"This engaging new feature will add something different and distinct to our comprehensive online coverage of Thoroughbred racing's biggest events," noted bloodhorse.com editorial director Ray Paulick. "We all know there's a lot more going on at these gatherings than conventional coverage has been able to bring to readers in the past. With Morning Line our readers will experience much more of the flavor and color than ever before."
Future plans call for similar coverage from the Preakness and Belmont as the Triple Crown saga unfolds, as well as online journals from Saratoga, select Thoroughbred sale sites, and the Breeders' Cup World Championships -- among others.
"Along with our tremendously successful bloodhorse.com Talkin' Horses series of online chats with notable members of the Thoroughbred community," Paulick added, "we hope Morning Line will become yet another reason why people turn to bloodhorse.com for the best coverage on the Web."
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