SBC News Moneta launches HorseRacing.net seeking to become racing's top authority

Moneta launches HorseRacing.net seeking to become racing’s top authority

Manchester-based affiliate marketing publisher Moneta Communications has moved to bolster its racing capacity by launching new online community ‘HorseRacing.net’.

Securing the high-profile domain of HorseRacing.net, Moneta seeks to develop the leading information authority servicing all racing and betting audiences.

HorseRacing.net will provide comprehensive, news, coverage and analysis of global racing’s meeting schedule, whilst offering its audience over 200 betting selections per day.

In addition, HorseRacing.net will feature the best in-depth reviews of bookmaker markets and inventory for the benefit of racing audiences.

Moneta further confirms that 2017 ‘Racing TV Tipster’ of the year Chris Baker, has been charged with providing HorseRacing.net’s daily tips.

The launch of HorseRacing.net will also see Moneta relaunch its ‘Jumps Racing Podcast’, hosted by Bobby Beevers, a broadcaster who has experience with the likes of TalkSPORT and ITV Racing.

Russell Palmer, Chief Operating Officer of Moneta Communications, believes that past experiences will be beneficial going forward. He said: “Our collective experience and knowledge of the industry means we are confident that this will be a very prosperous project for Moneta. We’ve teamed up with a terrific mix of youth and experience to provide some fantastic racing content.”

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