With Government restrictions seeing many confined to their homes during the coronavirus pandemic, businesses are searching for new ways to engage with their customers.
Weekly racing institutions Winning Post and Best Bets have joined the digital revolution with punters and racing fans now able to access both publications without stepping outside of their home.
While Best Bets has been available online for some time, this week marks a new foray for Australia’s biggest selling racing newspaper, Winning Post, which is available online for the first time.
Since it was founded in 1987, the Winning Post has been the go-to for the national racing community providing readers with a wealth of weekly form, tips, news stories, opinion pieces and general entertainment for the racing fan.
Both publications now provide punters and racing fans with the choice of an online or printed version for those still able to secure one from their local newsagent when leaving home to collect their essentials or go to work.
Winning Post is available for purchase online for the reduced price of $5 per edition, with punters and racing fans able to view the newspaper on their device as it appears in print.
The first edition of Winning Post online can be purchased from issuu.com by clicking here.
Moving forward, the team at Winning Post will be publishing the link to their weekly online edition on the home page at winningpost.com.au each Thursday.
Australia’s most trusted form has been available online for some time, with the Best Bets continuing to provide extensive daily analysis of race meetings around the country.
Best Bets daily form is available for $3 or for those wishing to set and forget the Best Bets Annual Pass provides great value at $200.
Daily form is available from the Best Bets website, but punters and racing fans must first create an account at https://www.bestbets.com/web/login