WP Welcomes Radio Show Host Jason Levin & Announcer Vic Stauffer
Jason Levin is the long-time host of “Inside Racing Radio Show”, that airs every Saturday at 7am Pacific on Keib am 1150 and live on www.racing jason.com. The show also airs on IHeart radio. The podcast up by 8:30 on IHeart as well as his website. He began the radio show in 2004 after success of his book “From the Desert to the Derby.” book (2002) pub by DRF press about the huge quest to win the Kentucky Derby by Dubai ruler Sheik Mohammed. Under his banner of Gololphin, he will finally go to post with the Derby favorite – his undefeated homebred champion Essential Quality. Prior to the publication of his book, he was the national racing writer for fox sports.com. Jason got into racing through both parents. Hooked by seeing great horses of the 70’s like Triple Crown winners Seattle Slew and Affirmed. He will tell us how he got into racing and the journey he has been on.Vic Stauffer, one of the most recognized and experienced voices in Thoroughbred racing has been in Oaklawn’s announcer’s booth since their 2017 racing season. Vic Stauffer, who has called more than 40,000 races at nearly a dozen tracks across the country, is just the sixth track announcer in Oaklawn’s storied, 115-year history. Stauffer was the track announcer at Hollywood Park in California for 13 years. Before that he called races at Gulfstream Park, Hialeah, Golden Gate Fields and others. He began his announcing career in 1985 at Garden State Park in New Jersey. In addition to his announcing work, he has earned two Eclipse Awards for radio broadcasts. He was also at one time agent for jockey Joel Rosario. Stauffer, 59, has announced hundreds of Grade 1 races and has called such notable horses as Barbaro, Hal’s Hope, Game On Dude, Lava Man, Shared Belief, Pioneer of the Nile, Lookin at Lucky, Azeri, Blind Luck, The Tin Man and California Chrome. Vic will get to add to that resume of calling racing greats, as two multi-millionaire champions will square off in the Grade 1, $1 million Apple Blossom at Oaklawn Park on Saturday – Swiss Skydiver and Monomoy Girl. We’ll get his insights for that great matchup that follows the Grade 2, $1 million Oaklawn Handicap.
Kaitlin Free and Andy Villanueva welcome in one of the best race callers in North American Racing as Vic Stauffer joins the Goat Zoom Room. Andy begins by stumbling on his first question about Oaklawn Park. What we love about Vic is he doesn't mince words and you'll hear that thru the entire interview. We talk the last day at Hollywood Park. What it's like to be a Jockey Agent with a couple of good stories. Discuss some of the riders Vic has represented and Jermaine Bridgmohan as we begin a mutual admiration society for JVB. Andy sticks his foot in his mouth again in the interview thinking Vic had been at Oaklawn longer than he actually has been. Finish up with asking Vic if he'd run me if I started chirping during a basketball game he officiated. Kaitlin also plays her favorite game of What horse, jockey, track to end the show. Vic Stauffer can be found on twitter @goofonroofKaitlin Free is @kaitlinefreeAndy Villanueva is @avillanueva3rdGeeohayeteehandicapping.com is @GOATHandicappin
OAKLAWN 03/13/2021 | HANDICAPPING THE LATE PICK 4 WITH VIC STAUFFER | FREE PICKS
The Triple Clowns
The Triple Clowns handicap the late pick 4 at Oaklawn with the one and only Vic Stauffer. It is a big day at Oaklawn with the 1 million dollar Rebel, Kentucky Derby prep race. Let us know your picks below in the comments, and make sure to hit that subscribe button. #horseracing #freepicks #handicapping #oaklawn--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetripleclowns/support
Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast 1/20/21--Guest Vic Stauffer
The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
Jason opens the show talking about finding an edge when it comes to your handicapping and betting. He also discusses a little bit of the Wednesday card from Gulfstream Park. Vic Stauffer joins us as today's feature guest to talk about the upcoming Oaklawn Park meet, moving to Arkansas, calling races, and more!
The Triple Clowns clown around with the one and only Vic Stauffer. We discuss horse racing, his legendary calls at Hollywood Park, and the up and coming jockey talent he has on his agent roster. Vic Stauffer: @goofonroof Horse Racing News: 02:00-15:22 Getting to Know Vic Stauffer: 15:49-27:26 Vic's Journey to Becoming a Track Announcer: 27:26-36:05 Vic's Legendary Hollywood Park Calls: 36:05-01:01:12 Vic as a Steward and Jockey Agent: 01:01:12-01:19:17 5 (ish) Questions with Vic Stauffer: 01:19:17-01:40:30 Outro: 01:40:30-01:42:24--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetripleclowns/support
WP Welcomes Jockey Jon Court and Announcer Vic Stauffer
Hot Springs will be bubbling with outstanding racing this weekend and we have two of the stars of the show at Oaklawn Park joining us.Starting with the Ageless Jon Court who hopes to do the improbable by upsetting the Bob Baffert star Improbable for the 2nd time. Court ran down the heavily favored Improbable in the first division of the $750,000 Rebel with 8-1 shot Long Range Toddy. At 58 Court has no thoughts of retirement and credits his longevity at the highest level to bio-hacking, the process of using science, biology and self-experimentation to take control and upgrade your body, mind and life' he said. Despite drawing the outside post 11, Long Range Toddy has been installed as the 2nd choice at 4-1, while Improbable, drew the rail and is favored at 7-2.Vic Stauffer, the Oaklawn announcer and a competitor in national handicapping contests, will join John to cover the $1 million Arkansas Derby; $750,000 Oaklawn Handicap and Sunday's $700,000 Apple Blossom Handicap.
WP Welcomes Annoucer Vic Stauffer and Ex Jock Rosemary Homeister
In a sportsmanlike gesture, Oaklawn said last week it would consider adding $500,000 to the Rebel purse and splitting it into two $750,000 divisions when it became clear that an abundance of horses were looking for a Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve (G1) prep after the San Felipe Stakes (G2) at Santa Anita Park was canceled. The split became a reality Wednesday when 19 were entered for the 1 1/16-mile race, including the top two early Kentucky Derby favorites, Game Winner and Improbable.Track Announcer Vic Stauffer will join John in handicapping the two divisions of the Rebel, the Gr. 2 $350,000 Azeri and the $350,000 Essex Handicap.We will have Part 2 of our interview with retired jockey Rosemary Homeister Jr. In the first interview we covered her riding career and in this segment we will discuss her decision to retire from the saddle and her transition to a physical fitness instructor, fitness competitions and her use and promotion of CBD oil for its many benefits.
Around the Track 10 – Vic Stauffer – Announcer, Steward, Jockey’s Agent
Around the Track | Horse Radio Network
If there's a job in horse racing Vic Stauffer hasn't done, let us know. Enthralled by the sport at an early age, Stauffer skipped high school so he could make the racetrack life his own. From hotwalker to chart caller to jockey's agent, Vic tried everything, all the while focused on his true love of announcing the races. That dream came true as well. Stauffer made a name for himself calling the legendary Zenyatta, a race in the middle of an earthquake and the final, sad day at Hollywood Park. In this edition of Around the Track, Stauffer shares emotional memories of those events, gives us a taste of what it means to be an agent and a steward, plus how did end up owning part of a baseball team?