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Friday, November 25, 2005


At The Races, the UK and Ireland's most watched dedicated horseracing channel, is pleased to announce that its associated website, Attheraces.com, has signed Dave Duggan to write and tip exclusively for the site. Attheraces.com is the UK and Ireland's market leader in delivering domestic horseracing video online and the site is committed to comprehensive coverage of Irish racing.

Dave Duggan, whose background in racing includes two years with Coolmore, the world famous stud farm, and five years in America, attracted a huge following last summer after tipping a string of winners at double figure odds on the ATR TV channel and has emerged as one of the best judges of Irish racing.

Dave will be writing an exclusive column on attheraces.com every day that Irish racing is scheduled. He joins UK racing expert, Matt Doyle, on the site as well as speed ratings specialist, Lawrence Taylor, who will also produce exclusive speed ratings for Irish racing this winter.

At The Races is also increasing its broadcast commitment to Irish racing in 2006. Already showing live racing from over 250 Irish meetings each year, the channel will increase the number of dedicated outside broadcasts presented from Irish tracks by at least 50%. Aerial track guides and special feature programmes are also being produced for every Irish racecourse.

Matthew Imi, Chief Executive of At The Races, commented: "We are delighted that Dave is joining the attheraces.com tipping team. He is hugely popular with our viewers and will perfectly complement Matt Doyle.

"Our site already carries analysis of every race in Ireland, so Dave's column will be geared towards selective tipping with a clear view towards making a profit on the year as a whole."

Dave Duggan added: "I've greatly enjoyed working for the At The Races channel this summer and can't wait to get started with my column on the website. Attheraces.com is the only site that carries archive video of every Irish race and is already a vital tool for all punters."

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