INQUIRY Presented By Iowa Thoroughbred Breeders And Owners Association: Favorite Road Music?

Working in the Thoroughbred industry means spending a lot of time on the road.

The logistics between racetracks, training centers, auctions, farms, and breeding sheds can give a person a lot of time behind the wheel, which leads to a lot of time listening to the radio.

In this edition of INQUIRY, we ask folks on the sales grounds what they’re listening to while traveling from place to place with the question, “What is your favorite music for the road?”

Seth Gregory – Seth Gregory Bloodstock

“Country. I like a little bit of everything from old school guys like Hank Williams Sr. to ’90s country, and some of the new stuff.”







Ron Blake – Blake-Albina Thoroughbred Services

“I listen to Bachata music. It’s a Latin dance originated in the Dominican Republic. I Bachata myself, it’s a dance. I go to the Dominican Republic three or four times a year, and it makes me feel like I’m down there.”




Mike Recio – South Point Sales Agency

“R&B and hip hop. I like Drake, Tupac, and I’ve always been a Notorious B.I.G. fan from back in the day. It’s good party music, it’s got a good feel and beat, and that’s what the kids are listening to.”





Joe McMahon – McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds

“’60s on 6 on Sirius Radio. All the great bands were in the ’60s – There were the Beatles of course, and Elvis had some great songs in the ’60s. Herman and the Hermits, Tommy James and the Shondells.”






Freddie Seitz – Brookdale Sales

“Wilco. I’ve liked them ever since I was 20 years old, and they come out with great music all the time.”





Chris Bernhard – Hidden Lake Farm

“Probably corny 1990s pop music. I usually listen to the news or something else, so I rarely listen to music, but if I had to pop a CD out of the case, it’s probably something that’s been sitting in there for 15 years.”

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