williamhill/tv - Exhilarating Nightly Racing Action
Enjoy the thrill of live racing? With our williamhill/tv service you can watch up to 35 hours of sensational greyhound and US racing action, seven days a week.
Once the UK action is coming to a close, it's straight over to the States, where we stream every race from three tracks each night, which runs from around 17:30 - 21:30, and when we hit the summer months the entertainment will go on till after midnight!
Our studio team offer expert insight and tips in the build up to the event, then the US broadcaster provides the commentary, from tracks including Tampa Bay Downs, Aqueduct, Turf Paradise, Gulfstream and Laurel Park.
As if that wasn't enough to satisfy your galloping needs, we also stream every race from two tracks four nights a week and one track on a Sunday giving you the best greyhound meetings the UK has to offer.
Peterborough and Romford kick things off on a Wednesday night, before Thursday takes in Hove and Henlow, Friday we go to the William Hill sponsored track at Sunderland, and also Romford, our other sponsored track Newcastle, as well as Crayford plays host to Saturday's delights, then it all comes to a close at Henlow on Sunday night.
If you're really glued to the screen, you'll be able to take in over ONE HUNDRED dog races, five nights a week.
With all those contests, you really need a good array of betting markets to keep you involved until the hare has completed its last lap, and the Home of Betting offers you that in abundance.
Each day we price up the Racing Post Flying Four, which is (usually) the selections of well-respected tipster Jonathan Kay.
Trap Challenges and Hotboxes cover the two tracks, as well as a few others, then you can also bet on the winning distances and favourites from the night's goings on.
Racing Post form is provided for every race, not just the streamed stuff, and audio commentary is also offered on all the other meets while you wait for the live runs.
You could see the next Black Caviar or Mick The Miller right before your eyes, meaning this feast of four-legged merriment really is must-see!