Bloodhorse.com Now Offering Free Videos of Graded Stakes

(Edited press release)

Bloodhorse.com, the Thoroughbred industry’s leading online Web site for the latest news and information on racing and breeding, now includes high-quality, full audio race replay videos of graded stakes races from the United States, available for viewing within 20 minutes of the respective race.

The easy-to-use feature will appear throughout the Bloodhorse.com Web site and is activated by simply clicking on a video link. Each available race replay video will be free and archived on Bloodhorse.com for 45 days from the time of the race. Once that 45-day period has expired, race replay videos will available through RaceReplays.com for a nominal fee. In addition, all graded stakes races run earlier this year (between Jan. 1 and April 13) will also be available for free on Bloodhorse.com through May 26. After May 26, the earlier races also will be available through RaceReplays.com for a nominal fee.

“How a Kentucky Derby hopeful has run in his prep races provides some valuable insight into how he may perform on May 5, so we are thrilled to now offer video replays of the most important graded stakes run since the beginning of the year,” noted Eric Mitchell, executive editor for digital media. “Get ready for more, because this is one in a series of innovative improvements we will be making to our popular Web site to ensure our customers are informed and engaged.”

“We are very pleased with Post Time Technologies being designated as the official streaming service provider for Blood-Horse Publications and the addition of Bloodhorse.com as our latest affiliate partner site of our RaceReplays.com service,” said Hardave Gill, President & CEO of Post Time Technologies, Inc., operator of RaceReplays.com. “As a RaceReplays.com affiliate partner site, Bloodhorse.com racing fans will have immediate access to these top races from our authorized race track content partners plus an exciting visual reference to Bloodhorse.com articles related to these graded stakes races.”

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