Jason opens the show discussing the news of Tiz the Law's retirement and a look back at his career. He also discusses Keith Jones final calls at Parx as he retires from the booth. Then the Year in Review show comes to a close as Jason talks about the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness, the Breeders' Cup and wraps up 2020.
We continue our look back at the year 2020 and make our way through the middle stages of the year. May brought many tracks returning to race including Churchill Downs and New York. Jason talks about the summer months including Belmont Day, his adventures traveling to Grants Pass and Colonial Downs, and much more!
Jason begins his week long look back at the year 2020 in the world of horse racing. From Zulu Alpha and Mucho Gusto winning the Pegasus races in January to Fonner Park and Will Rogers taking center stage in March and April, Jason looks back at the first four months of 2020 in racing as well as on the podcast.
Jason looks back at the weekend of racing from Santa Anita including the big opening day card on Saturday. He discusses Charlatan's win in the Malibu as well as Nashville's first defeat. He also discusses the early Pick 5 sequence, the Mathis Bros. Mile, the La Brea, and so much more!
It's our last show before the short holiday break and Jason looks ahead to some of the stakes action coming up on Saturday as Santa Anita gets underway. He discusses the contenders in the Mathis Bros. Mile, the Malibu, and the La Brea Stakes. Then Jason does his annual holiday reading of the poem Twas the Night Before Christmas.
Jason opens the show discussing the upcoming Santa Anita meet and the good opening day card for Saturday. He also answers some listener questions and talks about examining exotic payoffs, learning to become a better player, and his thoughts on the question of hedging bets in horse racing.
Jason is back to discuss all the action we saw throughout the weekend. He talks about Senor Buscador's big win in the Springboard Mile on Friday night and discusses his odds crashing down from the morning line. Then we talk about Gulfstream Park's big Saturday card, the stakes action there as well as the Futurity at Los Alamitos.
It's Friday and we're looking ahead to the weekend including the the Springboard Mile (3:04) at Remington Park. The Jury then joins Jason (8:59) to give their looks back at 2020 in the world of racing. Jason winds up the show looking (39:14) at the weekend racing action from Aqueduct, Los Alamitos, Gulfstream Park, and the Fair Grounds.
It's Horseplayer Thursday and we're excited to welcome in Ren Carothers (7:05) to the show. Ren and Jason talk about the Tampa Bay Downs meet getting underway, working as the track analyst, utilizing pedigree for 2 year-old and grass racing, and so much more! Jason also teases some of what's coming up on the show during the holiday season and as we close out 2020.
Jason opens the show discussing the news of the day from around the world of racing, including the sad news of the passing of trainer Roger Brueggemann. Then (11:05) we welcome in Walker Hancock from Claiborne Farms to talk about running the historic farm, his life in racing, beating Zenyatta, and much more!
We're very excited to welcome in long time trainer and now bloodstock/jockey agent Gary Contessa (8:05) to the show. We talk about Gary taking jockey Katie Davis' book in New York, his long time training career, and much more. Gary also touches on leaving training in 2020 and the work he's been up to since then.
We're back and looking at the racing action from this weekend including Largent's upset win in the Fort Lauderdale at Gulfstream Park. We also discuss Tax's win in the Harlan's Holiday Stakes and have a discussion on pace analysis how it relates to how the Rampart Stakes played out.
It's Friday and we're looking ahead to the weekend of racing action. Jason is joined by Ed, James, and Scott (11:35) of the Jury to talk about Turfway Park, Gulfstream Park, and some of their worst wager types. Then Jason discusses the upcoming stakes Saturday at Gulfstream Park (52:00) including the Rampart, the Fort Lauderdale, and much more!
It's Horseplayer Thursday and Jason starts the show discussing some of the news of the day from around the world of horse racing. He also discusses some betting and handicapping topics including Pick 3 strategies and layouts, which sequences to choose, and more. He also discusses examining both your winning and losing bets after the fact.
It's a special Horseplayer Wednesday edition of the show. Jason welcomes in Los Alamitos focused horseplayer The Los Al Edge (13:10) to talk about handicapping Los Alamitos night time racing, making your own speed figures, and much more. Then (39:02) Jason discusses the Turfway Park Pick 5 carryover that will run on Wednesday night, discussing the sequence and giving some opinions on it.
Jason opens the show discussing the retirement and career of Bodexpress as well as the passing of Congaree. Jason Blewitt joins us as the feature guest for the day to talk Gulfstream Park, the start of the Championship Meet, Gulfstream Park West, and much more! The guys also have a stirring debate on breakfast cereals.
We look back at the weekend of racing from around the country including True Timber's win in the Cigar Mile. Jason also discusses the track profile from Saturday's Aqueduct card as well as recapping the Demoiselle, Remsen, and Go For Wand. Finally he discusses the Starlet Stakes from Los Alamitos and the end of Princess Noor's racing career after her retirement was announced on Sunday.
It's Friday and we're looking ahead to the weekend on the show. First up (6:00) the Jury joins Jason to discuss Turfway Park opening, Gulfstream's Championship Meet, and what are some small changes racetracks can make to please bettors. Then (41:35) Jason looks ahead to some of the weekend racing action including Aqueduct's Cigar Mile card.
It's Horseplayer Thursday on the show and lots to talk about including opening day at Turfway Park and Gulfstream Park! For today's interview we're excited to welcome in Tyler Hoffman (13:55) from Trip Note Pros to talk trip handicapping, racing in So. Cal. and more. Then (45:25) Jason discusses the news of the day and discusses Pick 4 and 5 sequencing.
Jason welcomes in long time jockey and now agent Joe Steiner to talk about his career in the saddle, his memories of Longacres, and now working as an agent for Rocco Bowen.
Jason opens the show discussing some of the news of the day and then welcomes in Brian Nadeau from the Fair Grounds to talk about opening weekend, working at Fair Grounds, growing up near Saratoga, and more!