The Buzz Network includes a number of websites focusing on horse racing from around the globe. Primarily tipping sites, also featured are results pages, racecourse information, race cards and live racing. We specialise in South America, South Africa, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Our leading tipping website, horseracingsouthamerica.com is the foremost UK based website focusing on horse racing from the continent of South America. HRSA features race cards, results and live racing, available free to all users. Best known for its hugely successful tipping record, it first attracted the attention of the industry when landing 100/1 winner Mount Nelson at Club Hipico de Santiago in June 2014. We’re still scoring plenty of big wins but you have to be quick these days as we’re very closely monitored.
Meetings take place almost every day of the year and we follow the UK coverage of races from Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Peru.
The second of our tipping websites, asiahorseracing.com concentrates on horse racing from Singapore and Hong Kong and features meetings from Kranji, Sha Tin and Happy Valley. Live video where available and audio commentary alternatives. As we cater for a UK market, all races are timed accordingly.
The newest addition to our range of tipping websites, southafricahorseracing.com may not have attained the same dizzying level of success that has been achieved with HRSA but we are still seeing some pretty solid results. Usually one to two meetings from locations such as Flamingo Park, Durbanville and Kenilworth every day, we cover them all from a UK perspective.
While still on the subject of horse racing, britishracinghistory.co.uk is something a little different. This one is a real labour of love and very much a work in progress (and probably always will be). We focus on the history of great races such as the Grand National and Epsom Derby, as well as historical racing personalities and defunct race venues.
The aim is to deliver a fascinating sporting history in a modern and accessible way, using contemporary reports and information combined with high quality images and video and brought to life with relevant memorabilia all in a responsive and mobile-friendly design.