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Winning Ponies

Winning Ponies

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October 29th 2015:2015 Breeders' Cup Special - DRF Handicapper Dan Illman, Writer and Handicapper Rich Eng and Multiple Award Winner Jennie Rees

It's Heeeeeeere! One of the most historic Breeders' Cups ever. Hosted for the first time at the iconic Keeneland Race Course with its new dirt course, and for the first time ever a Triple Crown winner will compete as American Pharoah goes to post in the Classic. We have assembled racing experts from coast-to-coast to cover all the action. DRF's Dan Illman will give us his perspective from the East Coast while Rich Eng will analyze the Best of the West. Right in the middle is multiple Eclipse Award winning writer Jennie Rees, who is based in Lexington this week and will have the latest br

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Dan Illman

Dan Illman is the DRF.com Handicapping Editor and host of the Daily Racing Form News Desk. He joined Daily Racing Form in 1998 and was promoted to handicapper two years later. Illman's “Spa Babies” and “Keeneland Babies” columns are also featured on DRF.com during the Saratoga and Keeneland meets. Prior to DRF, Illman worked as racing writer, analyst, and handicapper for Sports Eye Inc. In 2005, Illman authored the book Betting Maidens and Two-Year-Olds, and he released the DVD Trip Handicapping in 2008, both for DRF Press. He also co-hosted the weekly New York City-OTB TV show “Out of the Gate” from 2007-2010. Illman lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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Jennie Rees

Jennie Rees was selected to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame's Joe Hirsch Media Roll of Honor and on Feb. 4th, 2015 she is getting the Tom Hammond Media Award along with Chris Collinwood, Don Atkins and Mitch Barnhart at the Lexington Convention Center's Bluegrass Ballroom. For the last 28 years Jennie Rees has been associated with the Louisville Courrier-Journal as a turf writer. Prior to that, she had a stint of 2 years with the Rochester Times-Union as a sportswriter copy editor. She had graduated from Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, with an A.B. in Journalism and Forensic Studies. She was a member and former president of the National Turf Writers Association. Amon
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Richard Eng

Richard Eng covers the Horse Racing industry. "Handicapping for Dummies" is one of the many handicapping books he wrote. He also is a writer for Las Vegas Review Journal and the Daily Racing Form.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1448/winning-ponies 23/11/2017 05:00 23/11/2017 06:00 Winning Ponies https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1448/winning-ponies It's Heeeeeeere! One of the most historic Breeders' Cups ever. Hosted for the first time at the iconic Keeneland Race Course with its new dirt course, and for the first time ever a Triple Crown winner will compete as American Pharoah goes to post in the Classic. We have assembled racing experts from coast-to-coast to cover all the action. DRF's Dan Illman will give us his perspective from the East Coast while Rich Eng will analyze the Best of the West. Right in the middle is multiple Eclipse Award winning writer Jennie Rees, who is based in Lexington this week and will have the latest breaking news from Keeneland. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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