Broadcast to include Beverly D., Secretariat and American St. Leger
Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, KY announced today, they will return to Arlington Park for the ninth consecutive year to provide exclusive on-site coverage of Arlington’s International Festival of Racing this Saturday.
HRRN’s broadcast will air live from 4:30 – 7:00 p.m. ET and include a trio of Grade 1 events on the Saturday card: the Arlington Million, Beverly D. and Secretariat as well as the second renewal of the American St. Leger. Fans can tune-in throughout North America on SiriusXM satellite radio and various terrestrial affiliates across the country. In addition, the broadcast will be streamed live on the HRRN website, www.horseracingradio.net. The live stream is also now available to iPhone and iPad users through the HRRN site.
The Arlington Million is part of HRRN’s “Road to the Breeders’ Cup” broadcast series presented by Breeders’ Cup, which showcases live coverage of more than 20 Breeders’ Cup Challenge races. The Arlington Million offers a “Win and You’re In” opportunity in the Breeders’ Cup Turf division while the winner of the Beverly D. will earn an automatic berth into the Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf.
HRRN has provided the national radio broadcast of the Breeders’ Cup World Championships since 2007 and will return to Santa Anita again this year with 20 hours of coverage throughout Breeders’ Cup week beginning Tuesday, October 29.
In addition to the live race coverage, HRRN will host a special Arlington Million edition of their popular morning talk show, the Equine Forum, live from Arlington on Saturday morning. The Equine Forum airs from 8-10 a.m. ET and can be heard on Sirius 93/XM 209 along with select terrestrial affiliates and is streamed worldwide on the HRRN website.
HRRN President Mike Penna will anchor the coverage along with analyst Jude Feld. A complete Road to the Breeders’ Cup schedule along with SiriusXM channel information and affiliates can be found on the HRRN site.
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