Harrington, DE --- Harness racing driver Montrell Teague will be interviewed live on Fox Sports 1’s 'Crowd Goes Wild' sports discussion program on Thursday (Sept. 26).
'Crowd Goes Wild' is a live sports entertainment talk show airing weekdays from 5 to 6 p.m. and is hosted by TV legend Regis Philbin. The program has taken a recent interest in harness racing at Harrington Raceway by following the career of Regis The Horse and broadcasting his last five races live.
Teague is the regular driver of Regis The Horse and son of trainer George Teague, Jr., who trained 2004 Horse of the Year Rainbow Blue as well as many other top horses over the past 15 years, including most recently, 2-year-old Dan Patch Award winning filly Somwherovrarainbow.
Montrell Teague, a 22-year-old native of Harrington, Del., was recently invited by the 'Crowd Goes Wild' producers to be on the show to do a live on-set interview.
“I think it’s an honor to represent the industry,” said Teague. “It’s great to know people are watching worldwide and learning more about harness racing.”
To learn more about the genesis of Regis The Horse, a recent article was featured in Hoof Beats magazine and may be read by clicking here.