Pete Fornatale of http://inthemoneypodcast.com/ (inthemoneypodcast.com) joins Bill to talk about their collaboration on the story of Quick Call, his contributions to the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation's Second Chances program and how the pr
This week, Bill sits down with Mark Cramer. Mark has written books on handicapping in addition to many other subjects aside from horse racing. Bill and Mark have a great conversation that covers horse racing and cycling and a bit of everything
We kick off Season 6 of Can Do with a look at the documentary "Born To Rein" which pays homage to Sir Barton and his time as a U.S. Army Remount Service Stallion at Fort Robinson near Crawford, NE. Bill sits down with the producers of the docum
In this episode, Bill discusses the fascinating story of Roza Robata. The horse was named after a little-known heroine and victim of the Holocaust. Roza Robata's involvement in an uprising in Auschwitz is a heroic tale for sure. This is Part 1
This week, Bill interviews one of the world's all-time greatest jockeys, Jerry Bailey. Among Jerry's numerous achievements, he is a two-time winner of the Kentucky Derby. Join Bill for this great conversation with a true horse racing legend!
This week Bill chats with Morty Mittenthal. Morty Mittenthal has spent his life doing what he loves - among those pursuits learning the sport of racing from the ground up, talking himself into jobs in the sport that didn't exist and hobnobbing
Season 5 starts off with a bang! Bill is joined by Jennifer Kelly to discuss her book Sir Barton and the Making of the Triple Crown Tune in for part 1 of this fascinating discussion about a truly amazing horse.
Fascinating discussion this week on the Can Do podcast with previous guest and award winning author Bill Heller. We talk about the microscope our sport is under and continue the debate about the use of Lasix on our athletes.
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