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McGaughey, Bradley to Appear on HRRN

Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN), the Eclipse Award-winning broadcast organization based in Lexington, KY, announced today, Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGauhey and  Buff Bradley, trainer of Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint contender Groupie Doll, will appear as special guests on Wednesday's edition of Trainer Talk on the networks new Final Furlong Show.

 

HRRN's Final Furlong Show can be heard every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 6-7 p.m. ET on Sirius 93 XM 209.  Each show features a specific format with Wednesday dedicated to interviews with top trainers, a listener call in show on Thursday and a weekend preview handicapping show each Friday.

 

The Final Furlong is part of HRRN's new HRRNLive! show which airs from 3-7 ET Wednesday through Friday.  More information and a complete schedule is available at hrrnlive.com.

 

Podcast replays of previous Trainer Talk shows with Ken McPeek, Wayne Catalano and Ron Ellis are available on the HRRN home page, horseracingradio.net. 

 

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