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Harness racing driver-trainer Pat Lachance is this week's guest on the Harness Racing Alumni Show.   Pat drops by and candidly discusses his stable, while mentioning to Freddie, Trade and Bob that he has a couple of American Ideal two-year-old's that he expects to be nice racehorses. One of the youngsters he's training, Anthony Perretti and show co-host Bob Marks were the under bidders on at the sale.   His famous driver-trainer dad, Michel "Mike" Lachance, works with his son at the barn on a daily basis. Pat also shares his personal views about the future of American harness racing. It's an interesting broadcast. Listen to it on this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show.   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show      

Harness racing horseman Pete Arrigenna joins Freddie, Trade and Bob as this week's featured guest on the Harness Racing Alumni Show.   Pete just recently resigned his Governor appointed position as a board trustee on the Agriculture and New York State Horse Breeding Development Fund. Arrigenna explains his reason behind his resignation and discusses some of the important issues that face our sport.   He also told us why he wholeheartedly supports the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act and believes that every honest horseman should do the same....!!! All on this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show.   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show

Brent MacGrath of Nova Scotia, the renowned owner and trainer of the legendary World Champion pacer, Somebeachsomewhere, is this week's guest on the Harness Racing Alumni Show.   MacGrath tells some exciting stories to Freddie, Trade, and Bob about how he developed his $40,000 yearling purchase into a world champion, who is now a Hall of Fame racehorse and one of our sports leading stallions. This is an extremely informative broadcast, don't miss it.   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show    

Myron Bell, the extraordinary and outspoken standardbred owner & breeder, is this week's guest on the Harness Racing Alumni Show.   Myron shares with Freddie, Trade and Bob the reason he only purchased one Somebeachsomewhere yearling and that was Captaintreacherous. He praises his trainer Tony Alanga and talks about all his great partners and friends. Don't miss this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show broadcast featuring, Myron Bell.   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show  

"The USTA DOESN'T GET IT, But many In our sport and the Thoroughbred's do"  says the outspoken Steve Stewart of Hunterton Farms.   Steve is our special guest on the Harness Racing Alumni Show this week. Stewart tells Freddie, Trade and Bob the logic & reasoning behind the letter that he and Linda Toscano composed and signed along with over 200 prominent harness racing industry participants in support of the Horse Racing Integrity and Safety Act.   Steve states that If our industry does not change course and immediately get behind this bill, the animal welfare organizations will end Harness Racing. The past has proven that every time we've opposed the thoroughbreds, we have lost...., and when we aligned with the runners, it's been a win-win situation for all racing breeds.   Steve states the following and we totally agree, "We cannot be against integrity and at the same time be pro drugs..!" "The USTA DOESN'T GET IT....." Don't miss this outstanding broadcast...!!   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show    

An urgent interview with Meadowland's owner, Jeff Gural is on this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show.   In the candid discussion, Jeff tells Freddie, Trade and Bob the details behind his decision to exclude any owners and horses from racing at his Meadowlands, Vernon and Tioga tracks who have indicted trainer Rene Allard training horses for them.   Gural then explains his continued efforts to clean up the drug use in our racing and he disclosed that he has rehired Five Stones Investigations, to pursue and further their investigation of our sport. Don't miss this exciting & informative broadcast.   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show      

Diamond Creek Farms Adam Bowden is this week's guest on the Harness Racing Alumni Show. Bowden shares with Freddie, Bob and Trade his story of how he became hooked on harness racing by jogging his first horse (with his grandpa) at the age of seven.   Adam let us know who he believes is his best sire and said he will leave it to the professional sulky pilots to win races for him because he doesn't plan on becoming a trainer/driver. It's all on our informative broadcast of the Harness Racing Alumni Show.   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show    

Native New Yorker, Gordon Banks, is harness racing's world renowned Australian, New Zealand and North American breeder and owner. He makes a blazing return appearance to the Harness Racing Alumni Show with block busting news from Down Under. Gordon also continues his discussion with Freddie, Trade and Bob on the lack of marketing and leadership in the sport of harness racing. Don't miss this outstanding broadcast. From the Harness Racing Alumni Show          

The International Horseman's Voice podcast host, Eric Poders is our guest on this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show. He informs Freddie, Bob & Trade about the difference in racing across the pond as compared to North America. Poders also suggests how our racing in the USA could benefit by adopting some of what the other countries in Europe & Asia are doing. Freddie will be the featured guest on Poder's International Horseman's Voice podcast next week.   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show    

Eric Cherry of OnGait.com, who is a long time standardbred owner and breeder, is our special guest on this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show. He shares with Freddie, Trade and Bob the crazy story of how he rented his house to a Hollywood studio so they could blow it to smithereens for the movie "Bad Boys."   Cherry also gives the inside scoop on his new innovative program of leasing out exceptional broodmares for breeding purposes. If you've got a top stud, Eric's got the perfect lady for him. It's an exciting show from start to finish. Don't' miss it.   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show    

Presiding Judge Dan Kazmaier, a former harness racing trainer-driver, is this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show's featured guest.   He tells Freddie, Trade and Bob the reasons he strongly supports the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act. Dan explains how the new medication and enforcement authority will help judges enforce the rules and help eliminate the cheats. The subject of 'beard trainers' and 'spot-checking' training centers for drugs is also discussed during the broadcast. This candid interview will be of great interest to everyone in our racing industry.   From Fred Hudson, for the Harness Racing Alumni Show

The Weekly Harness Racing Alumni Show Podcast now attracts in the vicinity of 10,000 listeners each week, it was announced by podcast founder and host Freddie Hudson.   "Furthermore, I personally know of some prominent congress offices like Connor Lamb D Pa, Vern Buchanan R Fla, Andy Barr, R Marcy Kaptur D Oh, Donald Payne D NJ, all listened to the John Campbell episode and Congressman John Katko R NY, was a guest on our show and Tucker Carlson of Fox News tunes in on a regular basis.   Consequently we meaning myself, Trade Martin and Bob Marks are constantly inviting the prominent spokesmen of this great sport of harness racing to state their case on the Alumni Harness Racing Podcast" each week.   Harness Racing Alumni Show

YouTube version of the Harness Racing Alumni Show's interview with John Campbell.   The show was one of our most popular and we had several requests for a YouTube version.   The original release date was January 14, 2021 which was aired on Spreaker, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts, USTrots and several other media outlets.   On this Harness Racing Alumni Show John Campbell the legendary driver joins Freddie, Trade and Bob to tell us all why he supports the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act.   He discusses the pros and cons of the bill and agrees to be part of an extended team of harness racing leaders that will sit down with all the top legislators in order to iron out any of our differences.   You don't want to miss this broadcast...      

Harness racing Hall of Fame driver John Campbell, who is the current President of the Hambletonian Society, is the highest money earning driver in the history of our sport.   He has won almost every major race that Harness Racing offers.   On today's broadcast of the Harness Racing Alumni Show, he joins Freddie, Trade and Bob to tell us all why he supports the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act.   The legendary sulky pilot discusses the pros and cons of the bill and agrees to be part of an extended team of harness racing leaders that will sit down with all the top legislators in order to iron out any of our differences.   John Campbell will give us an important voice with the powerful thoroughbred community and a possible seat on the board of the soon to be Medication Authority.   You don't want to overlook this broadcast....!!!   Listen to "Harness Racing Alumni Show John Campbell 1 14 21" on Spreaker.    

On This Weeks Harness Racing Alumni Show;   How Yonkers Raceway and the New York Yankees came to be   Yonkers Raceway & the New York Yankees is the captivating story told by Freddie Hudson, host of the Harness Racing Alumni Show this week.   It's an interesting, historical scenario of how Yonkers Raceway was born.   Learn intimate details about the founder/builder William H Clarke and how the creation of Yonkers Raceway led to his financial ruin and his untimely death.   Also, in this story, find out how a half mile harness track oval's 'twist of fate' led to the birth of the legendary New York Yankees baseball team.   Don't miss this exciting broadcast...!!!   Listen to "HARNESS RACING ALUMNI SHOW Yonkers Story 1- 7 - 21" on Spreaker.   www.spreaker.com/user/6959769/harness-racing-alumni-show-yonkers-story      

It's a 'Sports Eye Reunion' on this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show featuring super Sports Eye Journalist/Handicappers Jay Bergman (who was just nominated to the Harness Racing Hall of Fame), Mark Richman, Steve Katz & our own Bob Marks. Sports Eye was the harness racing equivalent to the thoroughbred racing Morning Telegraph and Daily Racing Form.   It was a pioneering tabloid featuring selections for many tracks in addition to the all-important chart commentaries compiled by many of our legendary guest Sports Eye handicappers at Yonkers, Roosevelt and the New Jersey Meadowlands racetrack. Sports Eye was a groundbreaking publication sold throughout New York City, New Jersey, Long Island and Westchester neighborhoods. Listen to their great stories and join our candid discussion on the Harness Racing Alumni Show.   Listen to "HARNESS RACING ALUMNI SHOW Sports Eye 12 - 30 - 20" on Spreaker.      

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