What is a race night?
A racenight simulates a day at the races, and is a great fundraiser too! Premier Race Nights
will help your club, organisation, school or company raise money (or just have a good evening)
by providing everything you need to run a successful night at the races.
Once the evening begins, our computerised tote will open for the first time, our operators can
take a bet in less than 5 seconds using state of the art touchscreens and your race-goers will receive
barcoded betting slips, also containing any sponsor messages you wish to include. For larger events
we can supply more than one terminal to this system to make the tote as quick as possible. Traditional
paper tote tickets are also available.
Once the betting has finished and the tote has been closed, our computerised system will calculate
the payouts for each horse (after taking a customisable percentage of the takings away for your charity)
and print a summary sheet off for the compere - all of this within seconds of the last bet being made.
Once the MC for the evening has read out the possible payouts and the tension has started to build,
the lights go down and the race starts to play out on our huge screen - which fills even the largest venue
comfortably (we also have smaller screens available for smaller venues).
Once the shouting and cheering have subsided and the winner has crossed the line, any winning tickets
will become activated on the tote system and the payout will be calculated instantly as soon as a winning
ticket is scanned. This can happen while the tote is open for the next race.
When you consider how many lines of income a race night could have (admission tickets, jockey sponsorship,
horse sponsorship, a bar, an auction race, the list goes on!) it's clear to see that a race night
is something that you won't want to miss as a fundraiser and your supporters won't want to miss
as a night out - and Premier Race Nights can help you make a racenight into a reality, and something that
everyone will be talking about for years to come.