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Hong Kong Horse Race Broadcast

The Broadcast Team
The broadcast team consists of Brett Davis (racecaller & analyst) hails from South Australia and started calling races in his homeland in 1995 , Jenny Chapman (paddock analyst) was a champion female jockey in Victoria and has many years of experience in analysing horses. John Blance (racing analyst) , Paul Lally (racing analyst) , Edward Sadler and Andrew Le Jeune.

This quality broadcast team brings fun and excitement to Hong Kong horse racing. Jenny Chapman brings expert paddock analysis to the team. Rating each horse by appearance as they enter the paddock prior to the race. Take advantage of the broadcast in Hong Kong, particularly the paddock analysis. I have been following the broadcast for several years now and it seems to have only gotten better.

Jenny Chapman has the uncanny ability to tell if an animal is right on the day by means of looking at their physical appearance in the paddock. She often makes comments about coat, body weight, physical attributes, fitness level, size and scope. It amazes me that by the look of a horse she can often tell how it is going to run.

These are some of the intangible factors that cannot be gained from reading a form line. Factor the way horses look into your handicapping and you will see a definite improve in your results. I rarely bet a horse now that gets an unfavorable rating from the paddock. However, we do see generally better results with higher class horses. As low rated individuals are by nature not going to look as good as say a high class galloper from the paddock.

The analysis is invaluable when it comes to maidens as the way a horse looks and his barrier trials are often all we have to go by on a horse's debut. Hat's off to the HKJC for providing us with such a great handicapping tool.

Racecaller Brett Davis has a soothing voice, but when it comes to calling the races, makes it an exciting experience. His passion for racing is evident and this comes through clearly when listening to his broadcasts.

Overall this broadcast team is thoroughly entertaining and enlightening and I would highly recommend that you listen closely as they often have interesting observations to offer. Often tipping value horses that can make a day at the races worthwhile.

Live audio is available on race days and the race audio is later archived, so you can listen to it later as well if you like. The race replays are high quality video replays and can be watched anytime. Race replays are a valuable tool to any horse racing handicapper. They are also fun for racing fans, as it is great to be able to watch your favorite races on demand.