Try It On A Tuesday!

Sale was the first meeting off at 03h35

The Hollywoodbets Tuesday international menu today includes  21 venues from all over the world.

Sale in Australia gets things underway at 03h35.

Sale racecourse has a track circumference of 2040m with a home straight of 353m

Races are run from 1000m up to 3200m for hurdles, and when the rail is in the true position has maximum fields of 16, except for 1400m where the maximum is 14.

There are long runs to the first turns from most race starts, with wide sweeping turns.

In sprint races up to 1200m there is just one turn.

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AUS

Race 1

am/pm

Races

Harness / Horse

Sale

03:35

am

8

Horseracing

Mackay

03:45

am

9

Horseracing

Taree

04:05

am

8

Horseracing

Albion Park

04:49

am

10

Harness

Menangle

05:08

am

8

Harness

Wagga

09:05

am

8

Harness

Shepparton

09:20

am

8

Harness

Globe Derby Park

09:44

am

8

Harness

Gloucester Park

11:27

am

7

Harness

FRA

Saint Cloud

11:10

am

9

Horseracing

Cherbourg

11:55

am

8

Harness

Vincennes

16:25

pm

8

Harness

Pont De Vivaux

17:10

pm

8

Horseracing

USA

Will Rogers

20:15

pm

10

Horseracing

Fonner Park

23:00

pm

8

Horseracing

JAP

Kawasaki

08:00

am

12

Horseracing

SWE

Hagmyren

12:20

pm

8

Harness

Eskilstuna

17:45

pm

9

Harness

Axevalla

18:20

pm

10

Harness

NOR

Momarken

16:20

pm

6

Harness

GER

Mannheim

15:00

pm

9

Horseracing

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