Racing Night Live At Woodbine Returns To TSN
Woodbine Entertainment is eager to allow everyone keen on horseracing to experience the thrill of the live event. And even though in-person attendance currently remains restricted to only a limited number of fans permitted through the gates at any given time, the popular racetrack has come up with a way for fans to be able to enjoy the excitement of live horse racing wherever they may discover themselves to be – no limits and no attendance restrictions. Hence the return of Racing Night Live horse racing season to popular Canadian sports channel TSN.
The Ontario horse racing industry has been waiting in absolute anticipation for an official live horse racing restart. Live events, fan engagement, the thrill of the race and of betting on live races – these are the experiences from which the industry and its people make a life and a livelihood.
Friday Night At The Races
The return of live races to the small screen means good news for race supporters, sports betting enthusiasts, and local horse racing people alike. And best of all is that live horse racing at Woodbine Mohawk and Woodbine Racetrack get to make that return in a premium Friday-night time slot – with the first live event to be broadcast at 7 p.m. on October 16.
Exciting too is that not only will horse racing fans be able to follow the events live and enjoy live-streaming the action into their living rooms – but they will also be treated to the premium quality wagering on live racetrack events with the help of Woodbine’s special Dark Horse app.
According to Woodbine Entertainment CEO Jim Lawson, every week will bring to fans even more races and bigger events – all wrapped up in a perfect 2 hour-long live horse racing entertainment package consisting not only of actual live races and the opportunity to engage with race-day favourites via the Dark Horse app, but also of a diverse and premium selection of actuality-style commentaries and conversations.
RNL The Result Of A Star Collab
Each 120 minutes of Racing Night Live featured on TSN will include at least three Thoroughbred live races hosted by Toronto-based Woodbine Racetrack, and three Standardbred races competed at Woodbine Mohawk Park, which is located in Milton in Halton, Ontario.
Racing Night Live is the result of a partnership consisting of Woodbine Entertainment, TSN (“The Sports Network”), and Dome Productions. The live shows will be hosted by TSN’s own Laura Diakun and amicable Woodbine Entertainment host and horse racing personality Jason Portuondo. Chad Rozema and Brodie Lawson will be taking care of live reporting directly from the racetracks.