Talkin' Horses

Talkin' Horses, the exclusive horse racing podcast from, has always offered Thoroughbred fans and professionals an opportunity to pose questions to the people who make the headlines. Guests have included owners, trainers, jockeys, industry leaders, and newsmakers from around the world of Thoroughbred breeding and racing.

October 2006 - Posts

Steve Moody: Handicapper

Louisville native Steve Moody picked his first Derby winner at age nine "when the name Kauai King sounded good to me" and made his first visit to a racetrack at 17 and bet on two winners that first day, made $40, and was "hooked on the game thereafter." After attending the University of Kentucky, Steve taught school for six years and ran a small business before returning to Lexington in 1991 to produce... Read More

Murray Johnson: Trainer

[image url=""]Murray Johnson[/image] Murray Johnson, 46, has more than a dozen stakes winners to his credit since launching his training career in 1988. But he has achieved his greatest success and notoriety with his handling of the popular running machine Perfect Drift, the 7-year-old gelding owned by Dr. William Reed. The earner of more than... Read More

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