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The Kentucky Derby is one of the most storied sporting events in the world. This year the race turns 142, and while there are many ways in which the Derby remains tied to tradition, there are also many way in which technology has changed the way the race is not only run, but enjoyed by viewers.

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TRAKUS has won the rights to install the new tracking and timing system at Eagle Farm with the state-of-the-art technology set to be available at least oncourse in time for Queensland Oaks day in June.

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When Nyquist crossed the wire in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile in 1:43.79, there appeared little doubt that he was an inferior horse to the Juvenile Fillies winner Songbird — at least on that day. Both ran over the same track at the same distance and Nyquist’s time for the mile-and-a-sixteenth was 1:43.79, 1.06 seconds slower than Songbird’s time. The Beyer figure for Songbird was a 99, far superior to Nyquist’s 89.

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In the late 1960s, one of Australia’s most astute track watchers, Des Spain, would get together  with six other  racing enthusiasts each Saturday before the first race at the metropolitan meeting.

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COMPANY HISTORY

Trakus made its broadcast television debut with its predecessor hockey application, developed for the NHL and deployed on ABC, ESPN, and CBC at the 2001 NHL All Star Game & Super Skills Competition. The company continued providing similar coverage for a year of Boston Bruins home games working with local broadcasters, the Boston Garden, and BostonBruins.com, among others.

During the early years, Trakus also covered two seasons of NASCAR racing, PGA Tour & Senior Tour professional golf tournaments, and completed a series of technical evaluation trials with the NFL and New England Patriots. Each of these applications was delivered with minor adaptations of its patented tracking system and Digital Sports Information (DSI) platform.

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