Horse Races NOW to have live video from Dubai World Cup

Feb 20, 2014 11:00 AM

Horse Races Now, LLC announced an agreement today with Am West Entertainment to showcase live racing video from the Dubai World Cup Carnival (DWCC) on its free app, Horse Races NOW.

The live video will be available in the palm of the user’s hand on iPhones, iPads, iPod touch and Android devices worldwide. The highly successful races are held at Meydan Racecourse in the UAE. The first race is scheduled for Thursday, February 20, and will include all live Meydan race meetings leading up to the concluding Dubai World Cup, now in its 11th running.

“Every one of us at Horse Races Now is thrilled to be able to deliver top class horse racing from Meydan Racecourse in Dubai,” said Kenny McPeek, co-founder of Horse Races Now.  “This is an important step forward in our efforts to bring fans of international live racing and replays to their devices.”

The DWCC is a truly pioneering festival in terms of duration and scope and has successfully attracted racing’s brightest stars. It has a huge global appeal and regularly attracts the highest level of runners from the United States, Great Britain, Japan, France, Germany, Sweden, Singapore, Brazil, Australia, Hong Kong and more.  

Horse Races NOW can be downloaded free at either iTunes or Google Play for Android users. A demo is available at http://www.HorseRacesNow.com.  It offers a full complement of live racing feeds, race replays, current news, handicapping tools, entries, results, charts and more, and can also be personalized so users can receive alerts on entry, call to post, at the gate, results, replay and chart, and workout notifications.

Currently there are more than 45 participating tracks across the US, including Aqueduct, Belmont Park, Keeneland and Saratoga Race Course. And, although it is not a wagering tool, it does include links to the top wagering firms for anyone 18 and older wanting to place a bet.

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