Racing Post Gantry – Available Now

What Is It?

Racing Post Gantry Bet Prompts has been designed to allow customers to access the best Racing Post tipping and bet prompting content for use on retail shop screens.

There are three different bet prompts available per race for every single race in the UK and Ireland available in a variety of different image formats designed to be compatible with a wide range of gantry systems. The bet prompts are also available in HTML5 format.

How Does It Work?

A user interface is provided for customers to log into and access the bet prompts. Once logged in, customers can preview the bet prompts and select those they wish to run alongside their existing gantry content. The selected content can then be downloaded as a JPG/PNG/TGA graphic to import to their Gantry system or a URL generated to link directly to the HTML 5 version.

What Content Is Available?

The top three bet prompts (as determined by Racing Post algorithms) are available for each race from the following selection:

  • Ahead of the handicapper
  • Course jockey
  • Course trainer
  • Horses for courses
  • Hot jockey
  • Hot trainer
  • Most napped
  • Most tipped
  • Postdata selection
  • RPR selection
  • Seven day winners
  • Trainers & jockeys
  • Travellers check

Find Out More?

For more information and to discuss pricing and trial access, please contact the Racing Post B2B team.


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