The Hennegan Digital Kitchen's production of "Ironman Perry Ouzts," directed by the Hennegan brothers, has won the Media Eclipse Award for Television-Feature. The production tells the story of 61-year-old journeyman jockey Perry Ouzts, It's the second Eclipse Award for Brad and John Hennegan, who won the television features category in 2008 for "First Saturday in May." In "Ironman Perry Ouzts," the Hennegan brothers capture a few days in the life of the 11th-leading Thoroughbred jockey of all time by wins, following Ouzts during his daily routine at Belterra Park Gaming near Cincinnati, Ohio, that included working four to five horses in the morning and then riding as many as nine races in the afternoon. The program includes interviews with trainer W.J. Danner, jockey John McKee, and Ouzts's wife, Toni, who is a groom at Belterra. Brad Hennegan credits Belterra Park publicist John Engelhardt for bringing Ouzts's story to their attention through Engelhardt's Facebook news feed.