SKY Team - Presenters

Greg Radley

The ever-popular face of Sky Thoroughbred Central raceday, Formline and Thoroughbred Weekly host, Greg is a highly-respected figure in racing and media circles. His passion and ‘on the spot’ access is synonymous with countless incredible racing stories. From the country tracks to Royal Randwick – for winners, losers, tears of joy or sadness - Radley is right there to bring you the viewer, every emotion of the big moments as they happen.

Andrew Martin

Andrew has been a prominent media personality in Sydney for over 30 years. After working alongside some of the biggest names in the radio business at 2UE, 'Marto' switched to NOVA 96.9, where he was an integral part of their top rating breakfast show. Andrew has won a host of awards along the way, including a prestigious ACRA award as Commercial Radio's best sports presenter. A lifetime horse racing fan, he brings a passionate enthusiasm to his role as race day host on Sky 1.

Gerard Middleton

Gerard began his media career in London working for UK racing and sports betting publication, The Sportsman, before working for The Sunday Telegraph and BigPond Sport in Sydney. He then spent more than seven years at Fox Sports as a presenter and reporter, prior to joining Tabcorp and forging a name as a well-respected multi-media TAB representative. Gerard now hosts the popular Big Sports Breakfast morning show via SKY Sports Radio and offers a wealth of knowledge on all sports and racing. Together with Michael ‘Pup’ Clarke and Laurie ‘Loz’ Daley, Gerard counts himself extremely fortunate he is able to talk sport, racing and the punt for a living.

Dave Stanley

A passionate racing and sports fan, Dave won the Sky Star Search in 2013 before beginning his journey at SKY making coffees and working late nights on Sky 2.
He then moved to Sky Racing 1 for a number of years, working with Andrew Martin and the team delivering racing throughout Australia every Saturday, including milestone moments such as the first The TAB Everest, Winx and Michelle Payne winning the Melbourne Cup.
Eventually a move to early starts and a gig with The Big Sports Breakfast team saw Dave showcase his roving reporter skills, travelling to areas across Sydney and rural NSW while having plenty of fun along the way.
Dave is now the host of Racing HQ - the home of NSW racing from 9am-1pm weekdays - delivering a fast-paced look at all racing codes via Sky Sports Radio, the SKY website and his popular podcast series.

Glenn Munsie

Glenn was around racetracks even before he was born and has been a part of the TAB/Sky Racing team in a variety of roles since 1999.
Glenn now concentrates on racing, providing up-to-the-second TAB betting information, either LIVE trackside or hosting from the studio, for meetings covered by Sky Thoroughbred Central.
He can also be seen regularly as both panellist and host on Formline, Formline Extra, News Central and a host of other programs.
Glenn's analysis of the betting markets and moves are extremely helpful in providing viewers with an edge as they strive to back a winner.

Richard Haynes

Richard Haynes is the host of Racing HQ on Saturday mornings and a race day presenter on Sky Thoroughbred Central, covering the Sydney metropolitan tracks. Richard lives and breathes racing from the moment his alarm rings at 4:30am, prompting him to make his way to the studio or the track.
His career in the thoroughbred industry has been a varied and interesting one, beginning at leading bloodstock auctioneer Inglis where he spent a decade in the pedigree department. He has also been the racing manager for Gai Waterhouse.
Richard's greatest racing moment was witnessing Winx's final race, which was her commanding and emotional victory in the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Royal Randwick.

Bernadette Cooper

Sky Thoroughbred Central Presenter, Form Analyst and The Playbook host. ‘Bernie’ is a fixture in QLD racing and one of the most popular faces on our screens throughout the year. A successful career in the saddle paved the way for unlimited access to all the racing characters in the ‘sunshine state’. Her knowledge and experience combine to deliver commentary and form analysis that will keep you on top of the tips and in the loop.

Laurie Daley

Laurie Daley is a rugby league Hall of Fame member, genuine legend of Australian and NSW rugby league, and a great personality as host of the Big Sports Breakfast radio show every morning via Sky Sports Radio. 
A terrific judge of racing, footy and other form, albeit sometimes a little ‘unlucky’, Lozza’s leadership is always on show when it comes to finding value in the BSB Multi and drawing out the best tips, mail and background from the wide range of experts on the show every week. 
His rugby league analysis is second to none and a must-listen for fans of the game. 

Michael Clarke

Michael Clarke was one of Australia's most positive and attacking Test cricket captains and he's taken to radio with similar enthusiasm and skill.
From scoring triple centuries for his country at the SCG and winning World Cups, to now owning a share in an untried racehorse and hosting the Big Sports Breakfast, Clarkey's insight, sense of humour and energy have quickly made him a favourite of the Sky Sports Radio team.
A passionate but long-suffering Wests Tigers fan, Pup's warmth, generous spirit and playfulness shine through on air, and when he starts talking strategy, tactics and telling a few off-field yarns, it's lean-in broadcasting.

Jaimee Rogers

Jaimee’s introduction to racing was early in life as her grandparents were racehorse owners and she has followed in their footsteps with consistent ownership in horses and greyhounds. 
A good judge of form and passionate watcher of sport and racing, Jaimee is highly experienced across Tabcorp’s wagering and media operations and brings her news and analysis to the Big Sports Breakfast and Sky Sports Radio throughout the year. 
Jaimee is also a keen elite-level swimmer and in 2022 will swim the English Channel to raise money for mental health charities.

Jason Lincoln

The host of The Catching Pen, SKY's premier greyhound program every Tuesday on Sky Racing 2, Jason also heads up extended coverage evenings on the Sky Racing Active app.
Jason is a devoted form student and one of the most respected judges in the country. He has covered every major greyhound race since 2017 as an analyst, where he takes pride in calling it how he sees it.
As a fan of international racing, Estimate's win in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot to the cheers of the Queen is one of his favourite sporting memories.

Marc Ohlmus

In a decade-long media career, Marc has worked in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney in race club and on-air roles. Since February 2022, Marc has been the host of Sky Racing's mornings program, which blends feature interviews with up-the-minute analysis and news.
The sports-mad Melburnian grew up with the not-so-finely-tuned sounds of a transistor radio constantly blaring footy or racing, and he's always happiest after his beloved St. Kilda Saints get a win.
In 2017, Marc completed the Sky Racing Academy under the guidance of Cameron Williams and "Lochie" Daddo before joining the Sky Racing team full-time.

Ben Way

Ben joined Sky Racing at the start of 2017 from Fox Sports. He has extensive experience as a Presenter covering major events such as the 2016 French Open, the Australian cricket team's 2014 tour of South Africa, and the Rio Olympics. He was also a Presenter on Fox Sports News for eight years, and hosted Fox Sports' MotoGP coverage. Ben's love affair with racing has been lifelong. His father pencilled for various bookies over the years, at tracks across South Australia and that is where Ben's love for the punt began. Ben hosts race day coverage on Sky Thoroughbred Central, as well as many of the Sky Racing network's marquee magazine shows.

Chantelle Buckley

"Racing is my life!".
Chantelle was born into a racing family of jockeys and trainers, started her race-riding career in 2006 and became the first female to win the NSW Rising Star Apprentice Series in 2008.
These days Chantelle is a valued member of the Sky Thoroughbred Central Sydney Saturday coverage, regional host and form analyst, and also jumps in the hosts chair for Formline Extra.
On her days off can be found at a café or by the mounting yard, always with a close eye on Sky Racing.

Ally Mosley

Ally found her way into racing through a love of horses and riding from a young age.
She landed a job with trainer Tony McEvoy at his Flemington stables and was up at 3am working horses, before heading up the hill to the Racing Victoria office to work in her full time role. The fast-paced industry in NSW appealed and Ally made the move to Sydney in 2019.
She can be seen on Sky Thoroughbred Central covering feature NSW meetings across the week and on a Saturday, doing interviews, mounting yard mail or behind the barriers giving last minute assessments.
Ally loves racing and in her spare time can be found hanging out with her retired racehorse Gerry.

Brittany Graham

Brittany's love of horses stretches back to when she was six years old, joining pony club en-route to competing in equestrian events, performing in dressage and show jumping.
Later, Brittany pursued a career in harness racing, successfully steering home 270 winners in six years in the sport. With a passion for media, she balanced casual work with Sky Racing in 2017 before moving to a full-time position in 2019, joining the In The Gig team. Britt is also a vibrant host on Sky Racing 1 and regular trackside form analyst and host across Australian harness racing's biggest events.
Her favourite racing memory is watching her father Darrel's horse Lanercost winning the Chariots of Fire in 2011 and lapping up that moment with her entire family as they cheered on the record-breaking victory.

Simon Harrison

With one of the most well-known voices in Australia, Simon Harrison brings decades of experience in the radio booth.
Harrison has curated and commentated some of Australian racing’s biggest days as a race coordinator for Sky Sports Radio. His unmatched passion for the industry was captured in film festival entrant Odds Against, which detailed his commitment to his craft despite losing one arm in a traffic accident.
Boasting an encyclopaedic knowledge for sport, race fans nationwide continue to flock to Harrison's broadcasts where he provides an authoritative and accurate take on the action during the afternoons on Sky Sports Radio.
Simon nominates So You Think's 2009 Cox Plate victory as a three-year-old as his favourite racing memory.

Steve Hewlett

Steve Hewlett is one of the most respected voices in Queensland racing and has been a fixture covering all three codes for over three decades.
After successful stints at Radio 4BC, the Gold Coast Bulletin and Sky Racing, Hewlett is the hugely popular RadioTAB weekday morning presenter.
Steve considers Eagle Farm the closest track to his heart, and in his spare time you'll likely find him fishing on Moreton Bay while re-living Vo Rogue's Australian Cup triumphs.

Gerard Daffy

Greyhound trainer, form analyst, bookies clerk, corporate bookmaker, media spokesman, radio and TV personality – 'Daff' has done and continues to do it all.
Up most days around 4am to do breakfast radio (RadioTAB), then diving in to a mixture of live crosses in three states covering racing/sports updates throughout the day.
Daff is a passionate greyhound man but loves all codes and rates his day on track when Media Puzzle won the Melbourne Cup for a grief-stricken Damien Oliver, as the greatest racing moment he has experienced. Saturday's you will find him on the couch glued to the racing and sports coverage.

Ray Thomas

Ray is the Racing Editor of the Daily and Sunday Telegraph newspapers in Sydney, and one of the most respected racing journalists in Australia.
Known for his relentless dedication to the job, he is unquestionably one of the hardest working media professionals in sport.
Ray co-hosts the Big Sports Breakfast Weekend edition with Dean 'Bulldog' Ritchie, hosts Sky Thoroughbred Central's popular, This Week, Next Week with Corey Brown and appears regularly on STC's Wednesday night program News Central.

Dean Ritchie

Dean 'Bulldog' Ritchie has worked for News Corp for over three decades covering international, State Of Origin and club rugby league, while also commentating extensively on radio and TV. 'Bulldog' is a rugby league newshound, but has also interviewed some of the biggest names in world sport including Viv Richards, Alessandro del Piero, Mark Ella, Greg Norman, Michael Johnson and Evander Holyfield.
Co-hosting the Big Sports Breakfast Weekend Edition every Sunday from 7am, Dean and Ray Thomas use their vast array of contacts to bring you up to speed with everything in world sport.

Jason Witham

Jason Witham is a presenter on Sky Thoroughbred Central and regular host on Sky Racing. Prior to his work in television, Jason spent over a decade working for TAB, where he built his expertise in wagering. Of his big wins, none is more memorable than his first bet with his father at Wentworth Park, which sparked an instant love affair with the racing game.
Jason's insights have been aired far and wide as an international correspondent for US network TVG through Sky Racing World USA.

Mick Wallace

Mick Wallace is a self-confessed country racing fanatic and takes tremendous pride championing the regional stories and characters to the wider racing community.
Mick grew up on the Central Coast and was introduced to horse racing by his great uncle, who often took Mick to the races at Gosford on Thursdays after school. From there, his love for the sport blossomed.
After working his way up the ranks, he is now a presenter and analyst on Sky Thoroughbred Central, where he has developed a loyal following for his tips.
He has owned plenty of horses over the years, including Activation, a four-time winner who saluted at Dubbo, which is Mick's favourite track to have a wager.

Nick Quinn

Nick's love for horse racing began when drawing the horse from heaven, Saintly, to win the 1996 Melbourne Cup in the primary school sweep.
After leaving school Nick got his first job in the racing media working in newspapers. In 2007 Nick accepted a job in the Herald Sun racing team and worked there until joining the Melbourne TAB media team in 2013.
Nick can be seen and heard regularly on the SKY network providing TAB updates and news for punters.

Form Analysts

Ron Dufficy

Ron is a former jockey and an astute form analyst with a big following, respectful of his critical eye, knowledge of the form and his years of experience on racetracks around the nation.
He is a regular alongside Greg Radley on Thursdays edition of Formline, premier race meetings for Sky Thoroughbred Central, Thoroughbred Weekly on Sunday mornings and many other Sky Racing programs.

David Gately

David fell in love with horse racing in the golden years of the late 80's early 90's watching the likes of Vo Rogue, Super Impose and Better Loosen Up. He was immediately drawn to the thrill of elite equine competition and form analysis.
He sought advice from industry leaders and set himself a goal to become the No.1 form analyst in the country. He started an email tipping service amongst a small group of friends which spawned his own ratings/information service which became a full-time job in 2006 when David joined Best Bets. He then went on to make his television debut with thoroughbred racing channel TVN in 2008.
Alongside Andrew Martin, 'Gator', hosts the nationwide thoroughbred coverage on Sky Racing 1 and is one of the most followed tipsters on the SKY website and Sky Racing Active app.
David has a strong passion around educating punters and believes this, along with making racing entertaining and fun, is the key to engaging the next generation of the sport.

Michael Maxworthy

Originally from Sydney, Michael has extensive experience in the media including radio, race broadcasting and as a TV host in Singapore.
A professional approach and keen eye for form, has seen Michael become one of the most popular analysts in the Sky Thoroughbred Central team.
'Maxy' is an integral part of the Queensland thoroughbred racing coverage and his tips have a huge following on the SKY website and Sky Racing Active app.

Brad Davidson

Brad Davidson started his career in print journalism but made the switch to SKY in 2018. In his youth, his love for racing was sparked by going to the track with his father.
While he has a strong news sense, Brad's passion is form analysis and finding Sky Racing viewers plenty of winners. Brad places an emphasis on finding value and loves to take a favourite on when he feels they are vulnerable.
Brad is an integral part of the nationwide Sky 1 racing coverage, providing form analysis alongside Andrew Martin and David Gately, and can also be seen and heard on various shows throughout the SKY network.

Paul Joice

Paul Joice is one of the most recognisable faces in the SKY stable, bringing decades of experience to his role as a leading broadcaster and now Queensland form analyst on Sky Thoroughbred Central. His sought-after expertise can also be heard on Sky Sports Radio and seen on the popular TAB and Sky Racing Active apps.
He has a keen eye for value and a rich knowledge of the betting marketplace. Paul has also served as the manager of many Group 1-winning jockeys, including Tommy Berry.
His most memorable racing moments are Makybe Diva’s third Melbourne Cup (2005), where she split the field en-route to history, and Chautauqua's blistering win in Hong Kong's Chairman’s Sprint Prize (2016).

Chynna Marston

Chynna Marston is a lifelong devotee of the horse world, first competing professionally in equestrian before crafting a successful career as a jockey in New South Wales, which was cut short by a career-ending fall.
Despite that, her love for the industry didn't wane and she now channels her passion into broadcasting, achieving her dream to work for Sky Thoroughbred Central as a presenter and analyst.
Her favourite horse was the unheralded Miss Mafassa, a "complex little mare" who frequently burrowed under the barriers. When Chynna was given the chance to ride her at Canberra Racecourse one day, everything clicked and Miss Mafassa saluted at big odds - a victory for the true believers.

Graeme White

Graeme has had a lifelong association with racing and has won several NSW media awards in the thoroughbred and harness racing sphere, including racing story of the year.
He is a former administrator, a qualified harness racing trainer-driver having won races at major NSW tracks and rode trackwork in his younger days.
Graeme is passionate about southern NSW racing and brings an extensive knowledge to trackside hosting's for Sky Thoroughbred Central.

Nathan Exelby

Nathan has always loved racing, visiting many country Queensland tracks as a youngster with his grandfather, who was the local race caller.
His experience includes editor of Turf Monthly magazine, Racing & Sports racing analyst and Brisbane Courier Mail Racing Editor, a position he held until February 2021, when he took up a joint role with SKY and the Brisbane Racing Club.
Nathan teams up with Bernadette Cooper for The Playbook on Sky Thoroughbred Central every Thursday night, is part of STC's Brisbane raceday coverage throughout the year and a regular columnist on the SKY website. Kingston Town will always be his favourite horse, but a close second is Veandercross, despite the fact he: "Lost on him more times than any other horse I've ever backed."

Race Callers

Darren Flindell

From the age of 15 Darren knew he was going to be a race caller.
He began as an on-course announcer at Wentworth Park and Harold Park in 1986, then landed a race calling position with Sydney radio 2KY (Sky Sports Radio) in 1991, working closely with the legendary Ian Craig.
SKY secured Darren's services in 1995 as a presenter, producer and host across all three racing codes. He then took up a race calling and presenting role with the Hong Kong Jockey Club in 1999, before taking the No.1 position in 2007, presenting races at Sha Tin and Happy Valley in what was a very successful 16-year stint.
Since his return he has stamped himself as the premier racecaller in Australia and is synonymous with Sydney's vibrant thoroughbred racing scene.
He rates calling Chautauqua's third G1 TJ Smith victory in 2017 as 'exhilarating', and calling the amazing journey of Winx, 'surreal'.

Fred Hastings

After starting his career at the Richmond greyhounds, Fred is now the number one harness race caller for Sky Racing.
Following a period as a race day coordinator and program manager, he achieved his lifetime goal of being a full-time race caller 12 years ago, now calling Tabcorp Park Menangle his home base.
Fred has been with Tabcorp for over 30 years and is meticulous about his preparation for every meeting, and has 'tipped the card' on three separate occasions.
Calling Blacks A Fake to victory in the Inter Dominion and his first Miracle Mile won by Smoken Up are personal highlights for one of Harness Racing’s most popular identities.

Matt Jackson

Originally from country Victoria, Matt's career in broadcasting began with Melbourne's RSN 927 before an opportunity arose for him to join SKY. Seizing the chance, he packed up his family and headed to Sydney, where he has since been anointed Sky Racing's No. 1 greyhound race caller. The Million Dollar Chase and Golden Easter Egg stand out as his biggest events on the calendar.
Matt's favourite racing memory came in the thoroughbred arena, when he was in the broadcast booth alongside Greg Miles for Black Caviar's William Reid Stakes win at Moonee Valley in 2013. He likened her entrance to a "prizefighter making their way to the ring" before she blew away the field.

Luke Marlow

Luke was something of a race-calling prodigy growing up, and began in the broadcast booth in central Queensland calling country cards. His potential didn't go unnoticed, and in 2011 he was awarded the John Tapp Scholarship and moved to Sydney to pursue his dream.
Fast-forward to a decade later, and Marlow has covered racing from nearly every angle. He has called greyhounds, harness and thoroughbred racing across New South Wales; presented race days and nights on Sky Racing 1 and Sky Racing 2, and moved to Singapore for a two-year stint as a caller and broadcaster.
Marlow's favourite racing memory is being present at Moonee Valley for Winx's history-setting third Cox Plate victory. If you're looking for him on race day, there's one sure-fire place to find him: the commentary box.

Anthony Manton

Anthony Manton saw the racing industry from a variety of angles, including working as a corporate bookmaker and analyst, before pursuing his passion as a race caller.
Firstly, he moved to Malaysia to hone his craft, where gained invaluable overseas experience. After returning to Australia in 2014, Anthony’s "patch" has been New South Wales' southern districts.
His versatility at SKY is truly unique, balancing his calling with on-air presenter roles, on-course hosting, in-studio magazine programming and radio commentary.
Anthony's greatest tip was the aptly named Sweet Surprise, who won at Bathurst in 2015 at odds of $41. Most importantly for Sky Racing watchers, it was his best bet of the day.