Betting Confirmed at The Underwriting Exchange Limited Jumping in The City series.
- 27 May 2015, 14:35
UPDATE: Paddy Power odds on the Devenish Puissance now available here
Horse Sport Ireland have announced that the IGB’s tote facilities will be operating at the Underwriting Exchange Jumping in The City series. Paddy Power have come on board as on-line betting partners and will offer ante post betting in the lead up to the series.
Paddy Power said; “We’re delighted to be involved in the inaugural Underwriting Exchange Limited Jumping in The City Series, as it looks to bring top class show jumping to a whole new audience. We’re always looking for ways to broaden our offering to our customers and this series is the perfect opportunity to cater to our show jumping punters outside of the Aga Khan Cup .”
Damian McDonald CEO of Horse Sport Ireland said: “Having Paddy Power on board our betting partner will add another dimension to the series as we will have the opportunity to bet on the night. We can’t wait to see how Paddy Power will price up the Grand Prix once the definite entries are published” he said.
Horse Sport Ireland also confirmed that entries for event were oversubscribed. The places in each of the amateur classes will be decided by lottery, places in the Grand Prix will be allocated as set out in the schedule, while the Puissance places will be allocated by the SJI National competitions committee.
The full list of entries including reserves will be published on Wednesday next May 27th. The first leg of the series takes place in just under two weeks in Limerick Greyhound Stadium on Friday June 5th, moves to Cork Greyhound Stadium on Friday June 12th with the final leg in Shelbourne Park on Friday June 26th.
Ticket for the series can be purchased by phoning the IGB ticket line at 1890 269 969 or by visiting horsesportireland.ie
For those who love sports betting and want to know what other options are available, we recommend visiting this website to get all the details.
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