Melbourne’s 1116 SEN has renewed its broadcast partnership with Racing Victoria to cover all of the thoroughbred action and excitement this Spring and will broadcast live at key metropolitan events, kicking off with the first Group one race of the season at Caulfield this Saturday.
With the AFL on pause for the week, the $1 million New Zealand Bloodstock Memsie Stakes, is set to be the sporting event of the weekend.
Racing expert Simon O’Donnell will lead the SEN Racing team with the ‘Princess of the Punt’, Caty Price and six-time Group one winning jockey, David Taggart joining him.
Chief Commercial Officer of 1116 SEN, Sam Bingley, says, “Horse racing in Melbourne is not only a tradition, it’s an institution, so we’re delighted to continue our partnership with Racing Victoria, and proud to bring the races to passionate racing fans.”
Racing Victoria Chief Executive, Giles Thompson says, “We are pleased to renew our association with SEN which further widens the broadcast footprint for our feature race meetings during the Spring Racing Carnival.
SEN listeners can expect a premium audio broadcast of the many great moments that will unfold on Victorian racetracks this spring.”
SEN Racing will be on site at all the race days over the Spring Racing Carnival, featuring live crosses via a roving reporter into Crocmedia and 1116 SEN’s corporate marquees, bringing to life the on-track atmosphere to listeners.
Coverage can be heard across 1116 SEN and 1377 SEN+, as well as the SEN website and SEN app.