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Join Travel Brigade in Lexington, Kentucky - “The Horse Capital of the World.” We’ll visit Keeneland Race Course, a National Historic Landmark where races have been running every October for decades, and we’ll even interview a “Betologist” who helps novices learn how to have fun playing the ponies. Next, we’ll go to Kentucky Horse Park to see famous horses and breeds from abound the world. We’ll also head out to the rolling hills of historic Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
Tonight's guest will be Libertarian David Patterson who is running for the U.S. Senate in Kentucky against Republican Mitch McConnell and Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes. David Patterson is a Police Officer with the town of Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Patterson has been excluded from Senate Debates in Kentucky and now the ACLU has commented on the debates asking that all ballot qualified candidates be included. We'll be discussing all of this with Mr. Patterson on the show. Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, and Jeffry Sanford host this week. Don't miss it.
Today, Kentuckiana GrassRoots Radio co-hosts Matt "Rockstar Rev" Singleton, Clint Hardy "Real Deal" Hardy, are joined by the "Beltway Boy" David Caldwell. We will have a live, brand new, informative interview with a national candidate at 6:30 PM Eastern Time and also do a live remote from Cabella's in Louisville, Kentucky of the Louisville GrassRoots Tea Party(LGTP) event. We are also cover the latest civics, politics, and current events from Kentucky, Indiana, the region, the national news of the United States, and internationally.
Jim Hurley's weekly football betting podcast takes aim at the big game of Saturday, when Notre Dame visits Florida State. Hurley then explores an under-the-radar topic in college football handicapping in examining Kentucky, a dark horse team that's winning games and covering pointspreads. Listen in before you watch the games on Saturday and especially before you bet.
Kentuckiana Grassroots Radio (KGR) exposes the allegations coming from the Kentucky Governor campaigns of Louisville Businessman Hal Heiner, Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway, and the upcoming candidate Agriculture CommissionerJames Comer. Are the candidates themselves or campaign staff using outside individuals and groups to investigate their rivals? Are third parties exposing truth or spreading rumors? We shall try to discover the truth this evening on KGR.
Tonight, LIVE. Marlo Miller from the Green Shavings in Louisville Kentucky The World Championship Horse Show. Along with Marlo will be supporters from BlueBonnet Farm. Tune in at 6:00-6:30 CST on www.thesmokingglasshour.com
If you'd like to ask Marlo or Sandra a question, feel free to call 347-826-9242
You may also listen on your smartphone from the Tune In app by clicking or copy and paste the link provided here. http://tunein.com/radio/WMAD-24-HR-RADIO-s225075/
Last season, Kentucky had a rocky regular season after being the preseason favorites to win the championship in March. Despite the rocky regular season, the Wildcats pushed themselves all the way to the championship game where they lost to UCONN as a No. 8 seed. This season, the Wildcats return quite a few key players and will be a huge team in general once again. Last year, the team relied heavily on its size and controling the glass in general. I'll go over what Big Blue fans can expect in this upcoming 2014-15 season.
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