Breeders' Cup Simulcast Show Offered Internet to Foreign Residents

Edited press release
The National Thoroughbred Racing Association announced Tuesday that, for the first time, the official "Breeders' Cup Simulcast Show" -- the video sent to racetracks and other wagering facilities from the Breeders' Cup site -- will be available on the Internet live via streaming video on Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships Day Saturday.

Due to existing domestic television agreements, the Breeders' Cup Simulcast Show Pay-Per-View will be available to non-U.S. residents only.

The Pay-Per-View streaming video will be offered in conjunction with Post Time Technologies, Inc., and and will be available for $8.99. The Breeders' Cup Simulcast Show, originating this year from Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y., will air for approximately seven hours from 11 a.m. (ET) through the end of the last race, the Breeders' Cup Classic – Powered by Dodge.

The Breeders' Cup Simulcast Show includes a live feed of all Breeders' Cup and undercard races from Belmont Park, constantly updated odds information, interviews and wagering analysis. Hosts of the show include Todd Schrupp, Frank Lyons and Simon Bray, with reporting from Jeannine Edwards, Kurt Hoover and Jan Rushton.