SIS to Sponsor Race on Prestigious Gran Premio Hipódromo Chile Day
Sports Information Services (SIS), the leading multi-content supplier of 24/7 live betting services, is to sponsor a stakes race on the prestigious Gran Premio Hipódromo Chile card that takes place on April 29th at Hipódromo Chile in Santiago.
The race, which will carry the title Clásico SIS, is the latest in a string of high-profile sponsorships for SIS in Latin America, further underlining the supplier’s commitment to supporting the future success of racing across the region.
The Group 1 Gran Premio Hipódromo Chile is one of the most important races in Chile and was first run in 1909. Also known as ‘the classic of the classics’, the race sees top long-distance horses run on dirt over 2,200 meters.
SIS has a global distribution agreement with Hipódromo Chile to provide their races to bookmakers. The track runs most Thursdays and Saturdays year-round with competitive full fields.
All international racing content supplied by SIS is made available as an end-to-end solution, with round-the-clock betting events incorporating live streamed pictures, data, on-screen graphics with betting triggers and an extensive range of markets and prices. In total, SIS now delivers more than 35,000 live horse racing events each year including premium races from Argentina, Chile, Mexico and Uruguay.
“Hipódromo Chile provides our clients with great racing all year and we are delighted to support them on their biggest day,” the SIS Content Services Vice-President, Michele Fischer, said. “We are very committed to horse racing in Chile and Latin America and this latest race sponsorship epitomizes our support to the region.”
“The day brings together the very best of Chilean racing with the history and prestige of the Gran Premio Hipódromo Chile,” Hipódromo Chile Race Manager, Beltran Montt, said. “It is a festival for the entire betting community to enjoy. SIS is a highly valued partner and we are pleased to have their support to make the day special for all our stakeholders.”