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Episode 34 of the Horse Racing Show takes you to the world’s largest public Thoroughbred auction, the Keeneland September Yearling Sale. Kenny Rice takes a tour of the grounds, talks with trainers, jockeys and insiders. You never know who’ll you see at the sales as you will see on this show. We are also giving away prizes! Click on the links above to find out more!
3 Hall of Fame jockeys visit the sales: Mike Smith talks about the top ranked McKinzie aiming for Breeders’ Cup Classic and John Velazquez on Code Of Honor winning the Travers and potential Classic showdown. Velazquez also discusses his admiration for baseball Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente and wearing number 21 each race. Smith talks about bidding on a horse for Bob Baffert.
Javier Castellano sizes up Catholic Boy as he gets ready for the Kelso, and about how his career has evolved.
Trainer Norm Casse on building his stable, the importance of being at the sale, the business of the business and his father’s success.
Rogers Beasley former Director of Sales at Keeneland on the time they added the digits to accommodate seven and eight figure sales, the market ebb and flows over the years.
Trainer Mark Casse on the progression of the sales, how and why prices drop over the days, the return of Preakness champ War of Will to the track for the Pennsylvania Derby and possibly meeting again Maximum Security.
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