Envisioning the Thoroughbred industry through the lens of Kentucky racing and beyond, the KWC podcast highlights top races around the country. Beginning with “Road to the Derby” in the spring, followed by a series on the Triple Crown, the podcast winds down with “Road to the Breeder’s Cup” in late summer and fall of each year.
Earning the respect of horsemen on the backside from New York to California, Kentucky Winner’s Circle (KWC) is proud to have been the longest running, one-hour weekly radio show on Thoroughbred racing. Each Saturday morning from 11 am to 12 noon on Talk Radio 1080 WKJK, you heard stories about horse racing from longtime radio hosts E.J. Clark and Lane Gold. Now streaming on a variety of platforms, you can hear today’s top stories and best-of podcasts from the past presented by the radio personalities who have reported on legendary Thoroughbred racing events for decades.
During each segment, E.J. Clark and Lane Gold, speak with trainers, jockeys, and horse owners, leading up to some of the biggest horse racing events of the year. They provide an in-depth analysis into top horse races, such as the Triple Crown and Breeders' Cup.
Founded by E.J. (Edward James) Clark in 1997, the Kentucky Winner’s Circle is a one-hour weekly horse racing show. Beginning as a part-time member while working on the Churchill Downs Publicity staff in 2001, Lane Gold became an integral part of the show as a full-time co-host in 2003. You’ll enjoy hearing from E.J. and Lane, as they deliver an informative and entertaining program.