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BloodHorse.com's "Talking' Horses" Next Guest: Larry Jones

LEXINGTON, Ky. — March 19 — Submit your questions now for trainer Larry Jones, for the next edition of BloodHorse.com “Talkin’ Horses” at BloodHorse.com/TalkinHorses. “Talkin' Horses” offers an entertaining and engaging opportunity for racing enthusiasts to submit topical questions to the high-profile insiders, newsmakers and legends of the Thoroughbred industry and then listen to “Talkin' Horses” on BloodHorse.com or download a free podcast to their iPod, or any standard MP3 player, and enjoy the interview at their leisure.

About Larry Jones:

A native of Hopkinsville, Ky., Larry Jones was a commercial farmer before becoming a Thoroughbred owner in 1980 and obtained his trainer's license in 1982. He recorded his first stakes win with Capt. Bold at Ellis Park.

From that point forward, Jones divided his time between the tracks in Kentucky and Arkansas’ Oaklawn Park in the winter until 2006, when he decided to move his summer operation to Delaware Park. He now splits his stable in the winter between Oaklawn and Fair Grounds in New Orleans.

Larry and his wife Cindy work together at the barn and have enjoyed remarkable success since 2002, when he started his first horse in the Breeders’ Cup World Thoroughbred Championships. He has become widely regarded after his victories with grade 1 winners Island Sand and Wildcat Bettie B and graded stakes winners Ruby's Reception, Josh’s Madelyn and Hello Liberty, giving him a reputation of having special talent for training fillies.

At Delaware Park, Jones met Rick Porter, for whom he now trains. For Porter, Jones trained the last two horses to finish second in the Kentucky Derby: Hard Spun in 2007 and Eight Belles in 2008, as well as current Kentucky Derby hopefuls Friesan Fire and Old Fashioned. He also trains the 2008 3-year-old champion filly Proud Spell, who won the Kentucky Oaks, for former Kentucky governor Brereton C. Jones (no relation).

How to participate/submit questions:

Questions for Larry Jones may be submitted now through Sunday, March 22 at 6 pm. ET, by visiting BloodHorse.com/TalkinHorses. The same Internet address will also carry BloodHorse.com “Talkin’ Horses” podcast on Thursday, March 26 at Noon ET.

For more information, visit: BloodHorse.com/TalkinHorses.

Best of Talkin’ Horses Book Now Available:

Eclipse Press, the award-winning book publishing division of Blood-Horse Publications, recently released the engaging new book, Best of Talkin’ Horses, a compilation of the best of the BloodHorse.com’s “Talkin’ Horses” chats. The book can be purchased at any local book store or by visiting ExclusivelyEquine.com.

About BloodHorse.com:

BloodHorse.com was voted the #1 horse industry Web site in 2007, 2005, and 2002 by the American Horse Publications Association, and was previously selected as a Top Seven Equestrian Web site by Forbes magazine. It is the preferred choice of industry professionals and racing enthusiasts alike for up-to-the-minute racing news and information. From award-winning, comprehensive editorial to fan-favorite Breeders’ Cup and Triple Crown Mania channels and the engaging BloodHorse.com “Talkin’ Horses” weekly feature, there is something for all Thoroughbred racing professionals and enthusiasts. BloodHorse.com is operated by Blood-Horse Publications, the Thoroughbred industry’s foremost publishing company. Blood-Horse Publications also publishes The Blood-Horse, a publication of the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (TOBA) and the leading weekly Thoroughbred racing and breeding news and information magazine; the award-winning The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care, a monthly equine health care magazine; The Blood-Horse MarketWatch, a newsletter for Thoroughbred investors and recipient of the prestigious Awards for Publication Excellence (APEX) for 2008, 2006, and 2005; the official Kentucky Derby and Breeders' Cup souvenir magazines; Auction Edge; and Keeneland magazine. In addition, Blood-Horse Publications also publishes equine-related books and videos under the Eclipse Press banner, and operates a family of award-winning Web sites including TheHorse.com, StallionRegister.com, ExclusivelyEquine.com, the official store of Blood-Horse Publications, and TrueNicks.com.

To view up-to-the-minute news and information on your mobile Internet device, visit mobile.BloodHorse.com.

To receive the latest news and important information from BloodHorse.com via RSS feed, visit: BloodHorse.com/RSS.


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