17 Burst results for "Tony Dutch"

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:25 min | 3 months ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Value, blood horse dot com slash subscribe. My guest Dave is that Sunny Leone is does not have these kind of travel engagements as much as some of the big name riders and they're probably isn't a private jet at his offering and I did a little looking. It's not real easy to get from South Florida Albany and he can't ride the card today and still get there tonight. Unless he wanted to fly to New York City and drive up. So he's got to fly in tomorrow morning. I don't like the Uber part. It seems like you'd have somebody waiting at the airport for him. But you know what? If for some reason he doesn't make it for the traverse tomorrow, you've got people like Hall of Fame jockey John Velasquez. Jockey Louis size other really big names who were sitting in the room without a Travers mount who I think would be happy to take his place. There are ten flights tonight from 7 30 p.m. and later, leaving Miami and arriving in New York City. It is not hard to get from New York City to Albany. You can do it on a train. You can do it in a bus. You can do it in a car. You can do it in many, many ways. There is no way in the world. If Sunny Leone was my client, that I would be connecting through Charlotte tomorrow for the only really big name horse that you ride. Which probably means that they like the horses he's riding at Gulfstream today that they're not willing to miss any of those races because that's the other thing. He could actually fly into Albany VR good friends at southwest about ten flights from Fort Lauderdale to Albany every day. None of them direct, but if he was willing to miss half of the card at Gulfstream today, he could get there tonight, but there, you know, hey, listen, we're gamblers ourselves. I don't know if I'd gamble with this. But that's what they're willing to do and we'll see if Sunny Leone gets there on time. We certainly wish for safe and fast journey for him tomorrow. All right, speaking of the Travers and the Travers Descartes, 6 graded stakes tomorrow at Saratoga. It's the biggest day of the meat. Not great weather today at Saratoga supposed to be much better weather tomorrow, and I would expect fast main track. I don't know if the turf will be firm, but they should be back on the turf tomorrow. First of the graded stakes is on the turf core stave. It's the grade two Boston spa race number four on the card. Phillies and mayors going a mile and a 16th on the lawn just a field of 5, three Chad browns, a Tony Dutch row and a Mark Cassie. It looks like the Chad brown's are the ones to beat. While Tony Dutch's barn has been ice cold at Saratoga. Mark Cassie has had a perfectly fine meat or flash drive beat lesser last time out. Technical analysis for Chad Brown here is cutting back is coming out of the best race and ran well last year last time out despite being rank in the early going. I think technical analysis is in a really, really good spot here. I don't know that he is a grade one or she is a grade one horse, but she's proven to be a very good grade two horse. And she's facing horses that are great to grade three black types here. I think technical analysis is probably a pinch better than these sources and is unlikely winner. That being said, lemis de, another horse for Chad Brown with her best in this spot. I think could get there. A mile in an 8th, I wonder if maybe that's better than a mile and a 16th for her, but she's a viable second option, but I like technical analysis. And I think technical analysis at even money is probably about right. All right, so technical analysis for Dave, I went to the other Chad Brown training. Number four fluffy socks finished second in the grade three matchmaker two lemurs to last time out. Big rider change, at least as far as I'm concerned, going from Manny Franco to irad Ortiz, and I don't have anything negative to say about Manny Franco. I just think I read Ortiz and Joel Rosario and flavian Pratt, when they're picking up mounts from guys not named irad Ortiz Joel Rosario or flavian Pratt. It's a writer upgrade. And I think going to irad Ortiz may be just enough of a help that fluffy socks can run down technical analysis who may be the lone speed in the field and just gets to lope around for the first three quarters of the Boston spa. 5th race on the card at Saratoga tomorrow is the grade one $600,000 forgo four year olds and up going to sprint 7 furlongs on the main track field of 7, but is it just a field of one day Jackie's warrior one to two on the line? Yeah, I'm interested to watch baby Yoda because every time baby Yoda runs Saratoga, it's mesmerizing last time out ran a much lesser field off the track had that ridiculous incredible race towards the end of the meat in a 2021 Saratoga posted that huge fig three for three at the track, but baby Yoda's never won a stakes race and this race looks like a mismatch to me. Jackie's warrior is a grade one winner time and time again who loves 7 furlongs and who loves Saratoga and the other horses in here have kind of the looks of nice horses but at least at this stage not grade once. Now we would be remiss not to mention Cody's wish number 5 who has run to terrific racist in a row winning a grade three at Belmont winning a stakes race at Churchill downs, both of those were fast. I thought the race Churchill against a couple of good ones and maybe Cody's wish is best cutting back at 7 furlongs here if Jackie's warrior runs a C minus type race, maybe Cody's wish has an opportunity, no doubt you have to use baby Yoda in any sort of exact as or trifectas because this is a horse that just loves Saratoga, but yeah, I'd be pretty surprised if Jackie's warrior doesn't win. the reason speakers corner is out running in the Pat O'Brien tomorrow has something to do with the fact that Jackie's warrior is in the forgo. Otherwise you might see speakers corner in this race, probably means they didn't think they could beat Jackie's warrior and you get it is a win and you're in over in the pad O'Brien at delmar anyway. I'm not going to try to beat Jackie's warrior. I just think he's a better horse this year than he even won his last year and he was really good last year. He is certainly the best sprinter in the country we've seen thus far and I don't see any reason he can't continue his winning ways at a very short price in the grade one forgo. Jump ahead to race number 8 on the Saratoga card tomorrow and this is another grade one event. It's the Alan jerkins memorial. These are three year olds going 7 furlongs for a half a $1 million. We've got a field of 9 here, Dave. Probably another short favorite. I don't think a complete cinch, though. Number 6 Jack Christopher found the Haskell a little bit too far for him going a mile and an 8th shortens back up to 7 furlongs, and he is certainly going to take some beating. He 6 to 5 on the morning line there is no way in the world.

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"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"He did something you don't normally see from two year old first time starters close and pass most to half of the field or pass more than half of the field to get the job done. He not only won, but he won by 5 and a half lengths after being fixed in the early going. And that was at 6 furlongs. He's by candy right out of a bernardini mayor. So I would think the wet track wouldn't hurt him. I would think the further they go wouldn't hurt him. He's probably bred to be a two turn horse eventually in his career, but coming off that 6 furlong maiden win in his career debut and now trying winners for the first time. By the way, all of these have only won a race once with the exception of number 6 general banker who was actually still a maiden despite trying this stakes competition. Interesting maiden, too, for Jimmy Ferraro O for two sprinting on the turf at Saratoga, but both decent efforts and now trying the main track in a state bred steak race, but possibly catching a break if you go with the theory that horses who run well on the turf run well on and off main track and vice versa. I don't think anything's a 100% of the time, but that's kind of it's kind of, I don't know if it's a myth, but it's an accepted belief, a generality when it comes to handicapping is that turf horses like off main tracks and horses who run well in the slop or the mud also run well on the turf. Like I said, nothing is nothing is a cinch, otherwise every winter and every winter would be one to 5 and we'd all have those horses. But we know that's not the way it is. Okay, two year olds have arrived at the starting gate for race 7 at Saratoga. It is the funny side, $200,000 for the New York bread two year old sprinting 6 and a half furlongs, just to feel the 6, but looks like a talented field of 6 starting the loading process acoustic avenue for the Reeves thoroughbred racing and our good friend dean Reeves the first one in his I'm wide awake for the team of Tony dutro and Joel Rosario. Tony Dutch O having a decent year, but not a very good Saratoga meet thus far still looking for her first win up at the spa in 2022. Speaking of looking for their first spa victories this season, trainer Uriah St. Louis who sent out number three belt Parkway, he was a wire to wire winner at parks in his debut facing what you would think would be a little bit tougher competition today. There's certainly some other speed in the race and facing horses who've already won either at Belmont park or up at Saratoga. Donegal surges in the very easy to spot green and yellow blocks of donegal, racing, going in, just two left and yamo a farense, irad, Ortiz, the favorite at three to 5, one from the outside, and the lone maiden in the field general banker with Jose Gomez aboard will complete the line, John embryo with the call of the funny side. There in the gate. And they're off. Is going out for the early lead. And then down on the inside at the rail is acoustic ave, now coming on through is I am wide awake along with belt Parkway. I'm wide awake. Belt Parkway right together on the ammo off forensic on the outside and third and just in behind the frontrunners is acoustic av who's racing in fourth. It's three and a half lengths back to donegal surges and trailing the field is general banker insects. The quarter went in 20 one and one 5th seconds as these two year olds go around the far turn to three way battle up front, the favorite on the yellow off forenses on the outside. I'm wide awake down at the rail, belt Parkway, now dropping back a bit in third acoustic av has come off the rail and now moves up a spot, then comes down to gold surges and general banker who's at the rail, they're at the top of the stretch, the half and 44 and four. It is forensic, general banker, the maiden down on the inside with an 8th of a mile to the finish, and it is forensic, who steps away here, and opens up on the field. On the ammo, forensic, pouring it on here. Donegal surges has moved to second, but no threat for this winter, on the Elmo, alford. Wins the funny side stakes. Presented by rude and riddle equine hospital. Unofficially 5, four, one, 6, in the funny side as the favorite and the Yama off Lorenzo does not disappoint breaks well today under irad Ortiz takes the lead right out of the gate, never looks back ends up going on to win pretty easily one 18 and three fifths the time for the 6 and a half furlongs over the muddy and sealed track over at Saratoga. I'll tell you this. Listen, on the yaml off forensic was clearly the best today. The horse who was second in the race donegal surges is a real horse. This horse can run. He's not a sprinter. He's been running in sprint races because that's what you get kind of this time of year. When it comes to two year old maidens, they're just starting to see some two turn races for some of these two year olds. Donegal surges was nowhere close to beating on the Yama forensic and was never going to beat him today. He got beat about four lengths. He finished second, he was three lengths clear of everyone else, and he was geared down the last 40 yards. This looks like a horse. That's going

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"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:02 min | 3 months ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Dot com and of course be sure to tune into America's day at the races on the Fox Sports channel family of networks all weekend long. All right, Dave, we've got three more Sunday stakes to look at and we'll start at Saratoga, there featured Sunday feature race Sunday rather. Race number 9, the Bolton landing for the two year old Phillies going 5 and a half furlongs on the turf. We've got a field of ten to go to post here. The funny thing was when I first cracked the past performances for this race, I was thinking, all right, two year old Philly's sprinting on the turf, most of them are probably going to be trying the turf for the first time. We're going to have to look at a lot of breeding here as it turns out in the field of pen only one of the ten is trying the turf for the first time. That's number one Sicilian grandma, so where do you go? This one looks pretty straightforward to me. You've got love rains and you've got everybody else. And you can look that in two different ways. You can say, I think this is a vulnerable favorite, and I'm going to play several that I like or even play all try to get a price, or you can just kind of rest on love rains. To me, this Wesley ward two year old Philly was absolutely dominating first time out at keenland, ran against 21 horses against much better horses in Europe, got bent down to under three to one and finished a solid fourth and now comes back to the U.S.. If you're not going to bet love reigns, I think it is wide, wide open, redefined, gets John Velasquez, but Tony Dutch has been as ice cold as you can be at the Saratoga meet. I thought the first one was pretty good. Johnny Vick goes off of Aztec nights for Wayne catalano, who won a couple weeks ago at this spa, but that was restricted race. Number four, Carrie for Christoph command lost to sweet harmony who's in here last time out as a big favorite if you can come up with an excuse, maybe it's carrier, maybe you thought sweet harmony who's two for two and really look good at 12 to one that time makes sense. To me, love rains just looks better than this group. And I have absolutely no idea where to go outside of her. I think love reigns is the one to beat as well. The other one that intrigues me a little bit is dance macabre for Kelsey Danner and Louis syes. I know that she beat a maiden field at colonial and you wouldn't normally think that those races are as strong as the ones up at Saratoga, but the way she did it was really, really good and she came home really fast that day 6 seconds flat for the last half a furlong. So if there is somebody to defeat number two love rains, I think dance macabre would be the one, but I'm going to pick love rains on tap as well. We both like her in the Bolton landing. She should be a solid favorite in that spot. Featured race at Monmouth on Sunday is the sorority. We heard the stretch call of the 1992 edition, one by Hollywood wildcat she would go on to be a very good Philly around two turns for several years after that. We've got a field of 8 two year old Phillies gathering for the mile of fair on Sunday with a $200,000 purse on the line and so far the norm Cassie trainee devious dame has done nothing wrong, my friend. Yeah, I mean, this is a mile race and there's nobody in this field who's gone to turns on dirt. So there are a lot of questions, right? But devious dame is sired by gervin and I believe we saw a gurvin sire last week, Damon's mound run just an unbelievable race and devious names to racists have been terrific one at Churchill won at Belmont first time Lasix, most expensive horse in the field. I think pretty clearly is the most likely winner in here. Among little interested in born dapper for Jonathan Thomas trying dirt for the first time has run very consistently on synthetic and on turf. I don't even know if that is good enough, however, but you could see a mild step forward on the dirt and could run well. Only horse who's gone to turns in this group. Number three, vidyo debut was solid, faced better last time, gets Lasix for the first time, a maybe, but I'm not going to try to beat DV steam. I think that's the most likely winner. I believe devious name is the most likely winner, and I think she's bred to handle the two turns being by gervin out of a quality road. This is the first crop of gervin, so we don't know a 100% yet on the top side, but gervin himself was good around two turns. And on the damn side, you would expect quality roads to be better going long than short, and to me it just looked like the races she's been running short are clearly better than one anyone else's run. And I trust her breeding wise to handle the stretch out to two turns as much or more than the others in this field, so devious dame for me as well in the sorority. By the way, getting back to Hollywood wildcat. I had forgotten how good affiliate this was. Hollywood wildcat was four for four to start her career Dave, including a win in the grade three sorority back as a two year old in 1992. She won the grade one Hollywood oaks as a three year old. She won the del bar invitational as a three year old. She, of course, won the breeders cup distaff as a three year old. She was 6 to 5 that day. Do you remember some of the Phillies that she beat in the breeders cup in 1993? Refresh money. How about paseana was second? Dispute and sky beauty were also in the field. And she ended up getting the best of passing by a nose that the fact that she was 6 to 5 against those other Phillies is one thing, and then of course she goes on and beats them with Eddie Della Hussey aboard boy Hollywood wildcat, she was one tough Billy for urban Marge cowan and trainer Neil drysdale back in the early 90s. Will any of these Phillies including devious Dane be the next Hollywood wildcat? Their connections can only dream, my friend, but you never know the next step is this Sunday in the sorority. Final race we're going to look at is the Sunday feature at del mar's the Solana beach, these are Cal bread Phillies and mayors going one mile on the turf. We've got a nice field of ten going to post here and a race Dave that I think is as wide open as any race we cover this weekend. Yeah, I was pretty surprised when I looked at the morning lines in here. Warren's candy girl was 5 to one. Pulpit rider is 6 to one. Rose Dawson, who I was going to tell you, I thought, was a little bit of an interesting long shot is 5 is a four to one. And barrister is right is 6 to one sassy herb is 5 to one and Eddie's new dream is 5 to two. I kind of had this down to number 8 Eddie's new dream and number four pulpit rider

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"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:18 min | 5 months ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Start off at the spa and they've got two steaks on their Saturday card. We heard coming into the program, the stretch run of the grade three modesty, one by bleecker street. That was her 6th win in a row to start off her career since then. She came back and won the grade one New York, so 7 for 7 as she goes into the grade one Diana race 8 tomorrow at Saratoga half $1 million on the line for the Phillies and mayors going a mile and an 8th on the turf. At first glance, Dave, it kind of looks like the Chad Brown invitational. There are 6 very talented Phillies and mayors in the field, four of the 6 are conditioned by Chad Brown, including the undefeated bleecker street. Yeah, I struggled with this race, Bobby, I initially really wanted to like Rozier for Chad Brown, who lost a bleaker street last time out, but the reading between the lines suggests that rougeau wants more of a softer going and I don't think they're going to have that at Saratoga tomorrow. You know how I feel about horses coming from the Middle East and making that very, very long trip creative flair for Charlie appleby ran and won in the Middle East way back in February hasn't been seen from since horse sexually ran a really good race against Rozier in France back in July of 21 missing just barely by a nose in that race. Creative flair is not going to be my top pick in here, but anywhere close to the 8 to one morning line and I'm very interested. I don't know if the upside on this horse is as high as some of the app will be runners, but the two races we saw in America he went off at or she went off at three to one in both of them and ran kind of so so I think the race it made Don probably was a good conditioning drill. I think second is a four year old creative flair is going to run much better. I'm not going to pick her on top, but I am going to use creative player. I think there's some great value there. The other two chads or who it comes down to me technical analysis and bleaker street and my fear is that technical analysis who seems to love Saratoga two for two at this spa might get in a speed duel with delica with in Italian and I think it sets up for bleecker street. Who I was not a believer in after the races at Monmouth and at the Meadowlands and at Tampa, but boy, if you didn't believe after the win at Churchill downs, you certainly had to after the grade one win at Belmont. I just don't see any Nox with bleecker street and I think she's the most likely winner. I think the only knock could be that she's going to be a shorter price tomorrow than what she has been in some of her starts. But she never runs a bad race. There's no doubt about it. Both you and I thought that roger was the better of the two going into the grade one New York last time out and it looks like jockey flabby and Pratt thought that way as well as he had ridden bleecker street and rougier in their previous starts looks like he chose rougier, who was three to 5 in the New York and just kind of was a flat race. She just didn't look very good at all. I only know this. I don't know if rogier is better than bleecker street. I know she's going to be a better price tomorrow than what she was last time out. And if I thought she was better going into the last race and flavi and Pratt thought she was better going into the last race, I'm going to take one more shot with her at what should be significantly better price tomorrow in the grade one Diana. So it could be the last time I picked roger ever against bleecker street. I hope it works out for me. I'm going with Rozier. Dave going with bleecker street. We both think that Chad Brown and Peter Brandt have a good chance at getting the win in the grade one Diana race 8 tomorrow at the Saratoga. Tenth race on the Saratoga card is the great $375,000 Sanford stakes, the two year olds are going to sprint 7 furlongs on the main track and we've got a full field of 12 Dave. Morning line favorite, pretty good-looking Todd Fletcher two year old named forte. Yeah, forte went off at an enormous favorite and ran just like it first time out back in May at Belmont park Todd is one that Sanford 8 different times, including last year with wit and forte is the most likely winner here for Mike polley and Vinny viola, saint Elias stables. There are a lot of questions in here to me. I don't know what to make of ayamo a forensic for Kelly breen, who put up a huge figure first time out, but it was in the slop and it was against New York breads. There are a lot of things rewatching that race that tell me that horse is a runner. I just don't think I'm as confident as I am forte. I think the same can be said for Brad Cox's horse. Most strike. I'm not sure how good the two races were at Churchill that curly Jack ran in and most strike ran in. Both of them came back kind of in the so, so pretty good type range. They both ran relatively good figs. I want to see another against better competition to kind of go with those horses. I'm a little bit interested in Tony Dutch rose. I'm wide awake at a huge price. I know the fig didn't come back big, but I thought that was a pretty good win at Belmont on June 24th. I think forte is the most likely winner in here. Todd has owned this race. That's the horse I'm most confident in. So that's my pick on top, but it's not a single for me. No, I'm not going to single them either, but I'm going to pick forte as well. Certainly looks like sky rat Ortiz junior could have written either forte or ond Yama a forensic and he sticks with the pletcher trainee forte, not really a surprise there. The other one that I'm going to use is one you mentioned and that's number 5 curly Jack. I liked his win at Churchill last time out. He went wire to wire that day. I think he actually may be the speed of the speed. This is a different than normal two year old middle of the summer stake where we saw it in the sky the other day where it seemed like all of the Phillies were coming off wire to wire wins. This race, there are actually several two year old males who came from at least a little bit off the pace to win in their career debuts. If curly Jack makes the lead in the Sanford, somebody's going to have to be pretty good to get him. Maybe forte is that horse that's good enough to beat him. You and I both picking forte on top, but I'm going to use curly Jack as well. I think he ran better than it even looks in his debut down at Churchill downs. Good addition of the Sanford race ten tomorrow up at Saratoga. Speaking of up, we're going to go north of the border for the first time in the woodbine featured race tomorrow is the $125,000 my deer stakes. These are two year old Phillies going to go 5 and a half furlongs on the all weather main track at what mine, just a short field of 5 here, Dave, but a pretty tough handicapping puzzle.

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"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

08:45 min | 7 months ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Three year olds going a mile and an 8th on the main track and of course a Mylan and 8th on the main track at Belmont is a one turn race, not a two turn race. And at one point, rich strike was going to be in the Peter Pan, but he got into The Kentucky Derby, and of course the rest is history, so no rich strike in the Peter Pan, but a very nice field of 8 set to go the mile and an 8th and the very mild favorite at three to one on the morning line is the Rudolf bras trained. We, the people. Yeah, I think he can go a lot of ways in here. We the people is cutting back to one turn while going the same distance as he ran in the Arkansas Derby and was a non factor in that race. But the prior to going a mile and a mile in the 16th at Oakland were really quite good on his debut by almost 6 lengths came back in an optional claimer and won by 5 lengths and he's one of them in a race that I think you're going to have to play several of them on the rail set sail comes off to pretty good races to pretty fast races finished third first time out in February came back in one by open lengths by more than 7 last time out both of those made in races out Santa Anita faced a total of 11 rivals in those two races electability number two for Chad Brown and Clara vich stables didn't run particularly well, didn't get bet much in a turf debut at Saratoga in August, often till March was bet a little bit and won on March 5th at aqueduct, came back one an optional claimer as the favorite April 8th it and those were pretty quick racist for the $300,000 son of quality road so I think there are a lot of them that are sort of interesting golden glider Cassie, the last two races is just faced much, much better at sand on and classic causeway and running in some of those Derby prep races. This feels open to me, but I'm gonna go with Chad and Clara vich and irad Ortiz with electability, but I certainly won't be single. Okay, I'm gonna go to the rail and number one set sail. There was talk before his debut that he was a good one. And he was bent down to 9 to 5 for Richard Mandela who does not win with a gigantic amount of first time starters. And set sail ran okay kind of a mild third, certainly not a good, not a good effort if you bet him down if you bet him odds of 9 to 5 that day, but a good effort, especially considering that the horses who finished ahead of them both came back in one again in their next starts. It turns out to be one of the better maiden races of the meat at San Anita and set sail also came back in one as you alluded to going wire to wire at a mile. He's drawn favor he's drawn down to the inside, spread to run all day being by Malibu moon out of a medallion door on mayor. Like the fact that he's got four works since his last race, they're all fast works. And this is what I like the best. Dick Mandela does not ship a lot of horses. According to the stats I'm seeing from bloodstock, the ultimate pass performances. He's only shipped 43 horses away from their home base in the last year and a half. And he's winning at a 33% rate with those shippers. So what it tells me is that when he wants when he finds it worthwhile to ship somebody, they're not just doing it to get a little vacation. You know, they're serious. They have a big chance. 33% wins 51% in the money with his shippers much bigger numbers than what he is on a normal basis. So I expect set sail to be a good horse. Whether he wins the Peter Pan, I don't know. I have a feeling this is going to be one of those horses that if he stays healthy for the next couple of years will be a major presence in those handicap races in Southern California. I'm going to take set sail to win the Peter Pan raised 9 tomorrow at Belmont park. Tenth race on the Belmont card is the grade $350,000 Bo gay stakes. These are Phillies and mayors going a mile and a 16th on the turf. We've got a field of 7 here, Dave, and Chad Brown is going to have a big say in this race. He's got the first two favorites on the morning line. The French Philly or rather, well, Irish on this top side, French on the bottom side rougier, who's been running in France even money on the line. Le mysta, who we've already seen here in the states last year, the second choice at 5 to two. And both of them have really big chances. If there's going to be a price in here, I'm a little bit interested in number 6 high opinion for Tony Dutch row second off a layoff. I think the first race this year, the first race since October in April was a workout. I think that was a stretch the legs, a sprint race, the fact that she finished fourth doesn't bother me. And I thought she was making nice strides at the end of last year. I don't know if high opinion is good enough. The other two are the two Chad Brown horses. Le mister has run against some of my favorite horses in the country. The race she ran at Arlington park last time out in August against Santa Barbara and mean Mary, I am totally infatuated with both of those sources. Santa Barbara, who obviously is no longer with us and me and Mary, who is now retired two of my favorites in this division, finishing third behind them doesn't bother me at all. The previous race Saratoga, a grade one race faced off in his altima and some romance, and this race last year, the brigade are really good second to Harvey's little goyle. I think it is very, very good. Roger on the rail, I think is also really, really good. They're both owned by Peter Brant, Rozier, made his American debut or made her American debut in the breeders cup Philly and mayor turf and ran into warlike goddess and loves only you and that group and kind of ran so, so the race is in Europe where absolutely huge. And that's kind of where my decision came down to. I think roger's European form better than le mist is European form. And I give Rozier the slight edge because of that. But I like both of them a great deal. I think this is a very high end addition of the brigade. Yeah, I think those are the two as well. I'm going to go the other direction though and put mister on top for no other reason than she owes me money. I bet out on her last year in the bouquet and she was almost four to one that day. She got beat a half a length. I saved under Harvey's little goyle, but he never make as much saving as you do is that they get the top prize. And I don't know if she was overhead in those two grade ones after that. But other than rougier, she's really not facing that kind of company today. And they've both had plenty of time and have been working forwardly mainly in South Florida with Chad Brown for their returns to the races. If I play horizontally, I would use both of them and I'm going to put le mist on top for the minor upset to defeat her stablemate rogier and what should be a fun addition as Dave mentioned of the grade three bogey race ten tomorrow at Belmont park. Churchill downs has an overnight stake on their card tomorrow night. Of course, they've got late racing tomorrow. It's their downs after dark program and they're featured race is race number 9. It goes at ten minutes after ten Eastern Time. It's the 5 furlong turf, overnight stakes, $160,000 a person. So even though it's an overnight steak, real big purse for the overnight steak, these are three year old Philly's sprinting the 5 furlongs day. We've got a full field of 12 where ginned up. Well, I think Wesley works Twilight gleaming is going to be the favorite and is a deserving favorite and it's the most likely winner. This is a horse that's beaten boys a couple of times. Went overseas and by no stretch of the imagination embarrassed herself. I think Twilight gleaming is special and second off a layoff is going to run a big one. From a price standpoint, I'm a little bit interested in number 9 artos underneath. I thought the race had asked Scott against Twilight gleaming was really, really strong. And the fact that she didn't run great coming back off of that in America sometimes it just takes a race and I think they'll have artos ready coming off a.

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"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:44 min | 9 months ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"And I can't thank you enough for being part of our HR and family each and every week. Of course I'm Mike Pence Barron in the backstretch and very happy to have you with me for the next hour on the show trainers listen to trainer talk presented by phasic tipton here on the horse racing radio network. Today's guest. I think you're going to really enjoy this, especially as we make our way down the road to the first Saturday Today's guest spent 15 years in the saddle before hanging up his tack and moving on to the training side of things. He has been training race horses since 2008 and up until February 26th. You probably wouldn't have recognized his name. But he has saddled over 1600 horses, winning more than 190 races, but he had never experienced the high which came at Oklahoma park 25 days ago. That was when his three year old, the one eyed New York bred un ojo, pulled off a 75 to one shocker in the grade two rebel stakes, and he, along with his trainer, have now set their sights on the twin spires of Churchill downs. Please join me in welcoming trainer Ricky corville, the trainer talk presented by phasic tipton, Ricky appreciate the visit, my friend. Thanks for having me. Man, you think about a 75 to one upset and you think about being on the Derby trail. What's that like, brother? I can't fucking we got one more race of time. We just stay so busy, you know, I try to just not think about it and just keep going. I guess that's the only way to get through it, right? Yeah, yeah. Don't get nervous. Have you gotten nervous a couple of times over the past few weeks? No, not really, not really. It's kind of been busy. We've been moving, have the stable to advance them down. So it's just a busy week. 7 15 over. It's just like 5 minute drive from where we had anyway, but it took a couple of days to get everything settled in. And now we're training two spots. So me and my son have been bouncing back and forth. Yeah. Well, let's not bury the lead here. Let's go ahead and focus on that grade two rebel. It was February 26th at Oakland. Uno. Look, he was 75 to one, but he certainly didn't know that. And he had run some big races in the past. How confident were you coming into how confident can you be with a 75 to one shot and a grade two race? Well, I mean, actually, he was like 12 to one I think more in line, but when we were confident, we liked him. I mean, he run to the races in New York and if you go back and watch it in the stallion state, I mean, he was closing on the winner and the winner come out and bumped him and it was like a ten minute inquiry and I thought he should have won that day. The Tony and then when he went back in the withers, they took him back and he just got way back like 30 out of a 25 minutes out of it and he made up a lot of ground on he was all in all it's really close in that day. So I mean, I think if he wouldn't have been that far back, he would have been a lot closer in the weather. So I mean, I thought he went too good races that had gone to this race. Then he would have a shot, you know? Yeah, and that race in the withers. He finished behind early voting, who is a very promising Chad Brown trainee. A lot of people like him on the road to The Kentucky Derby. And you have to feel pretty confident knowing, okay, not only did we win the rebel, but we maybe would have been a little bit closer to early voting, had we not been so far back in the withers. Yeah, yeah, that's how I felt, you know? When did you first get a sense that uno might be Derby quality? Probably when Tony had him up there to race as he run up there. He really, he really started coming around. You know, over here, when I ran him in Louisiana, I mean, he didn't run with much company, but he did it. So easy. And then we're running back in the stakes. Against we actually win the state with the other horse and he had to qualify. Tis now coat and wait a minute. And he had a troubled kind of rail trip and it was, I mean, only third start. We put him in a steak race and after a sculpt he was kind of full of mucus, but still running for it when I even raised his head to work his way through traffic, but and then the only thing in New York was Italian states that when he went up there, I mean, he really surprised us, you know? The way he ran in New York. Yeah. So that's why I'm kind of started coming around, you know? I think the little steak race here in Louisiana, delta was kind of a really good schooling farm, you know? He took me in everything. And for people, Ricky, that don't know when you mentioned the name Tony. We're talking about Tony Dutch, who had him up there in those starts in New York and that second place finish in the withers that we just talked about. Did Tony say anything to you when the horse came to you before the rebel that he did he call you, give you any kind of advice or tell you a little couple of little secrets about the horse at all? No, not really. He just said, I got a feeling he's going to run good, right? You know, he said, you sent him to me ready to run. I'm sending him back to you ready to run. So I still need to really run good. You know? And then when my son took him up there, the Friday, we trained a couple of days with the day before the race. He called me and said, that is all I could to hold this on today. So you narrowed out like this the old time behind him. So I called a couple owners of mine. I like the gamma. That's a Yelp at him today as he ain't gonna hurt the bad and you know. Wow. We didn't think he'd pay that much, you know? Did you bet him? No, no, I really don't bet. I find that jinx my heart is just not bad. You know, he started his career last October at Keenan and that was an amazing special weight race. He was second to last. He finished 8th of 9 that day didn't get much respect. He was 25 to one that way. That day too. But then you took him right to Delta downs and he breaks his maiden about a month later. At that point, are you thinking, all right, let's get down the road to the Derby. Let's see what we have. Or are you still kind of waiting to see at that point after he breaks his maiden? We were just kind of latency. We ran him back in the state to see what he would stake company here, you know? And then the owners of ice, New York, Brad, so we'll send him a ban. So I went ahead and sent him up to Tony. Some people would say, man, this Ricky corville guy, he's off his rocker. What's he thinking about entering this horse against those forces in the grade two rebel? Obviously we know that it was a pretty shrewd move. Now he goes to what, the Arkansas Derby, that'll be his next stop? Yes. He actually leaves tomorrow. He was supposed to be about today, but we had a bad storm coming through. So we kind of waited it out and he'll leave in the morning and head up there. If I get his last work, Saturday morning, the weather's permitting, and then run on the second, so. What are you seeing from him now coming into the Arkansas Derby as opposed to what you were seeing from him before the rebel? Is it kind of the same? Kind of the same. He's starting to bounce back. He's a little tired after the rebel. He's kind of knocked down from the trip from New York and everything. And then shipped him the next day here to Louisiana. And he was tired for about.

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"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:26 min | 10 months ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Used him very early on in my career and recently once we've had some good mojo he's written a couple versus for me at one winner with him in the two X with the affiliate and just read it a few weeks back and I have a total confidence in him. He's right this meet well he's a great jockey, it's one plenty of big races. So you know we're happy to have him on. Talking to me trainer ray handle here on trainer talk. On the equine forum. I'm talking to a trainer. I immediately go into trainer talk mode. On the forum all presented by twin spires. We talked about this horse and how much he's improved with every single start ray. He breaks his maiden last time wire to wire over a muddy surface at aqueduct. There are going to be people that will draw a line through that race and say, well, hey, he got out to the front. It was a muddy track. It wasn't a legit performance. What do you say to those people that are still questioning his maiden win? We'll find out today, maybe the right. There we go, right? Yeah, I never know. He showed us I mean, he was pretty short in that race. I mean, it's not like you won 15 to one. So, you know, even fast, that's a legit times you carved him out all himself. You know, I know the horse to run second to him. Didn't run so great in his race back here on 7th second yesterday at one to 5, but it was also going one turn. So a little bit different circumstance. So I think we're excited. I think we have the advantage of going the distance before. Yeah. And we have some things working towards our favor. And I think I've run a great race today. How about the similar circle? Inside post position going a mile in an 8th in aqueduct. That's not a bad thing. I'd rather be in the one hole than the central because the turn comes up pretty quick. Plus, I think he's going to he's a horse that had missed the break a couple times in his first two races and had really been working with him a lot through the gate, and he broke sharp last time. And I continued to work with him to the gate from that last race and you know we're going to come out come out running and if he's on the front, I wouldn't mind seeing that either. We touched on this earlier with the characteristics, the things that Derby caliber horses will show trainers and show the people that gallop in the mornings. And you talked about that with the other three that were part of, you've worked with some big names. I mean, you mentioned Tony Dutch. You mentioned Kenny mcpeak. When you're around those types of trainers, what are some of the things that you picked up on that are going to help you as you go back down this road now with your own horse? You got to be a little bit harder on these horses, which is probably why some of these kind of injuries as you go along the road. You got to be a lot more consistent with your training. I like to give days off a couple of times a week will give a jog day or a walk day. With this horse, I'm a little bit more consistent on it. He'll breathe and then he'll walk and then he'll go right back to galloping and just keeping him on a steady work pattern. Just being very consistent, a lot of endurance stuff is important. And not missing any training. Every day is important. When you have these horses that are running in these longer type races where they need to not only have the endurance but has the speed to go at a high clip for a long period of time so you obviously fine tune it a little bit for each horse, but I think we have a good program here. And I think we're going to be able to give them all your needs. 11 horses in that withers later today. So you have ten others that you have to worry about as of now, barring any scratches, size up the competition for me, right? I know you've run against a few of these before. Yeah, you know, as far as I'm I mean, you have to be every horse in the race, but I got my Chad horse, you know, that's the broker's made in first time out. He's a gun runner out of it says now he won't go and turn miles. So she is going to appreciate the stretch out and obviously second time out. He should improve a little bit there. So always concerning, especially when you got a CB in a race, he's always a tough guy to be and obviously colossi coming in off winning the Jerome beat us to back. So, you know, the one thing that will tell you a lot or that I kind of like about the race tactically is that the three who I think are the contenders, my horse and those two will be our similar kind of forward running styles. So they should be one of the situations that I think we're trying to everybody's running right next to each other near each other. Through the majority of the race and we'll just kind of have to see the best horses at the end. You mentioned your other talented three year old from another mother who was one of the greatest names in the history of horse racing, in my opinion. Give me an update on how give me an update on from another mother. He's doing great, man. He runs like a hole through the wind, man. He whistled the other day and bounce out of it and good order. And I think we're going to come back. In the Gotham March 5th. Good. Good. We constitutional lawyer also be looking now, well, it'd be about the right timing. Would he be looking at that race.

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"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:23 min | 10 months ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"A ride it was for constitution lawyer and for Dylan Davis that was back on January 2nd. At aqueduct, John embryo had the call. Cruise to an easy three and a half length win over a muddy surface that day. It was a mile and an 8th, the same distances today's withers. Constitution lawyer is trained by ray handel, who was born in Sacramento, California, grew up in Kingston, Jamaica, but from the age of ten, he knew. This is all he ever wanted to do was be a horse trainer, and now he is in a position with a very talented three year old starting on the Derby trail that could make his dreams come true. We'll see. This interview is presented by the way by our friends at jellyfish water and ray handles with me now here on HR N ray good morning. Hey, good morning man. Thanks for having me on. Yeah, happy to talk with you again. And look, constitutional lawyer, he is talented. He has improved with every career start. Tell me what you've seen from him from even from a very young age. Well, we bought him at keeneland September sale, and he was very raw like talent, I thought he was kind of going through a little bit of a growing spurt. His high Dan was kind of it was higher than the front end, and he just kind of looked a little awkward. But we loved his pedigree. He had all the right points. You want to see what the racehorse is really high forward hip, big gasket, great angle behind it and a good shoulder on him. And I thought, you know, being he's a may full, maybe we take a shot here. We knew he was going to be expensive. He was obviously by constitution and who was bit hot for a while now. So we stretched to our max budget for and we were able to get him. I believe actually Steve asks, it was under better on the horse. And you know, just early on, even when they were breaking in with the farm, we kind of knew he was going to be all right. Nick Kessler at Sanders down in Ocala was breaking him and saying how nice he was, but he was always just a little bit mentally kind of green. He took he took a bit of time kind of coming around mentally even though he kind of had those physical attributes that we always really like. So he actually came in about a month or two later than all of my other babies and you know what they came in. He showed us a lot of time in the morning, but he was always the thing with him was always at the mental game. And that's what I've noticed coming has he's been racing and getting the experience mentally he's really coming around and really putting it together. And I'd say especially since that last race, he's really kind of I think winning just he figured out what his job was and the proverbial light came on. And he's just been very forward, very plugging up my rider, very willing to do whatever we want. And yeah, no, I'm excited. I think he's got a big shot today. As a kid growing up in Kingston, Jamaica, wanting to be a horse trader. Did you ever think ray that one day you would be outbidding the sports all time leading trainer on a young horse at a yearling sale? I've just been dreaming this dream for so long. It's wild that every time I will raise it, I feel like it's a big accomplishment. So I mean, you can imagine doing some of the things that we're doing and we're not going to let anybody stop us. Do you already have a little bit of Derby fever? You know, I've done I've gone down this path with some horses before. I've actually got three different Derby horses I've sat on the horse in The Kentucky Derby when I worked for Tony tetra and yeah. You know, you know, you just got to keep a level head and not get too excited because these horses are just they're like cherries that can just go bad overnight and strawberries. It can go bad overnight. So just trying to keep a level head and go day to day. But yeah, you know, it's exciting. It's exciting to have a horse that's at least as a talent that might have a shot so you make his way there. Because I tell you one thing about Dolores, he's a star, and that's the hardest part, I think, with these having the talents one thing about having a stay or a horse that can go a true two turns is hard to come by these days. Who were the three Derby winners you had the opportunity to gallop? Derby contenders. Nobles promise for Kenny mcpeak. Finish for Tony Dutch and visionary who actually from Michael Matthews actually the first grade one winner that I ever way back in the day. Wow. I actually just sent me a picture of me leading him off sighting him in the bluegrass keelan like that look like I was like 12 years old. So you obviously are very familiar with the characteristics, physically and mentally that it takes to go through the Derby trail to get to the first Saturday in May and be in the starting gate, right? You know those who those types of horses as well. Does constitutional lawyer have some of those traits? And.

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"tony dutch" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:30 min | 11 months ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"8th of a mile ago, clear vision is finding clear vision leads by two value proposition is up into second, but the upset is on the tropical turf to clear vision. So clear vision goes right to the front, Julian le Peru, a beautifully rationed on the front end and gets the win. They claim this horse for 25,000. Two starts ago and clearly pointing for the claiming crown. Trainer Matthew O'Connor gets the horse into the claiming crown runs a good second. It's a $95,000 race. So right there, they get back what almost 20,000 of the 25,000 that they ran because the horse was eligible as a 25,000 star. And this horse had changed hands a few times via the claim box Jeremiah dwyer had the horse. I was claimed for 40,000 by Tony Dutch that claimed bike reg diprima and then of course by Matthew. So jumps the horse into a grade two Julie lepero who it's so funny a lot of the chatter after this and I saw a few of my buddies on Twitter talk about it and I saw other people talking about it. And it's something that comes up. You know, le Peru, writers get criticized for positives and negatives and it's a very resulting oriented business. And I would say that a lot of times when there's criticisms of Julian, it's because he's taking horses back too far and leaving me with either too much to do or behind a slow pace or what have you. But I obviously Ed droves always talks about how he loves jewel and he's the most underappreciated writer in the game. But what I thought was so interesting is I do notice that when he wins wired a wire, everybody brings up the fact. He's very good wired. Very good on the lead and this was certainly one of those occasions just a very, very good front end ride. Wasn't it wasn't left alone, belgrano kind of came up and took a run at him who ended up finishing third at a big price, but got that little bit of distance between them there at the top of the stretch and that was the winning move larger it was pretty far back and obviously the fractions were honest, but in a mile turf race like sometimes you can get away, you know, you can get away with kind of going hot and heavy, not hot and heavy, but you know, honest fractions doling out honest fractions and that's kind of what they did there. And just able to not even last, I mean they were kind of inch and away at the end there from value proposition and large it could only manage fourth and the comment says one paste and the stretch. I mean, you kind of swung out to the outside. They were just never getting to clear vision. But what I was talking about earlier, you know, with firsts, like, this was the first grade at stakes win for Matthew O'Connor. We had Matthew on the show a while back. It was, I want to say it was back in the bed America days. And so if you want to find it, yeah, here we go. Oh no, we had during the pandemic. That's what it was. 'cause I remember that's right. I remember interviewing him from my desk back home, but when I hadn't left the house for a while. But yeah, if you, if you just Google Matthew O'Connor Jason beam, it'll, you know, pop right up, the episode from August no, not August. April 7th, 2020. We talked kind of about his career. In fact, that was when he won his first race. And so to see him with a, I believe he tweeted out a four horse stable to get a graded stakes win at the Gulfstream championship meet obviously a hugely exciting day for him and you know we've talked to a lot of trainers over the years on this show. And you know, one of the things, you know, winning big races like this, I'm always curious to see if it affects someone's business. And I've had trainers say it does and, you know, you've had others say it really doesn't. Certainly, a grade 300 grand. It's not going to get the attention of the masses. But it is kind of cool to see, you know, maybe somebody says oh man, this kid's got four horses and he just won a grade three. We'll send him a horse or two. So, you know, really just thought it was a nice moment and that's always such a fun thing when somebody wins their first race. In fact over at Oakland, there was a trainer who won her first race, look up my notes if I can find it. Yeah, Lindsay Schultz over at Oakland park. I think a long time assistant for shook and got her first win with a ten strike racing at Oakland park. So very, very cool, a little $10,000 claimer if I remember correctly. I was kind of scanning through the channels there between races. But upset win and you know 10,000 climbers, they're run every day at every track and it's nothing that everybody you know is going to remember. I always say this about the everyday races. Like it's important to somebody and there's weeks and weeks and weeks and thousands and thousands of dollars that go into every horse around the country that runs in any race, whether it's a 2500 claimer for a $5000 purse or whether it's grade one. There's just there's so much time effort and money that goes into all of these horses. And so I'm always very cognizant, especially calling races or just talking about them that every race means a lot to somebody. Even though most of us as horse players, you know, if we had the horse we're happy we got our $36 and maybe we hit something bigger later on the day. So maybe it does become a big memory, but for a lot of folks, they probably had the runner up or the third place finisher toss their tickets and moved right on to whatever was next and didn't think twice about it. But really cool for a trader Lindsey stitch to get her first win as well as Matthew Connor getting his first graded stakes win over this past weekend. Why don't we take a quick break now? We come back. We'll talk some aqueducts of San Anita and more it is a weekend recap addition to the JSON beam horse racing podcast brought to you by inspires..

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"tony dutch" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Fact, it really hasn't had any success at naira, but he got kind of hot at Monmouth in the spring, you know, second in the Monmouth in October came back again in the Monmouth in June. You know, there's a COVID thing, but ended up running he was talking about almond or who actually wanted in 2019 and 2020. But, you know, then he runs okay in the united nation behind trip events so they decide, okay, let's send him to Saratoga, get him in a restricted race. He ends up winning that. The Johnson's call. And then they tried the turf classic at Belmont, and he runs pretty good. Second, now, that was The Rock emperor race. And to me, that was a race that just seemed to fall apart. Rock emperor and serve the king were kind of way ahead of everybody else like goofball was third and goofball made that early bid and then kind of level you know, I don't want to stop, but stopped. And so I'm not that high on that particular race. He got a pretty decent speed figure for the effort. But as a whole, I just thought that was not a great grade one. A dish because it just seemed like a lot of the best horses didn't really fire their best shot. And so somebody had to win. Now, certainly rock emperor approved with the blinker change and all that. But it makes me think that this is a decent race to kind of look somewhere else. There's another chat down toward the inside value engineering who's coming off a nice win again a horse who has been chipping away at that optional 80 level finely broke through in a 5 horse field and so obviously a little bit of a question mark there. So channel cat was the other one, I think a lot of people are gonna look at. You know, he's an old veteran. I always been kind of a fan of this horse and I remember saying like kind of wish they would just kind of send him to the lead. They did that in the man of war and then he won, and then he got to the lead in the Bowling Green. And I thought he actually kind of ran a sneaky decent race. He was fourth and he was favored that day, but he was he was bat down the lane in that race, just kind of got a little weary late, made the lead earlier last time at Kentucky down to before fading. There's not a ton of other speed in this race. And so I don't think on optics, he plots out to be on the lead. Like the ones got a little bit of pace, maybe, but it looks like it's channel cats lead to have. I just don't know that he can quite finish the job like he used to be. Now this is a grade two event. It's certainly not some of the tough competition, the cross border, you know, our cloth domestic spending trip of an I mean, you know, pretty good horse. He's not facing any of those. I don't think. So I do think he's a big shot to win. I really do though, like the number ten price talk for Tony Dutch. Tony Dutch had this incredible season, you know, his barn got really small and is now kind of coming back a little bit. We still only have 60 starters on the year. But he's winning, and he's winning at 26%. He claimed this horse for 50,000 off of and Jorge Abreu out of a win and jumped right up to the optional 80 and one very nicely beat shamrock who's in this race and the shamrock is the number 5 in this race who's 6 to one in the morning line. That's part of the reason I wonder if maybe this horse is going to take a little more action at the windows than 8 to one. And that's why when I started talking about the whole locksmith tout joke, I was saying that for a reason because I do think it's entirely possible this horse does not go off at 8 to one. Of course, depends on scratches and conditions and all that. But you're talking about a horse who got off to a very fast start in his career. He debuted from 8 and 75 even he got dequeued, but they jumped him up to maiden special, and he proceeded to dominate at Saratoga in a maiden special weight. So I don't know that they didn't pay much for him, so maybe it was just, hey, you know, we paid 74. Let's win for may 75. They did. He just got d-q'd. But then he wins his first love allowance. They run some stakes company he does okay. And but then next thing, you know, I kind of dropped him, and I always wonder if they maybe just never thought that much of him because of how modestly price they bought him. I don't know, but they dipped him in for 50 and he got claimed and he comes right back and he wins an optional 80 pretty impressively. And so I just think he fits this position really well. He ran pretty darn well at aqueduct. Now he's run third in both starts, but one of those was his first stakes competition. The other one, you know, he just didn't he kind of started getting going. It was just a little too late and Bodhi cream who finished second that day, these types. So I don't know, I just, my initial inclination is to really like this horse, but again, it is, it is price dependent. That's why I always, you know, that's why I was saying. Make sure you get your price, not just. Oh, I love this horse, but if he's four to one, I don't love him as much. The chalukya over at Churchill, the feature under the twins fires out of my line, I said earlier, like it doesn't look like a race where there's kind of a clear cut speed type. Princess causeway has some speed, but it's been on turf. She can't sing and miss bigley like to be forwardly placed. They're certainly not usually FrontRunner types. So what I'm getting at is the early pictures a little bit muddled, and sometimes these races turn out where a few jocks see that and then they send and sometimes it turns out where one of them just goes and gets left all alone. So it is to me a tough race for the closers. It could, of course, develop and you never know, but Sally's kerlin is in here. It didn't sound like curling. Did she win this race or at least run in it? A couple of years ago. I feel like this was like kind of she ran in this race maybe before, but I might be wrong. She kind of finally made a move for. I'm buddies with CJ who's one of the owners and he was just he was talking about she ran second last time. Almost got there. But he was saying he was just so glad to see her kind of fire again because she really hadn't in a while. And some of that is just the way that she runs, right? She just gets so far back. It's hard for those racist to kind of collapse like that hurricane birdie, which was her big career achievement back in March of 2014. So need to see her back in.

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"tony dutch" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"In this horse's performance when it switches circuits. Anthony Dutch ends at high opinion Dutch rose kind of a neat story. His barn had gotten pretty small, obviously, you know, he just kind of I don't know, you know, I don't know if he had gotten it out of it or wanted things to get smaller or what, but, you know, he was obviously a very solid trainer for a lot of years, and it just seemed like a 2018 2019 he was down to I mean at his peak he had 700 starters in 2000 and 8, with 7 million in earnings. I mean, that's big, and he had a run of about one, two, three, four, 5, 6, 7 years, 6 years of over 5 million in earnings, and then it was like 3.7, 2.8, 2.4, which by the way, still a solid year as a trainer. He's obviously having sending out less starters and then 1.3, 1.2. 2018 he send out 48 horses for three winners for 240,000. 2019 sent out 34 horses for three winners for right around the same. Got a couple more starters in 2020 and won one more race, but his earnings were better, and then this year back up to 1.1 million with 16 wins from 55 star ten to 29%. I mean, super good trainer, so it's interesting to see, again, I don't know if that was an intentional thing like of wanting to shrink down. I can't imagine it was to that level. But again, I'm just guessing at this point because for a barn to go from a 176 182 153 wins to three, and then four for over spanner. Ten wins in three years? So it's kind of neat to see. I think it's just a neat story to see Tony Dutch kind of having a bit of a comeback year in high opinion, obviously gives him a very good chance was beaten a dirty nose, but I vied era in the upstream spot shows up here. In the noble dancel. Over to keen Linda. I'm recording shortly after Dennis's moment one. I spent all the time yesterday talking about how horses with the names get over bet and this is I think I still on occasion struggle with this and I think that a lot of people do. We talk about results oriented thinking. And, you know, my initial reaction was, like, of course, he won, and you know, you put him in the winner's circle, this and that and the other. And then I think about it. Like, you know what? He was bent down to two to one from his three O one line. I still think he was an underlay. He had a perfect trip just in behind the battling leaders, tipped out to their outside and gradually barely wore down the horse that was on the front. So it's like, you know, I still think he's a good play against. And, you know, it's so funny on Twitter because everybody, you know, people post a ticket or they post a pick and they're wrong and people, oh yeah, you're wrong, and it's like anybody with a brain knows that this is a long-term grind game. And I think the smart people will see if you're trying to go against who you perceive as a bad favorite, but bad favorites are going to win. They are going to win. And, you know, again, I was reminding myself. No, I think you're right to go against horses like that in the long term. This time he just happened to have a good trip and win. That's all there is to it. But over keenland, the Lexus Raven run, the Saturday feature. 7 furlongs for the three year old Phillies. I love these 7 eighths races and as I said with James, there's some really, really good allowance races and stuff over at keeneland this weekend. The 8th race in particular, I mean, man. $93,000 pot of my own 16th and it's like, you just go through and you know, the rail horse is 15 to one coming out of a $100,000 stakes at Laurel beaten just a half a length, and, you know, has competed well at keenland before. Pirates punch as a graded stakes winner multiple grade stakes winner, shout out Giovanni, one of the owners. You know, big agenda, obviously, coming off of a nice one in Kentucky downs, but, you know, it was kind of a regular steak type before mister dooms very, very talented runner English B, Virginia Derby winner came pretty impressive. I thought last time at colonial thought he was beat at several points during that race and still ended up winning beat hockey amongst others. Who I know hawkish isn't, you know, kind of back to what he was, but just a fun race, spectacular, Jim, megacity. Make a city with a colonial too. Yeah, he was in the buckland..

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"tony dutch" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"And i've got. I've got three words to deliver in in her direction. Embellish the lace if for anybody that sat and watched as tony dutch rose philly wired that alabama. What four or five years ago. Six years ago maybe That's when i looked at those. Pp's i thought. Ooh embellish the lace. Yeah i know. I totally agree. I think that's that's the kind of horse that you you you think of when you see it You know the concern of course is that this might not be quite that good but at least for.

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"tony dutch" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Size field for for one to sink my eighty capping feed into and I lean more toward the to square price. I thought might be able to get a nice Rail trip and you know saving ground and on domani service always a at an angle that the jockey trial practice. He gives us a better chance to win it. It's a it's a very tricky sequence as it happens and that includes the the feature the first level allowance a mile and a quarter on the grass on the inner turf. Course so it's essentially a single circuit and this is this is brutal Tony dutch row has got that three. To one shot high opinion. Joe bravo gets aboard and high opinion. I guess nominally is is the worst to beat Chad's got one coming out. of that Maiden breaker going back to april also At the trip the mile and a quarter. So you know higher truth okay in here but in beyond those two it the the next four Look about the same. you've also got graham motion. I north america try Made in italy this for aaron wellman's clips and partners. It's kind of interesting as got a series of just sort of nondescript works at fair hill so i thought the feature was was a little Was a little tricky. It's actually the co feature. Because the eighth has got the eighth has got a bunch going seven as well including some familiar faces. Like meals for jimmy. Jerkins and Centennial what was what was your other play before Before they actually do want to make a comedy series. I i look. I looked at all moist very strongly. I did quit. The horse on my list but I i still might play out of pocket. But the the number five jail journey a tough time last time out and The the steve asmussen's on enough of this horse. Actually go to don with this for so i really. This is a wake-up possibility. If you're looking to try isolate somebody with a five gallon. Jury tough trip. Last time should have been a trip to they all put in the third before the pick six starts at just the maiden special these are two year olds and is a. It's a six pack. There is some reading here and curious. Just kind of funny chad brown. And seth clark have got gerrymander a three hundred and seventy five thousand dollar into mischief and it happens to be A sibling a half to lone rock. Who won the brooklyn on saturday. And you've also got a sibling. Here is it Let me see is it Is it the five velvet. I think is at velvet sister or is it amazing dream. Somebody else it's Velvet sister the five the stonestreet half a million dollar bernardini That's a half to My boy tape. Who was a very nice new york bred as well. This is a new york bread. That michelle nevin And godolphin co bread together. So that's an interesting third. We're in the second kid chocolate little bit tough He's he's down. The pecking order. But i should run right manny back aboard so safe trip the manny and and the kid today in the second rich rich jiang everybody rich and for pro peck race day las vegas dot com for riches daily analysis and getting geared up of course for the end of santa anita and the start of of the del mar summer rich. Good luck today. i appreciate it. Thanks steve next week. You got it rich and everybody. Nick casado top. Tony black dick powell and ray arsenault the new one of the two new. Nhc fame members. I'll write up the pick six not up there yet. Kind of waiting for the scratches thought Wait for that the right so i'll have it up probably by two thirty or so. Good luck tomorrow. Weekend preview..

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"tony dutch" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"The ones who will blink. And that's what it felt like watching kendrick in the top floor of. He's like yeah. This is what i'm doing. You guys figure out what you're going to do and it's almost like a game chicken if you're if you don't blink. The other guy has a tendency to play. I you win now and then from from the fool The start of the stakes sequence butcher here with the three year old fillies and You had essentially. Everybody was put on the on a not the defensive because they didn't go all that fast but Miss brazil eric cancel. Give him credit for you. Know for grabbing the lead from the inside with miss brazil For tony dutch row and Have your castellano one on chad's on the clarify second time starter and got her engaged right away and stayed within you know within easy reach and that was a thrilling stretch drive was and and again they were forward. They got their position I think obvious really you know proved just how good she is to do that in her second start and and play. Miss brazil's game. Who i think is very talented. Nice to see Anthony nutro you know. Have some good horses again. A guy that just another terrific trainer you till we talk. Jimmy jerkins his dad alan. Will you know.

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"tony dutch" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"They will not start ticket sales so just Hanging the details will come soon enough. And peter will join us here soon enough as well as we wait for peter. I'll mention from yesterday on the akwa duct results front yesterday's racing and that that ruthless as Nick talked about head scratch down but still watching miss brazil. That's a that's a real. This is a real philly She's nice for team day. Tony dutch route. And in fact i should. I didn't I didn't look up to see what What kind of number. Obviously she was going to have a seventy nine buyer but it she was in control pretty much every step when she broke her maiden back in november ninety three so she's capable of going faster if need be miss brazil palace malice bread by market and We'll see Start to look toward bigger bigger and better and more points. And i'm sure seven furlong under the belt and tonio move along. We'll maybe we'll get the tony and let's see what the thought is but she's she's obviously quality of quality filling a couple of things Cup with the nick. That excess capacity right. Excess capacity and mo- desserts in the middle of that card that mo- was a nice effort. The what ran off one by a dozen links A nyquist philly late night staples and You know as nick said it was either you know seemed like it was gonna be her or au gratin. Girl and mo- desserts really didn't didn't allow for any other options just ran off and speaking of which speaking of phillies running off. Lady mystify on friday by eighteen Peter joins us and peter. I know everybody's excited about dream. Shake but you. You had a pretty nice maiden winner with philly on friday yet. Yes yeah she Surprises surprise with.

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"tony dutch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It down. The sun is out. That means spring is coming your way broken down. I knew the Grasse Tyson. She really did hungover over a bloody whatever. I mean, I don't know how it started 20 years ago, but it was It was legit. Question that I kind of went like, Okay. Questions. Yeah. Move on, right. Here we are. Today. It was a full blown damn debate, and it should have been and my son I'm siding with her in this one, which led me to something else that Christmas opposition brought up in on the ground Hog day. And you get us on Twitter. With this. We'll take your tweets are not longer. Come on ESPN Go song right now. If it's ESPN and out of ground hog day, what would be your wake of song every morning Now we're not playing this game because they're too many songs that we like. There's no way we're doing this, but I guarantee they're playing people out there that they could wake up the one song and then I got you, babe. No, it won't be. Sonny's. Yeah, I got you, babe. That's part of the ground Hog Day movie. But if there's a song out there for J. Holloway says Return of the Mack by Mark Morrison. If he could wake up to that every morning. That would be the song. No idea that this return of the Mack There it is. Return of the Mack. You don't even as much weight play that song in this. No, No, I got it. I'm now that you sang it. I know what it is, and I tried to sing it. Yeah, I got it way Go. I got it all right, a little different there than when you say. Well, of course, I hope so. At that point, I can't do that. Mark Morris and I wouldn't be here There is zero chance I could wake up to the same tune everything with you. That's why I said, We're not playing this game that we don't want to. It's just that we're not capable of just picking one song. Everything to get you just go full off like that. That's that would be about day five. There's stuff getting is gonna be thrown through windows. You're better than me after day too. That's enough of that. That would be enough of that. Yeah, well, Metallica, and then that's over. So we're not Twitter. That's s away. Not Twitter, Coleman, ESPN and infants, ESPN and Honor Ground Hog Day. What would be your wake up song every morning? The best way to make the air right here on Freddy and Fitzsimmons. He's in Fitzsimmons on Freddie Coleman. When it comes to this. Amazing story about second chances. This may be a story that you better better pay attention to. That's next. We're back on Wednesday, and we'll get you ready for Super Bowl 55 with my coach Tony Dutch who will tell us about Tom Brady's impact on the Buccaneers in his first season in Tampa. At 9 30 Eastern, she shot.

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"tony dutch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"tony dutch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"He's adding to his legacy, but we know that it's what At least four years ago now Maybe more than Gisele Bundchen sort of publicly talked about wanting him to stop. He was getting concussed regularly in tiny little ways that maybe weren't registering for the public, but we're deeply affecting her and their family. And yet he's back out every year with with an and As we could see, still with great success, so that's interesting to me. And he's doing it by the way While he's the fund money in the house, I was always at the point that out. That's the vacation fund like I mean, there's this element of the risky puts his body through T B. The fund money in the house is just a reminder, though, as much as I joke about it. Of what makes him tick his passion for this one thing and, you know, I go back to some coaches that I've talked to in my life that as they got older, never wanted to be away from the game because they just didn't know what life would be like in that moment. And you know for Brady. Obviously, he's found he's found his thing, and he's doing it better than all the rest of us are doing it. At this age. It's paining Fitzer, Spain, Jason fits were presented by progressive insurance. Meanwhile, while Tom Brady is talking about or at least we're talking about all the sacrifices that he makes. Gronkowski is talking about how he gets out of just wind sprints and workups, right. Tom won't eat a strawberry for three decades and Greg get handled two weeks of wind sprints. On his zoom call. He talked about tricking one of his coaches where they had to send little clips. Just a couple reps to prove that they were doing their conditioning during O T A's from afar. And so he would do them change into a different color shirt. Do a couple change into a different color shirt do a couple so that each day he could send part of a clip and act as if he had done full conditioning workouts each day. It's frankly brilliant. We really do undersell the mind of one Rob Gronkowski, but we wanted to know if you guys had similar stories. The most clever thing or excuse your way that you've gotten out of work, whether it be physical laborer, actual job. We'll get into it a little bit later coming up. The former Packer had some interesting comments about Aaron Rodgers, and we've got some interesting stories about Super Bowls. It's next on ESPN radio. I'm going with you and we'll get you ready for Super Bowl 55 with my coach Tony Dutch who will tell us about Tom Brady's impact on the Buccaneers in his first season in Tampa at 9 30 Eastern Key shot Jay Williamson on ESPN radio. Anyone who has ever needed self storage knows what a has a look and B. You have to rent her, borrow a truck and then find someone to help you move your stuff and let's face it. Moving furniture and heavy items without damaging them isn't easy. Renting the unit is worse. The hidden fees and admin costs are scarier than the dingy facilities. You're leaving your stuff in. Why not use closet box? Instead, closet boxes, self storage without leaving home, They'll pick up your belongings, stored them securely and bring any item back when you need it.

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