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Clasico Del Caribe To Be Broadcast On ESPN Deportes And Gulfstream Park’s Website

Saturday’s Clasico Internacional del Caribe at Gulfstream Park, a five-race, $600,000 program featuring the best Thoroughbreds from Latin America and the Caribbean, will be broadcast in Spanish throughout the afternoon on GulfstreamPark.com and between 4-5 p.m. on ESPN Deportes. The shows will be hosted by Juan Carlos Palma, Alfredo Alfonzo, Claudia Spadaro and track announcer […]

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TVG Adds Sports Betting Show To Sunday Morning Lineup

Today, TVG, America’s national horse racing network and an affiliate of FanDuel Group, announced the launch of its first ever live, integrated Sunday morning sports betting pregame show, More Ways to Win, and the premiere of Barstool Sports new syndicated program, The Barstool Sports Advisors. “The expansion of our Sunday morning programming, including our partnership with Barstool Sports, will bring […]

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TVG Set For Enhanced Live, Daily Coverage Of Del Mar Summer Meet

Celebrating one of American racing’s premier race meets at one of its most iconic venues, TVG, America’s Horse Racing Network, will broadcast live, on-site from the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club every day of the track’s summer racing season beginning with Opening Day on July 18th. TVG’s exclusive broadcast of the Grade I TVG Pacific Classic […]

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NYRA, FOX Sports Prime Ticket Enter Agreement To Broadcast ‘Saratoga Live’ Throughout Meet

The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) and FOX Sports Prime Ticket and FOX Sports San Diego announced an agreement today to broadcast “Saratoga Live” from Saratoga Race Course throughout the 2017 meet. In addition, the regional sports networks will air select “Belmont Park Live” shows over the course of the current spring/summer meet.  Prime […]

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Ratings For NBC’s Breeders’ Cup Classic Telecast Down Sharply From 2015

Saturday’s one-hour telecast of the Breeders’ Cup Classic on NBC attracted an audience of 2.26 million households, down 42 percent from the 2015 telecast when 3.87 million households tuned in for Triple Crown winner American Pharoah’s unprecedented victory in the Classic at Keeneland, which made him what some called horse racing’s first “grand slam” winner. In […]

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Paulick Report 11/1 News Minute

The Paulick Report (www.paulickreport.com) sends out its headlines newsletter every weekday morning at 9 a.m ET (10 a.m. weekends), but the news doesn’t stop after you’ve had your morning coffee. Each weekday afternoon, the Paulick Report brings you a video News Minute to let you know what’s happening around the Thoroughbred racing world: news we […]

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Update: Deal Reached Allowing TVG To Televise Breeders’ Cup Undercard

Since publication of this article on Tuesday, officials have reached an agreement permitting TVG to televise Breeders’ Cup undercard races from Santa Anita on Friday and Saturday. TVG will not televise the 13 Breeders’ Cup world championship races. Click here to read the update. Unless an 11th-hour agreement is reached, there will be no television […]

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Viewership Of NBC’s Preakness Telecast Up 6 Percent

Exaggerator’s muddy run to victory in Saturday’s 141st Preakness Stakes on NBC averaged 9.4 million viewers – up 6 percent from Triple Crown-winner American Pharoah’s first-place finish at Pimlico last year (8.9 million viewers), according to official national data provided today by the Nielsen Company. NBC’s average of 9.4 million viewers also marked the third time in four […]

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2015 Belmont Beats Super Bowl, Prize Fight For ‘Sports Event Of The Year’ Title

The New York Racing Association, Inc. won the Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal “Sports Event of the Year” award for the 2015 Belmont Stakes on Wednesday night. NYRA earned top honors among a premier group of finalists that included Super Bowl 50, the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final, Bojangles’ Southern 500 and the Mayweather […]

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Ratings for NBC’s Kentucky Derby Telecast Drop 14 Percent

Overnight ratings for Saturday’s NBC Sports telecast of the Kentucky Derby, won by Nyquist, fell by 14 percent, from a 10.8 rating and 24 share of audience in 2015 to a 9.3 rating and 21 share this year. As usual, Louisville, Ky., host city for the Derby, led the ratings with a 33.7 rating and 62 share, following by […]

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