In The Gates Podcast (ESPN.com)
In The Gate #144 - Sunday Silence vs Easy Goer: 5/16/14
Arthur Hancock (owner, Sunday Silence), Shug McGaughey (trainer, Easy Goer) and New York racing analyst Harvey Pack remember one of the sport's greatest rivalries.
In The Gate #143 - From Obscurity to Stardom: 5/10/14
Kentucky Derby-winning jockey Victor Espinoza discusses his path from Cancun, Mexico to winning roses. Bob Ehalt looks ahead to the Preakness, plus a Barry Abrams commentary.
In The Gate #142 - A Little Birdie: 5/4/14
Jim Wilson, Academy Award-winning director of "Dances With Wolves," on new "50-1" movie on 2009 Derby winner Mine That Bird. Terry Turrell on California Chrome's Derby win.
A Little Birdie : 5/3/14
Jim Wilson, director of Dances With Wolves, discusses the "50-1" movie about 2009 Derby winner Mine That Bird. Terry Turrell analyzes California Chrome's win.
Handicapping the Ky. Derby: 5/2/14
Who's going to win the Kentucky Derby? We handicap the race with Hank Goldberg, Steve Davidowitz, and Brisnet's Les Instone.
Riding the Derby Favorite: 5/1/14
Victor Espinoza, jockey of Kentucky Derby favorite California Chrome, joins "In The Gate." Amanda Duckworth provides on-site analysis, plus Barry Abrams' commentary.
In The Gate #139 - Wednesday Derby Whiparound: 4/29/14
Jockey Rajiv Maragh (Wicked Strong), trainers Todd Pletcher (Intense Holiday, Danza, We Miss Artie, Vinceremos), Rick Violette (Samraat), and Billy Gowan (Ride On Curlin).
The trainer and The Voice: 4/29/14
Trainer Todd Pletcher on his Kentucky Oaks horses (My Miss Sophia, Got Lucky), plus new Churchill Downs track announcer Larry Collmus, and a Barry Abrams commentary.
In The Gate #138 - The Trainer & The Voice: 4/28/14
Trainer Todd Pletcher on his Kentucky Oaks horses - In Tune, My Miss Sophia, Got Lucky. Plus, new Churchill Downs track announcer Larry Collmus, and a Barry Abrams commentary.
In The Gate #137 - Valley of Chrome: 4/27/14
Steve Coburn of Dumb Ass Racing, co-owner of Kentucky Derby favorite California Chrome, joins "In The Gate." Plus, a Barry Abrams commentary.
Will Starlight Glisten in Louisville?: 4/22/14
Jack Wolf - co-managing partner of Starlight Racing - will send Intense Holiday after the Run for the Roses. Tim Turrell analyzes, plus a Barry Abrams commentary.
In The Gate #135 - Sugar Trouble: 4/12/14
Trainers Mike Maker (Vicar's In Trouble, Derby) & Doug Anderson (Sugar Shock, Oaks) prepare for 1st weekend in May, plus Barry Abrams' commentary.
In The Gate #134 - Arkansas Derby/Blue Grass Preview: 4/6/14
Ron Winchell on keeping his stars (Tapiture, Untapable) with trainer Steve Asmussen, in the wake of the PETA video. Plus, Katerina Vassilieva preps Big Bazinga for Blue Grass.
In The Gate #133 - From Sea to Shining Sea: 3/29/14
Trainer John Sadler prepares Candy Boy for the Santa Anita Derby, plus owner Ronald Sanchez on his Social Inclusion in the Wood Memorial, plus a Barry Abrams commentary.
Prince of Florida: 3/24/14
Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin readies Cairo Prince for his Florida Derby close-up. Joshua Walfish of the Miami Herald analyzes, plus Barry Abrams' commentary.
In The Gate #132 - Prince of Florida: 3/20/14
Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin seeks his first Kentucky Derby win with Florida Derby favorite Cairo Prince. Analysis by Miami Herald's Josh Waldfish, plus Barry Abrams' commentary.
In The Gate #131 - California Dreamin': 3/15/14
California Chrome's trainer, Art Sherman, discusses the horse's San Felipe Stakes win. Hank Goldberg analyzes the Kentucky Derby field, and a Barry Abrams commentary.
In The Gate #129 - Wounded Warrior Stable: 3/9/14
Chip McEwen's Wounded Warrior Stable, which owns Gotham Stakes runner-up Uncle Sigh, races to raise money for disabled soldiers.
In The Gate #128 - Horseplayers: 3/2/14
Pete Rotondo Sr shares stories from the making of the reality show, "Horseplayers." Plus, Triple Crown analysis with Jennie Rees of the Louisville Courier-Journal.
Around the World in 80 Days: 2/23/14
Mike de Kock discusses the rigors of bringing horses from South Africa to Dubai, plus Kentucky Derby analysis from Tim Turrell and a Barry Abrams commentary.
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