TELLYTRACK.COM, an innovative new website, will keep you in touch to the minute with the exciting world of horseracing and sport.

Tellytrack announced their bouquet of offers in a media release on Friday: will provide a number of free options to users, including First Call, which will be broken up into four segments – First Call Local for SA racing, First Call International for racing all over the globe, First Call Soccer for previews of all matches and soccer bets, and First Call Rugby for details and previews of all the upcoming rugby matches.

If you enjoy Hong Kong racing you will be able to watch Racing To Win and get all the lowdown for their race meetings.

And of course, the show nobody likes to miss on Saturday’s, Under Starters Orders which previews the local weekend racing. Bookmakers are clearly glued to this programme as just check out the betting changes after trainers, jockeys and racing pundits are interviewed.

Also offered for free on are various magazine shows, including Breeding To Win for breeding enthusiasts, Supabets Saturday, a fun-filled, factually accurate tipping show (be wary as it could leave you bewitched, bothered and bewildered with all the differing opinions), and Winning Ways which looks at the Racing Industry as a whole.

You will also be able to receive audio commentaries free of charge.

For a modest fee subscribers will be able to watch live streaming of both South African and UK racing. For local events one can choose between Tellytrack 2 or a direct feed from the racecourse. For UK and Irish racing one will be able to tune into GBI.

Local Racing Replays, which show the entire race from the start to the end of the slow motion replay, can be viewed.

The local tracks are Greyville, Vaal, Flamingo Park, Turffontein, Kenilworth, Fairview, Scottsville, Durbanville and Clairwood

The library goes back two years and you can select what you want to watch by venue or by horse name.

Just search the database, retrieve the information you want and simply click the play button to watch that race.

A one-year subscription will be R775 or one could take out a monthly subscription of R69.95.

You can also get a day pass for a cost of R19.95.

For further information of how to subscribe just go to and refresh your perception of horseracing.

And there is even more good news – there are more exciting innovations in the pipeline.



  1. Sir,
    Do you have the subscription fee for formgrid information data base because that is what l need the rest will follow I don’ t mind to subscibe as long as you have formgrid information.
    Thak you
    hkhoboko@gmail. Com


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