The $3-million All American Futurity on Monday and the $1.3-million All American Derby on Sunday will receive extensive live television coverage.
The All American Futurity and the All American Derby will be covered by RIDE TV on Dish channel 248. Sunday’s All American Derby telecast will run from 3:30 to the end of the derby post-race interviews with the All American Futurity telecast being shown from 4:00 to the end of relevant coverage. All times are mountain time.
Sunday’s coverage will include live coverage of the $200,000 All American Gold Cup and Monday’s show includes the $200,000 All American Juvenile.
The hosts will be Tom Dawson and Dave Appleton.
RIDE TV is also available to DISH Latino (248HD), Armstrong (235HD/489SD), Windstream Communications (1674HD/674SD), Century Link (1669HD/669SD), Google Fiber (254HD), CalTel Communications (596HD/96SD), Jefferson County Cable (140HD/50SD), Layer3 TV (272HD), Shentel (370HD), FiOS by Verizon (635HD), Grupo TVCable (297HD) and Viking Broadband (19SD) subscribers.
Coverage is also available on RIDETVGO.com from any connected device.
The All American Futurity will be televised from 5:00 to 5:30 on KASA Fox and is sponsored by AQHA. It will also air on KLBK in Lubbock, KTSM in El Paso and KCIT in Amarillo.
An enhanced live stream of the KASA Fox broadcast will be available on www.aqha.com/allamerican also beginning at 5 and continuing into the winner’s circle presentation. Complete qualifier profiles and coverage also is available at www.aqha.com/allamerican.
The hosts will be Chad Brummett and Kristen Currie.
The races will be available online through www.raceruidoso.com and www.aqha.com/racing.