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This profile was last updated on 7/1/12  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.
 
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Todd Schrupp ...
cs.bloodhorse.com, 1 July 2012 [cached]
Todd Schrupp
Todd Schrupp TVG ...
www.bloodhorse.com, 17 July 2008 [cached]
Todd Schrupp TVG Host/Racing Analyst
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Todd Schrupp With a father in the Marines, Todd Schrupp, born in Edina, Minn., lived many places during his boyhood. The place he remembers best is Camp Pendleton, near San Diego and not far from Del Mar Race Course. In the summers of 1975 and 1976 he and his father often went to the track. Todd taught himself to read The Daily Racing Form during those visits and developed his lifelong love of horse racing.
When Larry Schrupp left the Marines, he moved his family back to Minnesota where Todd became a good basketball player and an even more avid horse racing fan with the opening of Canterbury Downs (now Canterbury Park) at Shakopee in 1985. After his senior year in high school and before leaving for Buena Vista College in Iowa, he got a job at the track in customer relations.
While studying in Iowa, Todd missed Canterbury so much that he transferred from Buena Vista to the University of Minnesota. While studying there he took a job in the track's marketing department, which led to a full-time position as in-house analyst-handicapper. Eventually he became a backup for track announcer Tony Bentley.
Canterbury's finances were shaky, however, and in 1991, with Bentley's help, Todd found a job at Calder Race Course in Miami as the in-house handicapper and backup track announcer to the legendary Phil Salzman.
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While at Calder, Schrupp earned an Eclipse Award Honorable Mention for his piece on the accident in which Carla Wolfson, wife of trainer Marty Wolfson, was kicked and grievously injured by a horse named Mr. Angel.
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In 1999, Todd saw an ad in The Daily Racing Form for a new horse-racing network called TVG. He sent tapes, then auditioned, and was one of the first on-air people hired. His career highlight, he says, will always be his involvement in the launch of TVG.
Note to our Talkin' Horses readers: Todd Schrupp received a very large number of questions for his July 10 chat. Because of this, Schrupp has agreed to do this second week as the Talkin' Horses guest. If your question did not get answered in the July 10 chat, Schrupp will do his best to get the remaining questions answered.
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Todd, Every time I'm handicapping a claiming race where a recent claim is making a significant jump in its claiming price for Tom Amoss, Autrey, Asmussen, Lake, or Dutrow I go a little crazy.
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Todd, Can you give us some "Horses and Trainers to Watch for" at the Del Mar meet?
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Todd, Why can't they reduce the Pick 6 to something less than a mandatory $2?
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Look at it this way, if I took out a business loan and after proper licensing put together the resources for my own Internet Betting platform and ran "Todd Schrupp's Betting Emporium" as a home based business, I may be an ADW, but am I the same thing as TVG ? Of course not.
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Hey Todd.
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Todd, I watch TVG from India often and have to say you are the most astute handicapper on the show.
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Todd do you still consider yourself the "King" of 2-year-old racing?
Todd ...
dev.tvgnetwork.com, 12 Jan 2010 [cached]
Todd Schrupp Host/Racing Analyst
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TODD SCHRUPP TO BE THURSDAY'S GUEST ON BLOODHORSE.COM "TALKIN' HORSES" 11 Sep 2008 5:40 PM NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, July 7, 2008 Contact: Robert Bolson , Director of Corporate Marketing Blood-Horse Publications (859) 276-6809; rbolson@bloodhorse.com TODD SCHRUPP TO BE THURSDAY'S GUEST ON BLOODHORSE.COM "TALKIN' HORSES" LEXINGTON, Ky. - Join TVG host/racing analyst Todd Schrupp for Thursday's edition of BloodHorse.com "Talkin' Horses" at BloodHorse.com/TalkinHorses on Thursday...
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Filed under: bloodhorse.com, Talkin' Horses, Todd Schrupp, TVG host
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TODD SCHRUPP RETURNS FOR AN ENCORE APPEARANCE ON BLOODHORSE.COM "TALKIN' HORSES"
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Filed under: bloodhorse.com, Talkin' Horses, Returns, Todd Schrupp, TVG host, Encore Appearance
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TODD SCHRUPP TO BE THURSDAY'S GUEST ON BLOODHORSE.COM "TALKIN' HORSES" TODD SCHRUPP RETURNS FOR AN ENCORE APPEARANCE ON BLOODHORSE.COM "TALKIN' HORSES"
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Todd Schrupp
Todd Schrupp TVG ...
www.bloodhorse.com, 11 July 2008 [cached]
Todd Schrupp TVG Host/Racing Analyst
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Todd SchruppWith a father in the Marines, Todd Schrupp, born in Edina, Minn., lived many places during his boyhood.The place he remembers best is Camp Pendleton, near San Diego and not far from Del Mar Race Course.In the summers of 1975 and 1976 he and his father often went to the track.Todd taught himself to read The Daily Racing Form during those visits and developed his lifelong love of horse racing.
When Larry Schrupp left the Marines, he moved his family back to Minnesota where Todd became a good basketball player and an even more avid horse racing fan with the opening of Canterbury Downs (now Canterbury Park) at Shakopee in 1985.After his senior year in high school and before leaving for Buena Vista College in Iowa, he got a job at the track in customer relations.
While studying in Iowa, Todd missed Canterbury so much that he transferred from Buena Vista to the University of Minnesota.While studying there he took a job in the track's marketing department, which led to a full-time position as in-house analyst-handicapper.Eventually he became a backup for track announcer Tony Bentley.
Canterbury's finances were shaky, however, and in 1991, with Bentley's help, Todd found a job at Calder Race Course in Miami as the in-house handicapper and backup track announcer to the legendary Phil Salzman.
...
While at Calder, Schrupp earned an Eclipse Award Honorable Mention for his piece on the accident in which Carla Wolfson, wife of trainer Marty Wolfson, was kicked and grievously injured by a horse named Mr. Angel.
...
In 1999, Todd saw an ad in The Daily Racing Form for a new horse-racing network called TVG.He sent tapes, then auditioned, and was one of the first on-air people hired.His career highlight, he says, will always be his involvement in the launch of TVG.
Note to our Talkin' Horses readers:Todd Schrupp received a very large number of questions for his July 10 chat.Because of this, Schrupp has agreed to do a second week as the Talkin' Horses guest.This will be held next Thursday, July 17, at noon Eastern time.If your question did not get answered in the July 10 chat, please join us this coming Thursday, when Schrupp will do his best to get the remaining questions answered.
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