Andy joined Racing TV in 2016. He had previously worked on the Racing Desk of the The Times for 17 years, having spent the first decade of his journalistic career at the Evening Echo based in Basildon and Southend, where he was Sports Editor. He is a former winner of the Racing Post Naps competition.
Angus has been a presenter on Racing TV since its inception. His experience of training racehorses and breaking in yearlings has proved to be a valuable tool in his analysis of thoroughbred racing and in his broadcasting armoury.
Chris Dixon has worked as a race analyst at Racing TV since 2009, having previously been a broadcaster at Coral TV and written big-race previews for the Press Association. He is a keen punter and successful racehorse owner as one of 'The Horse Watchers'.
After Dave Nevison was made redundant from The City in 1993 with a half-decent payoff he headed for the racecourse, where he has remained ever since. As well as his successful books and newspaper columns, he has been a regular face on Racing TV for many years.
A childhood fan of the sport, Gary is known as the ‘Voice of Irish racing’ and heads the Racing TV Irish presenting team. Having initially worked for Irish Racing Services, a move to London to take up a voiceover role with SIS in 2002 would eventually lead to him becoming a full-time presenter for ATR back on home soil two years later. From Malahide in north Dublin, Gary is also a race commentator in his native country as well as a successful owner, with Bayan’s Ladbroke Hurdle win at Ascot in 2014 his stand-out success.
Formerly chief correspondent of the Racing Post and founder of the Thoroughbred Racing Commentary Global Rankings, James is a familiar figure to any longstanding Racing TV viewer. A thought-provoking writer and broadcaster and a pioneer in the use of data in analysing British horse racing, James is a passionate believer in the value of sectional timing information to everyone from occasional punter to bloodstock professional.
Jess joined Racing TV as a Junior Presenter at the start of 2021 having been a campaign manager at Betfair, which occasionally led to her doing interviews for the company on the channel. Jess has also gained broadcast experience working with TVG – the US broadcaster – on podcasts, and at Royal Ascot, in 2019.
Johnny Ward is a Dublin-based journalist and tipster, who has been working in racing for nearly half of his life. He has worked compiling prices for Timeform and the Racing Post, and also wrote for the Irish Independent, while he is now freelancing for The Times in Ireland, RTE and Newstalk. Irish racing, Irish football and Gaelic games are his main passions.
Award-winning presenter and journalist Lydia Hislop has been an integral part of the Racing TV team since 2004 and Lydia's Road To Cheltenham series has become essential reading and viewing for all jump racing fans.
London-born Paul Mulrennan joined Racing TV as an ambassador in 2015 – a year after he completed his maiden century of winners. Based in Yorkshire, Paul has forged a strong alliance with the likes of Michael Dods, Bryan Smart, Kevin Ryan, Mark Johnston and Paul Midgley and notched his maiden Group One success via Mecca's Angel in the Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes at York.
The Tote team provide a Placepot perm every day with their daily tip being a "banker" selection to be placed at the very least. Click on the link below to see who else they are relying on to get through the six legs.
Originally from Colts Neck in New Jersey, a stone’s throw from Monmouth Park Racetrack, Rachel spent six years working in betting PR at Churchill Downs, the home of the Kentucky Derby, before moving to the UK in 2011. She is a regular presenter on Racing TV.
Ross won Racing TV's Tipstar competition in 2020 and now writes our weekly Juvenile Watch column, which focuses purely on the two-year-olds. He is a former professional event rider and is based in the south of France, where he has a business training riders in Europe and a small bloodstock operation.
Ruby Walsh is one of the most consummate riders of his generation. Having persistently bounced back from serious injuries to prove himself to be better than ever, he has become one of the greatest jump jockeys in the history of jump racing.
Tom has worked in racing for four years, predominantly as a presenter with Racing UK. His first job in the industry was as a daily tipster for Oddschecker. He has had a year out of the tipping game but is going in again! Forever in search of a bit of value.
A racing writer, reporter and broadcaster for more than 20 years at the Press Association, The Guardian and Sportinglife.com, Will has worked for a number of publications and websites and owned shares in numerous slow horses.