Hear Him For Yourself, Randall Gindi, Owner of Monster Stables and man in the infamous Jorge Navarro “the juice man video”

March 20, 2020

Our Jonathan Stettin interviewed Randall Gindi, the owner of Monster Stables, about the infamous and ill timed Jorge Navarro “the juice man video.” The video was not what it seemed, which is not to make light of, nor condone what it portrayed or represented. We all know that, Mr. Gindi included. That said there are always more than one side to a story and things are often not what they appear. We bring you into the room, not just allow a glimpse into it from the outside. You can never see the whole room unless you walk in it.

If you want to be objective, there is strong evidence Randall is being truthful, especially about the 20 thousand bookie reference. Anyone, and we mean anyone who has bet and dealt with bookies, including off shore books, knows full well you can’t bet enough to win 20 thousand on a 2-1 in horse racing. No bookie takes that bet. If you think they do, you are simply wrong. Add being a Navarro owner to the equation, and it becomes a zillion to one any book takes it. You can’t spread it around either. They communicate, and you get shut off fast. If you somehow did get such a bet in, for real, nobody, and we mean nobody screams it on a video. This all lends credence to Randall’s version of what transpired and why. As bad as it was, it was not what it seemed.

We are not Randall’s lawyers, he can represent himself. We do however give him the opportunity to state his case, which makes way more sense than the “assumed’ version most gleem from the video.

Listen to Jonathan Stettin and Gino Buccola talk with Randall Gindi on the Past the Wire edition of That’s What G Said:

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  1. krob2 May 21, 2020 at 7:21 am

    Total lies by Gindi. End of story. Believe what you want. He continues to smear the other “patron” when he was the loud mouth. He rubbed many people the wrong way at the track and is a complete liar. Just a disgusting human being.

    1. Jonathan Stettin May 21, 2020 at 8:29 am

      I don’t know that bad reporting is a fair comment. We simply presented his side of the events and without hearing from the other party involved they appeared to make sense and be credible. That said if you have factual info to offer or the other party wants to be heard we would certainly be interested.

  2. krob2 May 21, 2020 at 8:47 am

    I made my comments before listening to the podcast. The issue that is a lie is how the interaction with Gindi went down and who took the video. I was the other patron that had the argument with him and I never yelled at him about juicing until I was being escorted out and I just said “thats why everyone thinks your trainer is juicing.” He remembers the situation incorrectly. I made up with Randall at the track a couple of years ago. I want to state this was never an indictment on him. It was what we all thought about Navarro because of his insane winning percentage but we never had proof. What we now see is that the feelings seem to be correct based on the indictment. After seeing the video I knew Gindi was being sarcastic and did not bet 20k with a bookie, anybody with a brain new that. I have nothing against Randall and nobody else should. Could he be loud and rude at times, yes but he was not the villian. It seems Navarro and lets not forget Servis were. On a final note always wished I was wrong about Navarro because he was a personable guy on track but it seems the gut feel was correct.

    1. Jonathan Stettin May 21, 2020 at 9:16 am

      Thank you for weighing in.

  3. mgpicariello@yahoo.com Jun 11, 2020 at 2:08 pm

    I just listened to the whole thing. I am a horsemen and patron of Monmouth Park. How can you guys have empathy for Randall? EVERYONE at the track new Navarro was doping and using juice. How could Randall not? NO ONE CAN improve a horse off claim 15 -20 lengths in a matter of one week. How come you didn’t ask Randall if he was so disgusted by these alleged allegations – is he giving back any of the purse money? He financially benefited from the juice. Hopefully, the tracks can go after the purses. Then you should get Randall back on the podcast as he is bringing back his tainted trophies back to Monmouth. Oh that’s right – hdidn’t know anything because he has two dogs! Great work Jonathan and Gino!

    1. Nick D'Agostino Jun 11, 2020 at 10:40 pm

      I think Randall stated that no matter how many races he won with Navarro he was never in the black. He actually lost money. Thanks for weighing in.

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