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Sportslive – Changes Follow

Tellytrack heed critical input

Tellytrack have advised that they have done a thorough review of the new Sportslive Report, which is broadcast daily from 08h00 to 09h00 and is pleased to announce that some key changes have been implemented.

The changes were made after careful consideration of input from viewers, punters and Tellytrack management.

The changes will be implemented as of today, Thursday 25 April.

Watch it on Dstv 239 – or check out www.tellytrack.com

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7 comments on “Sportslive – Changes Follow

  1. Anthony says:

    Hi Ed. I’m not sure if this is the right forum but your help is required. The new format on Saturdays mornings breakfast tellytrack is great but the betting forecast is missing one key component that used to be televised before. That was the opening betting. A person could then see what movements were taking place. Its all good to see the current fixed win and and place odds but where were they when they opened? Please put that forward, thanks

  2. Mo says:

    Very disappointed lost interest in racing reason being they should include the full version of understates order as a punter for 35yrs plus I gamble to make money n under starter s order always gave me the best guide I am sure many other punters feel the same ????????????

    1. Editor says:

      Did you watch this morning Mo? They crossed live to Turffontein – spoke to trainers and jockeys

  3. Philip Moses says:

    Yep, please let us know the betting, when they discuss the racing..Thanks

  4. Shanil says:

    It would be nice if Tellytrack could broadcast all post race interviews by jockeys and trainers. They could use a split screen rather than what is happening now crossing for the start of a 5000 m hurdle race or a Ngong race whose win pool is 3000 rand. These interviews are critical to assist punters for the exotics or races thereafter.

  5. Vusi says:

    Tellytrack should also stop biased or selective interviews for Top stables at expense of small ones. Thats why this game is slowly going to ICU. Small yards have a bigger shout hence outsiders seem as surprise to their tipsters….they must level playing fields

  6. James George says:

    Gold Circle have advised that they have done a thorough review of their online betting site.
    The online betting site for Australian horse racing from 6 am will now carry only the name of the race course a number with no horse name next to number and there will be no odds displayed.
    The changes were made after careful consideration of input from punters.
    Gold Circle maintains that horse racing is just a numbers game.
    Well why else would they expect you to punt without a name or odds of a horse.
    Tuesday the 23/04 was even better .If you wanted to bet on Ballarat Flat meeting that day they did not even provide a Race card/Race summary or Tabform for you to check the form of the number .
    As Warren Lenferna said– keep on in your negative world and enjoy it – us positive ones will keep trying our best for those that appreciate it.
    Hope he thinks this is a positive post

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