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Holy Bull - Primal Force, by Blushing Groom (Fr) - Adena Springs
Adena Springs - Paris, KY | 1998 | Entered Stud 2004 | 2019 Fee $10,000 TBD
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TDN Podcast

Welcome to the new TDN Podcast page, which features a weekly racing discussion—the TDN Writers’ Room—along with stories from the TDN Look and longer stories in the TDN which have been made into podcasts.

Latest Podcasts

TDN Writers’ Room for September 18, 2019

09.18.19

This week, the writers–Joe Bianca, Alan Carasso and Bill Finley–talk about the story about the Justify Scopolamine positive, the three-year-old picture, the upcoming Pennsylvania Derby and Cotillion Stakes at Parx, and next year’s Derby picture. Plus, we talk on the phone with trainer Chad Brown about the Cotillion favorite, Guarana. Opinions are in no short

The Man O’ War Project

09.17.19

Of all the terrible things that mankind has inflicted upon one another, there is none so terrible as war. Estimates of the total number of people killed in war in the history of the world range up to a billion lives, and for the combatants, oftentimes just surviving the conflict seems like the goal. But of

Horologist Owner Cameron Beatty is Getting a Second Chance at Life

09.16.19

Saturday, 27-year-old Cameron Beatty will watch his filly Horologist compete as one of the favorites in the $1 million Cotillion Stakes at Parx. Just eight years ago, however, he thought he had lost everything when a motorcycle accident cost him his college football career, and left him seriously injured. We talk to Beatty about his

TDN Writers’ Room for September 12, 2019

09.11.19

This week, Joe Bianca, Alan Carasso and Bill Finley discuss the astronomical returns at Keeneland, the upcoming weekend’s racing, and Finley’s horrible understanding of the apostrophe rule.

The Curragh: Ireland’s Bedrock of Champions

09.06.19

The Curragh has recently undergone a much publicised €80 million redevelopment, but it is much more than just a racecourse. Set in Ireland’s Thoroughbred heartland of Kildare, it is home to the country’s largest training centre and more than 800 racehorses. Listen as Emma Berry talks to some of the industry icons who call The