Tuesday, 7 October 2014
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TIPS FOR VIEWING THE NEW VIDEO FORM
Race replays have been integrated into fields and form for all New South Wales race meetings and are now live on the Racing NSW website. This major free-of-charge enhancement allows punters to study the form in one convenient location with video replays of each horse’s previous starts for last two years available at the touch of a button.

TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
Are you having trouble viewing the video replays? Try some of these tips below to access this great new service:

Upgrade your internet browser
Ensure you have the latest version of your internet browser installed. Google Chrome is our preferred choice for viewing. Users of Internet Explorer will need version 9 or higher.

Check your internet security settings
Ensure your security settings are not set too high. ‘Medium – High’ is the ideal setting to allow videos to play

Overseas viewing
Due to licensing arrangements, videos are only available to users in Australia

Contact us
If you are still have trouble viewing the video replays, please contact us at - rnswwebsite@racingnsw.com.au

 

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