Talking Points: Rich Strike and the Triple Crown, black market bookies and more | Luck On Sunday

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Are current racecourse attendence figures a serious concern for the British horse racing?

Nick Luck and Neil Channing discuss all the latest hot topics in the sport, including Rich Strike and his remarkable Kentucky Derby victory – why is he not running in the Preakness Stakes next?!

We also discuss the new European adventure for Verry Elleegant, naughty racehorse names slipping through the BHA system and the much talked about affordability checks which are likely to curtail many, many punters in their enjoyment of the sport if they are fully introduced.

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Racing TV (formerly Racing UK) is a British television channel with 34 racecourses as shareholders and fixtures from 61 racecourses broadcast live on its output. The station is dedicated to horse racing broadcasting over 70% of all live racing from Britain and Ireland, including nearly 90% of all Group and Graded races.

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