Horse Racing Online with Free Live Streaming
say the world is getting smaller, how right they are. In 1935 Qantas started flying
from Brisbane to Singapore, allowing customers to connect with the British-operated
Imperial Airlines (now British Airways) for the flying boat flight to England.
The total journey took around two weeks, with up to 44 stops.
in 2020, flying from Dublin Ireland to Melbourne takes less than 22 hours. That
is still less than 1993, the year when the well-weighted Vintage Crop landed the
Melbourne Cup. Back then it was as if the Irish-trained horse and his connections
had arrived from another universe. Taufan's Melody who won the Caulfield Cup five
years later was met with similar bewilderment.
by 2019 and ahead of the Spring Racing Carnival, no less than 38 horses had been
imported from France, Japan, the UK and Ireland with hopes of plundering some
of the impressive prize-money. Flying and flying horses around the globe - mindful
of Australia's excellent results at Royal
Ascot during the first decade of this millennium - is no longer a big deal.
fact horse racing is no longer divided up into defined territories. North America,
Continental Europe, the Middle East and Australasia all morph into one when it
comes to racing at the highest level. Festivals such as the Dubai Carnival, Breeders
Cup and aforementioned Royal Ascot have all become globalised during the past
Technology for the Punters
globalisation is great if you are a caked-up Saudi or UAE prince on a power trip
hoping to beat rival equine powerhouses such as Ireland's Coolmore partnership,
but how does horse racing's new world order benefit the layman who loves the sport
and loves a bet?
gambling and the sport of horseracing remain intrinsically linked and that means
betting into tote pools in other jurisdictions has now been made simple as have
fixed-odds betting opportunities on foreign races.
the prospect of a wave of imported runners coming to contest the Cups every year,
the thought of the UK's betting brands invading our visual senses was considered
absurd 25 years ago.
bet365, Betfair and Ladbrokes are just three names that have taken the trip down-under
and with them they have brought betting opportunities on races you only once read
about: The Epsom Derby, the Canadian International, America's Triple Crown Races,
Paris' Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and many more.
from 85 UK & Irish Tracks
these global betting brands have not just brought us a raft of extra betting opportunities,
they now give us the ability to watch these Grade 1 and Group 1 contests live.
horse racing online using free streaming services, you need to place a small
stakes bet with one of these betting firms. Choose your race in question and you
will be experiencing the live spectacle as it happens.
free horse racing online
streaming is not limited to just the very best races. There are hours of British
and Irish racing broadcast live at many online sportsbooks every day. These offer
up some great betting opportunities and give a fascinating insight into the sport
in the two countries. Remarkably there are 59 tracks in the UK and 26 in Ireland
and no two courses are the same.
enough free online horse racing streaming and you will know courses like York
and Haydock Park are massive gallops, Chester closely resembles a dog track and
both Windsor and Fontwell are figure-of-eight tracks. There's even a course, in
Laytown, Ireland, set out on a beach.
of the Future
addition to some great betting opportunities throughout the small hours and an
education into 'how other countries do it', if you watch horse racing online free
streaming you have a great chance of spotting a star of the future. A case in
point is Prince Of Arran who still resides in the UK but has been placed in the
last two Melbourne Cups.
is another favourite who you would have first spotted in Great Britain and this
recently retired and popular galloper won four Group 1 races in Australia
and regularly gave Winx a run for her money.