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Grade 1 course Gulfstream Park amongst new venues for landmark 500+ raceday contract 

Total Performance Data (TPD) have made further strides in North America by signing with four new US racetracks, with Gulfstream Park, Horseshoe Indianapolis, Lone Star Park and Caesars Entertainment-owned harness racing venue Hoosier Park all added to the company’s ever-expanding portfolio.

TPD are already live at Gulfstream Park, the most bet-on US track by UK punters, meaning TPD’s state of the art tracking system will be operational at one of America’s most valuable races, the Grade 1 Pegasus World Cup. The data specialists are also up and running at Hoosier Park and expect to go live at Horseshoe Indianapolis and Lone Star Park on 19th April and 28th April respectively.

These four new tracks join the 16 US and Canadian racetracks TPD already operate at and add over 500 new racedays to its current offering meaning it will provide data for over 2,000 North American race fixtures a year.

The new deals complete a successful few months for the London-based company having gone live at Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz Racetrack in February and Chile’s HipĂłdromo Chile in March.

Will Duff Gordon, CEO of Total Performance Data, said: “We’re delighted to have expanded our North American footprint with four exciting deals across three states as we continue to increase the number of yearly racedays we’re active at.

“Gulfstream Park is the most popular American racetrack for UK punters, so it’s excellent to be set up and operational there, whilst Hoosier Park, Horseshoe Indianapolis and Lone Star Park are very welcome additions too. These new signings mean we’ve increased the annual number of meetings we have a presence at globally to well over 3,000.”

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