Final Furlongs Podcast: Volume 1, Episode 5 - Handicapping The Woodbine Mile

We're back with another episode of the final furlongs podcast as we rolling to a big weekend of international racing in England and Canada. This week I'm joined by the Executive of Exotics, JP Fanshawe. On this week's episode:

Segment 1 (0:00 - 12:15): An overview of some of the changes that are on the way for And Down The Stretch They Come and SB Nation over the next several weeks. Also, a quick look back at last weekend's light stakes schedule with a couple of thoughts on what the juvenile crop has shown to this point.

Segment 2 (12:45 - 52:00): JP Fanshawe joins me to handicap the Woodbine Mile, the Northern Dancer and the Kentucky Cup Turf, as well as to just talk general handicapping. And THIS time, the file survived the phone call.

Segment 3 (52:10 - 53:45): Final wrap-up.

As always, music is provided courtesy of Slygo. Check them out at Amazon, iTunes, CDBaby.com, or at their website, SlygoMusic.com.

Intro: Follow You
1st Break: 1000 Miles
2nd Break: Do I Even Know
Outro: The Game

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