XBTV’s TRIPLE CROWN TRAIL PORTAL HAS EXCLUSIVE WORKOUT VIDEOS, INTERVIEWS & MOREFebruary 20, 2020 (Arcadia, CA) – For the first time ever, videos of the top Triple Crown race contenders are now available in one place and on-demand as XBTV unveils Triple Crown Trail, a portal on the XBTV.com website specifically for the Classic-bound three-year-olds. The portal is loaded with exclusive workout videos, interviews and handicapping insights and analysis not available anywhere else, including:Workout videos from top horses stabled in California, Florida, New York and more.Trainer and jockey interviews and features.Interactive Kentucky Derby Points list, updated weekly.Replays of prep races.With fewer than 75 days until the Kentucky Derby, experienced handicappers and racing fans around the world are starting to build their own Triple Crown Watch Lists and XBTV’s Triple Crown Trail portal is the perfect tool for the task. Horses will move on and off of the Triple Crown Trail as their connections determine.The Triple Crown Trail also will feature Jeff Siegel’s weekly Top 20 Rankings, which will begin next Tuesday. Siegel is not only a well-respected handicapper and bettor, but he has the unique distinction of being a successful, veteran owner in addition to being a lifelong racing fan. The horses listed on both Siegel’s ranking and the list of Kentucky Derby points leaders are linkable to the available XBTV video files of each horse.In just over three years, XBTV has accumulated a library of over 28,000 workouts from coast-to-coast. These vast resources are searchable and are available anytime, free of charge on XBTV.To access XBTV’s Triple Crown Trail section, visit https://www.xbtv.com/triple-crown-trail/.
“We didn’t race the whole team, but for those who did, tt was a good way to get our season underway and a good way to shake off some of the summer rust,” said head coach Dan Hostager. “It was our first hard workout of the fall, so it was great to see our freshman run so well.” Freshman Kyle Cass (Deforest, Wis.) was the second Bulldog across the line in 19:11.5 for a 46th place finish. IOWA CITY, Iowa – The Drake University cross country team raced for the first time in 2016 with a season-opening race at the Hawkeye Invitational on Friday, Sept. 2, evening. Reed Fischer (Minnetonka, Minn.), the Missouri Valley Conference runner-up last season, started his senior season off by finishing second in the men’s 6-kilometer race in 17:59.5. As a team the Bulldogs finished eighth in a field that included Iowa, Iowa State, Illinois and Missouri. Iowa State’s Toby Hardwick won the race in 15:57.6. The women’s team finished eighth in a similar field on a 3-kilometer course. Veteran Bailee Cofer (Overland Park, Kan.) was 11th overall in 10:32.9 followed by three freshmen including Mykaela Cole (Urbandale, Iowa) in 35th with a 10:56.9 finish. Women’s Team Results1. Iowa, 472. Creighton, 793. UNI, 804. Iowa State, 995. Illinois State, 1016. Bradley, 1587. Missouri, 1648. Drake, 187 Coming after just one week of hard training, the meet serves as one of the benchmarks of the Bulldogs’ upcoming season. Hawkeye InvitationalIowa City, Iowa – Sept. 2, 2016Ashton Cross Country Course The Bulldogs return to competition next Friday, Sept. 9, at the Oz Memorial, hosted by the University of Minnesota. Story Links Complete Results Drake Individual Men’s Results – 6k2. Reed Fischer, 17:59.546. Kyle Cass, 19:11.550. Chris Kaminski, 19.18.058. Kyle Brandt, 19:25.680. Matt Cozine, 20:08.884. Xavier Lechleitner, 20:34.385. George Webb, 20:35.389. Alec Bognar Men’s Team Results1. Iowa State, 312. Iowa, 603. Illinois, 1104. Illinois State, 1285. Creighton, 1436. Missouri, 1667. UNI, 1718. Drake, 1849. Bradley, 186 Drake Individual Women’s Results – 3k11. Bailee Cofer, 10:32.935. Mykaela Cole, 10:56.950. Morgan Garcia, 11:12.660. Olivia Rogers, 11:24.174. Kayla Giuliano, 11:43.483. Mackenzie Davis, 12:40.5 Print Friendly Version