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Thursday, February 3, 2022

Tellytrack Will Stop Airing On DStv By The End Of February And Will Fold Under The Newly Launched Horseracing Channel, Gallop TV

KwaZulu-Natal horse racing and totalisator operator Gold Circle and sports betting giant Hollywoodbets have announced the launch of Gallop TV, which aims to bring South Africans all the latest horse racing action from KwaZulu-Natal and from the global arena of international horse racing.

The exciting new high-definition sports broadcast channel will offer live racing, betting odds, race results, dividends, interviews, podcasts and play-on demand previews, which will collectively highlight all aspects of the horse racing industry.

“To sustain the sport of horse racing in KZN, it is essential to grow our fan base by ensuring we satisfy our current customers in the betting shops along with offering our product free-to-air via live streaming and satellite to our existing customers, whilst at the same time creating a potentially new market of home viewers. Hollywoodbets has once again demonstrated its commitment to sustaining horse racing in our province by partnering with Gold Circle in this initiative. Without their support, this project would not have been possible,” said Gold Circle CEO, Michel Nairac.

“Hollywoodbets is thrilled to be partnering with Gold Circle on the launch of the Gallop TV production and an exciting new website. We have developed a strong bond with the Gold Circle team and look forward to the success of this project, which we hope will facilitate the objective of bringing more South Africans closer to horse racing,” said Dermot O’Connell, Hollywoodbets Betting Operations Manager.

For the month of February, Tellytrack will remain on DSTV channel 249. However, the Tellytrack live stream on www.tellytrack.com will cease on 31 January. All viewers will be able to watch the live stream of Tellytrack on the Gallop TV website (www.galloptv.co.za) from Tuesday 1 February by registering on the site. There are no monthly subscriptions required.

Further communication regarding the options to view KZN Horseracing via satellite from 1 March, as well as feedback on the ongoing negotiations with 4Racing will be released shortly.

Racing240 launched as a replacement channel and Gallop TV is a digital service with no monthly fees. Further content on Tellytrack will be on this new service and Racing240 will likely serve as a distributor.

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