Sky Racing World is pleased to announce the latest addition to its ever-growing content portfolio, with the launch of Thoroughbred racing from Abu Dhabi. Sky Racing World is distributing the simulcast of this United Arab Emirates (UAE) track across North America and facilitating the international commingling of wagering B-pools via PGI (owned by Tabcorp).
The Abu Dhabi Thoroughbred racing product successfully launched on December 4th for the HH Sheikh Mansoor Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Racing Festival which featured the Group 1 Jewel Crown won by First Classs. Their growing portfolio now gives users in North America access to Thoroughbred racing in Australia, New Zealand, Korea, Japan (NAR), Abu Dhabi (UAE), Singapore, Malaysia, South Africa, and Argentina.
The next Abu Dhabi event will be held this Thursday December 8th, with additional races in 2022 being held on December 15th and 22nd. Heading into 2023, the season continues with races held on January 12th and 19th, along with February 2nd, 9th and 16th and March 2nd, 9th, 16th and 30th. These cards will simulcast from approximately 8 a.m. EST to Noon EST.
Wagering bet types offered will be Win, Place, Exacta, Daily Double, Trifecta, Superfecta, Pick 3 and Pick 4, which gives North American punters a variety of options to get in on all the action with their preferred ADW. The commingling of pools will provide greater liquidity and stability of odds, offering players a more attractive proposition.
David Haslett, CEO of Sky Racing World, stated: “It’s with great pleasure that we announce the simulcast of Abu Dhabi Thoroughbred racing to North American punters. With this exciting addition, SRW is continuing their goal of offering users a wide variety of quality International horse racing product to experience at all times of the day.”
Sky Racing World, a subsidiary of Tabcorp, is Australia’s biggest wagering and entertainment company. It retains the exclusive rights to distribute live International Thoroughbred racing, Harness racing and Greyhound racing across the Americas and the Caribbean.
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