By Marina Bui —-
BIG GUEST LINEUP Featuring JERRY BAILEY, RANDY MOSS,
TODD SCHRUPP, Jeremiah Englehart & TONY ALLEVATO
on AT THE POST LIVE SEASON FINALE
Presented by NYRA Bets
Thursday, August 31 at the Parting Glass Pub from 8-9 p.m. ET
Nationally televised NYRA horse racing personality and pundit, host Andy Serling returns to the ESPN airwaves and on location at the Parting Glass Pub for a sixth season of At The Post Live, a one-of-a kind, destination live event programming, where racing and sports personalities, experts, stars and analysts come together around the annual American sports pilgrimage that is summer racing in historic Saratoga Springs.
Thursday, August 31, 2017 – 8:00 p.m. ET to 9:00 p.m. ET
LIVE on location at The Parting Glass Pub – 40 Lake Avenue, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Broadcast on ESPN 104.5 FM “The Team” with livestreaming on www.1045theteam.com
Due to a Yankees broadcast conflict, the show will air on ESPN 104.5 FM “The Team” on Saturday, September 2 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. ET and Sunday, September 3 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. ET.
Jerry Bailey is a retired Hall of Fame jockey, who currently serves as an analyst for NBC Sports network. In his illustrious career as a jockey, Bailey won 216 Grade 1 races, 16 New York riding titles, and ranked second all-time in purse earnings only behind fellow Hall of Fame rider Pat Day. He is distinguished as the all-time leading jockey in Breeders’ Cup wins with 15, including five Classic victories aboard Black Tie Affair, 133-1 long shot Arcangues, Concern, Saint Liam and the famous Cigar, whose Hall of Fame career under Bailey included 16 consecutive wins and an undefeated 1995 season. Bailey has won six individual Triple Crown races, and he has been named the Eclipse Awards’ Outstanding Jockey in North America a record seven times and was the first jockey ever to win three consecutive Eclipse Awards. His other honors include the George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award, the top lifetime achievement award for North American jockeys; the Mike Venezia Memorial Award for extraordinary sportsmanship and citizenship; and induction into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in 1995. In addition to his countless stakes victories at tracks around the country, Bailey has won—among his many Saratoga victories—six editions of the Hopeful Stakes, five Whitney Stakes, and three runnings of the Travers Stakes. Follow Jerry Bailey on Twitter: @jerrydbailey
Randy Moss is a thoroughbred racing analyst and college football and basketball play-by-play announcer for NBC and NBCSN. He also works as a host for Golf Channel and field reporter for NFL Network. Previously, Moss served as NBC Olympics’ ski jumping and Nordic combined reporter at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, and as a play-by-play announcer for synchronized swimming, white water canoeing, kayaking, water polo and the walks during NBC’s coverage of the 2012 Olympic Summer Games in London. Prior to his television career, Moss was a newspaper reporter, horse racing handicapper and columnist for 20 years at the Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Arkansas Democrat and Arkansas Gazette. Moss has covered all but two runnings of the Kentucky Derby since 1980, either in print or on television. He has worked racing telecasts from every major racetrack in North America, as well as tracks in Ireland, Dubai and Barbados. Follow Randy Moss on Twitter: @randy_moss_TV
Todd Schrupp is a long-time host and racing analyst for TVG.While studying at the University of Minnesota, he took a job in the marketing department at Canterbury Downs. Schrupp worked his way up to a full-time position as an in-house analyst-handicapper, and eventually, as a backup for track announcer Tony Bentley. In 1991, he left to be the in-house handicapper and backup track announcer to the legendary Phil Salzman at Calder Race Course in Miami. While at Calder, Schrupp earned an Eclipse Award Honorable Mention for his piece on trainer Marty Wolfson’s wife, Carla, and her recovery from an accident where she was kicked and injured by a horse. In 1999, Schrupp saw an ad in The Daily Racing Form for a new horse racing network called TVG. He auditioned and was one of the first on-air people hired. His career highlight, he says, will always be his involvement in the launch of TVG. Follow Todd Schrupp on Twitter: @ToddTVG
Jeremiah Englehart is a multiple graded stakes winning trainer and the son of trainer Chris Englehart. He scored his first career racing victory with Hoosick Falls in the 2007 Susan B. Anthony Handicap at Finger Lake and picked up his first career graded stakes win when his charge, Tamarind Hall, won the 2011 Bed o’ Roses Handicap at Belmont Park. Englehart also has enjoyed success with King Kreesa, and earned a groundbreaking victory at the 2013 Breeders’ Cup World Championships when Ria Antonia won the Juvenile Fillies. Other notable Englehart-trained horses include The Tea Cups, Summer Breezing and Anna Rae. He is once again enjoying another strong Saratoga meet. Follow Jeremiah Englehart on Twitter: @jceracing
Tony Allevato is the President of NYRA Bets and Executive Producer – NYRA TV. He is responsible for overseeing NYRA Bets, NYRA’s national Advanced Deposit Wagering platform; and for the format, content, talent and all production elements of NYRA’s television programs. Allevato joined NYRA in 2016 from High Hand Media, based in Los Angeles, where he served as Owner and President of the Sports Television, Racetrack Marketing and Digital Media Production company. His clients included NYRA for which Allevato oversaw the launch and rebranding of NYRA Rewards to NYRA Bets, which debuted at Saratoga’s 2016 racing meet. For NYRA, Allevato was responsible for obtaining regulatory gaming licenses in various states and for transitioning the regional MSG Network television programs from taped shows to the critically acclaimed multiple “live” shows, Belmont Park Live & Saratoga Live. Also, he negotiated a national television rights deal with Fox Sports to air more than 80 hours during the 2016 and 2017 Saratoga race meets, which represents the most extensive national TV rights deal in racing history. Allevato also negotiated a 50-hour regional network TV rights deal with Altitude Sports network that aired Saratoga Live during the 2016 season; and launched Saratoga Live on the NYRA HD App that is available on IOS and Android and ROKU, and soon on Xbox, Playstation 4, Amazon Fire and Apple TV. Allevato has spent much of his career building state-of-the-art wagering and television production platforms for a variety of sports organizations.
ABOUT AT THE POST LIVE
At The Post Live is produced by Camden Entertainment and is promoted in partnership with ESPN Radio 104.5, presenting partner NYRA Bets and participating partners, Capital OTB, the Daily Racing Form and the Breeders’ Cup World Championships. Proud community partners of the show include the Saratoga Hospital Foundation, Special Olympics New York, Belmont Child Care Association, Brave Will Foundation and the Parting Glass Pub. Follow At The Post Live on Twitter: @AtThePostLive and Facebook: www.facebook.com/AtThePostLive.