NYRA launches “Across the Board with Andy Serling”

OZONE PARK, N.Y. – The New York Racing Association (NYRA) announced today the launch of “Across the Board with Andy Serling.” A NYRA podcast hosted by Andy Serling, racing analyst and member of the NYRA broadcast team since 2008, the show will appear in regular installments throughout the year, providing fans and horseplayers with access to the most interesting personalities in racing.

To subscribe, download and listen please visit NYRA.com/acrosstheboard.

The debut episode of “Across the Board” features an extensive interview with New York racing icon Harvey Pack, who served over three decades as the host of NYRA television programs “Thoroughbred Action” and “Inside Racing.” Now 90 and still active as a handicapper and gambler, Pack sat down for a nearly hour-long interview with Serling to look back on his career, provide his current thoughts of the state of racing and reflect on his time at the track.

“NYRA is always looking for new and exciting ways to connect with our fans,” said Lynn LaRocca, NYRA Senior Vice President & Chief Experience Officer. “Across the Board” aligns perfectly with NYRA’s efforts to expand our digital offerings for the benefit of New York racing fans.”
Added Serling: “Our goal is to present the interesting stories and entertaining racetrack characters in a way that appeals to both avid horseplayers and new fans alike. We’re lucky to have access to an incredibly diverse set of personalities, and I’m thrilled with the launch of “Across the Board.”

Listeners can now subscribe to “Across the Board” through iTunes, SoundCloud and Google Play.

About The New York Racing Association

The New York Racing Association was founded in 1955 and is franchised to run thoroughbred racing at New York’s three major tracks (Aqueduct Racetrack, Belmont Park, and Saratoga Race Course) through 2033. With a lineage of nearly 150 years, NYRA tracks are the cornerstone of New York State’s thoroughbred industry, which contributes more than $2 billion annually to its urban, suburban and rural economy.
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