? I actually did cheat in my living and the amazing. Do you know why David? Because it does not surprise me. How dare you? Our business, our business studies, teacher, Ted Brown, walked into the classroom, two weeks before the living story, because you're given a break beforehand. And he's a bookmaker as well. And he asked the maths teacher to walk out. And told her to walk to the end of the corridor. I want to give the class some advice. And I was sitting beside my then girlfriend, Carolina, and now has married with three kids, hello, Caroline. And what a right choice you made, by the way. And he goes, all right, let's give you some advice now for the living search. Right. My wife is an examiner, okay? So I know this now. You know the way that they're going to be proud of that up and down and looking at you. And I'm telling you now, here's what you do, 'cause if you don't know what no, you're not going to know it. Cheat lots. They don't want to catch you. Cheese, race it on your hand, put it in your notebooks, put it into your pencil cases, make an excuse to go to the bathroom and read the books, cheese, all you want lads, the last thing they want to do is ruin your catchy. So we did. We all cheated. So yeah, thanks very much for the extra points. Still found Irish. Innuendo, who comes from Ireland? We can have great fun with this name. But more importantly, how is he doing? And how has he come out of the race of chess now? Is that in du know? In the know of my God, that was a Freudian slip, Jesus. Yeah, he's always he's always been a horse that we thought a bit of a big, quite fragile. Ran well. Chaps. He had improved for that. It was just centered him up again. Probably wanted it further. But if he stays in one piece, you'll be hearing more. I mean, he'll be winning some races for us. And that is innuendo in the Ocado muddy. Israel champ. Another one of our favorites on the final front of podcast. So his form okay, we're talking about a horse who hasn't run since the cheltenham festival of last year of 2020. But that form of soaring glory looks good. I know sorry to already bombed out at the weekend, but I think it's pretty obvious that he needs a strong pace and a big field to be seen at his best. And he'd won his previous start with a very impressive winner of his point to point. That's where he came on to my radar I thought he might be the champion bumper winner. I remember talking to you about him actually and was daring to dream about him for the champion bumper. Alas, it didn't quite come off. But how is he doing? And are we going to see him in the next few months? Yes. He's good for the plan, he picked up a tendon injury, the plan. Is to bring him back in the new year. Obviously, like you say, his form from Asuka is very strong. I don't think he ran up to his best in the champion bumper. Lucky he's always been a very exciting horse and we just excited to get back out on the track, as I say, hopefully get him out of the new year. And he could be anything. Did attended injury come up last season or did it come around a bit? No, no, it came early early last season. So he was nearer run. But unfortunately, it wasn't very much, but it was there. We had to stop. He's a very big horse. You know, he's. And he's very solid. So he puts a lot of weight on his tendons. So it's a case of gaining fit again. Now he's doing lots of swimming. Which is very good for him. And yeah, you know, we'll be excited when he does get back on the track. If you don't mind expanding on that day with the swimming pool aspect of training, Jim bolger has one, which I've been lucky enough to see and as this Willie and Willie has the stream that he walks his horses through as well, which is quite cool. But I was at Gordon Elliott's yard for an open day in the last couple of weeks and they were showcasing as the swimming pool as we yelled over to Warren for more about Sunday. Dive in, dive in one. You almost hit it too. But they are crucial in terms of getting horses fed, particularly getting overfit from an injury like a tendon because back in your Father's Day, he revolutionized things with the new ways of being able to get horses fit and the new surgeries that were used as mister cool comes to mind with stem cell research and so implants. I mean, that was just when that was being mentioned, first of all, I remember somebody writing about it going this is bonkers and the horse comes out and builds up. But it's a different time now. You can get horses back from tendon injuries and even a big bulky one like him. Yeah, yeah. The pole is fantastic for a horse with an tendon injury like that because if the horse is obviously, but instead of doing a 100% galloping with them, you can slightly reduce the risk by maybe only doing 80% gallop in and 20% in the poll..
THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"ted brown" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"The last round, the real defining round, the last round of the fight, till fellow grabbed the hold of himself and behaved like a champion, an act like a champion, and whoop became a champion. So you can't take that away from. But I think everything will point now needs to be pointed out. And at the end of the day, no fight plan at all, obviously. You don't need Colombo to tell you that. You know, I mean, you just told you, but you saw it. No fight plan for the champion and a great fight plan for the challenger. You know, he knew he was going to use the champions going to control range. Does a real good job of just getting out of range and then back in range. And and you know what poor man's version of Manny Pacquiao and his in no ways and insult to camp both. I do not complement he deserved it. He earned it. But not everybody has a physical abilities, you know, the genetic abilities that a legendary iconic, you know, one in 10,000 fighter like Pacquiao has. And but he does it maybe not at that level physically, but the same the same kind of idea, the same idea to say, and some of that might have rubbed off him with all the rounds that he did spiral with Pacquiao. It definitely helped his confidence, known that he could handle any kind of talent. It definitely helped that. But you could see the little Pacquiao was real good, you know, getting out getting in. And composers did a great job of that. Getting out of range and getting right back in quick enough to kinda before you could defend it before you could counter it. He did a great job of that. And I'm sure that that that was partly attached to his experience with the Pacquiao. And creditors trainers to everybody and to his father who was part of the team the management whatever side of it is. But he's part of it, too. That he didn't get in the way. You know, he was only a plus. You could easily argue and it's nothing personal against Lopez guy. We don't want to say anything other than what we see. I wish I didn't have to say that. But he got in a way. He got in a way he didn't. Sometimes the best thing you could do is not get in the way. He got in a way. That takes away. That's negative. So all of them. He used a jab he used his legs without running being set to punch too. Because if he ran a Lopez would attract them down, just walked walked right in. But he was set with a county could give him something to worry about. You know, keep his respect, keep him in his place. Don't let him get, you know, too confident or getting control or getting that kind of rhythm. Get momentum. So his fight plan was tremendous. Don't even mistake he made when he got dropped was he left his head on the right side, literally over here where you're in the lane of the right hand. You're supposed to if you're teaching boxing properly, you're supposed to leave your head on the left side outside the right hand with an orthodox fighter. Not on the right side. And he left it on the right side. He got caught with the right hand, but he showed a great chin all night when he had to. Great hard. You minded me in spots and not I think it was the night that Ted Brown was taking a bit. Obviously, he reminded me of the late great Arturo gatti where he was able to absorb that in a comeback. So fast, absorbing come back so fast. I mean, you might be a great daddy. In that way. Were you surprised that Lopez didn't jump on him more when he had when he knocked him down? Opportunity. But again, that's a good point, Ken. Because again. If you're in a chaotic world, chaos. Which obviously has got to be the world that he's in with the follow like that. And you're in that kind of camp in this chaos and everything else going around. And those simple things are missed, they're not taught. They're not practiced. You know, like, the same mentality, like he walked in that ring, his fight plan looked like it was simply I'm going to walk across the ring. I'm going to hit him. And then I was going to go home. And cartoon. Yeah, I like the father said. One time in the corner, come on, we're gonna be celebrating later. Meanwhile, the sons like losing round they have to round and get banged a bit. We're gonna celebrate like, come on, we're gonna go like that was like that was on the top of the list of priorities. Where there was a bang the bit. It looked like he went through the windshield of a car. He was a mess. A 100%. So now, to your point, how does he miss that opportunity? He was a tremendous amateur fighter. How does he miss that? Because because again, the mentality is already been absorbed. Where, you know, we don't have to pay attention to detail. You know, of course it is that nice doing the things that you have to do. We finally hit the guy finally went down, not just go hit him again. Like it became part of the atmosphere, unfortunately. Like with the chaos with the lack of definition, real definition to what professionalism to what you don't, because anyone who teaches the sport knows, oh my God, how many times I heard these lessons from custom model, okay, teddy, your guy gets a guy hurt. Stay calm..
At The Races With Steve Byk
"ted brown" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"Pp's There's two horses in here. That have got important notes. And you mentioned do kali off that maiden win obviously going to get a tremendous amount of attention crowded trade but Beware tuggle is reentered into this spot for engelhardt and Bill parcells and after the rather Bizarre and embarrassing Scratch weeks ago and olympia add. Take a very special long. Look at olympiad Is going to the that eight to one is going to be slashed in half and Comes back for a three year old debut. This is a serious source that people may have forgotten about and built and bill maher brought speaker. Cornerback already that's eighty random first rate is that real nice Made win over. It's funny because Both of his courses olympiad and Beakers corner caddo river last year before caddo river boca's main by churchill and So one of them's already come back and run well for belmont off the shelf. Now this is a very very intriguing. group Goes is the tenth ahead of the flower bowl. And the jockey club though you know in the flower bowl I won't spend too much time in there. But i you know the the the one thing i will say. We're like goddess. Get closer she might just go wide in here and prove tika but Not horse that. I'm gonna throw out the multi-race ticket i think she's worth a look for the vertical dodic's it might be too much too soon for. I think she's got some outside. It's number seven coach Kasana for ceriga. Though this four year. Old phil kim joy philly. Didn't you know make her debut until january. She's a full sister multiple grade one winning millionaire real solution. I thought her maiden win three starts back. Keenum was real nice. She caught the higher truth. Ran second to and a first rate higher truth. Pretty nice villi for steaks. Villi for Talk and then Last time she went over the distant over the course at saratoga real convincingly louis is going to be taking a look at these people and saying that all these vilis re except for a long shot lovely learned One the lucky one to run from off the pace. I think he's gonna have her for the place and being a good spot turnip or home. She might not be good enough to win. But she's wanting to consider if you're vertical botox number seven coast danna tens. I'm going to the one fourth of the. Roi see him as a cold. Still got big up for belmont Max player you. Now i give him credit for that race but it was sloppy track. He loves what. Track these toronto's to Didn't think it was the best draw and happy saver. I'm just a little bit worried. I know his was on the flop. But i'm just a little bit. You know he. I think is to raise this year. Both been a little underwhelming considering how he ran last fall and So i i think he's a little vulnerable to short price. I like four zero hope Junior alvarado doesn't mess around at the starting to just let it go. I think that i still has You know he's kind of worst at the time of year always looking for type like that like have big upside in improving and have so you know it. Looks like they have some quality to save where else we look at. Where else we look. I'll throw a couple of picks at del. Mar give you a ticket Kentucky downs on sunday in this gianatti. Maybe i i wound up Giving the edge in here to number six seed. I don't think she catches that stronger group her effort last year and the yellow ribbon at You know it's really solid at del mar. The thing i like about are a little bit too. Is that You know she's really run. Well in last two starts at not for a long. She's one four seven stars for ball. I think that right but time was When she passed horses in their belatedly with a step in the right direction. I'm giving her aside from off. The pay and in the del mar derby. I i see that field where you've got fourteen horses than they're all looking to take back a little bit. i ca- catholic mpc splash talent early this year when he won the eddie logan after his maiden win. You know he. He ran second favourite to Rock your world in the pasadena in february and then he wasn't seen again until the la hoya You know he was extremely rank. He was tossing. It said on the first turn his head into the backstretch. You know wound up Tarring at the by the at the top of the stretch but that was a good effort. Forbidden on the comeback. Get those vow. Devia on there. I know that truck is played favorably to close. There's that turf course but it could be a race where he absolutely Get let go by everybody else. Clears them. i think he's got the called. He has taking go on for a long. And i'm going with them. Wire wire in the del mar derby cap compete twelve to one on all right. And then i'll just you know on kentucky down. They opened sunday ground. Derby and okay. I like core values. Right back in the Doing she's four to one on the morning. Line for the all. Or i had her last time in that Against males at ellis park and that preview rate and I think she'll she'll make three straight here through straight stakes twins core values number eight rates. Not done day at ellis park james pause for one second And give everybody a quick primer on your approach to kentucky. Downs banning. Well i mean one thing you know you know. It's the first day of the meat i. I'm just watching to see how the course really plays. I mean impact needs the you know they've gotten rain at times which is At times as as early favorite feeder front running type sources with the pack pickles speed. But you know one thing to take into account is that you know these six and a half furlong sprint are obviously running up a hill For portion so you know. I think one asked i. I'll look to do. It's like courses that are like you know good at a mile like give them consideration at like six and a half per on right. That's because it might be a favorable cutback form well and for the older not just the older because there are two year olds. That are coming back. Three year olds horses. That have run here and run. Well always worth a little extra consideration and as we approach and we'll talk to hammer and a little bit we'll go through The last couple of years. You know. Wesley ward and mike maker certainly vast has had his share of success although He runs a lot of voices and winds just a handful but there are some interesting themes to to this to playing here There are some names that barn. You know chad. Chad brown has typically not really Assaulted at kentucky downs. But you're going to see more of his runners Than ever before. I think he ran. He ran four maybe five times last year and one one three. I think so. Yeah i think. I think going into last year ted brown and i think it only run one before. But you're right. He ran orces. Aries got horses in on sunday monday. I believe i know at least monday. And he An ideal.
At The Races With Steve Byk
"ted brown" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"Closing a marais. Three ten seven in here and it didn't make any sense that gerrymander who obviously obviously the chad brown. Since belmont just had the whole summer to work with this right and this one get ten to one. Yeah i i certainly Slept on this steve. So i take responsibility on that. I was all in on the tam. But that was An fabulous ride and to me. The three never looked like a loser. Inside the sixteenth Mrs weber's very well and i thought Might might finish but kinda flattened out but not bad not bad. i start. And i'm just looking here at the gerrymander. Here's mike welches. Notes finished well without need of any encouragement with salvia from the half. Twenty four forty eight three in one zero two had a turf war to interestingly in on august fifteenth strong looking turf tandem with unraced. Miss you ella from there's a there's a it's kind of an interesting name choice from to kill a mockingbird may ellen not you well From the five eighths Seven thirty seven blah blah. But i mean. Chat to let chad brown and seth go at ten to one seems a little surprising and like i said i'll take. I'm one of those players. It should take responsibility for that. I mean look at three hundred. Seventy five thousand dollar purchase had trouble first time out. I think we both know that. A lot of horses that have erased under the bill. Have an edge on first irs and I i'll take the place money on time but this is all me and a lot of the players There's no way the three shouldn't went off. Its end the one three seven nine ten to one four two one six two one eighteen to one this is going to be a very productive Very productive tote and will will will look up there. You go up. sorry john. Ted brown's just been on fire. The chad brown exact stephen. That's right that's right. I know. Mike catt mike maker. Excuse me had a huge lead in the trainer standings and i've been obviously gulf within a over the last three or four days is chad closed the gap and how much chats blown by these blown by. That's unbelievable. just it's not even it's he'll cruise now from iran it. Yeah no well there. We go and we'll keep an eye. We'll we'll play some raises as we buy time Why do i do see. There's been a couple of Couple of twitter notices the little red feather people part noting that Jeff van dri hookah is a long time Rf partner they're excited for him. I see where Now that yeah there we go so just trying to get a couple of angles on on some of these some of these players. It's a fresh. It is a fresh set of faces other than jose areas and to an extent. Of course the two next generation players justin who starry and chris goodall the You come over here for mitt. Yeah this is alexa alexa zap. We're going to slip. We've been trying to get her on the on the air since friday. She's so nervous. Come here nervous about what. It's nothing to be nervous about and Alexis zap we. Who you know you know from all kinds of all kinds of fun. Things get the stick bike. Actually take the stick is easier And date you. You were doing terrific. I what you end up. I hit the first right saratoga yesterday. A couple more small ones but ended up with one hundred eighteen and just couldn't get over the hump. I this your first. This was your first or second. I thought i wasn't here last year but it was the year before any any you know any further understanding or or experience to layer into. I think my process was definitely a lot smoother. This time. the first year was fairly overwhelming. Just with trying to keep track of all the races. I definitely did a lot of the legwork ahead of time so that i mostly just had to watch odds during the day which definitely made it a lot smoother in the first year. I also had my artwork here and had a booth so i was at entry as well as my art so there was a lot less going on this year. That was definitely helpful. But i don't have a whole lot of regrets. I don't feel. I think you know maybe a couple of errors but i don't think i have a whole lot regrets this year and i'm ready to try again in six months. Well are you. Are you qualified for next year yet. Or i am not but i am pretty far up there on the non-qualified list understand the on the floorboard citing in thirty something. So i should probably be here. How did you qualify for this year. On express their tournaments. Just a was a big saturday kind of a tournament. Yeah for their tournaments. Yeah thank you. I thought your name at the top of the leaderboard quite a bit so i get it confused but i thought it was. We're but it may have been expressed back just to piggyback off. What she said about being here for the first time. I remember coming here for the first time very new to the tournament. Seen just being at the headlights and I was very lucky. Just flying by the seat pants to get to the final sunday or the final day if you will But learning after that first year experience brought back the second year. And you could see that from her. She's i think third off the off the layoffs. She'll be something record with next year. I'm ready talk about you. Mentioned your art and anybody can can find it at alexa zep part and Zap is to peasy ep art at. You've you've been around around the game for now for feels like i don't know the better part of ten years. They use four or.
"ted brown" Discussed on 710 WOR
"7 10 w O R. Mark Simone Show, Mr New York. 7 10. W O R. Well, A lot of people upset about Lou Dobbs Fox business. Supposedly, They're taking a look at Maria Bartiromo. They're looking at Jeannine Pirro all named in this Dominion and Smartmatic in these little lawsuits, and all of that, you know, this is very similar to a couple of years ago, when the MSNBC fired all the hosts who had ever done any of these conspiracy theories about election tampering. Remember Russia tampered with the election? Russian collusion? So remember, they fired Rachel Maddow and all the hosts over there who did that? Which is the more for far out weirder conspiracy theory that the certain cities controlled by Democrats that they over counted the mail in votes or Is that weird? Or what's weirder Russia tampered with the election. Putin and Trump were colluding, which is a weirder theory held by the Trump Putin thing that's kind of far out there. Yeah. And remember, that was you know, if you say Well, there was some election tampering here. The Democrats control certain municipalities. And they way they count you as a crazy conspiracy theory. If you said yes. Putin tampered with the election. Russia Tampin, Russia interfered with the election. Oh, that makes sense. Yeah, that could be Let's hire a special prosecutor. Give me a team of 100. People spend 50 million on a two year investigation. But they'll say, you know, he did. He did find evidence found the three bots that bought six ads on Facebook ones. That was absolutely nothing and let's go to David. Chicago. Dave, How you doing? That's good morning, Mark. I'm doing very well. Thank you. Mark. What came to my attention was ticking clock behind the scenes of 60 minutes by one of its producers, and what really struck me was how Mike Wallace, who was a fierce competitors, stole a story from his son, Chris, and basically said, Oh, get over it, and they didn't speak for a year. Yeah, I know. Thanks for calling Dave. It's a good could you You heard about this book about Mike Wallace, A raving maniac screaming like a nut isn't Hey, was a friend of mine for years. And you know he was on this show every two weeks for years. It was a nicest guy in real life. I didn't work with him in his office on his crew. So you never know. But Joe Barton, you can testify. There are people on the air who, as soon as the mic off are screaming maniacs in the studio. It's just the way they are. Oh, yeah, Absolutely. It's the way the way they work. And when they're not in the studio when they're at home or with their friends, their perfectly fine, But everybody has a way that they have to work in the studio on the air, like some people sues the mic, So if they won't talk, they don't talk there. Quiet. They don't talk to anybody. There's a lot of those. In this other guys, Can we mentioned names? Um, well take. I miss, for instance. Yeah, Soon. Is the Microsoft already screaming for six minutes. Be like a nut for six minutes, then the mike. Remember Ted Brown the morning man. Oh, sure. Yeah. This guy loved head Brown. And it was always good morning. I'm Ted brought it soon As the mike was a few cursing and screaming. He picked up the youngest female intern and scream until she cried and ran from the room. Then he turns it into a nursery school here like this. It was the famous incident we was punching. What was his name? The great reporter Mike whenever they're punching each other blood is coming out of his nose punching Children. The record ends. And also he jumped up. Good morning. I'm Ted Brown. And then now here's the Carpenters Close to Michael. And right back to punching my guys grab. That was the guy. Oh, my God. So yeah, that me that just goes on. So apparently and listen Mike Wallace. I love the guy. He was a great friend and did a lot of stuff for me through the years. What? Maybe he was rough found his own producers. Or maybe it was just this. This guy that wrote the book. I forget his name. And then this guy was mean to him And this guy, you know, it might be him. It's just he worked for a lot of mean people, didn't he? Yeah, but like Katie Couric all these you know, this is not that mean, but I think it's this guy. I think there's something wrong with this guy. Everybody works when they start screaming at him, so it must be him. Anyway, Let's go Toe Vincent in Brooklyn. Vincent, how you doing? Did we lose Vincent? So I was I was there the night stimulant mark.
"ted brown" Discussed on KOMO
"Puyallup. He is an astounding young man. The bus pulls up in the driver, A guy named Frank Washburn greets him as a friend, man. Famous cold. We've heard it reminds you of her. The 40 minutes a day that that we have him. Maybe less way could make a huge impact where the first thing they see the last ones they see. Colton was born four months early. He was £1.3 ounces, He and Nora fought hard to survive. It's been a tough slog for Colton 12 surgeries. He lost a good chunk of his small intestine. Both retinas were detached. He had glaucoma and lost all vision at the age of three. He has been diagnosed with autism, and through it all, there has been music. His dad, Andy remembers. So at some point we got in a little like a toddler little keyboard with, like five keys on it. Would start to repeat sounds back, so we kind of thought he might have a knack for it. Music calmed him at night. So when he was little, he liked to have some bedtime music on in the evenings, you know, while he was falling asleep, so we did a lot of classical music. Keeton listen to songs over and over again, and he tried to replicate them. By the time he was six, he had an innate understanding of harmonics and chords. I don't know. And it made him so happy. She, uh This is called now playing Chopin. I'm just amazed that he's like that. He's my brother because he's so amazing at playing it, but listen as he turned Chopin into jazz Mm hmm. Older sister Morgan takes it all in, but actually getting to hear him play a whole song and thinking back to how far is comments? It's not clear enough. Now it's Z. He's just so amazing, and he's accomplished so much. McCurdy started taking Colton to Ted Brown music because he loved playing all the keyboards. What's this keyboard? What's this one? What's that? Yes, about this keyboard up here..
Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"ted brown" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"Girl in terms of the dialogue. But it's a fabulous show. It's a little murder mystery. It has some dark comedy moments and Worth awash definitely so. Also we're going to have some trump trombone and we'll have an enigmatic english eccentric coming on the way on verve race team. Podcast is episode number fifty four. Keep coming lavar cheese again. So in celebration of joe. Biden's inauguration overseas irish heritage. We're going to have twenty one limerick salute today so the name limerick takes back to five sixty one. Ad is not clear when the are sitting became associated with the verse. form in nine. Seventy seven The loss norse viking king of limerick known as either the limerick dies. Richard the second or sir richard thirst and eleven ninety seven better known as richard lot grants the city of limerick. Its first charter. saint thomas aquinas. Maeve written the first limerick prayer in latin in twelve twenty five and thirteen hundred the ancient anglo saxon old english poem. Summer is a common also known as the cuckoo song is limited like will light. Thirteen twenty two limerick like poem. The line is though wunderlich. Strong is one of the oldest such poems the extent and in fifteen Thirty three queen. Elizabeth credited for writing about the daughter of debate and And then in nineteen sixty five The first irishman fellow ver after drinking ten pint of guinness and reciting rav aboard limerick. Well that's probably maybe two hundred years later than it should have been But that we're going to be celebrating. joe biden with a twenty one Limerick salute today and we We kickoff food this one. There was a young lady named bright. Who travelled much faster than light. She set one day in a relative way and then came back the previous night. Okay so we have all twenty one. Limerick salute to joe biden. We're going to miss mix the dirty with the with the clean hair. Some of these ones would need like a ton of oxy clean to get them clean. they're so dirty. The president's loud process station on his fall to the interns temptation. This affair still moral as long as are all straight screwing. I save for the nation and okay. This one is absolutely. I know it's it's absolutely apartment. I don't all right so let's a look at the once was a man from untuckit. Who's dickerson long. He could suck it. He said with a grin as he wiped off his chin. If my were. I could it okay. Pretty pretty nasty and then Loft on the dirty brigade for now. This is all four. There once was a man called. Sweeney who somehow spill gene on his weenie. Just to be couth. He added vermouth and then slipped his date. A martini people being pulling the wool over my eyes. So people said that prince. Harry went to joe. Biden's inauguration prince. Harry may live in california but he still made a cameo of sorts on. Joe biden's inauguration day in virginia off the biden swearing ceremony in washington dc. He headed to arlington cemetery. Tell everything to the unknown soldier. John davidson staff member. Bill clinton shared a snap on twitter. The former president with his hand on biden shoulder and the around wife hillary clinton and in the background. The show was a large photo with prince. Harry the image was Of gca sussex from his twenty thirty visit the united states which included a visit to arlington cemetery So he wasn't even that but people said he was that harry was i. I didn't think you all's. I think it was just the pitcher but anyway i mean i imagine maybe a photoshop pitcher bernie sanders and his mittens. Next prince haruna absolutely wonderful mittens. Who other bernie Fabulous spended mittens a. I've got a very similar. That are i'm harris tweed and all of oh send you some of those over from from my dad's my dad's farm shop immediately can send those over to bernie and they'll keep you warm fremont winter you know old chap and the lovely to be here on such an auspicious occasion so chest out great pm flaunted and vaccine photocall. If there's any doubt in your mind how hard it is to be a middle aged international statesman long comes yet another challenge the high pressure covid nineteen vaccination photocall one of calls have it easy unfairly. Kamala harris just breezed up to the vaccine with loose blouse and an arm and she hoped it up to get the job job done harrison fill the need to come in a form fitting shirt But there's no simulation that the patient needs to be semi nude. The medic. Didn't not tap the needle as instruc- now looked like tom selleck on the beach in one thousand nine three and that's exactly what the prime minister of greece mid so's takas. The prime minister of greece had dumfries vaccine chair. He basically had a missed. Nineteen eighties a fitted. Pierre cardin shut That showed off his rippling muscles and had the problem and he couldn't so tight he couldn't get it over his shoulder. So i had to take the buddy thing off. Now i mean. I don't think i'm going to have to have a photo call when i have. My vaccine is highly unlikely. But i'm just gonna probably wear loose loose-fitting cardigan that i can roll up the sleeve and i suggest that probably when boris johnson donald trump Going get a vaccine to they. Were something very similar. I wouldn't wear the tight fitting shirt that are that are different. Miss asakusa was wearing the day. I mean he has I mean i was gonna site baywatch bald but David hasselhoff would be a jealous of this of this six. Pack is As not a they always say. There's no meter therapy. And in this case. That's definitely the case. So the reynaud embodied nine hundred seventies vava is back in the electric air to cool. Things happened in nine hundred. Seventy david bowie became ziggy stardust. And i do apologize in advance. I know that one of my very loyal lovely listeners doesn't like david bowie. She sees every time she sees bowie. She thinks as area and Figuring that he was in basically in labyrinth and it it does scare her so i will send you an edited version of the podcast without any mention of the Blonde david bowie anyway. The reynaud launched the the sink sink. A flash of french-style the added to the luster of the continental club britain with the join the following. Yeah very the european adventure gone but the reynaud five. The little hatchback soap-opera in britain everybody from commuters. The boy raises even john. Lumley had one is takes us back to the launch earlier in the week of electric taken france bestselling carbon seventies from the Sympathetic to the towel. Struggling with sagging sales and scandal renos hoping richer hit in the tracks of the new mini v. w. new beetle and theory. Five hundred by tapping baby boomers nas. Dowager have been tar. My grandchildren Is also said to be a high-tech homage to the seventies icon would set the price that many can afford unlike the bmw's expensive tribute to the swinging sixties mini. But anyway. It looks like it's coming in in. The robin is yellow. The doing some of the seventies pastel colors. You never see now Pukes green line green ted brown And then this mustard yellow. Why did they have these anymore. They didn't have the me mine. I remember roger moore in the persuaders driving around in the mustard colored aston martin but what wasted painted aston martin mustard color. It really looks like you've had rubber too much coleman's on your sandwich and you to take to deliver the bonnet But anyway so the renaissance back the is back from the seventy s. And i'm sure many people beginning out there and and purchasing one in the electric style. Okay so we have our twenty-one liberty to joe biden and we have a v limerick today but shortly his cat lets us know the your ass might be massive although while it seems like a fos if you hide it will need to get smaller growed and then We have a scientific limor. Mosquito cried out in pain. A chemist poison. My brain the calls his sorrow was para laura differential trite corps thing. Did i get that right. You know what i think. I need a gold star. I think i pronounced completely ride the try. Poor thane the pain. Let's have one less. Have one more as well. We'll we'll let dismiss the last one. There was a young lady of. Niger smiled as she wrote on a tiger. They returned from the ride with the lady inside. And the smile on the face of the tiger so bs rambling the bramble for the best honey. Using beezus historians might seem like a flight of fancy. But they're honey has provided a new insight into how the british landscape changes the possible years. Research is identified the plants that bees visit most often by analyzing the dna of the pollen grains trapped in honey gathered from the high across the country the results compared with a similar recco made in nineteen fifty two by scientists who painstakingly use microscopes to identify similar honey pollen. The beast is since the study showed a taste of honey altered to white clover known for producing a mild tasting. Honey has been the most important part plan for the insects since the fifties but with fear. Pastas today an increase of herbicides in inorganic fertilizers. It has dropped to second. Place is important. Nectar source now is bramble found in hedgerows and way spaces with results in an amber colored. Runny honey nine shirts floor and taste two relative newcomers. Also important oral say drape i formed in the sixties and himalayan balsam. We should introduce an eight thousand thirty nine and natasha. Their head of the conservation research the national botanic garden well says bass providing a pitcher. Uk's net to resources honeybees are amazing for this if they find an abundant source of go out and forage for that resource very diligent indeed. So big question of view. All of you who are watching the inauguration the day on wednesday and saw bernie sanders sitting on his own With a big old anorak on Looked like it was. He was scott of the antarctic to be honest but he had these most impressive medal. Most impressive mittens But he was he sitting at the back. Did he getting confused or something. Do these sing the back. Look thinking the community hall of something waiting for the bingo korla. I mean. I can imagine him of raising his mittens in the air shouting bingo When it's t number eighty eight or something which is that his age at he's an old chap anyway. isn't it But but i'm sure i mean the whole thing went viral. I'm sure that whoever made those mittens is islam for a huge increase of sales in february. I think everybody will be doing the bernie. Sanders mittens the bernie mittens as they will be now known as the will keep you a warm for any new england winter so with the Do james bond film no time to die delayed yet again till october. Bond fan of villain suspect of ian fleming's great theft. The slate plaque from the grave of the in fleming has been stolen villages near the author's final resting places. The culprit is a james bond. Superfan will maybe a super villain in this case the phlegm The fleming family obelisk in the village of seven hampton swindon carried plaques to the author and his wife amazon casper is stood there fifty years in the grounds ascend. Jane's church but one morning. It was discovered that the plaque featured in the author's name and the latin phrase omnia perfunctory vitae. Premier mazas meaning having enjoyed prizes. You now decay does not being ripped from the stein their visit as being taken by a fan who is obsessed with the bond series and that it may not be recovered fleming naval intelligence officer. Who worked for the as a foreign sunday. Times is buried at the site in nineteen sixty. Four sally houston of the swindon heritage desecrating. The graves awful thing to do. This is one of those places where fans a from all the will make a pilgrimage visit. I mean i think if they're going to find this. I think they need to look at all inactive volcanoes. I think the obelisk will be whipped. Life fell in an inactive volcano. Maybe with white cap resting upon it. That just just sh- chardonnay darker. That's the that's where it is now. In an inactive volcano possibly in japan so british actor christopher biggins laid a golden egg is fifty years too late but today we can give the great british actor some overdue recognition. Thanks to tip from christine phillips. Who's part worked for the agency. That made the i advocate for the crappy cremate in nineteen seventy-one at feature. The john exuberant chicken. Whose feathers were a young actor. Who with a memorable name of christopher biggins. It's true says the darling of the pandemic stage i had such fun flapping around outrageously how unlike the rest of his career begins already. Had experience of animal suits playing bear opposite judi dench in a winter's tale but fritz chicken addition he decided that i play it. Straight is very cautious. Dahlan he said. And i could tell if they were bowled. Then i got up. Gave allowed school. Collect behind an alabaster. Reaganite bought they crept up and gave me the job. So i mean talking of capris cream eggs. I mean i the image i need to breed the image of begins laying and egg any said vague platinum gold silver bronze or or. Maybe even a ten egg or wouldn't egg a distant. Want to think about it but an but how do you eat your camrys chromatic. But i used to be the great advert On the uk During eighty. how'd you eels. I mean people who like you know. Stick their tongue into the insert a tongue into the egg and look out all the goodness it like the you know the fond onto whatever is like a yoke. Isn't it. some people do that. And then i seem people. I don't know how they do it. They they sort of the chocolate to leave The camden i mean. It sounds like a very sticky mess and one way you may have to wear surgical gloves or something to topple that dead and gigging on your handed. I mean that stuff so sticky. I mean you could. You could probably put up wallpaper with With the with the fondant from mccaffrey's cream egg. I mean that's a good idea because ever ever you get bored working from home you can lick the wallpaper and have a taste of the cameras kramer. It'd be absolutely delicious. But anyway. I think i've read the image of biggins langley act now so i should be.
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Clemson's Travis Etienne breaks ACC all-time rushing record vs. Boston College football
"For one player Trevor Laurence tested positive on Wednesday meeting. He was out today against Boston College deejay we angle Ole, the freshmen. Getting his first career start and Clemson spotted Boston College 28 10 lead late in the second quarter. But the Tigers in the fourth still in their thanks to their defence, gave in the offense Chance. Take the lead. Right behind you with a young girl able handed together and they take lead. 32 28 11 30 Go for Don monsters on the Clemson Tigers radio network Travis E T end today with more than 43 yards, breaking the all time league rushing record that was held by Ted Brown. They win it. 30 for 28 coming back from 18 down to Boston College through Yongle. Ole was very good 30 of 41 342 yards and a couple of touchdowns Clemson, now seven and over their game next week. At fourth ranked Notre Dame, Whether they'll have Trevor Laurence or not, that's still to be determined. The Irish just underway