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US Racing Show
Host Derek Simon of US Racing recaps the final round of Kentucky Derby preps, including the Lexington Stakes and Arkansas Derby, and chats with Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith, who gives his thoughts on the condition of champion filly Songbird and his mount in this year’s Kentucky Derby — Danzing Candy. Smith also discusses how he stays so fit at 50 years of age and reminisces about the great Zenyatta, the champion mare he piloted to 19 wins in 20 career starts. In the Sports Betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com drops by to discuss the NBA playoffs. ABOUT THE GUEST(S) Mike Smith, who was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2003, started riding at the age of 11 and got his jockey’s license at age 16 in 1982. After racing mostly in the Midwest, including a stint at Canterbury Downs (now Canterbury Park), Smith moved his tack to the Big Apple in 1989 and a short two years later he topped the New York jockey standings. In 1993, Smith broke the North American record for stakes victories in a year with 62, including his first Triple Crown series win with Prairie Bayou in the Preakness and a second consecutive score aboard Lure in the Breeders’ Cup Mile. He won his first Eclipse Award for Outstanding Jockey and also took home an ESPY Award as top jockey that year. In 2005, Smith won the Kentucky Derby aboard 50-1 longshot Giacomo and, five years later, he completed his own personal Triple Crown with a victory aboard Drosselmeyer in the 2010 Belmont Stakes. In addition, his 17 Breeders’ Cup wins are a BC record.
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US Racing Show
Host Derek Simon of US Racing recaps the "Super Saturday" Kentucky Derby prep races, along with the spectacular debut of Enola Gray and the not-so-spectacular Santa Anita Oaks win by Songbird. Later, Jonathan Lintner of the Courier-Journal drops by to talk about his background in the Sport of Kings and give his thoughts on the 2016 Kentucky Derby. In the Sports Betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com returns to discuss baseball handicapping and the start of the MLB season. Finally, in the Handicapping segment, Derek analyzes Saturday’s Lexington Stakes from Keeneland Racecourse and the Arkansas Derby from Oaklawn Park.
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US Racing Show
US Racing’s Derek Simon chats with trainer Laura Wohlers about Runhappy’s recent mishap and the ambitious future plans for the Eclipse Award-winning sprinter. In the Handicapping segment, Derek previews the Super Saturday Kentucky Derby preps — the Blue Grass Stakes, Wood Memorial and Santa Anita Derby. ABOUT THE GUEST(S) Laura Wohlers has been training thoroughbred racehorses for her brother-in-law James McIngvale since 1995. Her charges have won 30 of 240 starts and nearly a million dollars in prize money since 1999. She notched her first graded stakes victory on Dec. 26, 2015, when Runhappy won the Grade I Malibu Stakes.
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US Racing Show
Host Derek Simon of US Racing recaps the Louisiana Derby, Dubai World Cup and UAE Derby, as well as Ziconic’s return to the races on March 25. Then, in a special They Said It segment, Derek discusses pace handicapping, including a study by John Meyer that was reprinted in James Quinn’s book “The Best of Thoroughbred Handicapping.” Lastly, in the Sports Betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com shares his thoughts on the Final Four.
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US Racing Show
Host Derek Simon of US Racing recaps the Santa Margarita Stakes, Azeri Stakes, Razorback Handicap and Rebel Stakes. He also discusses the untimely passing of Jeff Lukas. Later, former Bloodhorse writer and current US Racing contributor Margaret Ransom drops by to talk about her long career in the horse racing industry and the upcoming Dubai World Cup. Lastly, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider offers his thoughts on the Sweet Sixteen. Links: “Out of the Darkness” by Tim Layden of Sports Illustrated. ABOUT THE GUEST(S) California native and lifelong horsewoman Margaret Ransom is a graduate of the University of Arizona’s Race Track Industry Program. She got her start in racing working in the publicity departments at Calder Race Course and Hialeah Park, as well as in the racing office at Gulfstream Park in South Florida. She then spent six years in Lexington, KY, at BRISnet.com where she helped create and develop the company’s popular newsletters, Handicapper’s Edge and Bloodstock Journal. After returning to California, she served six years as the Southern California news correspondent for BloodHorse, assisted in the publicity department at Santa Anita Park and and was a contributor to many other racing publications, including HorsePlayer Magazine and Trainer Magazine. She then spent seven years at HRTV and HRTV.com in various roles as researcher, programming assistant, producer and social media and marketing manager. She has also walked hots and groomed runners, worked the elite sales in Kentucky for top-class consignors and volunteers for several race horse retirement organizations, including CARMA. Margaret lives in Pasadena with her longtime beau, Tony, three Australian Shepherds and one Golden Retriever. 
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US Racing Show
Host Derek Simon of US Racing recaps the Big ‘Cap, the San Felipe, the Honeybee and the Tampa Bay Derby. He also gives his impression (not literally, that would be hard) of the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks. Later, Roger LeBlanc, author of “The Lazy Bettor’s Guide to the Kentucky Derby,” opines on this year’s Kentucky Derby contenders and offers his “lazy” take on how to gauge the pace and speed of the various Derby preps. Lastly, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com is back to discuss March Madness. ABOUT THE GUEST(S) Roger LeBlanc, never shy about taking credit or blame, launched the lazybettor.com site shortly after writing “The Lazy Bettor’s Guide to the Kentucky Derby: 3 Easy Angles.” While writing the book, he also devised the Lazy Line™ for betting NFL games. Beginning in week 13 of the 2013 season, the Lazy Line picks went public on lazybettor.com and turned a profit for the span of games from week 13 through the Super Bowl. A former writer for The Racing Times, you can now find Roger’s work at http://lazybettor.com and/or reach him via e-mail at lazybettor@hotmail.com. 
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US Racing Show
Host Derek Simon recaps the 2016 Gotham Stakes (won by Shagaf), Gulfstream Park Handicap (Blofeld) and Santa Ysabel Stakes (Songbird). He also chats with US Racing contributor Casey Laughter, as well as Gwen Crosser, trainer of RB Wild Promise, the horse that lit up the Mahoning Valley tote board on Dec. 28. 2015. ABOUT THE GUEST(S) Casey Laughter has been following horse racing since 2003, when Funny Cide stole her heart and took Louisville by storm. After that, Casey had succumbed to the horse racing bug — and has been unable to shake it after all these years. Casey has visited tracks in Ohio, Kentucky and New York, covering events from a weekend at Keeneland to the defeat of a Triple Crown winner. As a student, Casey is hoping to break into the racing world with her photos and her writing. She has a personal blog named A World Full of Furlongs and a photography portfolio on Flickr named Casey Laughter Photography. She also writes for another horse racing website namedLady and the Track. Gwen Crosser is the trainer of RB Wild Promise, the horse who holds the distinction of paying the most ever to win at Mahoning Valley. Gwen is 23 years old and has been around the racetrack all her life.
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US Racing Show
Host Derek Simon of US Racing recaps the Davona Dale (won by Cathryn Sophia) and the Fountain of Youth (captured by current Kentucky Derby favorite Mohayman). He also discusses the controversy regarding American Pharoah’s first foal. Later, Craig Spencer drops by to share his knowledge of database handicapping and how to bet multi-race sequences. In the sports betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com gives his thoughts on losing streaks and offers his opinion on some NCAA basketball games. GUEST BIO Craig Spencer is a former jockey who began riding at the age of 16 and plied his trade at a variety of different tracks. After his career ended, Craig turned his attention to handicapping and has developed his own method of betting via his numerous database studies. Specializing in multi-race wagers, Craig has had numerous big scores from very small tickets.
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US Racing Show
Host Derek Simon of US Racing recaps last weekend’s Rachel Alexandra (won by 74-1 longshot Venus Valentine) and Risen Star Stakes (taken by Gun Runner), along with Thursday’s Trans Gulf Electromechanical Trophy Handicap (captured by California Chrome). He also discusses the dubious debut of Ziconic, a son of former Horse of the Year Zenyatta. Later in the Program the “Thoroughbred Racing Dudes” — Jared Welch and Aaron Halterman — drop by to talk even more racing and the red-hot Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider is back to discuss the NBA and college basketball. ABOUT THE RACING DUDES Jared Welch (left) Jared is the technical genius behind the Dudes. He’s in charge of all website design, development, marketing and anything technical on the site. Jared is also the host of the “Blinkers Off” podcast. Aaron Halterman (right) Aaron is in charge of all the blog posts, twitter updates, FREE picks, and horse racing research in general. He watches hundreds of races each day and is always looking for the next great horse. 
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
Host Derek Simon of US Racing recaps the El Camino Real Derby captured by Frank Conversation, as well as the Southwest Stakes (Suddenbreakingnews) and the San Vicente (Nyquist). Later in the show, professional horseplayer Jon Stettin drops by to talk about his gambling career and his informative Web site, Pastthewire.com. In the Sports Betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com is back to explain how he handicaps college basketball. Guest Bio Jonathan Stettin always had a deep love and respect for the Sport of Kings. Growing up around the game, he came about as close as anyone to being born at the racetrack. His mother, affectionately known as Ginger, was in the stands at Belmont Park the day before he was born as his father, Joe, worked behind the windows as a pari-mutual clerk. To read more, click HERE.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
US Racing’s Derek Simon discusses Cam Newton’s post-Super Bowl reaction and recaps last Saturday’s Robert B. Lewis Stakes, San Antonio Handicap and Las Virgenes Stakes. Derek also explains how to find value in US Racing’s Kentucky Derby trainer betting. Lastly, Caroline Sumner stops by to chat about her new Web site, US Horse Racing 101. Guest Bio US Horse Racing 101 founder and south Alabama-native Caroline Sumner grew up riding horses in a variety of English sports such as eventing and hunter/jumper. She has had a love of horse racing for as long as she can remember. She graduated from Midway College in December of 2012 with a degree in Equine Studies. Throughout college, she worked on a commercial breeding farm and on the racetrack in various positions that include: barn foreman, hotwalker, and groom. Caroline is an avid supporter of off-track thoroughbreds in their second careers. Caroline resides in Fairhope, Alabama, where she operates this website full time in addition to freelance grooming at thoroughbred sales and A/AA horse shows around the country. Her other interests include bodybuilding and traveling.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
In the I Need to Know segment, host Derek Simon recaps Frosted's big win in Dubai and discusses the demolition of Pinnacle Race Course. Later, Derek chats with the hardest-working harness driver in the business, Aaron Merriman. Aaron talks about his grueiling daily commute to and from the races and what got him interested in Standardbred racing. In the Sports Betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com previews the Super Bowl and even discusses a cross-sport prop bet that he finds interesting.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
US Racing’s Derek Simon discusses the Eclipse Award “snub” and concussions in horse racing. Later, he is joined by former jockey Kate Repp, who talks about her career as a jockey and her surprising hobby. In the Sports Gambling segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com recaps last weekend’s NFL Conference Championship games and gives his thoughts on college basketball and the NBA. Guest Bio: Kate Repp became involved in racing at Longacres and Emerald Downs in her home state of Washington and worked her way up. Her first win was at Bay Meadows on Nov. 4, 2005, aboard Lady Formal for trainer Dennis Ward. Her hobbies include her family and working out and her role models are Robby Albarado and Russell Baze.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
US Racing's Derek Simon chats with former jockey Rosemary Homeister about her riding career and her present venture as a personal trainer at JockeyRose Fit Club. In the Sports Betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider drops by to preview the NFL Conference Championships games featuring New England at Denver and Arizona at Carolina.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
US Racing's Derek Simon discusses the NFL playoffs, including how the Super Bowl odds are determined, along with the triumphant return of California Chrome. In the Sports Betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider gives his opinion on the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
Derek Simon of US Racing talks about “scientific” training methods with thoroughbred trainer Jessie (Howell) MacWhistle. In the sports betting segment, Kevin Rogers breaks down two of the NFL Wildcard games — Pittsburgh vs. Cincinnati and Green Bay vs. Washington — along with the NCAA title game between Clemson and Alabama.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
US Racing's Derek Simon discusses Runhappy's big win in the Malibu Stakes at Santa Anita and Mark Jackson's belief that Steph Curry is hurting the game of basketball. In the sports betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com analyzes some of the big New Year's Day college football bowl games, along with one of Sunday's NFL games.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
US Racing's Derek Simon discusses the Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year controversy as well as the final outcome in the Ruby Queen debacle at Mahoning Valley. In the Sports Betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com drops by to offer his analysis on NCAA football and the NFL.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
Host Derek Simon of US Racing chats with Ken Massa of Handicapping Technology & Research (HTR). Ken discusses his days with the Sartin group and his work with Tom Brohamer, along with how horse bettors can still profit with pace figures in 2015. In the Sports Betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider is back looking to improve upon his 8-4 record following a nice call on the Philadelphia Eagles/New England Patriots game.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
Nationally syndicated handicapper Ellis Starr discusses value handicapping and how to make an odds line with host Derek Simon of US Racing. In the Sports Betting segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com gives his thoughts on USC vs. Stanford, Clemson vs. North Carolina and the Philadelphia Eagles vs. the New England Patriots.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
US Racing’s Derek Simon discusses the recent announcement by Andrew Beyer that his famous speed figures have changed. Derek also explains how teaser betting works and how players can turn the odds in their favor. In the Sports Handicapping segment, Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider drops by to give his thoughts on Stanford vs. Notre Dame, USC vs. UCLA and the San Diego Chargers vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
US Racing's Derek Simon discusses this Saturday's Delta Jackpot and Delta Princess with Delta Downs track announcer and handicapper Don Stevens. They also talk about "bullring" tracks in general and how to handicap them. Derek is also joined again by Kevin Rogers of VegasInsider.com. Kevin gives his thoughts on this weekend's college football games between North Carolina and Virginia Tech, as well as Baylor vs. Oklahoma State. Additionally, Kevin analyzes the Tampa Bay-Philadelphia tilt in the NFL.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
Host Derek Simon of www.usracing.com discusses drugs in thoroughbred horse racing as well as Dallas wide receiver Dez Bryant's latest outburst. In the handicapping segment, Kevin Rogers of www.vegasinsider.com drops by to give his views on sports handicapping and offer some college football, NFL and NHL selections for the weekend.
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US Racing Sports Gambling Show
US Racing's Derek Simon recaps the Breeders' Cup Classic and gives his (final) take on the BC Sprint saga involving the owners of Runhappy and trainer Maria Borell. Later in the show, Derek is joined by Tommy Massis, winner of the Breeders' Cup Betting Challenge, who gives his unique insights on handicapping, wagering... and James A. Michener.
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US Racing Show: 2015 Breeders' Cup Preview Day 2
Host Derek Simon of www.usracing.com and prolific handicapping author James Quinn discuss day two of the 2015 Breeders' Cup.
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US Racing Show: 2015 Breeders' Cup Preview Day 1
Derek Simon of www.usracing.com takes an in-depth look at Day 1 of the 2015 Breeders' Cup with Brian Zipse of Horse Racing Nation.
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