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Breeders' Cup Spokesperson Discusses Media Rights Deal With NBC
Published January 23, 2012
Gluckson also discussed the new 8:00-9:00pm ET timeslot for the Breeders' Cup Classic: “I think it will be great, I think we’re looking forward to the fact … that the Breeders’ Cup Classic will be televised in primetime. … This is the first time the Classic has ever been in primetime, and this is one of the few times over the years that a major thoroughbred event has been broadcast in primetime. This is significant for us to expose the Breeders’ Cup Classic." Gluckson added, "I think we’ll get a lot more viewers."