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Aces Facebook Chats Return March 20

Q-Racing Aces and guests to chat with fans every week via Facebook.

By Martha Claussen
AQHA
March 13, 2014

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Expert handicappers will offer insight free to fans via social media.

The AQHA's Q-Racing Aces will resume weekly live Facebook chats beginning Thursday, March 20.  Aces Denis Blake, Martha Claussen, Jennifer Hancock, Jen Perkins and John Hernandez will rotate hosting the live chats each Thursday from 3-4 p.m. (CT).  The chats are open to the public; fans can simply log onto the Racing Aces Facebook page to ask questions or share their handicapping insights.

The first live Facebook chat is set for Thursday, March 20, when Ace Martha Claussen will welcome her special guest, trainer Judd Kearl. The Texas-based conditioner has horses competing at Remington Park, and will be gunning for his seventh training title at Sam Houston Race Park when their Quarter Horse racing season gets underway on Friday, March 21.

On Thursday, March 27, Ace Denis Blake will be joined by Chris Kotulak, the engaging and popular handicapping analyst at Remington Park. Their live racing season continues through June 1 with some of the country's top horsemen competing in a very lucrative stakes program.

Additional special guest will be announced in the near future with Quarter Horse racing experts Ty Wyant,  Dave Weaver, Mike Joyce, Jeremy Plonk, Jose Contreras and Jonathan Horowitz among just a few of the nationally prominent experts expected to join the Aces.

"Live chats are an excellent way to engage our fans and share valuable handicapping information regarding Quarter Horse racing," said AQHA Executive Director of Racing Trey Buck. “The Aces enjoy the interaction and we feel that our special guest contributors will make the chats even more interesting and informative.”

The Racing Aces program got underway in 2010 with an experienced group of American Quarter Horse and Thoroughbred handicappers, racing writers and publicists. For more information on live racing, handicapping or future Racing Ace appearances, visit the AQHA's racing website at www.aqharacing.com or follow the Aces on Twitter: @HorseRacingAces.

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