The sport’s leading trainer will talk about his stellar career, how his operation is primed for 2020, his recent trip to New Zealand and how he manages a huge stable.
by Dave Briggs
HRU’s Virtual Twos in Training videos continue Thursday, April 23 featuring the sport’s leading trainer, Ron Burke in the fourth installment of live interviews, this one to be conducted by Heather Vitale.
Viewers interested in seeing the interview live — which will air live beginning at 7 p.m. EDT — can do so on the HRU Facebook page here:
and on the HRU YouTube page.
Burke will talk about his stellar career in which he’s won more than 10,000 races and earned over $235 million. He will also discuss how he’s coping with COVID-19, how his stable is primed for 2020 and what he learned from his winter trip to New Zealand.
He will also field a few questions from viewers that comment live via Facebook and also a few that are emailed to HRU in advance of the show.
To submit a question in advance, email them before 3 p.m. Thursday (April 23) to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make the subject line: Questions for Ron Burke and please include your full name.
After the show finishes, the complete interview will also be available for viewing anytime on both the HRU Facebook and YouTube channels.
Thank you to Winbak Farm and Jimmy Freight for sponsoring the Burke video.
HRU intends to feature a new live interview with a trainer every Thursday, Saturday and Monday evening.
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