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SEN Track team up with Racing NSW


SENTrack and SEN have teamed up with Racing NSW for a week of industry celebration, launching NSW Racing Week from Monday across the country.

From Monday morning at 7am, a week of dedicated content focussing on NSW racing, its participants, trainers, jockeys, and daily tips and sweeps on all races underpin the week of celebration.

SENTrack leader Andrew Bensley and channel 7 racing expert Michelle Bishop will share the microphone from 7am Monday with a daily two-hour breakfast show focusing on all meetings across NSW Racing week.

Next week’s race meetings across Corowa, Scone, Bathurst, Taree, Kensington, Wyong, Goulburn, and Lismore will all be covered extensively by SENTrack afternoon teams and their national listeners across 15 stations, who will participate in race by race sweeps to win prizes and tickets throughout the week.

Morning video content, a daily wrap up show, and in-depth features round out the week.

Sports Entertainment Network chief executive Craig Hutchison said SENTrack was for the entire industry and relished the chance to celebrate the NSW state.

“Our highly engaged racing audiences have loved learning about and joining in the fun of meetings all around the country each day,” Hutchison said.

“It’s all about sharing the journey with our highly entertaining and informed talent on air.

“NSW racing is responsible for the employment of thousands of participants across the entire state, and it will be great to spend a week celebrating them all.

“From our SENTrack stations across NSW – 1539 Sydney, 801 Central Coast, 1575 Illawarra, and 90.3Fm in Griffith – to our “Sydney Racing Stable” show each Saturday on 1170 – we are committed to playing our role in the growth of NSW racing.”

Sports Entertainment Network is a dynamic multi-platform sports and entertainment business, connecting brands with fans across radio, television, digital, publishing, stadiums, and events.

Across Australia and New Zealand, SEN is the largest syndicator of sports radio content. The business owns and operates 50 radio stations around the countries, including 1116 SEN Melbourne, 1170 SEN Sydney, 1629 SEN SA in Adelaide, 1476 SENZ Auckland, 711 SENZ Wellington and beyond.It runs 15 stations under its racing brand SENTrack. SEN also owns a newspaper, magazine, NBL basketball team, and talent management business.

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