From June 21, 2013, Jude Feld, and Ellis Star handicap the weekend’s biggest stakes races and give you the “Xpress-Bet of the Day”
HRRN’s Brisnet.com Call In Show Presented by TwinSpires June 27th, 2013. Hosted by Chad Summers, Ellis Star and Ed DeRosa.
HRRN’s Trainer Talk show from June 26, 2013 New York trainers Gary Contessa and Tom Bush discuss their careers.
Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, KY, announced Thursday they will return to Belmont Park for the seventh consecutive year to provide six hours of live Belmont Stakes coverage this Saturday.
HRRN coverage begins Saturday morning with a special Belmont Stakes edition of the network’s popular weekly talk show, the Equine Forum, from 8-10 a.m. ET followed by live coverage of the Easy Goer Stakes, True North Handicap (G2) and Longines Just A Game (G1) from 2-4 p.m. ET.
HRRN continues with live coverage of the 145th Belmont Stakes (G1) and 141st Woodford Reserve Manhattan (G1) from 5-7 p.m. ET. Read more
Mike Penna and Jude Feld broadcast live from our Lexington, KY studio to preview Belmont’s New York Showcase Day and the inaugural Penn Mile. Special guests include Tracy Egan, Gary Contessa and Dan Silver.
Coverage to include Black Eyed Susan, Pimlico Special and Preakness day undercard stakes
Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, KY, announced Tuesday they will provide eight hours of Preakness Stakes coverage live from Pimlico Race Course beginning Friday, May 17th. For the sixth consecutive year, HRRN’s coverage will culminate Saturday afternoon with exclusive coverage of the 138th Preakness from
5-7 p.m. ET.
HRRN ‘s coverage begins Friday with a two hour broadcast of the Grade 2 Black Eyed Susan and Grade 3 Pimlico Special from 4-6 p.m. ET. On Saturday, HRRN will host a special Preakness Stakes edition of their popular weekly talk show, the Equine Forum, from 8-10 a.m. ET. The network’s live race coverage continues Saturday afternoon with the Preakness day undercard stakes from 2:00-4:00 ET followed by exclusive radio coverage of Preakness 138 beginning at 5:00 ET.
Fans can tune in on multiple HRRN affiliates throughout the country as well as on SiriusXM satellite radio and online with live streaming provided on the HRRN website, www.horseracingradio.net. HRRN’s coverage of the Preakness Stakes will also be aired to U.S. service men and women around the globe on the American Forces Network. A complete listing of affiliates and SiriusXM channel information can be found on the HRRN site.
Additional HRRN programming throughout Preakness week includes “Trainer Talk” on Wednesday afternoon, the “Brisnet.com Call In Show” presented by TwinSpires on Thursday and the “Xpressbet Weekend Stakes Preview” on Friday. All three shows can be heard live from 6-7 p.m. ET on Sirius 93/XM 209.
HRRN President, Mike Penna will anchor the coverage along with analysts Jude Feld and Kurt Becker. Sean Clancy and Chad Summers will provide live paddock interviews and commentary.
PIMLICO ANNOUNCES 2013 ALIBI BREAKFAST AWARD WINNERS
BALTIMORE, 04-11-13—Pimlico Race Course today announced the winners of this year’s Preakness media awards. Honorees will be recognized and awards presented at the May 16 Alibi Breakfast in the Terrace Dining Room. The ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m., two days prior to the middle jewel of the Triple Crown, the $1 million Preakness® Stakes (G1).
The Special Award of Merit is given to someone who has made a positive impact on the racing industry. The 2013 winner is Horse Player NOW. Founded by Jeremy Plonk and Joe Kristufek, Horse Player NOW has provided handicapping tips, picks and analysis to more nearly 20 racetracks since 2009. The organization’s Night School, on Tuesday night’s since 2011, offers free online fan education. The Horse Player NOW team will be offering Wagering 101 advice in the Pimlico infield on Preakness weekend for the fourth consecutive year. Read more
Mike Penna and Jude Feld talk Derby with special guests Darren Rogers, Rolly Hoyt, Ken Adelson and Randy Gullatt.
Mike Penna, Jude Feld and Ellis Starr handicap the weekend’s biggest stakes races and give you the “Xpress-Bet of the Day”
Just as The Special did during the summer of 2012 at Saratoga, we’ll provide some nuggets of wisdom from Hall of Fame trainer Allen Jerkens . . .
Editor’s Note: This article gets updated frequently so be sure to check back often. The dates below are when we posted the quote. The conversations have taken place over the years at Saratoga, Belmont, Florida, anywhere we could sit or stand or walk with The Chief.
The Chief’s Words are brought to you by the New York Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association.
March 10: “You know Assault was a nice horse. You look up his record. I’ll never forget, when he was a 4-year-old and I was at Aqueduct, I was 16 or 17, anyway, he came over there, he was stabled at Belmont and worked a mile and an eighth on Thursday, he was running on Saturday. He worked with two horses. He won going a mile and a quarter, carrying 135 pounds. It’s amazing, the concept has completely turned around. Being around horses, I always say, a horse can be his own worst enemy, he’ll give you more when he’s light on his feet and fresh, but it’ll ruin him. That’s what make it so tough to train. You’ll get away with running a horse that’s extra fit and they win and then you figure that’s what you do with all of them. But you don’t know which ones it really hurts in the end. Same thing with riders. I think hard-whipping jocks shorten the life of a horse. You take some jocks, they never stay with a 2-year-old and all the way through his 3-year-old year. It’s hard to figure out, which is right, which is wrong, which proves to be right, which proves to be wrong.” Read more