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wondering how race track network gets it's 80 channel feeds are they linked on different birds,,i do not gamble but like to watch races..auto,harness,dogs horses i like the events....
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wondering how race track network gets it's 80 channel feeds are they linked on different birds,,i do not gamble but like to watch races..auto,harness,dogs horses i like the events....


Racetrack Television Network (RTN) is a television network dedicated to thoroughbred, harness, quarter horse, and greyhound racing as well as jai alai in North America. RTN is available on Dish Network on channels 9701 through 9780
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i'm looking for belmont full card race and saratoga is there no itc feeds to these tracks,,i know dish network has them but what satellite do they use to get their feeds on these tracks im sure with 80 tracks they must be on some bird in the sky...i love blind scanning,,,so if i tried to find all 80 tracks what bird would these feeds possib;le be on..
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Galaxy 3-C has the Horse racing feeds and some Greyhound racing on the vertical side.  You need to do a blind scan to find them as the coordinates change often.   They don't have every single track but there are many.  

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i'm looking for belmont full card race and saratoga is there no itc feeds to these tracks,,i know dish network has them but what satellite do they use to get their feeds on these tracks im sure with 80 tracks they must be on some bird in the sky...i love blind scanning,,,so if i tried to find all 80 tracks what bird would these feeds possib;le be on..

Starting Oct. 15, TRN’s sneak preview on channel 900 or 901 will feature two hours of greyhound racing each Thursday from 8 - 10 p.m. ET. Each Friday, a two-hour harness racing show will air from 9 - 11 p.m. ET. Thoroughbred racing will be featured on Saturday nights from 9 - 11 p.m. ET. These two-hour live racing specials will act as preview shows to introduce sports fans to the excitement of live racing. The sneak preview is available to all DISH Network customers who have a dish pointed at 119 degrees West Longitude

The Racing Network channels will be available Oct. 29 to DISH Network customers with a satellite dish pointed at 61.5 degrees West Longitude on channels 585-588, and during the month of November, TRN will offer all four racing channels FREE. Customers will also have access to popular programming packages offered on DISH Network, such as America’s Top 100 CD package for only $28.99 per month.

This is probably old but looks like they are or were on the 119 and 61.5 Bird's
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i'm looking for belmont full card race and saratoga is there no itc feeds to these tracks,,i know dish network has them but what satellite do they use to get their feeds on these tracks im sure with 80 tracks they must be on some bird in the sky...i love blind scanning,,,so if i tried to find all 80 tracks what bird would these feeds possib;le be on..


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I understand galaxy 3 has most of these tracks but I would like to know ,the ones I can't find of the 80 tracks are some carried fiber......it has to be either satellite or fiber
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Are the 80 Race Track Network channels on Dish 24/7 or is a channel up only when there is live racing?


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http://www.innovateracing.com/racings-need-for-innovation

"Race track video and video streaming in the U.S. is provided by Roberts Communications Network. 
All domestic North American racetracks currently use the RCN Ku Dish network for domestic satellite transmission. This change which occurred in 2011 and allows small sites (bar/OTBs) to use smaller dishes than the conventional C-band dishes."

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great answer i understand now,,,before 2011 i wonder all 80 tracks would be found....well at least galaxy 3 has lots of race tracks as they say in the fta world WHY COMPLAIN [smile] and i know there are tons of roberts comm channels up in the sky....
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I understand galaxy 3 has most of these tracks but I would like to know ,the ones I can't find of the 80 tracks are some carried fiber......it has to be either satellite or fiber


I would guess if not found on the galaxy 3c satellite, bonded cellular or Internet IP is used.  I wonder how many simulcasting tracks actually use galaxy 3c or if they pick it up via RTN's DISH Network delivery system.

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how does ip work  I don't understand this term.....what do I do to receive ip.....
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