horse betting

The Racing League has announced that it has reached an agreement which will see William Hill become the official betting partner for the 2022 horse racing competition.

The league will see teams of trainers and jockeys compete over six matches starting in Doncaster on August 4, 2022. Teams will each represent one of seven regions of Great Britain and Ireland and will be awarded points based on of their final positions over the 42 races. in the league calendar. The team’s final position at the end of the season will determine their share of the £2million prize money.

Speaking about the partnership agreement, Liam McKee, UK Media, Sponsorship and Creative Director at William Hill, said:

“The innovative and unique concept of Racing League has always appealed to us at William Hill and, with the changes planned for the 2022 format, we are really excited to be involved in Racing League again. We can’t wait to see who wins the race to the top and will be crowned champion 2022.”

Racing League CEO Jeremy Wray added:

“We’ve received a huge amount of feedback following the inaugural launch of Racing League in 2021, and we’ve been keen to add a number of innovations to this year’s competition.

125 coaches have signed up to participate, as regional teams this year, which we hope will create an equally exciting competition for racing fans and bettors alike. William Hill is, of course, a well-known and long-standing supporter of racing in this country, and we are delighted to welcome them back to the Racing League. We look forward to working together to promote both their brand, as well as our competition to racing fans and their customer base.

All Racing League races will be broadcast live by Sky Sports Racing and ITV Racing.

Natasha Lyndon

Based in London, Natasha is a former sports journalist who has worked for some of the biggest athletes and brands in sports and iGaming.