Saratoga Live, the soon-to-launch regional and national show from the New York Racing Association (NYRA) and Fox Sports, has announced the additions of Gabby Gaudet and Tom Amoss to their broadcast team. Gaudet is an on-air host of Gulfstream Park simulcast show and is a Maryland Jockey Club racing analyst. Amoss, a trainer, has been a racing analyst for ESPN and TVG.
Amoss and Gaudet will join a Saratoga Live crew that already includes paddock reporter Maggie Wolfendale, host Jason Blewitt, NYRA handicapper Andy Serling, track announcer Larry Collmus, and former champion jockey Richard Migliore. They will be on hand for the entire run of the 40-day Saratoga meet.
Saratoga Live will be broadcast through Fox Sports 2, the Altitude Sports Network, and MSG+. It will feature over 80 hours of live racing coverage, which will include all 40 stakes races. All the NYRA races will also be available via a live stream on FOXSports.com and the FOX Sports Go app.
It will be a busy and exciting time for the NYRA. In addition to the meet itself, and the TV coverage, they are also unveiling their new national advance deposit wagering platforms — NYRA Bets, which will be available to horseplayers across the country.
“The addition of Gabby and Tom only underscores the depth of our Saratoga coverage,” said Tony Allevato, NYRA Executive Producer and NYRA Bets President. “Both are well respected and bring unique perspectives on racing telecasts. They join an incredible team providing the best analysis in racing. Saratoga Live will be must-see TV for our fans across the country, and we look forward to the launch on July 22.”