Keyword: TVG Network

  • TVG, NYRA Extend Multi-Year Agreement

    TVG Network and the New York Racing Association announced July 15 a multi-year extension of their agreement for TVG to televise, stream, and accept wagers on live horse races from NYRA tracks.

  • TVG Offers Coverage of Belmont Stakes

    Focusing on I'll Have Another's attempt to become Thoroughbred racing's 12th Triple Crown winner, the TVG network will provide extensive coverage highlighted by on-site programming from New York's Belmont Park.

  • 16 Potential Bidders Step Up in New York

    A who's who of racing industry heavyweights formally notified New York state June 30 of their interest in obtaining the franchise now held by the New York Racing Association to operate Aqueduct, Belmont, and Saratoga racetracks.

  • TVG, FOXSports.com Announce Content Deal

    In a move designed to increase promotion of horseracing in digital media, TVG Network and FOX Interactive Media announced Feb. 7 a new partnership for horseracing content on Fox Sports Interactive, a leading destination for sports fans on the Internet.

  • TVG/TOC Announce Winners of Film Contest

    TVG Network and the Thoroughbred Owners of California (TOC) have announced the winners for the first TVG/TOC Short Film Contest, in which amateur filmmakers producing short films about Thoroughbred horseracing competed for $20,000 in cash prizes and an internship at TVG.

  • TVG Wagering Tops $100 Million in Second Quarter

    TVG Network processed $114 million in wagers during the second quarter, marking the first time that quarterly wagering went over the $100 million mark and resulting in a 29% increase in wagering over the second quarter of 2004.

  • TVG Reports Record Handle

    TVG posted the highest quarterly handle in company history for the quarter that ended June 30, Ryan O'Hara, TVG president announced Friday. Keys to the second quarter figures were record wagering of $5.2 million on Kentucky Derby day (May 1) and $3.2 million on Belmont Stakes day (June 5).

  • Same Goal

    <i>By Graeme Beaton</i> -- We're all after that one horse that will show them who's best! The dream of that "Big One" keeps us going.

  • TVG Revenues Soar

    TVG Network reported that revenues for the quarter ending June 30 totaled $3.9 million, an increase of 82.7% over the same period one year ago. For the first six months of this year, revenues rose 91.4% from the year-earlier period to total $5.8 million.

  • Account Wagering Goes Into Effect in Massachusetts

    Recent approval from the Massachusetts State Racing Commission of the TVG network and Magna Entertainment's XpressBet system means bettors there soon will be able to sign up for account wagering with either provider.

  • Barretts Preview to Air on TVG

    Barretts Equine Limited and the TVG Network have announced that a replay of Barretts' Feb. 25 video preview will be broadcast on TVG on Thursday, Feb. 28 from 8 -9 a.m. (PST; 11-12 EST).

  • Keeneland Not Immune From Simulcast Decline

    Simulcast handle at most Kentucky racetracks has fallen or remained static in each of the past several years. An exception has been Keeneland, which experienced nine consecutive years of growth through 2000, when the amount wagered on simulcasts topped a record $104 million.

  • Keeneland Sale On 'Net, TVG; bloodhorse.com Has Interactive Coverage

    The Keeneland and Fasig-Tipton Kentucky summer yearling sales will be broadcast live over the Internet. In addition, the TVG Network will have live coverage of the Keeneland sale and bloodhorse.com will have live interactive coverage with prices and buyes posted as each sale progresses.