Your chance to join the Sky Sports Racing presenter team

    We’re looking for enthusiastic on-screen talent.

Are you passionate about horse racing and fancy trying your hand at being a presenter? We’re on the lookout for enthusiastic on-screen talent to join Sky Sports Racing in 2019 – working across both TV output as well as providing exclusive content for digital channels and  
You’ll be predominately based on the racecourse and Sky studios – giving raceday previews, conducting interviews with trainers, jockeys, bookmaker and racecourse reps, while also providing original content for social media and the website.
If this sounds appealing, please complete one or more of the following tasks and send the file via WeTransfer to
-    Run through an upcoming full raceday card – including focus on key races and certain horses that interest you and might interest the viewer
-    Give a wrap-up of a big raceday –for example a day of your choice at Royal Ascot 2018
Alternatively, please feel free to come up with a task of your own choice or send a showreel of any related broadcast work you have done.
Your ‘audition’ does not need to be broadcast quality. If we like what we see, we’ll be in touch to arrange next steps in the process.
About Sky Sports Racing
•    Sky Sports Racing is the successor channel to At The Races and will be produced at Sky’s studios in Osterley alongside all other Sky Sports channels.
•    It will launch in full HD on January 1st, 2019 and become the eleventh Sky Sports channel.
•    Sky Sports Racing will be available in more than 14 million homes in the UK and Ireland at no extra cost to satellite and cable platform subscribers.
•    Sky Sports Racing and its content will benefit from the power and resource of Sky and Sky Sports across a full range of channels, products and digital platforms reaching millions of sports fans.
•    Ascot, Chester and Bangor-On-Dee are the latest racecourses to have signed media rights deals with Sky Sports Racing, which will also broadcast exclusive live coverage of the Breeders’ Cup, Melbourne Cup and US Triple Clown.
•    UK tracks to be shown on Sky Sports Racing: Ascot, Bangor-on-Dee, Bath, Brighton, Chepstow, Chester, Doncaster, Fakenham, Ffos Las, Fontwell, Hereford, Hexham, Lingfield, Newcastle, Newton Abbot, Plumpton, Ripon, Sedgefield, Southwell, Towcester, Uttoxeter, Windsor, Wolverhampton, Worcester and Yarmouth

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