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Today’s HRRN show was hosted live from Airdrie Stud. Host Mike Penna visits with Airdrie founder, former Kentucky Governor Brereton Jones and his son Bret from the historic Woodburn Stud property to preview the Airdrie stallion roster and discuss the success of their runners on the track. In hour 2, trainer Kiaran McLaughlin discusses Withers Stakes contender Alpha and looks back on Consortium’s effort in the Holy Bull, and Team Valor CEO Barry Irwin talks about Animal Kingdom’s comeback and looks at his current 3-year-olds.
Barry talks about Animal Kingdom and previews his current 3-year-olds with Mike Penna on HRRN
Listen to today’s Equine Forum on HRRN featuring special guests: Jockey Jeffrey Sanchez, talking about riding Champion Awesome Feather. Trainer Mike Maker discusses the return of his Juvenile Champ Hansen. Eclipse Award winner Jennie Rees look back on her winning story. Trainer Bill Kaplan talks about Champion Musical Romance returning in today’s Sunshine Millions, and Santa Anita Director of Publicity Mike Willman previews Saturday’s stakes and the LUCK Pick 6.
Mike Maker joins HRRN’s Equine Forum to talk about his Champion
Trainer Kathy Ritvo talks about Mucho Macho Man coming up to Saturday’s Sunshine Millions Classic
Trainer Dale Romans talks about Preakness winner Shackleford pointing for Donn Handicap
Internet exclusive broadcast to air on horseracingradio.net and be presented by
Adena Springs, Gulfstream Park, Santa Anita, and the Stronach Group
Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, KY, announced Thursday it has partnered with Adena Springs, Gulfstream Park, Santa Anita, and the Stronach Group to provide live coverage of the tenth annual Sunshine Millions, Saturday, January 28, from 2-6 p.m. EST.
HRRN’s coverage will include six Florida Sunshine Millions stakes to be contested at Gulfstream Park, along with four stakes to be run on Santa Anita’s Sunshine Millions day card, and will encompass each stakes races included in the $250,000 guaranteed (HBO) LUCK Pick six.
Saturday’s coverage is the first in HRRN’s series of “Internet Exclusive” broadcasts to be made available exclusively on the HRRN website in 2012. Fans can listen live with free streaming at www.horseracingradio.net.
HRRN President Mike Penna will anchor the coverage along with analyst Jude Feld.
(Charles Town, WV) – Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races announced today that it has reached an agreement with Horse Racing Radio Network (“HRRN”), the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, Kentucky, to provide the live radio broadcast for the 2012 Charles Town Classic on April 14.
The Charles Town Classic broadcast will be available worldwide via live streaming on the HRRN website, www.horseracingradio.net. Additional affiliate information along with specific broadcast times and channels will be announced prior to April 14.
HRRN’s award-winning broadcast team will be anchored by HRRN President, Mike Penna, along with analyst Jude Feld.
“We’re excited to add Horse Racing Radio Network to our expanded coverage of the Charles Town Classic,” said Erich Zimny, Charles Town’s Director of Racing Operations. “As the exclusive radio home of the Kentucky Derby, HRRN is at its most visible in the lead-up to the first Saturday in May, which coincides very well with the timing of our race.”
“Charles Town has done a tremendous job of consistently attracting top quality fields for the Classic,” said Penna. “The Grade 2 status is well deserved. We are thrilled to include this event as part of our 2012 schedule and showcase this outstanding night of racing to fans around the globe.”
The $1,000,000 Charles Town Classic will be one of 13 races on April 14 and serves as the feature on a card that includes the $250,000 Robert Hilton Memorial, $200,000 Sugar Maple and 3 other stakes. Post time for the first race on Charles Town Classic day will be 5pm EST.
Listen to today’s HRRN show featuring an outstanding group of special guests: Champion jockey Ramon Dominguez talks about winning his second consecutive Eclipse Award & discusses riding Horse of the Year Havre de Grace, Gio Ponti, & Hansen. Gainesway Farm’s Michael Hernon joins to the show to talk about their red hot stallions Tapit, Corinthian, and Hat Trick. Katie Mikolay calls in from the Fair Grounds to preview the G3 Lecomte. Arlington’s Dave Zenner announces a brand new race to be run on Arlington Million day, and Eric Hamelback joins us from Adena Springs to share his thoughts on the seven time Eclipse Award winning breeders.
2-time Eclipse Award winning jockey Ramon Dominguez on our January 21st Equine Forum