The Racing Network announced Friday that the lineup on its flagship channel TRN 1 will include Gulfstream Park, which becomes the 40th thoroughbred signal to join TRN's stable of racetracks when racing begins Jan. 3.Viewers will be treated to races worth over $1.5 million in average daily purses during TRN1's coverage of racing from Gulfstream Park as well as racing from the Fair Grounds Racetrack, Golden Gate Fields, Laurel Racecourse, Oaklawn Park, and Santa Anita Park.Many of the key Kentucky Derby prep races are now available to TRN subscribers including prestigious events such as the Florida Derby, Santa Anita Derby, Arkansas Derby, and Louisiana Derby just to name a few. TRN will also be the leader in offering it's viewers' turf racing from all of the warm weather climates across North America during the winter racing season.
TRN vice president of television production and marketing Pat Scanlon commented, "TRN's full card coverage of these prestigious tracks is unprecedented. TRN 1 boasts a dream thoroughbred lineup that customers will enjoy in the comfort of their own homes. We look forward to continuing to bring the best racing signals to our subscribers."The Racing Network, LLC, is a partnership between the parent companies of Transracing Inc., the Ontario Jockey Club, Ladbroke Racing Corporation and International Investment and Underwriting Limited. TRN currently provides racing from more than 80 racetrack content providers in the thoroughbred, harness and greyhound industries, over eight channels of racing, seven in the United States and one in Canada. TRN is available as a sports package on DISH Network in the United States and as a stand-alone service, TRN Direct. TRN is available in Canada on Bell ExpressVu.