Chris Stafford with Co-Hosts and Guests Will Provide Unique Reports, Interviews and News from the Kentucky Horse Park
Lexington, KY - The Eventing Radio Show, part of the Horse Radio Network, plans to mark its second year of coverage of the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event with extensive reporting, interviews, news and views from the 2010 event, which takes place from April 21-25th at the Kentucky Horse Park.
This year's event will also be the test event for the World Equestrian Games so the show will include a preview of what visitors can expect later this year. With the inclusion of Britain's Oliver Townend in the line-up attempting to be only the second rider to win the $250,000 Rolex Gland Slam, plus a total of seven nations competing for North America's only four star prize, there will be plenty of action for the Eventing Radio Show team to follow.
"Since our debut event coverage at last year's event our weekly show has built a worldwide audience in some 37 countries and with that we have created a devoted fan base, which is both dedicated to the sport and eager for event coverage. It's exciting to be able to offer the show as a valued resource and with our team of experts we look forward to providing all the highlights and more of this prestigious event," said Chris Stafford, Host.
This year's event kicks off as usual with the veterinary inspection on Wednesday afternoon, which will launch our daily coverage together with a preview of the record number of entries for this four-star event.One of the Eventing Radio Show's favorite co-hosts, Max Corcoran, will be preparing Mandiba for her rider, Karen O'Connor. Several of our guests from the past year will also be in the running or officiating so we'll be sure to catch up with them too. Plus our Rolex Quiz winner will make their special appearance during the event.
Each special episode will review the competition of the day and preview the follow day with interviews and comments for our team of experts. Tune in to www.eventingradio.com each day of Rolex to be sure to catch all the action.
The Eventing Radio Show will also be supporting The Chronicle of the Horse with their live interactive blogging coverage of Rolex. Chronicle staff will provide play-by-play of the events as they unfold and viewers will be able to chat along. You can follow the fun coverage at www.eventingradio.com or www.chronofhorse.com.