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Britney Eurton Biography

Born in Glendora, California, Britney Eurton, who reports for TVG, was meant to go into the world of entertainment and horse racing analysis from an early age—Britney’s father trained horses for over 35 years. Britney’s love for horse racing, however, came later. She started the horse racing industry in 2014.

Britney Eurton Birthday

Britney birthday is on 4 th September.Every Year.

Britney Eurton Age

Britney Eurton is 31 years old.

Height   :5’0′

Weight: 78 kg

Britney Eurton Family

Britny grew up with his father, later Eurton.his father was a former jockey and horse trainer, watching her from a young age about horse racing.herdad is one of the biggest supporters, and helped her to ask tough questions.

Britney still learns from him consistently bet two dollars on the win-place-show for whichever her favorite horse in that race was. ow, she says ‘s more inclined to do the ‘pick four’, since it allows for greater coverage

Britney Eurton grew up coming to races, hen not playing soccer or dancing, and still has a favorite place in the grandstands with her family for every race that she isn’t working.


Britney Eurton Husband

There is no information about her husband.

Britney Eurton Education

She graduated from the University of Southern California. also she is the leading social media ambassador of horse racing.she says that she loves doing that. The first time reporting for the NBC sports on the triple crown her biggest fear was falling on camera. he tried to tweak her reporting for that particular event to more of a public audience.

Britney Eurton Career

Burton serves as a reporter for NBC Sports’ horse racing coverage, including the Triple Crown and the Breeders’ Cup World Championships. Eurton made her NBC Sports debut in June 2017 on the Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series and worked her first Triple Crown for NBC Sports debut in 2018.

Eurton began her broadcasting career in 2014 with TVG Network, where she continues to serve as a paddock host and reporter. At TVG, she covers Thoroughbred racing across the U.S. and internationally. Eurton resides in Los Angeles, CA., and is a graduate of the University of Southern California. She is the daughter of Peter Eurton, a former jockey and accomplished thoroughbred racehorse trainer.

Britney Eurton net worth

Britney’s net income is unknown and it cannot be estimated.

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Royal Ascot Recap: Blue Point, Stradivarius, Dettori And Turner Shine

After taking in nearly 12 hours of TV coverage over five days of the stately Royal Ascot meeting wearing shorts, T-shirt and running shoes, I’m ready to significantly upgrade my attire next year.

The coverage was that impressive, so a shout out to NBC Sports and co-hosts Nick Luck and Britney Eurton & Co. for blending history, humor, and racing drama into highly entertaining telecasts. Bravo!

The real stars, of course, were the sensational horses from around the world brought here to compete, and the storylines that unfolded with each race. A gold star for top performance is awarded to Godolphin’s Blue Point, who became the first horse in 16 years – and third ever – to pull off a rare Group 1 double at the meeting by winning the King’s Stand Stakes on opening day and then gamely holding on to win the Diamond Jubilee Stakes on closing day, Saturday.

“Great horses are just a pleasure, and yes, I think it was magnificent,’’ said Godolphin founder Sheik Mohammed bin Rashin Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai.

Here are a bunch more intriguing results, at least from my seat:

Day 1: Blue Point and Battaash returned again for the five-furlong King’s Stand, and for the second year in a row it was Blue Point who prevailed, this time by 1 1/4 lengths. The win for the 5-year-old son of Samardal kept him unbeaten in four races this year. The hope of trainer Charlie Appleby was that Blue Point would be fit enough to run again on four days rest in the Diamond Jubilee (to the delight of the closing day crowd, he was) … A year after a half-length loss in the one-mile Queen Anne Stakes (G1T), 6-year-old France-bred Lord Glitters returned to the same race and rallied to defeat Beat the Bank.