Thoroughbred Racing

              === Media Eclipse Award goes to feel good story ===
 New  York,  NY (Sports Network) -  ESPN's news-magazine  show E:60 has won the
 2012  Media Eclipse  Award in the Television-Features programming category for
 "Notinrwildestdremz".  The feature, produced and directed by Heather Lombardo,
 told  the story  of a rescued and neglected thoroughbred filly who recovers to
 become a racehorse.
 "It's  a great  honor to  win  an Eclipse  Award," said  Lombardo, a  Features
 Manager  at ESPN. "To  be recognized on the same night as the elite horses and
 people who make a historical impact on Thoroughbred racing is a huge thrill."
 "Notinrwildestdremz" was written and narrated by Bill Nack, a seven-time Media
 Eclipse  Award  winner and  aired on  Oct. 30.  The feature  was edited by Tim
 Horgan  and Matt  McCormick of Bluefoot Entertainment. The cameramen were Tony
 Melfi, Kevin Raullerson Bryan Brousseau and Phil Iglesias. Andy Tennant is the
 executive producer of E:60.
 The  Eclipse  Awards  are  voted  upon by  the  National  Thoroughbred  Racing
 Association, Daily Racing Form and the National Turf Writers And Broadcasters.
 The  42nd  annual Eclipse Awards will  be presented on Saturday, January 19 at
 Gulfstream Park Racetrack and Casino in Hallandale Beach, Fla.
 12/27 15:23:36 ET

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