Racing fans can tune into the coverage and live race calls across the SEN radio network including 1116 SEN in Melbourne as well as 10 SENTrack stations around the country.
The entire SENTrack team, including six-time Group 1 winning jockey David Taggart and prominent owner and breeder Simon O’Donnell will help bring Flemington to life in loungerooms around the country.
Leading the SEN coverage once again will be SEN chief sports caller Gerard Whateley, who is synonymous with racing.
SENTrack is Australia’s first independent thoroughbred, harness and greyhound radio racing service. It launched earlier this year offering previews, analysis, insights and reviews of key races across the country – with plenty of fun and banter for punters.
SEN’s Melbourne Cup Carnival racing coverage can be heard across SENTrack radio stations:
2020 marks the 90th anniversary of Phar Lap famously thundering down the straight to lift the spirits of a nation during the Great Depression and this year fans are expected to equally embrace the moment as a welcome reprieve from the COVID-19 pandemic.
• Melbourne 1593AM
• Sydney 1539AM
• Brisbane 1053AM
• Gold Coast 1620AM
• Perth 657AM
• Mildura 89.1FM
• Wollongong 575AM
• Gosford 801AM
• Ingham 96.9FM
• Atherton 99.1FM
SEN’s chief commercial officer Pat Moloughney said SEN would provide fans with premium audio broadcast coverage befitting the iconic carnival.
“The excitement of this year’s Melbourne Cup Carnival will be like no other and we take it as a great privilege and honour to broadcast the history-making moments of this pinnacle in the annual racing calendar,” Moloughney said.
Coverage can also be live-streamed on the SEN website and SEN app.