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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.      

Jeffery Bell, of the famous Sunshine Meadows Deck, is our guest on this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show.   Jeff, a major Standardbred owner and breeder, tells Freddie, Trade and Bob how he invented the idea of having the 'two's in training' Champions Book (horses wearing saddle pads & head numbers) so with the "Champion's Book"...., owners can identify their horses in training miles at the Sunshine Meadows Training Center.   Jeff produces and provides the "Champion's Book" each Saturday at the Deck.   He also gives a big shout out to some very special people in harness racing - it's an exciting Holiday show, and you might check to see if there is a shout out from Jeff to you....!!!   www.spreaker.com/user/6959769/harness-racing-alumni-show-jeffery-bell1      

Legendary trotter Muscle Hill's fine trainer Gregory Peck is our featured harness racing guest this week.   He's also worked as a corporate executive advisor to clients that included the Republican National Committee, Pfizer, Exxon Mobil, Merck and DuPont.   Greg returns to the Harness Racing Alumni Show to follow up his previous appearance when he shared his opinions on some of the major issues facing our sport today.   Don't miss this enlightening show   www.spreaker.com/user/6959769/harness-racing-alumni-show-greg-peck-12-      

Gordon Banks is this weeks returning guest on the Harness Racing Alumni Show. The highly successful international owner-breeder of Standardbreds chats with Freddie, Bob & Trade about the lack of leadership in our sport and how we can improve harness racing in America. We all believe it is imperative that we have our own TV channel. Don't miss this interesting and informative broadcast.   Listen to "Harness Racing Alumni Show Gordon 12 10 20" on Spreaker.   Fred Hudson      

World champion trotter Muscle Hill's trainer, Gregory Peck (Yes, the same name as the late, great, legendary actor) is our special guest on this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show. Gregory Peck, trainer of the legendary Muscle Hill, who many consider the greatest trotter of all time (21 starts and 20 wins, earnings of 3.27 million & world record of 1:50.1).   Mr. Peck tells Freddie, Trade and Bob how he out bid trainer Chuck Sylvester by $5,000 at the Harrisburg sale to become Muscle Hill's winning bidder. As a top trainer, Greg gives his expert opinion on drugs in racing and his thoughts on the overuse of Lasix and much more. Listen to this powerful conversation on this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show.   To listen to the show, click here.    by Fred Hudson, for the Harness Racing Alumni Show    

Southern Maryland's handicapper & journalist Ted Black of the famous 'Bet America' on-line racing site is the featured guest this week on our Harness Racing Alumni broadcast.   Ted gives Freddie, Trade and Bob a detailed description of Rosecroft Raceway's Potomac Pace from start to finish. We also talk about the difference of handicapping the flats and the harness races along with Ted's candid opinions on the use of the whip. Don't miss this interesting show.   To lisen to the show, click here.   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show..    

Donald Dancer on this weeks Harness Racing Alumni Show.   Donald Dancer, fine trainer- driver and member of the legendary Dancer harness racing family, joins Freddie, Bob & Trade for a candid discussion about the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act.   We were happy to hear that most of the horsemen he has spoken to support the important legislation. He feels that if we clean up the drug use in Harness Racing, we can save the sport because it will offer an equal playing field for everyone involved. Don't miss Donald's important thoughts on this broadcast.   To listen to the show, click here.   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show

On this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show broadcast, Meadowlands owner Jeff Gural lays it all on the line. The message that we are sending to the rest of the world is that the harness racing industry wishes to turn its back on the integrity act and keep things just the way that they have become through the past years....., Drugs, drugs, drugs...., it's no longer horse racing, it's become chemical warfare.   This weeks show brought to you by Century 21's Joe Ricco and Billy Haughton Equine Insurance   To hear this week's show, click here.     From the Harness Racing Alumni Show      

This week's Harness Racing Alumni Show's special guest is Wayne Pacelle, the former CEO of The Humane Society and the founder of the Animal Wellness Action.   His captivating dialogue provides compelling and informative points about the upcoming Horseracing Integrity & Safety Act legislation which has thus far been ignored and/or rejected by many U.S. trotting officials.   Mr. Pacelle, having spent his early years at the New York Harness Tracks with his racing aficionado father, knows his way around the grandstand as he obviously knows his way around the "Capitol Corridors."   On this Alumni broadcast, Wayne provides our audience with 'eye opening revelations' as to just how the animal rights and particularly the population in general tends to view the harness racing industry. Bob, Freddie & Trade have no doubt that you'll enjoy this insightful and enlightening broadcast.   To listen to the show, click here.   From Fred Hudson, for the Harness Racing Alumni Show      

Standardbred owner and breeder Andy Cohen tells Freddie and the guys on the Harness Racing Alumni Show all the reasons why our industry must support the Horseracing Integrity & Safety Act.   This week's special guest lets the 'cat out of the bag' regarding the major breeders and owners in Harness Racing who are desperately trying to save our sport and gain us a seat at the negotiating table. He also adds the fact that the Lasix issue has been put on hold to be evaluated for three years. Our sports survival depends on this crucial legislation! Don't miss this important broadcast of our Harness Racing Alumni Show.   To view the podcast, click here.    From the Harness Racing Alumni Show  

Gordon Banks, a prominent, international standardbred owner, reveals on this week's Harness Racing Alumni broadcast the about why the USTA refuses to support the Horseracing Integrity & Safety Act.   Banks, after having numerous conversations with the USTA leaders..., was told that the association will not change course and do what's right for our sport. It seems that they keep telling their United States Racing Association members, "half-truths." Owners and breeders are fed up and disgusted because they all support the Horseracing Integrity & Safety Act. Standardbred racing industry leaders, as they must, are stepping up to the plate to save our great race racetracks, trainer-drivers and fine horses.   To view the broadcast, click here.        

William Lear, Vice Chairman of The Jockey Club, is this week's special guest on the Harness Racing Alumni show.   You will hear about the Horseracing Integrity & Safety Act (HISA) directly from the man who is the main creator of the needed Legislation. Lear also explains how the new regulations were scrutinized by Constitutional attorneys before being presented to the Senate and the House.   He explains to Freddie and the guys that it is not a 'one size fits all' bill and that there would be different medication rules for each breed, while making it clear that the harness racing cost would be negotiated for a lower price. Lear then explains how the innovative testing would be done. The goal of the legislation is to have national uniform standards on medication and safety. Don't miss this broadcast because it's filled with outstanding information.   To hear the podcast, click here.  From the Harness Racing Alumni Show  

Legendary Hall of Fame Driver, Billy O'Donnell, a/k/a "The Magic Man" is this week's special guest on the Harness Racing Alumni Show.   Billy discusses with Freddie and the guys the new 'Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act' which for some strange reason, does not include Harness Racing. The importance of a much-needed Federal oversight agency for our sport is a MUST and cannot be understated. Standardbred racing's destiny depends on it....!!! Listen in...., this broadcast is of interest to everyone involved in every aspect of horse racing.....!!!   To listen to the show, click here.  

Gabe Prewitt is our featured guest on this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show.   He is the newly appointed Director of Racing for Eldorado Gaming and has got a lot to say about the current betting (Both on track & simulcasting) on our races including the handle, percentage breakdowns and how the funds are divided.   Gabe also shares his insight on the drag time between races and expresses that bettors and fans would prefer zero minutes to post time (meaning zero minutes to post time) ---- Not 10 drawn out minutes....!!!   He's a fine speaker and it's a very captivating program.   You'll enjoy it....!!!   This weeks broadcast brought to you by Century 21's Joe Ricco and Bill Haughton Equine Insurance   Listen to "Harness Racing Alumni Show GABE PREWITT 8 27 20" on Spreaker.   Fred Hudson

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