The Lexington-based Horse Racing Radio Network will provide 6 1/2 hours of live coverage of Kentucky Oaks and Derby days.
The Horse Racing Radio Network has reached an agreement with Pimlico Race Course and the Maryland Jockey Club to become the exclusive national radio network for the 2008 Preakness Stakes (gr. I).
Horse Racing Radio Network, a national radio company founded to present major Thoroughbred stakes races each week on public radio, has purchased the exclusive radio rights to the 2007 Belmont Stakes (gr. I).
The Horse Racing Radio Network will provide racing fans with nine hours of live coverage on Kentucky Oaks (gr. I) and Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I) days.
The Horse Racing Radio Network will provide exclusive live coverage of Keeneland's feature throughout the spring meet.
Racing fans throughout Central Kentucky can listen to three hours of live Florida Derby (gr. I) coverage March 31 on the Horse Racing Radio Network.
The Horse Racing Radio Network will make its inaugural visit to historic Fair Grounds Race Course March 10 to provide listeners throughout Kentucky and New Orleans with live coverage of all five Fair Grounds stakes races.
The Horse Racing Radio Network, which is based in Lexington, announced Jan 31. that it will provide its listeners with live coverage of more than 180 stakes races throughout 2007. It also announced that WLXO FM 96.1 in Lexington is its new flagship station.
The Lexington-based Horse Racing Radio Network announced Oct. 3 that it has added Keeneland's feature races to its 2006 broadcast schedule. HRRN will provide its listeners with live coverage of Keeneland's feature race each day throughout the upcoming fall meet.
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