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Sky Takes Majority Stake In At The Races, Is Expected To Rebrand Channel

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 03 / 27 / 17

Sky "has taken a majority shareholding in At The Races and the channel is likely to be rebranded as Sky Sports Racing," according to Mark Souster of the LONDON TIMES. In a deal completed this month, Sky and Arena Racing Company "effectively flipped their respective stakes in the company." It is unde...

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