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XpressBet Weekend Stakes Preview - October 24, 2014

From October 24, 2014, Anthony Stabile, and Ellis Starr handicap the weekend's biggest stakes races including the Bold Ruler Handicap, Chelsey Flower Stakes, Jean Lafitte Stakes, Hagyard Fayette Stakes, Gin Rummy Champ Stakes, Autumn Miss Stakes, Pike Place Dancer Stakes, Awad Stakes, Turnback the Alarm Handicap and the Lure Stakes, plus give you the the "Xpress-bet of the Day."

17 HOURS OF LIVE BREEDERS’ CUP COVERAGE BEGINS WEDNESDAY ON HRRN

17 HOURS OF LIVE BREEDERS’ CUP COVERAGE BEGINS WEDNESDAY ON HRRN

 

Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, KY, announced Friday they will return to Santa Anita Park in Arcadia California to provide 17 hours of live Breeders’ Cup coverage beginning Wednesday, October 29.   

Brisnet Call In Show - October 23, 2014

HRRN's Brisnet.com Call In Show from October 23, 2014. Hosted by Anthony Stabile and James Scully.

"Hey Big A What Do You Say?" - 9 Days to the Cup

By Anthony Stabile

FILLY & MARE SPRINT

$1 million; 7 furlongs; 3up(f&m)

 

This race has become famous quite simply because Groupie Doll, the winner of the last pair of runnings and easily one of the more popular horses of this generation. When first contested in 2007 it was run at six furlongs because host track Monmouth Park isn’t configured for its intended distance.

 

Trainer Talk with Niall Saville and Phil Serpe

HRRN's Trainer Talk show presented by Fasig-Tipton. Trainers Niall Saville and Phil Serpe discuss their careers.

"Hey Big A What Do You Say?" - 10 Days to the Cup

By Anthny Stabile

TURF SPRINT

$1 million; 6 ½ furlongs (T); 3up

 

While most had been crying out for the Breeders’ Cup to add this event for years, it didn’t happen until 2008, when Desert Code stormed down the hill to pay $75 in a shocker. Since that event, three of five favorites have won, making it one of the most formful races to be run at the World Championships.

 

"Hey Big A What Do You Say?" - 11 Days to the Cup

By Anthony Stabile

DIRT MILE

$1 million; 1 mile; 3up

 

Another race launched in 2007, the thinking was that it was finally time for a Breeders’ Cup event that focuses on one of the more interesting equine athletes – the miler. Sprints are too short for them, routes too long for them but the mile, like the little bear’s porridge and bed, is just right.

 

"Hey Big A What Do You Say?" - 12 Days to the Cup

By Anthony Stabile

 

JUVENILE TURF

$1 million; 1 mile (T); 2YO

 

Contested for the first time back in 2007 when the Breeders’ Cup expanded to the current two day format, the Juvenile Turf finally offered U.S. runners with an affinity for the lawn a chance to notch a Cup score and gave the Europeans yet another reason to send runners in spades.

 

"Hey Big A What Do You Say?" - 13 Days to the Cup

By Anthony Stabile 
 
JUVENILE FILLIES TURF
 
$1 million; 1 mile (T); 2YO fillies
 
In 2007, the Juvenile Turf was run for the first time over a boggy Monmouth Park turf course. 
 
It pitted the colts and geldings against fillies. A year later, the Juvenile Fillies Turf came into 
 
existence and has been a mainstay on the Friday program.