In The Gates Podcast (ESPN.com)
Quantum of Solis: 7/6/1407/06/14
Jockey Alex Solis, to be inducted into the Racing Hall of Fame in August, joins the show. Plus, Jennie Rees of the Louisville-Courier Journal on Dale Romans' altercation.
In The Gate #154 - The Unanimous Declaration: 6/29/14
Members of the horse racing community recite excerpts of the Declaration of Independence. On ESPN.com, you can find a document with each person's name. Follow along!
Changing the Triple Crown: 6/23/14
California Chrome co-owner Steve Coburn, Maryland Jockey Club president/COO Tom Chuckas, & 2011 Preakness-winning trainer Dale Romans on whether the Triple Crown should be changed.
Between the Devil and Deep Blue Salt: 6/17/14
"In The Gate" delves into the newest illicit drug, Cobalt Chloride aka "Blue Salt." Guests are Dr. Dionne Benson (RMTC) & Terry Bailey of Racing Victoria in Australia.
Royal Ascot preview, Belmont review: 6/7/14
Legendary British presenter John McCririck previews the high-stakes, high-society Royal Ascot meeting. Amanda Duckworth recaps Belmont Stakes, plus Barry Abrams' commentary.
Handicapping the Belmont Stakes: 6/6/14
Hank Goldberg, Steve Davidowitz of ESPN.com & the Daily Racing Form, and Ed DeRosa of the Brisnet handicapping service break down the Belmont Stakes. Great inside info.
Can't Spell Victory Without Victor: 6/4/14
California Chrome's jockey, Victor Espinoza, on what it will take to complete the Triple Crown. Jeannine Edwards analyzes Chrome's chances, plus a Barry Abrams commentary.
In The Gate #148 - Art Sherman: 6/3/14
California Chrome's trainer, Art Sherman, prepares for Saturday's Belmont Stakes. Also, trainer Ken McPeek's unique take on the Triple Crown's 36 year drought.
In The Gate #147 - Seattle and the 12th Man?: 6/2/14
1977 Triple Crown champ Seattle Slew's jockey - Jean Cruguet - on whether Calif. Chrome becomes 12th winner. Plus, David Bakke of Moneycrashers.com on $$ Crown implications.
In The Gate #146 - A Funny Thing Happened: 6/1/14
Jackson Knowlton discusses the Triple Crown ride of his group of "regular guys," like team California Chrome. Gary West analyzes tBelmont field, plus Barry Abrams' commentary.
Affirming the Truth: 5/26/14
Patrice Wolfson, co-owner of 1978 Triple Crown winner Affirmed, shares memories as well as thoughts on California Chrome.
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.
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