Grandma, What Great Hands You Have: 2/10/17
Sue Martin, a 62 yr old jockey/great-grandma, wins a race at Tampa Bay Downs. Plus, the benefits and challenges of using drones to photograph horse races.
Be My Guest: 2/5/17
Trainer Neil Howard on his Lecomte Stakes winner, Guest Suite, & the equine herpes outbreak at Fair Grounds. Plus, Bob Ehalt on this past weekend's Kentucky Derby preps.
In The Gate #300 - Be My Guest: 2/5/17
Trainer Neil Howard on his Lecomte Stakes winner, Guest Suite, & the EHV-1 outbreak in Louisiana. Plus, Bob Ehalt recaps the weekend's Ky. Derby prep races.
After the Virus: 1/29/17
Fair Grounds Race Course in N. Orleans deals with a deadly equine herpes virus outbreak. Plus, Gary West recaps Arrogate's win in the $12M Pegasus World Cup.
Deal or No Deal: 1/18/17
What if you could lock in odds on a horse, or cash out of a pick 4 BEFORE the final race? Those options exist in other countries. Would they ever be implemented in the USA?
Cracking the Code: 1/4/17
Dr. James MacLeod of the U. of Kentucky describes advances in equine genetic testing. Duncan Taylor of Taylor Made analyzes whether horse owners/breeders are embracing it.
Races of the Year: 12/23/16
We countdown & re-live the best thoroughbred races of 2016. Where does Arrogate's Breeders' Cup Classic victory fall? Did Frosted's Met Mile win crack our top 10?
A Woman's Place : 12/9/16
Aparna Battula overcomes gender bias in her native India to launch a US-based career as a thoroughbred trainer. Plus, Bill Finley is skeptical about the Pegasus World Cup.
Racino Man: 12/2/16
Prairie Meadows racing director Derron Heldt on the evolving relationship of casinos and racetracks. Dave Tuley of ESPN's Chalk website analyzes.
Stemming the Tide: 11/20/16
New ways of harvesting stem cells in racehorses speed up healing, but is the entire process regulated well enough? Guests are Dr. Scott McClure and regulatory attorney Karl Nobert.
In The Gate #292 - Cross Training: 11/11/16
Leading Australian trainer Chris Waller uses out-of-the-box training methods, including dressage, to cross-train his racehorses. Catie Stazak ponders U.S. Horse of the Year.
You Have a Friend in Me: 11/5/16
A Gulf War veteran forms a unique bond with a retired thoroughbred. They paint pictures together, which has healed both of them immeasurably.
Handicapping the Breeders' Cup Part 2: 11/4/16
Will California Chrome cap off a perfect season in the Breeders' Cup Classic? Our expert panel breaks down the Juvenile, Turf, Mile, and Classic.
Handicapping the Breeders' Cup Part 1: 11/3/16
Will the undefeated Songbird rise above her elders in the Distaff? In Part 1, our expert panel breaks down that race, plus the Dirt Mile, Sprint, & Filly and Mare Turf.
Crown Import: 11/2/16
Jockey James Doyle prepares to ride Home of the Brave (Turf Sprint) & Dutch Connection (Mile) at the Breeders' Cup. Ed DeRosa of Brisnet breaks down the Turf Sprint.
Straight as an Arrogate: 10/31/16
Trainer Bob Baffert discusses his Breeders' Cup runners. His headliner is Travers winner Arrogate, who will challenge California Chrome in the Classic.
May the Schwartz be with you: 10/30/16
Jockey CJ McMahon prepares to ride Texas Chrome in the Dirt Mile. Owner Martin Schwartz sends out Sea Calisi (Filly & Mare Turf) & Cavale Doree (Juv. Filly Turf).
How California Chrome Changed Their Lives: 10/22/16
The lives of a group of special ladies are changed forever by their hero, California Chrome. Millie Ball of XBTV analyzes Chrome and his Breeders' Cup Classic competition.
Sugar and Spice: 10/13/16
Michael Mellen, co-owner of Breeders' Cup Turf hopeful Ashleyluvssugar, on late partner who appeared on shows like Odd Couple and Laverne & Shirley. Zoe Cadman analyzes BC Turf & Distaff.
Charles Borell Speaks: 9/29/16
Charles Borell speaks for 1st time about the animal cruelty/negligence case involving his daughter, Breeders' Cup-winning trainer Maria, & himself. Charles has taken a plea deal.
Making The Call: 9/26/16
Smart Call endures a 9-month, quarantine-filled journey from South Africa to compete in the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf. Amanda Duckworth looks ahead to the BC Classic.
In The Gate #281 - Every Heartbeat Belongs To You: 9/17/16
We discuss the use of smartphones to detect equine cardiac arrhythmias, plus Ky Derby top-3 Nyquist, Exaggerator, & Gun Runner face each other in the Pennsylvania Derby
In The Gate #281 - Every Heartbeat Belongs To You: 9/17/16
We discuss using smartphones to detect cardiac arrhythmias in racehorses, plus a preview of the Penn Derby featuring the top 3 finishers in the Kentucky Derby.
Seoul Train: 9/11/16
We chat with Joe Dallao, the 1st American owner to race horses in S. Korea. Plus, Gabby Gaudet discusses whether anyone can dethrone California Chrome for Horse of the Year.
Solving a problem Like Maria: 9/2/16
A look at the animal cruelty/neglect case involving Breeders' Cup-winning trainer Maria Borell. Guests include Ky. state official Rusty Ford & volunteer caregiver Angie Cheak.
Why Racing's Epicenter Is in North Dakota: 8/28/16
Why racing's behind-the-scenes epicenter is in North Dakota. Plus, an interview with the mystery man who holds 1 of 12 starting berths in the proposed $12M Pegasus World Cup.
Making Connections: 8/19/16
Owner Paul Pompa Jr sends out Curlin Stakes winner Connect to take on Exaggerator & Creator in the "Midsummer Derby," the Travers. NY Hotlist's Bob Ehalt analyzes the race.
Song of the South: 8/14/16
Owner Rick Porter looks ahead for his sparkling 3-year old filly, Songbird, who runs next in the 8/20 Alabama. Jessica Smith also previews the star-studded Pacific Classic.
Racing's Royal Flush: 8/5/16
Would horse racing in California gain from a would-be legalization/regulation of online poker? We talk with the state assemblyman who initiated the bill, & a poker reporter.
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