FLOW SPORTS TO BROADCAST GOLD CUP

The Caribbean’s most prestigious horse race is about to receive even more exposure. Flow Sports, the home for local, regional and international sports on Flow TV, will broadcast the Sandy Lane Barbados Gold Cup live from the historic Garrison Savannah next Saturday to over ten markets throughout the region.

The high-definition broadcast, which can be viewed on Flow TV on Channel 190, will be hosted by an eclectic mix of personalities including popular Barbadian sports analyst Andrew Sealy, social commentator Dennis Johnson and international sports journalist Syreeta Stracey.

“Flow is especially pleased to continue its support of the Caribbean’s most respected horse race by providing this wonderful facility for our customers. We are in the business of connecting people and this a tangible demonstration of our commitment to this end,” said Marilyn Sealy, Director of Communications, Flow Barbados.

This is the second year running that Cable & Wireless Communications will be beaming the Grade 1 race over nine furlongs to a regional audience.

"The live broadcast of sporting events, especially events of national significance, is a major priority for Flow Sports and our decision to broadcast the Gold Cup fits perfectly with some of the other agreements we have in place in Barbados and around the wider Caribbean."

The live broadcast of sporting events, especially events of national significance, is a major priority for Flow Sports and our decision to broadcast the Gold Cup fits perfectly with some of the other agreements we have in place in Barbados and around the wider Caribbean.”

The trio of Sealy, Johnson and Stracey will provide viewers with in-depth analysis and interviews with owners, trainers and jockeys in the build up to Post Time at 4:55pm. There will also be delayed coverage of additional races during the broadcast.

The broadcast of the 34th Gold Cup follows the recent announcement that Flow has signed a three year partnership with the CARFITA Games that will see the company broadcasting six hours of live coverage per day via Flow Sports.

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