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At The Races Presenters

At The Races not only provide viewers with live horse racing, but their array of presenters help inform and entertain the viewers with up-to-the-minute analysis live from the track, but also kepping viewers in touch with the latest betting from the booth back in the studio.

Take a look at some of At The Races top presenters who help you the customer enjoy live horse racing on the television.

Matt Chapman

Matt Chapman is one of the most animated presenters in horse racing as he looks to convey his passion for the sport down a microphone.  Sometimes overexuberant Chapman can get himself in hot water for some of his comments made in the booth, but he certainly adds an edge to the live broadcasting. 

Unique would certainly be the correct word for Chapman, but his presenting skills both inform and entertain the viewer and provide them with some top punditry.

Sean Boyce

Sean Boyce is the consummate professional and his broadcasting skills from the booth, whether on the live racing or on the Get On programme are always sharp and well-informed. 

A smooth presenter, Boyce is often opinionated but still possesses that impartiality that makes him a top pundit.

Gary O'Brien

Gary O'Brien presents all things Irish, whether it's a maiden from Killarney or a Classic from the Curragh, O'Brien is regulary seen covering the Irish racing scene. 

Dubbed 'The Voice' by Matt Chapman, O'Brien's knowledge along with David Duggan provides the viewers with up-to-date news from the paddock as well as personal opinions on the up-and-coming races.

David Duggan

David Duggan is one of the most highly regarded members of the ATR presenting gang and his knowledge of Irish racing is second to none. 

Duggan is regularly seen at all the big Irish meetings and when the Galway Festival is on he excels with his knowledge of the big races, whilst providing viewers with top tips.

Tony Ennis

Tony Ennis juggles his racecourse commentating with a plethora of jobs at the channel and all to the highest order. 

Ennis joined ATR in 2004 and is now a regular in the betting booth as well as occasionally presenting Racing News and various other ATR programmes.

Robert Cooper

Robert Cooper is often seen roaming a racecourse trying to interview all and sundry when there is a lull in racing proceedings.  A true professional in front of the camera, Cooper isa regular presenter of Racing News of a morning and is often seen presenting various other topical programmes for ATR.

Darrell Williams

Darrell Williams has worked in horse racing broadcasting for over 20 years and after stints at Ladbrokes and The Racing Channel he moved to At The Races.  Working from the betting booth, Williams not only covers the UK and Irish racing, but also presents on some of the American racing in the evening.

Simon Mapletoft

Simon Mapletoft is a fountain of all knowledge when it comes to All-Weather racing.  Author of the All-Weather Guide, Mapletoft is regularly seen presenting from Lingfield Park, Southwell and Wolverhampton providing the viewers with top punditry from the track as well as tips.

Steve Millar

Steve Millar is a relatively new addition to the ATR team and brings an American look to the show.  Presenting from the booth regularly, Millar not only covers the US racing, but has become a top presenter of the UK and Irish racing.

Jason Weaver

Ex-flat jockey Jason Weaver has made an impeccable transition to horse racing presenting and his double act with Luke Harvey is one of the channel's exciting parts. 

His riding knowledge helps explain certain race situations, but his knowledge and love for the game shines through in his presenting.

Luke Harvey

An ex-jump jockey Luke Harvey is another who has moved from the saddle to the studio and like Weaver has done it with consummate ease. 

His passion for the sport comes through in his presenting and it certainly entertains the viewer with his unique personality.

Mick Fitzgerald

The channel's third ex-jockey Mick Fitzgerald is generally seen reporting from the national hunt tracks around the UK.  A well-informed pundit, Fitzgerald conveys his opinions, but incorporates facts into the race previews. 

A regular round the paddock, Fitzgerald tells the viewers how the horses ae taking the preliminaries before they go to the start.