Faces At The Races: Jeff Bratt
While it certainly wasn't a “sure thing” that he'd one day be working in the industry, it was a pretty safe bet that the ideal job for Jeff Bratt would be in the Thoroughbred world. For the past 13 years, Bratt, who studied Broadcasting at Ryerson in Toronto, has been part of Woodbine Entertainment Group's on air-team. It is, in his estimation, a dream career. “When I was younger, my dad would always take me to the races on the weekends,” recalls Bratt, who started at Woodbine on March 22, 1999. “I was instantly hooked. On the big racing days, I used to love watching people from TSN or CBC get ready for their big shows. It's what got me interested in television.” The 35-year-old, who has covered some of Canada's biggest races, currently covers simulcast on-air duties at Woodbine and offers racing insight on TVG, roles that include pre-race…
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