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.

April 2008 - Posts

Jon White: HRTV Host/Handicapper

A host for HRTV since its inception and a simulcast television commentator from the paddock at Santa Anita and Oak Tree beginning in 1993, Jon White has been involved in racing since he joined the Daily Racing Form in 1974 at Playfair Race Course in his hometown of Spokane, Wash. He also spent three years as a licensed Thoroughbred owner in the 1970s. A 25-year career with the Daily Racing Form took... Read More

Robby Albarado: Jockey

[image url=""]Robby Albarado[/image] Jockey Robby Albarado was born Sept. 11, 1973 in Lafayette, Louisiana. He now lives in Louisville, Ky. with his wife and three children. Like many other great Louisiana riders, Albarado started riding the bush tracks in his home state. He scored his first official career victory in 1990 at Evangeline Downs... Read More

Steve Haskin: Derby Preview

[image url=""]Steve Haskin[/image] With the Derby preps nearly complete, and the field for the Run for the Roses coming into focus, it's time for Blood-Horse senior correspondent Steve Haskin to do his annual Derby Preview on Talkin' Horses. Haskin is an award-winning Turf writer renowned for his Kentucky Derby commentary, with weekly articles... Read More

Dr. Scot Waterman: Executive Director, Racing Medication and Testing Consortium

[image url=""]Dr. Scot Waterman[/image] Dr. Scot Waterman, who is executive director of the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium (RMTC) , received his veterinary degree from the University of Illinois College Of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. After spending eight years as a private small animal practitioner, he redirected his career, graduating... Read More

John & Brad Hennegan: Directors, "The First Saturday in May"

[image url=""]John & Brad Hennegan[/image] After working for others for too many years, Long Island, New York natives and brothers John and Brad Hennegan quit their jobs and started working for themselves on a project that they believed in. Their goal was to make horse racing cool again by telling the stories of the hard-working... Read More

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