Bill Duncliffe discusses all things horse racing. Each episode include parimutuel tips, interviews, recaps, and updates about the Sport of Kings.
Can Do joins In The Money
Pete Fornatale of http://inthemoneypodcast.com/ (inthemoneypodcast.com) joins Bill to talk about their collaboration on the story of Quick Call, his contributions to the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation's Second Chances program and how the program has changed lives. Very excited to have you join us at http://inthemoneypodcast.com/ (inthemoneypodcast.com).
S6 E10: Conversation On Current Topics In Racing Part 2
As we close out Season 6, Bill continues his discussion with AbbyFuller about the state of horse racing today with a look to the future
S6 E9: Conversation On Current Topics In Racing Part 1
Abby Fuller is back with Bill! Join them as they discuss racing today and some of the sights into the future of the sport
S6 E8: Ta Wee Part 2
Join Bill this week as he concludes his conversation with Randy Shulhofer. They discuss how Randy took over for his dad, Scotty and Randy's life after horse racing.
S6 E7:Ta Wee Part 1
This week Bill looks back on the career of Hall Of Hame Horse, Ta Wee. Listen in as Bill discusses this special horse with Randy Schulhofer the son of Scotty Schulhofer, the trainer of Ta Wee.
S6 E6: Abby Fuller Part 2
In this episode Bill wraps up his discussion with Abby Fuller. They discuss her time working with Mom's Command in addition to other stories about her riding career.
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