All set for JJTRC final leg

first_imgALL systems are in place or today’s final leg of the Jumbo Jet Thoroughbred Racing Committee (JJTRC) Triple Crown which gallops off at the Port Mourant turf club in Corentyne, Berbice.In an invited comment yesterday, organiser Nazrudeen Mohamed disclosed that close to 100 of the country’s top racehorses will be in action.The Triple Crown race promotion provides a bonus of $500 000 for whichever horse can complete three consecutive victories and, come this Easter, the mare Valentina, in the three-year-old Guyana-bred category, will be the only animal in the running for the Triple Crown bonus.The feature race will attract a total prize purse of almost $2M with the winner of that C Class and Lower race pocketing $1M.The winner of the three-year-old Guyana-bred race will pocket $400 000, the F Class winner $350 000, H Class $300 000, I Class $250 000, J Class; $230 000, K Class $220 000, L Class $200 000, L Class and Lower $140 000.The day’s event will be run under the auspices of the Guyana Horse Racing Authority (GHRA), therefore owners, groomsmen and trainers were asked to have their animals properly registered before today. Further, if this requirement is not met horses will not be allowed to participate in the day’s proceedings.On the other hand, outstanding individual performers including jockeys, trainers and stables will be presented with accolades, compliments of Ramesh Sunich of Trophy Stall, Bourda Market.Race time is 12:30hrs.last_img read more

Betstudios all set to unveil new mobile betting platform

first_img Related Articles Share GVC reprices and relocates its corporate debt holdings February 11, 2020 6 of the Best – Mark Jarvis Racing’s Paul Graham June 20, 2019 StumbleUpon Submit Share GVC Holdings transfers corporate control to London HQ February 6, 2020 Following a complete and comprehensive renewal of its platform, Betstudios has announced the launch of its new mobile betting offering.The Maltese based software suppliers, has detailed that a particular focus has been placed upon making the new system intuitive and flowing for consumers.Amongst the changes are revamped casino lobby and sports betting sections, showcasing an enhanced UX designed to reflect “the changing way people perceive and use mobile devices.”In addition to this, a new retail version of its sports betting application is also set to be introduced, with all changes to be unveiled at next months ICE London.  Andre Genovese, Managing Director of Betstudios, explained: “Our modern architecture brings a lot of flexibility which is hard to find anywhere else.“Our main target is for Betstudios to become a household name in the provision of sportsbook and gaming platforms, as we know we have a competitive and complete product.“ICE is a great opportunity for us to get together with our peers and encourage them to experience our products and how they have evolved since last year.“We are trying to attract businesses that are looking for personal attention and the ability to make use of a software product that is tailor-made for their needs.”Betstudios states that a number of landmarks have been reached over the past 12 months, with Genovese also outlining the firms brief 2018 goals: “2017 was a year of success, where we witnessed a growth that exceeded our plans.“Over the last 12 months we have teamed up with a number of resellers in strong emerging markets, allowing us to adapt further our product to different parts of the world.“In 2018 we will continue certifying our product in different jurisdictions, giving our customers a broad range of licensing options, whilst adding more content to our games portfolio.”last_img read more