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Live Greyhound Racing: Bet & Watch Online

Live GreyhoundsIf you want to keep in touch with all the latest greyhound racing then there is a 100% legal way that you can stream the races you have had a bet on, so you can cheer on your selection.

Currently anyone who has at least a £1 bet on the race can watch it live at Coral if it’s shown on RPGTC, BAGS or selected other tracks including some races from Australia.

How To Watch: open an Coral account today, fund that account and place a £1, or larger, bet on the race you want to watch. Hit the TV icon next to the market to watch the race live (geo restrictions apply).

What Live Greyhound Racing Is Shown?

You can watch:

  • Races covered by RPGTV seven days a week
  • Races covered by BAGS seven days a week
  • Selected other greyhound meetings from the UK
  • Selected meetings from Australia seven days a week
Criteria To Watch:

You must have an account with Coral.

Funded account to watch RPGTV or bet within last 24 hours.

£1 min (or 50p e/w) on race to watch with BAGS.

£1 min bet to watch all other greyhound racing.

Geo restrictions apply.

Head over to Coral.co.uk and select ‘Live Streaming’ to see the full schedule now!

Most Popular Betting Markets

Betting on the dogs is obviously very popular, although due to the nature of how quick greyhound races are over, you cannot actually bet in-play while the race is taking place. However, just before the off you can access a number of different markets with the most popular being listed below:

To win the race

This is the same market as is available all day and if available right up until the off of the race. You can bet to win on this race, or bet each way and as the race draws closer you are more likely to see price changes on the dogs taking part. A standard greyhound race takes less than 30 seconds to run, so as soon as the race begins betting on the event ends.

Match Betting

Just before the off, bookmakers open up a match betting market where you bet on what is essentially a two dog race. Here you are choosing which dog will win out of the two listed, it doesn’t matter about their finishing positions. You will usually find one or two match betting options available to you on a normal race, although on big races bookmakers may offer three or four covering different the entire field. This market only opens up just before the off so it is classed as an in-play market, but closes when the race begins so you can’t actually bet during the race.

Forecast / Tricast

Popular in horse racing but also with greyhounds forecasts allow you to bet on the which dogs will finish first or second in the race whilst a tricast is betting on first, second and third. Obviously you’re going to get much better odds than a simple to win race bet here as it’s harder to predict.

FAQ

Greyhound Streaming

Can I watch live greyhound in my country?

There are no restrictions when it comes to watching live greyhound racing, you can watch this in any country that you can place a bet in.

Do I need to pay?

You do not need to pay to watch any streams, however some require you to place a bet on the race you would like to watch. See below for the criteria based on who covers the race.

  • RPGTV does not require a bet to be placed, but you can only watch if you have funds in your betting account or have placed a bet over the last 24 hour period.
  • BAGS requires you to place a bet of £0.50 win or £0.25 each way to watch the race.
  • Other streams require a £1 qualifying bet, but this opens the streams up for the rest of the evening.

When can I start watching?

The live greyhound racing streams begin just before the race is about to start, approximately one minute before the off. They last for the entire race, and show a replay of the race after before turning off.

Where do the streams come from?

The streams come from a combination of RPGTV, BAGS and Sky Sports.

  • RPGTV covers two meetings per evening, seven days a week.
  • BAGS covers six or seven meetings per day, two morning, one or two afternoon and two or three evening meetings.
  • Sky Sports covers main events in the UK, with cards including race finals taking place on an evening.

Related:

  1. Best Betting Sites For Greyhounds
  2. Coral Review
  3. Bet365 Review

Author: David Lenton

David Lenton
David 'the Cheeky Punter' Lenton is an ex professional online sports bettor and trader with over 15 years of experience in the industry. He has also worked for a number of top bookmakers including Bet365, Ladbrokes, William Hill and Coral. With such a long time spent dedicated to the gambling industry no one is better placed when it comes to advising punters. Follow on Twitter @thecheekypunter