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Horse Player Now's Night School - "Fan's Choice - Stars of Racing: Jockeys & Trainers" at 8:30 p.m. ET

Horse Player Now's Night School - "Fan's Choice - Stars of Racing: Jockeys & Trainers" at 8:30 p.m. ET
Straguzzi
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Talking shit about Nebraska's coaching over the years.

Like he knows what the *** he's talking about.

If you're reading this, why don't you go over to Night Svhool and make an appearance, mr horse trainer.

There's some people over there whoknow what they're talking about; maybe you could enlightren them with your big wagers on chalks.

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TexasCracker

Good stuff Joe....so a cameo appearance from the Southern Slimeball??? Sweet! Sabin.....what a friggin tool.

I'm thinking about asking John Sadler if he ever heard of him.

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They'll be previewing Fairgrounds.

9:23
Comment From Joe Straguzzi 
Jeremy, your Fairgrounds preview is next Tues 8:30 ET,?
9:23
Brian Hernandez Jr.: 
We'd love to Amy. Have your trainer call my agent. :-)
9:23
Comment From bdbstr 
Regarding horse ownership, they have 2500 claimers at Los Al
9:23
9:23
Comment From Joe Straguzzi 
Thanks
9:23
Ian Wilkes: 
New York is the most expensive place to race at--cost of living, everything costs more!
9:23
Host - Jeremy Plonk: 
You got it, Joe. The graphic doesn't lie (sometimes).

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9:33
Host - Jeremy Plonk: 

Saturday's live chat for Delta begins at 1:45 pm ET and runs through the entire card. First post is 2:15 pm ET.


9:34
Host - Joe Kristufek: 
Bern Identity: The winner of this year’s Sanford Stakes (Gr. II) at Saratoga has been stabled locally since his rousing three-length victory in the Jean Lafitte Stakes at Delta Downs on October 20. The Kelly Breen trainee recorded his final workout for the $1,000,000 Delta Downs Jackpot last weekend when he breezed a half-mile in 48.20 over a fast track on Saturday morning. The clocking was the fastest of 65 at that distance. Bern Identity will enter the big race as the top earner in the field with a total of $426,000 in his career bankroll.
9:34
Host - Joe Kristufek: 
Hightail: The D. Wayne Lukas trainee will be the first $1,000,000 Delta Downs Jackpot starter for the Hall of Fame conditioner and is expected to fly from Lexington, Kentucky to Houston, Texas on Wednesday morning before vanning to Delta Downs the same day. The colt by Mineshaft breezed a half mile over a muddy surface at Churchill Downs on Tuesday morning in 50.80. Hightail will also mark the first Breeder’s Cup Champion to ever start in the 1 1/16-mile showdown.
9:34
Host - Joe Kristufek: 
Know More: This year’s Best Pal Stakes (Gr. II) hero and runner-up in the Del Mar Futurity (Gr. I) and Frontrunner Stakes (Gr. I) is expected to arrive by flight into Houston before vanning to Delta Downs Wednesday. The J. Paul Reddam owned and Doug O’Neill trained colt will be piloted by jockey Mario Gutierrez. Those are the same connections that won the roses at Churchill Downs after I’ll Have Another’s victory in this year’s Kentucky Derby.
9:35
Host - Joe Kristufek: 
Goldencents: The runner-up to Shanghai Bobby in the Champagne Stakes (Gr. I), who is also conditioned by Doug O’Neill, will arrive with his stablemate Know More and Tree of Life from Southern California via Houston Wednesday. The Kentucky-bred runner will enter Saturday’s race as the least experienced horse in the field with only two starts under his belt. His lone win came at Del Mar in September while making his career debut in maiden company.
9:36
Host - Joe Kristufek: 
Central Banker: The Albert Stall, Jr. trainee is expected to take a van ride to Delta Downs from Fair Grounds in New Orleans on Saturday morning before the biggest test of his career. The son of champion sprinter Speightstown has the distinction of being the first horse ever to be supplemented to the $1,000,000 Delta Downs Jackpot race. Central Banker also holds the distinction of beating Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Sprint winner Hightail. The pair squared off in a five furlong maiden race over the turf at Churchill Downs in late August. Central Banker won that showdown over his $1,000,000 Delta Downs Jackpot rival by a neck.

9:36
Host - Joe Kristufek: 
Tree of Life: The property of West Point Thoroughbreds LLC will take the same journey to Delta Downs as fellow Southern California invaders Know More and Goldencents through Houston via flight and van on Wednesday. Tree of Life will mark the first starter in the Jackpot for conditioner Craig Dollase, whose trainees have earned over $31 million. Dollase is the son of renowned trainer Wally Dollase and the brother of Aimee, who also trains racehorses for a living.
9:37
Host - Joe Kristufek: 

Show Some Magic: The Steve Asmussen trainee has been training at Fair Grounds in New Orleans since his sixth-place finish to Bern Identity in the Jean Lafitte Stakes on October 20. The chestnut colt breezed five furlongs on Saturday morning in 1:01.20 before vanning to Delta Downs on Sunday. Show Some Magic will attempt to give Asmussen back-to-back wins in the $1,000,000 Delta Downs Jackpot after he sent out Sabercat to victory in 2011. Asmussen is the only trainer to saddle multiple $500,000 Delta Downs Princess (Gr. III) winners as he sent out Punch Appeal in 2004 and Four Gifts in 2008.


9:38
Host - Joe Kristufek: 
Mylute: The runner-up to Bern Identity in the Jean Lafitte Stakes has also been spending time at Fair Grounds where he drilled five furlongs Friday morning in 1:02.60. The son of Breeders’ Cup Sprint Champion Midnight Lute is expected to van over to Delta Downs on Saturday morning before his big test later that day. If Mylute is victorious on Saturday it will mark his first win over dirt as his only other tally came on a synthetic surface at Arlington Park on August 11.




9:38
Host - Joe Kristufek: 
Mylute: The runner-up to Bern Identity in the Jean Lafitte Stakes has also been spending time at Fair Grounds where he drilled five furlongs Friday morning in 1:02.60. The son of Breeders’ Cup Sprint Champion Midnight Lute is expected to van over to Delta Downs on Saturday morning before his big test later that day. If Mylute is victorious on Saturday it will mark his first win over dirt as his only other tally came on a synthetic surface at Arlington Park on August 11.

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9:47
Host - Joe Kristufek: 
Tonight’s Night School session once again will be followed at 10 p.m. eastern with an After Night School Special, featuring real-time analysis of the last race on the program from West Virginia's Mountaineer Resort Racetrack and Casino. Night School hosts will provide live input to handicapping those races alongside free live streaming video, courtesy of Mountaineer, and complimentary past performances HERE http://www.horseplayernow.com/cat/nightpps.htm -- courtesy of Daily Racing Form.

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Did anyone read the transcript last night?

They'll be previewing the Fairgrounds meet next Tuesday.

Maybe the Southern Shark will make a cameo appearance & enlighten us all.

Sam Sharkstein aka The Southern Shark aka  ***** ****

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