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Gary Seibel Broadcaster Demo Reel [05:18]
Gary Seibel, a veteran harness racing broadcaster, has helped bring the sport to national prominence as television's premier and most recognized host and racing authority for two decades running. The 2012 edition of the Hambletonian marked his 20th consecutive year as either host or co-host of harness racing's most prestigious event, including a 13-year run on CBS and a 5-year stint with NBC. For more than a decade, he hosted network TV coverage of the Breeders Crown, harness racing's divisional championship series, and filled a similar role for the American Championship Harness Series back in the late 1990's. Seibel also has covered racing for ESPN, SportsChannel and Prime Network. He brought the sport of harness racing into the living rooms of fans across America on a daily basis from 1999 through 2011 as a host and racing analyst for the popular nightly program, "Drive Time," on TVG, the interactive horse racing network. In 1998, in one of his most memorable -- and fun -- forays outside the world of horse racing, the Bronx, New York, native took over for the late Hall of Fame broadcaster, Chris Schenkel, as play-by-play announcer for CBS Sports' network coverage of the Pro Bowlers Tour. Seibel has been honored with harness racing's Dan Patch media award and the Allen J. Finkelson award, with his body of work in the industry over the years earning him induction into the Communicator's Corner of the harness racing Hall of Fame in 2011. A graduate of the Newhouse School ...

Gary Seibel Demo Reel [06:36]
Gary Seibel, a veteran harness racing broadcaster, has helped bring the sport to national prominence as television's premier and most recognized host and racing authority for two decades running. The 2012 edition of the Hambletonian marked his 20th consecutive year as either host or co-host of harness racing's most prestigious event, including a 13-year run on CBS and a 5-year stint with NBC. For more than a decade, he hosted network TV coverage of the Breeders Crown, harness racing's divisional championship series, and filled a similar role for the American Championship Harness Series back in the late 1990's. Seibel also has covered racing for ESPN, SportsChannel and Prime Network. He brought the sport of harness racing into the living rooms of fans across America on a daily basis from 1999 through 2011 as a host and racing analyst for the popular nightly program, "Drive Time," on TVG, the interactive horse racing network. In 1998, in one of his most memorable -- and fun -- forays outside the world of horse racing, the Bronx, New York, native took over for the late Hall of Fame broadcaster, Chris Schenkel, as play-by-play announcer for CBS Sports' network coverage of the Pro Bowlers Tour. Seibel has been honored with harness racing's Dan Patch media award and the Allen J. Finkelson award, with his body of work in the industry over the years earning him induction into the Communicator's Corner of the harness racing Hall of Fame in 2011. A graduate of the Newhouse School ...
Tags: Gary Seibel, TV Host, Sports Broadcaster, Horse Racing, Pro Bowlers Tour

Moment to Buy, Hollywood Oaks, Tom Chapman Up [02:39]
Moment to Buy was my favorite filly of all time. She was small but very fast. and as game as they come. She always brought her A-Game. This video shows her winning the Hollywood Oaks on 7-08-1984.
Tags: Moment to Buy, horse racing, Tom Chapman sports, jockey, racing, horses, Hollywood Park

Horse Racing Systems and Walk Away Winner Horse Racing Systems that Win! [05:10]
horseracingsystems.info Horse Racing Systems are like a carrot dangling in front of the donkey, the temptation is there, so we keep going forward hoping to get that carrot. One day, the string breaks and you get that carrot! No more following. Here we have the Walk Away Winner horse racing system brought to you by Warren Blair. Read below how his magic touch is winning many fans! There are so many horse racing systems out there promising you easy riches, but which ones do you believe in and which ones work? This has always been the donkey and carrot scenario...until you find the right one that is. Warren Blair brings you the Walk Away Winner horse racing system that he's developed over his years as a horse racing punter. What the system does not do is use automated robots, or bots, it's not software, it's not laying horses or banging a ton on short priced favourites or is it not backing long odds no-chancers with the hope that one will come in...eventually! No, it's none of those fancy ideas. The Walk Away Winner horse racing system doesn't fill you will stories of insider information detailing loose lipped ill-informed trainers and jockeys either! Warren won't waste your time by giving out tons of testimonials; because this day and age, they can be photo-shopped to say absolutely anything...he won't insult your intelligence. What he will show you on this page horseracingsystems.info is live logging in to his accounts, with details from Betfair, William Hill and Totepool ...
Tags: horse racing systems, horse racing system, horse betting, horse betting system, betting system, walk way winner, walkaway winner, sports betting, internet gambling, betting, race, horse racing, betting strategies, betting tips, horse racing tips, racehors

Olympic Opening Ceremony 1956 Stockholm Equestrian Games (Amateur Footage) [02:23]
After the IOC awarded the Games of the XVIth Olympiad to Melbourne in Victoria, Australia they learned that Australian quarantine laws required a six-month quarantine period for horses entering the country. As the six-month quarantine made it impractical for competitors horses to be transported to Australia, this precluded Melbourne from being able to host the equestrian events at the 1956 Olympic Games. It was decided, actually in violation of the Olympic Charter, to contest separate Equestrian Olympic Games in Stockholm, Sweden, from 10 through 17 June 1956. At the 50th IOC Session in Athens on 13 May 1954, Stockholm was chosen to host the Equestrian Olympics over Paris, France; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Berlin, Germany; and Los Angeles, California, USA. The 1956 Equestrian Games were held without major political incidents, although some would occur a few months later and affect the Games in Melbourne in November. The opening ceremony was quite unusual as all competitors came in on their mounts, including the flag bearers. Hans Wikne brought the Olympic Flame into the stadium on horseback and lit the main torch. Karin Lindberg and Henry Eriksson held lighted torches, ran towards the stadium tower with the torches and lit flames there. Sweden's Henri Saint Cyr recited the oath of the athletes while on his horse, and later won two gold medals in individual and team dressage. This was matched by Germany's Hans Günter Winkler, who won gold medals in the individual and team ...
Tags: London 2012, Stockholm (City/Town/Village), Olympics, Track, Field, Horse, Beijing, Gold, Interview, Footage, Horses, Vancouver, Relay, World, Winter, Bolt, Team, Championships, Running, Medal, Sports, Phelps, Record, China, 100m, Fleetwood, Ceremony, Swi

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