Horse Races to begin operations on Friday, launches betting services on int’t races

18 January 2016
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Horse Races SA, an 100 pct subsidiary company of OPAP, will begin its operations in the Markopoulo track on Friday, 22 January.

Company officials said that an increase number of racing horses, after the import of 36 thoroughbred horses and their auction from OPAP, combined with modern horse racing installations, a strict implementation of racing regulations and new betting services will bring horse racing back to the forefront.

Horse Races on Monday began offering betting services covering races in the UK, South Africa and France. Players will be able not only to monitor large international horse racing events but to bet at the same time. OPAP has already equipped more than 300 agents with the necessary decoders for live projection of horse races, accompanied with all statistical data and information on every race. The aim is the double the number of agents offering these services this year.

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