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October 21st 2021: WP Welcomes Jockey Eurico De Silva and Track Announcer Ed Meyer

Eurico Rosa de Silva is a Brazilian native who is best known for his outstanding career as a jockey in Canada where he won two Queen’s Plates and was the leading rider at Woodbine for seven seasons, including five consecutive years until his retirement in 2019. He is now a life coach for several professional athletes. There were many diverse roads and obstacles this talented reinsman took to the eventual successes of his career and they are revealed in his recently published book – “RIDING FOR FREEDOM.” John will re-visit with Eurico, the last interview about his life and times went too quick

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Eurico Rosa De Silva

Eurico Rosa de Silva is a Brazilian native who is best known for his outstanding career as a jockey in Canada where he won two Queen’s Plates and was the leading rider at Woodbine for seven seasons, including five consecutive years until his retirement in 2019. He is now a life coach for several professional athletes. There were many diverse roads and obstacles this talented reinsman took to the eventual successes of his career and they are revealed in his recently published book – “RIDING FOR FREEDOM.”
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Ed Meyer

brbrEd Meyer is the track announcer and morning lineodds maker for Belterra Park and Casino, since the refurbished old River Downs into a combination track and slots gambling destination, was reopened in early May 2014. He has worked at Turfway Park, River Downs, and Keeneland. He is an avid handicapper, and has qualified for the NTRA DRF Handicapping Championships and placed four times in the money in the Horse Player World Series in Las Vegas. He has hosted multiple radio shows in the Cincinnati market and was an onair handicapper. Ed was the original Winning Ponies Radio Show host, and has been writing and blogging for Winning Ponies since 2008. Ed was also Publicity Director at Riv
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1448/winning-ponies 09/12/2021 05:00 09/12/2021 06:00 Winning Ponies https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1448/winning-ponies Eurico Rosa de Silva is a Brazilian native who is best known for his outstanding career as a jockey in Canada where he won two Queen’s Plates and was the leading rider at Woodbine for seven seasons, including five consecutive years until his retirement in 2019. He is now a life coach for several professional athletes. There were many diverse roads and obstacles this talented reinsman took to the eventual successes of his career and they are revealed in his recently published book – “RIDING FOR FREEDOM.” John will re-visit with Eurico, the last interview about his life and times went too quickly. The book leaves no stone unturned regarding his tumultuous family relationship and his hard-earned achievements in racing. A definite read for your Holiday gift list! We have the opportunity to bring back former winningponies' host Ed Meyer to join the show while he is in between stints at Belterra and Turfway Park. As an odds-maker, he hasn’t thrown away his handicapping pencil and we will put him to work for his input on the weekend's graded stakes races (a rarity pre-Breeders’ Cup). VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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