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HRRN, YAHOO! SPORTS RADIO REACH AGREEMENT FOR 2014 TRIPLE CROWN BROADCASTS

Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, KY, announced Thursday they have reached an agreement with Yahoo! Sports Radio to carry the networks broadcasts of the 2014 Triple Crown on more than 70 Yahoo! Sports Radio affiliates across the United States.

For the fourth consecutive year, HRRN will provide exclusive radio coverage of the 140th Kentucky Derby presented by Yum! Brands on Saturday May 3 live from Churchill Downs in Louisville, KY. HRRN has been the exclusive radio partner of the Preakness Stakes since 2008 and will once again originate coverage of the “middle jewel” live from Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, MD on Saturday, May 17 before returning to Belmont Park in Elmont, NY for the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, June 7. Read more

BLUE GRASS STAKES AND ARKANSAS DERBY HIGHLIGHT WEEKEND ON HRRN

Three time Blue Grass Stakes winning jockey Shane Sellers joins broadcast team

Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the exclusive radio network of the 140th Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby, continues their “Road to the Kentucky Derby” broadcast series live from Keeneland Race Course this Saturday with exclusive radio coverage of the 90th Toyota Blue Grass Stakes and the 78th renewal of the Arkansas Derby beginning at 4:00 ET. Read more

“Hey Big A, What Do You Say?”

By Anthony “The Big A” Stabile

I haven’t been excited going into a weekend in the manner I was this past Saturday since the Breeders’ Cup last November. A ton of great racing was slated for Dubai, Gulfstream and the Fair Grounds and my 37th birthday was all set for Monday.

The way I figured, I’d win four figures Saturday, watch the Kentucky game with my HRRN Live! tag-team partner Chad Summers on Sunday then blow it out with family and friends, including my main man Jack Daniels on Monday. Read more

HRRN Renews Agreements to Broadcast Triple Crown, Breeders’ Cup

For the fourth consecutive year, Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, KY, will provide live on-site coverage of all three Triple Crown races as well as the two-day Breeders’ Cup World Championships.

HRRN announced on Monday, they have renewed their exclusive agreement with Churchill Downs, Inc. to broadcast the 140th Kentucky Derby presented by Yum! Brands on Saturday May 3 and have reached a three year agreement with the Maryland Jockey Club to be the exclusive radio network of the Preakness Stakes through 2016. In addition, HRRN will provide the national broadcast of the 146th Belmont Stakes on Saturday, June 7 and will return to Santa Anita Park on Friday, October 31 and Saturday November 1 as the exclusive radio partner of the Breeders’ Cup World Championships. Read more

DUBAI WORLD CUP, FLORIDA DERBY AND LOUISIANA DERBY TOP STELLAR WEEKEND ON HRRN

Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, KY returns to Gulfstream Park this Saturday and will provide five and a half hours of exclusive live radio coverage beginning with the $10 million Dubai World at noon ET. Coverage of the Dubai World Cup will be presented by BetAmercia and feature the Dubai Duty Free and Dubai Sheema Classic as well as the UAE Derby on taped delay. Read more

“Hey Big A, What Do You Say?”

By Anthony “The Big A” Stabile

The past few weeks on the 2014 Kentucky Derby trail are a great example of how the pendulum can swing crazy in the Sport of Kings, especially around this time each and every year. Read more

“Hey Big A, What Do You Say?”

By Anthony “The Big A” Stabile

In a nutshell, this past Saturday was a great example as to why I love the Sport of Kings as much as I do. In a five hour period, we were treated to a plethora of different races and story angles, from the every winter prevalent Triple Crown Trail for the sophomores to seeing the best older horses in the land, some of whom are still looking to establish themselves while others were in search of at least one more good afternoon in the sun. Read more

“Hey Big A, What Do You Say?”

By Anthony “The Big A” Stabile

The Kentucky Derby Trail has really started to heat up since we last met a couple of weeks ago as we’ve had three major points race preps as all races, save the Lexington from here on in, are worth at least 50 Derby points to the winner.

Back on February 22nd, Fair Grounds hosted the Risen Star while Gulfstream offered both the Fountain of Youth and what could be a key race allowance contest earlier in the card. That’s where we’ll start. Read more

Eclipse Award-Winning HRRN to be Exclusive Radio Home of the Charles Town Classic & Penn Gaming Racing Challenge

Wyomissing, PA (February 24, 2014) – Beginning with the $1,500,000 Charles Town Classic (G2) at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races on April 19, Horse Racing Radio Network (“HRRN”) – the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, Kentucky – will become the exclusive radio home for the remaining 5 events in the 2014 Penn Gaming Racing Challenge. In addition to Charles Town Classic day, the HRRN team will provide coverage of Penn National’s Penn Mile card on May 31, the Race for the Ribbon program at Charles Town on September 20 as well as Zia Park’s Land of Enchantment day and Penn’s Thanksgiving Eve Racing Festival, both of which take place on November 26 and round out the series. Read more

HRRN Begins “Road to the Kentucky Derby” Live from Gulfstream Park this Saturday

Broadcast to include Fountain of Youth and Risen Star Stakes

For the fourth consecutive year, Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, KY will provide exclusive radio coverage of the Kentucky Derby, presented by Yum! Brands on Saturday, May 3rd live from Churchill Downs.

This Saturday, HRRN returns to Gulfstream Park to begin their “Road to the Kentucky Derby” broadcast series showcasing live coverage of the Derby prep races included in the Kentucky Derby Championship Series which begins with Gulfstream’s Grade 2 Fountain of Youth and the Grade 2 Risen Star Stakes at the Fair Grounds. HRRN’s series consists of nine broadcasts spotlighting fourteen races in the Championship Series.

Saturday’s broadcast begins at 4:30 ET and includes coverage of the Grade 2 Davona Dale and Grade 3 Canadian Turf Stakes in addition to the Fountain of Youth and Risen Star.

“The Kentucky Derby is The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports, but there is more to the Derby than just the first Saturday in May,” said Mike Penna, President of HRRN. “The prep races showcased in the Championship Series provide great theater and we are proud to enhance our Derby coverage by bringing the excitement of these races to racing fans around the world.”

Listeners can tune-in to the broadcasts throughout North America on SiriusXM satellite radio as well as on select terrestrial affiliates and via live streaming provided on the HRRN website, www.horseracingradio.net. In addition, the streaming can be accessed on mobile phones and tablets but clicking the “Listen Live” button on the HRRN home page.

Broadcast times and a listing of SiriusXM channel information and affiliates can be found on the schedule page of the HRRN site.

HRRN Road to the Kentucky Derby Schedule:

February 22: Fountain of Youth (G2)/Risen Star (G2)
March 1: Gotham Stakes (G3)
March 8: Tampa Bay Derby (G2)
March 15: Rebel Stakes (G2)
March 22: Spiral Stakes (G3)
March 29: UAE Derby (G2)/Florida Derby (G1)/Louisiana Derby (G2)
April 5: Wood Memorial (G1)/Santa Anita Derby (G1)
April 12: Bluegrass Stakes (G1)/Arkansas Derby (G1)
April 19: Coolmore Lexington (G3)