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Thomas Allen Pauly news release

Contact: Thomas Allen Pauly, The Fine Art of Racing

HRTV Features the Art of Thomas Allen Pauly

CHICAGO, IL (August 19, 2010) The Fine Art of Racing and HRTV are pleased to announce that the artwork of equine artist Thomas Allen Pauly will be featured on HRTV's Race Day America.

The interview will air Thursday August 19, 2010 starting at 11:15 am (CDT) and will feature many of Pauly's equine paintings and drawings. Among the highlights of the broadcast will be the premiere of the portrait of Gio Ponti, the 2009 Arlington Million champion, which will be published as the 2010 Arlington Million Limited Edition Art Print with portions of the proceeds benefiting The Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF).

Race Day America show is a daily TV show hosted by Carolyn Conley and Scott Hazelton, which previews the day's Thoroughbred racing action and includes interviews with topical personalities in the racing community.

Thomas Allen Pauly, The Fine Art of Racing

Since 1978, award-winning equine artist Thomas Allen Pauly has portrayed some of the finest horses and jockeys in the country. Born and raised in Chicago, his love of the sport emerged in the Sportsman's Park's winner circle when his friend's horse, Rusty Win, captured the feature race by five lengths. He was hooked.

Pauly depicted the who's who in Thoroughbred racing in a portrait series commissioned by Arlington International Racecourse. Churchill Downs selected Pauly as the "Official Artist of the 2006 Kentucky Derby Commemorative Print." His painting of Barbaro was published as their Official Fan Appreciation Commemorative Art Print. Recently, Pauly's artwork appeared on the hit reality show Undercover Boss which featured the COO of Churchill Downs, Bill Carstenjen.

Pauly's portraits are known for their accuracy, their energy, their sentiment and their celebration of achievement. To view Thomas Allen Pauly's portfolio, please visit www.horseartist.com.

HRTV

HRTV (www.hrtv.com) is a 24-hour, television-based multimedia network dedicated to the "Sport of Kings," horseracing, featuring liveracing action from many of the sport's greatest racetracks.Passionate horse fans are also entertained and informed by HRTV'saward-winning documentaries, original programming, in-depth analysis and equestrian lifestyle programming. The live stream of HRTV is available on a subscription basis at www.hrtvlive.com to high speed internet users worldwide. The HRTV television network is presently available via cable, telco video and satellite in 19 million US homes.

 

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