Betfred, one of the biggest British bookmakers has strengthened its horse racing offering following their latest deal with The Racing Partnership.
Betfred is the second bookie to cooperate with TRP after they signed a deal with Ladbrokes Coral for horseracing coverage one month ago.
Under this agreement, Betfred customers will be able to watch 15 Arena Racing Company, seven independent race courses around the UK and the South African Racing, live in Betfred’s 1,668 UK betting shops.
The Racing Partnership is a joint venture between UK racecourse owner/operator Arena Racing Company (ARC) and seven independent UK race courses.
Martin Cruddace, ARC chief executive, said: “We are really pleased to have agreed this deal with Betfred. Under Fred Done’s leadership Betfred and the Tote have been a significant supporter of British Racing and it is important to us that Betfred shops can show TRP’s extensive content. We can now look forward to working with Fred and his team in a collaborative manner which allows us all to help promote and grow betting on British Racing.”
Betfred Retail and Totepool UK Managing Director, Mark Stebbings added: “We are delighted to have completed a deal with The Racing Partnership and once again we are now able to show horseracing from all British racecourses to our customers.”
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