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August 08th 2019:WP Welcomes Writer Gary West and Brisnet James Scully

Gary West is one of the most respected turf writers the sport has been blessed with. He always has well-studied and thought out views on racing and shares those in an elegant manner. We will be talking with Gary about the current landscape of racing and another matter close to his heart his close friendship with the recently deceased Bob Fortus in New Orleans. Gary will reflect on his times with Bob and give insights to the man behind the writing. Brisnet James Scully will join John for Arlington Park is biggest day of racing with 3 Grade 1 Stakes all of them on the turf. From it is fi

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Gary West

Gary West who currently is a frequent contributor to ESPN, was a regular columnist for the Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star Telegram. The son of a jockey, West was a college teacher before returning to the racetrack and writing about horse racing. He has appeared as a commentator on racing on ESPN and on CNN, and has hosted his own radio program on racing. He wrote several books about horse racing, and notably "Razoo At The Races: Diary of a Horseplayer" which is one of the funniest books ever written about the racetrack and horse racing. Gary West entertains readers with wit while imparting horseplaying wisdom and insight. West was the President of the National Turf Writers Associa
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James Scully

James Scully contributes content to Brisnet.com, TwinSpires.com, KentuckyDerby.com and BetAmerica.com for CDI and works as a racing analyst at Churchill Downs. The Kentucky Derby is his main beat. He began covering Thoroughbred racing as part of the Editorial Department at Brisnet.com during the 1990's, focusing upon handicapping and features, but has been following the sport all his life. His family was involved in the horse business and James attended his first Travers Stakes in 1979 and Kentucky Derby in 1981. He’s been to more than 30 runnings of each race.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1448/winning-ponies 24/08/2019 06:00 24/08/2019 07:00 Winning Ponies https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1448/winning-ponies Gary West is one of the most respected turf writers the sport has been blessed with. He always has well-studied and thought out views on racing and shares those in an elegant manner. We will be talking with Gary about the current landscape of racing and another matter close to his heart his close friendship with the recently deceased Bob Fortus in New Orleans. Gary will reflect on his times with Bob and give insights to the man behind the writing. Brisnet James Scully will join John for Arlington Park is biggest day of racing with 3 Grade 1 Stakes all of them on the turf. From it is first thrilling finish between John Henry and the Bart in 1981 the Arlington Million has been considered a premiere race nationally and internationally. The 1.25 mile turf test continues to carry a dollar 1 million purse. Like the Million, the Beverly D for fillies and mares has and quot Win and You are In and quot status and boasts a dollar 600,000 purse. Rounding out the Grade 1 trifecta is the dollar 500,000 Secretariat Stakes. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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