Posted Friday, January 31, 2020
Gulfstream Park's Holy Bull Stakes (G3) takes the spotlight in a new edition of the Kentucky Winner's Circle podcast hosted by EJ Clark.

Clark chats with Daily Racing Form reporter Marty McGee on the field, plus looks back to an interview with Jack Knowlton, head of the partnership that campaigns race favorite Tiz the Law.

Additionally, reporting from Florida, Clark gets an update on another early Kentucky Derby favorite, Dennis' Moment, from trainer Dale Romans.

Tune in below -- and click here to listen if the audio player isn't displaying.

Posted Saturday, January 18, 2020
EJ Clark previews Thursday's championship unveil, plus talks Derby trail.
Posted Saturday, November 2, 2019
On a Breeders' Cup Saturday double play of shows, the Kentucky Winner's Circle analyzes top races at Santa Anita Park, plus interviews some Kentucky connections about their shot in the year-end events.

Host EJ Clark and Lane Gold first break down the Breeders' Cup Classic and what the fortunes of 3-year-olds like Code of Honor could have with a victory when it comes to the Eclipse Awards.



In a second podcast, connections of Street Band (Distaff), Arklow (Turf) and Hog Creek Hustle (Sprint) discuss their chances coming out of Kentucky to contend in California.

Posted Monday, October 28, 2019
On a new edition of the Kentucky Winner's Circle, host EJ Clark spotlights horses who prepped for Friday and Saturday's Breeders' Cup in the Commonwealth.

Included are interviews with trainers Mark Casse and Wesley Ward, with Casse speaking to the benefits of staying home with Peace Achieved, a last out winner of Keeneland's Bourbon Stakes (G3) now aiming at the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf.

Among Ward's charges for the championships is Kimari, a filly who beat the boys in Keeneland's Indian Summer Stakes and now leads the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint.

Kentucky Winner's Circle co-host Lane Gold also joins this special edition podcast comparing the Breeders' Cup's early days to the current two-day format featuring 14 races at Santa Anita Park.

Audio player not displaying below? Click here to listen.

Posted Friday, June 7, 2019
On a new edition of the Kentucky Winner's Circle, hosts EJ Clark and Lane Gold preview Saturday's Belmont Stakes with a pair of special guests.

Along with handicapping from the hosts, trainers Mark Casse (War of Will) and Dale Romans (Everfast) join to discuss the final leg of the Triple Crown series. Additionally, Tom Amoss, who trains Kentucky Oaks winner Serengeti Empress, discusses the importance of her winning on more circuits as she takes on Saturday's Acorn Stakes.

Clark and Gold also share their handicapping insights for the Met Mile, Ogden Phipps and Manhattan Handicap, which all run as part of a blockbuster weekend in New York.

Posted Wednesday, May 15, 2019
On a special edition of the Kentucky Winner's Circle, hosts EJ Clark and Lane Gold welcome in trainer Dale Romans to discuss the controversial, historic and well-publicized disqualification of Maximum Security in the Kentucky Derby.

This show, recorded Saturday, May 11, goes in depth with thoughts from Romans, Churchill Downs' all-time winningest trainer. He didn't have a horse in the race, but Romans has a clear opinion on stewards' unanimous call.

Listen below, and expect select editions of the Kentucky Winner's Circle to continue throughout Triple Crown season.

Posted Saturday, April 20, 2019
Listen in to interviews with trainers Bill Mott and Bret Calhoun on their contenders.
Posted Friday, April 12, 2019
Listen in to TVG's Caleb Keller and Richard Mandella, trainer of Omaha Beach.
Posted Friday, April 5, 2019
Preview the Blue Grass Stakes with EJ Clark interviewing connections.
Posted Friday, March 29, 2019
Hear from Mark Hennig and Jay Privman on a new podcast on Saturday's Derby prep.
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Meet E. J. Clark

E. J., a 30-year broadcast radio veteran, has covered Thoroughbred racing for most of that time. After 22 years on the air as a DJ and program director, he joined his radio station’s sales staff at WTMT- AM in Louisville, Ky., and created what is now the city’s longest-running horse racing talk show, the Kentucky Winner’s Circle, in 1997.

Originally known as “The Road to Racing,” the show has aired on a number of local stations, and it returns in 2020 on 93.9 The Ville while streaming live on ESPNLouisville.com. Listen in from 10-11 a.m. ET starting Feb. 22.

When racing’s in session at Kentucky’s major circuits, you can find Clark, microphone in hand, roaming the barn area, with those interviews and more coming to Horse Racing Nation during Triple Crown season.


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