Trackinfo Adds Wagering and Much More!

Does it seem like there’s a lack of information about greyhound racing online? Well, for a long time there has been. As someone who also plays the horses, I have to say that there’s a lot more info about horse racing than dog racing. But things are changing and some of the most exciting changes are taking place at TrackInfo .  If you haven’t been there recently, you’re going to want to go there as soon as you finish reading this to check out the new features they’ve installed.

Trackinfo has always been the best place to find free programs and results, but now you can also wager right from the same interface. With their toteboard and replays, there’s absolutely no reason to go anywhere else to handicap, watch and wager on greyhounds. And as if all that wasn’t enough, Trackinfo is doing something very special that you won’t want to miss.

Here’s the press release for it:

Beginning this Saturday Night July 17 the Jackpot Betting Podcast is proud to present “The Internet Voice of Greyhound Racing” the one, the only, Randy Birch. Many know of Randy from his days at The Woodlands and we are proud to welcome him as the host of our Saturday Night Podcasts that will serve to highlight the best of racing from a select Greyhound Facility of the week. Randy brings a style of broadcasting that is uniquely his own and all his old friends are welcome to catch his weekly show as well as those new fans who will discover his talents for the first time. Don’t miss it!!

I’m always on the lookout for information that will help me handicap the greyhounds and I know I’ll learn a lot from Randy’s podcast. If you’d like to improve your odds and get a look behind the scenes of greyhound racing, make sure to put this significant event on your calendar.

About Eb

Greyhound handicapper for 30 yrs. From Lincoln Greyhound Park in the 70's to the Southern Tracks nowadays, I've spent most of my life beating the odds. Now, I'm sharing my knowledge, so you can beat the odds too.
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