Upcoming Aces Chats Feature Top Guests
Q-Racing Aces share handicapping and racing information in weekly free chats.
April 23, 2014
The AQHA's Q-Racing Aces are hosting weekly live Facebook chats every Thursday at 3 p.m. Central on their Racing Aces Facebook page. The chats are open to the public; fans can simply log on to ask questions or share their handicapping insights.
Aces Denis Blake, Martha Claussen, Jennifer Hancock, John Hernandez and Jen Perkins rotate hosting the live chats each Thursday from 3-4 p.m. (CT).
In addition to the racing and handicapping expertise shared by the Aces, they will be joined by special guests.
On April 24, Martha Claussen will be joined by TVG's Quarter Horse analyst Dave Weaver. Both experts can share handicapping advice and information for American Quarter Horse racing around the country, as well as Thoroughbred racing.
On May 1, Ace Denis Blake and Horseplayernow.com's Jeremy Plonk will join fans to discuss racing and handicapping, with Thoroughbred racing's Kentucky Derby looming that weekend.
On May 8, respected Daily Racing Form columnist Jay Privman joins Ace John Hernandez.
On May 15, Quarter Horse racing fans look forward to the opening of the Ruidoso Downs summer season, and the track's Media Director Ty Wyant will join Jen Perkins to talk about some of the great racing on The Mountain.
Ace Jennifer Hancock on May 22 will talk horse racing and handicapping, and will be joined by Janet VanBebber James, an all-time leading American Quarter Horse trainer with a wealth of knowledge on racing and breeding who recently retired from training and is still involved in many facets of the industry.
Guests attending recently completed Q-Racing Aces Facebook chats include trainer Judd Kearl, Remington Park analyst Chris Kotulak, racing announcer Jonathan Horowitz and America's Best Racing's Jose Contreras.
To chat with these national horse racing experts, simply visit the Q-Racing Aces Facebook Page on Thursdays from 3-4 p.m. Central and type your comment or question in the comments line.
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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