Tuesday 28, April 2015
Tuesday 28, April 2015
- 3.40 Hunter Chase 3m
- 4.20 Herald Champion Novice Hurdle 2m
- 4.25 Herald Champion Novice Hurdle
- 4.55 Handicap Hurdle 2m
- 5.25 Boylesports Champion Steeplechase
- 5.30 Boylesports Champion Steeplechase 2m
- 6.05 Nat Hunt Flat 2m
- 6.40 Growise Champion Novice Chase 3m 1f
- 6.45 Growise Champion Novice Chase
- 7.15 Nat Hunt Flat 2m
Friday 24, April 2015
- Bet365 £0.50
- Paddypower £1
- Coral £1
- Betfair £2
- 888 Sport £1
- Ladbrokes £1
- Boyle Sports £1
- Sky Bet £1
- William Hill £1
Bet365 streams the Cheltenham Festival, Grand National and every other UK & Ireland horse race!
The streaming quality is very high with Bet365
Free - with a £0.50 bet on the race
The Bet365 online gambling empire was founded in the year 2000 on the back of the betting shop business built up since 1974 by Peter Coates, the Stoke City FC chairman. Growing swiftly since its inception, Bet365 takes a reported £5 billion in sports bets which generates hefty profits. Based in Stoke-on-Trent, they have not followed some of their rivals offshore, and use their strong reputation for fair prices, innovative gambling products and first class customer service to continue to blossom in a competitive industry. One of the first bookmakers to embrace live in-play betting, they also allow customers to watch many sporting events live through their impressive website, including horse racing.READ REVIEW
A sure fave for all horse racing punters Irish PaddyPower features live streaming from all the big races including the spectacular Goodwood.
Very good. PaddyPower provides quality live streaming.
Free - with a £1 bet on the race.
Absolute top of the tier when it comes to providing customers a first-class horse racing service. Paddy Power usual offers unique promotions that are unrivalled by competitors. Watch all the horse races live online with Paddy Power.Read Review
Coral have an agreement with 'Racing UK' and 'At The Races' and covers a lot of races from the big courses
Smooth picture and great sound
Free to watch if you have placed a £1.00 bet on the race
Coral are yet another British high street behemoth of the gambling world, with around 1,700 shops in the UK and many more in Italy, trading as Eurobet. They are now part of the Gala Coral Group, encompassing bingo halls, casinos and Coral itself, with total revenues for the year ending September 2010 of £1,168 million.
The bookmaking brand began life way back in 1926, when Joe Coral began operating trackside betting pitches. With the legalisation of the industry, shops followed in 1961 and the company has gone from strength to strength.
They now have a 20% share of the retail market in the UK, making them the third largest company in the sector. Employing over 9,000 people Coral is a huge operation and through telephone betting, mobile betting and the internet they continue to move with the times.Read Review
Betfair provides live horse racing from many courses ex. Navan, Southwell and other
Flawless with smooth and unbroken picture and sound
Bet at least £2 on a particular race and watch it
Betfair is an exchange, rather than a traditional bookmaker, meaning that it is possible to back and lay bets and the transactions are generally "punter to punter" (although in reality bookmakers use the service too).
It began life as an idea in 1998 before the world's first exchange was launched as The Sporting Exchange, before becoming Betfair in 2000. Rapid expansion followed with the company winning the Queen's Award for Enterprise in 2003, launching translations of the site in eight languages the same year. A whole host of awards followed as the company moved into yet more territories, both geographically and in terms of the gaming offered.
In 2010 they registered their three millionth customer and the same year floated on the London Stock Exchange. The company employs more than 2000 people, claims to offer odds 20% better than traditional bookmakers and processes seven million transactions per day - more than all European stock exchanges combined.Read Review
888sport uses footage from the 'Racing UK' channel and covers lots of races
The quality of streaming is comparable to most rivals
Punters must stake min. £1.00 in order to watch a race
888sport is an integral part of Cassava Enterprises (Gibraltar) Limited, in part a constituent of the massive global gambling conglomerate 888 Holdings Plc. The group is based in Gibraltar but has other offices in various other countries.
With sports gambling, poker, casino and games products, they have a large market share which they are keen to grow, as well as expanding into business to business products (through their Dragonfish brand). .
888sport itself – launched originally in partnership with Rank Group’s Blue Square – is a comprehensive sports betting product that incorporates all one would expect from a bookie of such renown and ambition – and a few extras besides. You can bet on everything from football to tennis, darts to cycling, along with plenty of more unusual markets including politics, the World Series of Poker and various television specials. They have also embraced live in-play betting in recent years and have produced a robust mobile version of their site and an iPhone app for punters on the move. At present they still use Blue Square odds, though moves are afoot to move market making in-house.Read Review
Every UK and Irish race can be streamed at Ladbrokes.
Superb quality with next to no delay.
Free - just stake £1 on the race
Ladbrokes can trace its origins right back to 1886 when Messrs Schwind and Pennington went into partnership, primarily to back horses trained by the latter at Ladbroke Hall in Worcestershire. It was not until16 years later in 1902, with the help of Arthur Bendir, that Ladbrokes was effectively formed. The emphasis moved from backing to laying but horse racing remained essential to the company. Ladbrokes continued to evolve and innovate and now employs over 16,000 people worldwide.
Ladbrokes is a world-leader in retail betting with over 2700 shops in the UK, Ireland and Europe and a presence at many football grounds and racetracks in the UK. As well as telephone betting they have 800,000 active clients at Ladbrokes.com across 13 tailored sites, encompassing nine different languages and 17 currencies.Read Review
Boyle offers live streaming from horse racecourses all over UK and Ireland
Great functional live streaming with minor picture freezes
It's free to watch a race if you place a bet of min. £1.00 on it
The largest independent bookmaker in Ireland, Boylesports has built its reputation as a customer-focussed organisation who offer fair odds and extensive markets. Founded by John Boyle in 1989, they offer their services through betting shops, their Fon-A-Bet service and online.
As well as the sportsbook, Boylesports also offer poker, casino, lotteries, games and bingo and have also added a mobile betting service to their suite. They have also been putting evermore emphasis on their in-play betting options in recent years.Read Review
Sky Bet streams from a lot of courses. Watch races from ex. Kempton and Grand Nationals
Flawless streaming. The downside is that full-screen view isn't possible
Place a bet of minimum £1.00 to watch a race
Sky Bet is part of the BSkyB subsidiary Sky Bet ting and Gaming, where it is joined by Sky Poker, Sky Vegas and Sky Bingo. As well as accepting bets through their website, over the phone and through their mobile phone app, they also have a dedicated TV channel through which customers can also place bets.
Due to the common ownership, Sky Bet receives favourable advertising coverage on skysports.com and other BSkyB sites, and â€“ partly as a result â€“ has been increasing revenues and market share in recent years.Read Review
You can watch every UK and Irish race live on Hill’s “RacingTV” service.
A slight time delay on the stream. Quality is superb though.
Free - just stake £1 on any race
William Hill is another huge, British gambling institution with a proud and lengthy history. They employ over 15,000 people in the UK, Gibraltar, Israel and Bulgaria and have been listed on the London Stock Exchange since 2002.
Mr Hill himself founded the company in 1934 in the pre-regulation days and they opened their first retail outlet in 1966. Although the company’s founder retired in 1970 (and sadly died a year later) the brand has gone from strength to strength.
They have over 2,350 betting shops in the UK and Ireland, around 25% of the total market, claim to be the leading European online gaming and sports betting business, have an online presence available in 25 translated and localised sites and a tele-betting operation with around one million registered accounts. In other words – this is a massive, reputable bookmaker.Read Review