Monthly archive - October 2013

Trainer Talk with Merrill Scherer and Bruce Brown – October 9, 2013

HRRN’s Trainer Talk show, presented by Fasig-Tipton from October 9, 2013, trainers Merrill Scherer and Bruce Brown talk about their careers.

Equine Forum – October 5, 2013

Mike Penna and Jude Feld broadcast live from Keeneland Race course in Lexington, KY and get ready Keeneland’s Fall Stars Weekend. Special guests include Vince Gabbard, Mark Casse, Michael Hernon, John Gasper, and Steve Castagnola.

Mark Casse Interview – October 5, 2013

Mike Penna and Jude Feld broadcast live from Keeneland Race course in Lexington, KY and interview trainer Mark Casse.

Xpressbet Weekend Stakes Preview – October 4, 2013

From October 4, 2013, Mike Penna, Jude Feld, and Ellis Star handicap the weekend’s biggest stakes races, including the Thoroughbred Club of America Stakes, First Lady, Breeders’ Futurity, Turf Mile, Frizette, Shadwell Turf Mile, Champagne, Santa Anita Sprint Championship, and more, plus give you the “Xpress-Bet of the Day” Call In Show – October 3, 2013

HRRN’s Call In Show October 3, 2013. Hosted by Chad Summers and Ellis Starr.

How Leading Owners Ken and Sarah Ramsey Play the Claiming Game

By Art Parker, author of “Keeneland Winning Trainer Patterns”
(Reprinted with permission from our friends at A Game of Skill)

In a couple of weeks most horse players taking in the Keeneland meeting will think of August 17, 2013 when they hear the name Ramsey. That was the day that thoroughbred owners and breeders Ken and Sarah Ramsey stood high above the world of thoroughbred racing. It was the day they won three Grade 1 races in about one hour. They did this at two of the top venues in racing, Arlington Park and Saratoga Race Course. The Ramseys won the Secretariat Stakes and the Arlington Million in Chicago and the Sword Dancer at Saratoga. Many people were eye witnesses to the feat at those tracks, from all the simulcast parlors and OTB locations in the country and all of those that play the game at home with ADW. But there were more eyes watching as millions of television viewers saw the incredible feat without changing the channel. Read more