Horse Racing Talk: Eurton sums up Breeders' Cup landscape

Horse Racing Talk: Eurton sums up Breeders' Cup landscape
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Horse Racing Nation is thrilled to syndicate "Horse Racing Talk," hosted by Iowa-based KXnO's Emery Songer and John Hernandez. Look for a new edition here each week!

On the latest show...

 The hosts catch up on the biggest news in racing: Omaha Beach's comeback victory, Enable's defeat in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and a new rider named for McKinzie.
 Barry Meadow, author of 
"The Skeptical Handicapper: Using Data and Brains to Win at the Racetrack," discusses his book along with a way to get a discount on it.
 TVG and NBC Sports' Britney Eurton updates the Breeders' Cup landscape inside a month from the Nov. 1-2 championships at Santa Anita Park.

Meet the Hosts

Emery Songer and John Hernandez talk with some of the biggest names in horse racing weekly on 
KXnO's Horse Racing Talk!

Emery grew to love horse racing by watching horses like Barbaro and Rachel Alexandra while witnessing the pageantry and history of The Sport of Kings. John is a longtime veteran of the horse racing media world and he currently serves as the track television handicapper and commentator at Prairie Meadows in Altoona, Iowa. His years in the industry all over the country have allowed him to create relationships with some of the top jockeys, trainers and personalities in horse racing.

Together, they bring different perspectives and analysis from the biggest races and events on the national thoroughbred scene. Each week, some of the important players in the game talk about their experiences and give special insight about the latest happenings in their career and on the track. Tune into the show each week to stay up-to-date on some of the biggest stories here, at or through the iHeartRadio app.

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