(Turnerloose, Ready to Purrform at Churchill Downs on Saturday / Photos by Holly M. Smith)

From the KY HBPA / Jennie Rees:

The Kentucky HBPA, in conjunction with Kentucky Downs and Ellis Park, for the sixth year is underwriting the creation of supplemental video and written content distributed free to media on the run-up to and from the Breeders’ Cup Nov. 5-6 at Del Mar. The content will largely focus on Kentucky-based horses and horsemen.
The majority of videos will be housed on the Kentucky HBPA Youtube Channel. Media members, as well as racing fans and enthusiasts, can get the coverage delivered straight into their inbox by emailing a request to Jennie Rees at [email protected].
Content, unless otherwise noted, is produced by veteran turf writer and racing publicist Jennie Rees. This venture is separate from any official Breeders’ Cup press offerings.
Today’s videos
Trainer Brad Cox discusses delaying the Breeders’ Cup Classic workouts for Essential Quality and Knicks Go, as well as Breeders’ Cup Distaff candidate Shedaresthedevil – and more
Interview with Jun Park, racing manager for the Korea Racing Authority, owner of Knicks Go
B-roll of Essential Quality, Knicks Go and Turnerloose (winner of Ellis Park maiden, $500K Aristocrat at Kentucky Downs and third in Keeneland’s G2 Jessamine) and Ready to Purrform (winner of Ellis Park maiden and Laurel Futurity; needs defection to run) working together. Video does not include Shedaresthedevil.
Kenny McPeek exercise rider Danny Ramsey works Keeneland’s Grade 1 Claiborne Breeders’ Futurity winner Rattle N Roll in advance of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile.