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May 23rd, 12
“Behind the Silks with Tim Thornton”, a season-long series of videos chronicling the professional and personal side of jockey Tim Thornton, will have its debut episode on Friday, May 25, on

From Arlington Park Communications Department
“Besides being a really good rider, he’s charismatic and he’s well spoken,” explained Arlington Television Analyst Jessica Pacheco, who also serves as the series’ producer.  “He comes across exactly as he is; a very authentic and genuine person.”


“This is a great way to bring the fans closer to the sport,” Thornton said.  “The more people know about the sport, the more they’ll get into it.  The people who watch these videos will get a real behind the scenes look at horse racing and the people who are part of it.” 


Each video, designed to appeal not only the racing fan, but also to people who may not be that versed in racing to see what goes on behind the scenes through the eyes of a jockey, will be told in first person by the 25-year-old Thornton, who has been riding professionally for nine years and has more than 1,000 winners to his credit. 


In addition to footage shot by Arlington’s television department, the jockey will have a flip cam at his disposal to capture events as they happen in the backstretch in the morning and in his personal life after the races and on non-racing days.


The first episode is entitled simply “Tim Thornton” and will serve as an introduction to Thornton on both a professional and personal level.


A new episode will be posted each Friday allowing fans to follow Thornton throughout the Arlington Park racing season, which runs through Sept. 30.  The videos can be found at


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