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Tellytrack & Tab – Arc On Sunday

Big weekend of racing ahead

The coming weekend sees Enable bid for a third Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe victory – a feat never achieved by any horse before – and South African racing lovers will be able to bet on all the action.

The two Gr1 races on Saturday, as well as all the races on Sunday, will be broadcast on Tellytrack1 on channel 239 on DStv.

Enable is one of 16 horses left in the field following the latest acceptance stage ahead of her bid for a historic third successive victory in the Parisian showpiece.

John Gosden’s brilliant mare became the eighth dual winner of Europe’s premier middle-distance contest last season and was kept in training as a five-year-old with the chief aim of becoming the first horse to win the race three times.

While she endured a troubled preparation last term, the current campaign has been faultless as she has stretched her top-level tally to 10 with hat-trick of Group Ones wins in the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown, the King George at Ascot and the Yorkshire Oaks at York.

The action will be broadcast on Tellytrack on Sunday 6 October 2019 with the first race off at 14:15 and the eighth and final race off at 18:40.

Punters will be able to take the following bets with TAB:

Saturday: All races: Commingled Win, Place, Exacta OR Swinger and Quinella (First, Second any order).

Sunday: All races: Commingled Win, Place, Exacta OR Swinger and Quinella (First, Second any order).

SA pools Trifecta, Quartet, and Place Accumulator (Races 2-8), Jackpot (Races 5-8), Pick 3 (Races 6-8), Daily Double (Races 7-8).

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3 comments on “Tellytrack & Tab – Arc On Sunday

  1. david mollett says:

    So can Enable do what the French mare, Treve, failed to do in 2015?
    That year Treve started evens to become the first horse to win three Arcs, but it was Frankie Dettori on Golden Horn who spoilt the party for the home side.
    The French might get their revenge this time with French Derby winner, Sottsass, whom John Gosden says put in the best performance by a three year-old this year when winning that race.
    The race is dominating racing websites with punters praying for Enable and Frankie to make racing history. “Rooting for you big girl,” said one blogger in the UK.
    My personal view – and hope – is that we get a final furlong battle between Enable and Sottsass and the boxed exacta looks the way to bet.
    This is what racing’s all about – our Champions League final if you like.


    Anthony van Dyck is out

  3. Jean says:

    So good to get the views of a true expert like Dave Mollett. Yes it does look like a two horse race between the champion mare and the 3 year old colt. Can’t wait for Sunday’s big race!
    Big shout out to Dave Mollett, hope he’s keeping well.

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