Events - July 28, 2018

Game-changing Longines Tracking System served the King George Day

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Ascot (UK) / Saint-Imier (Switzerland), 28 July 2018 – The Swiss watch brand Longines was proud to provide its timekeeping and tracking expertise to all races of the King George Day through its newest Longines Tracking System, first inaugurated last month during the Royal Meeting. This game-changing technology provides instant data on the exact position of horses during a race, race rankings, the distance between horses as well as their acceleration and deceleration. In addition, it measures the horses’ covered and remaining distance in the race. During this prestigious event, the brand celebrated Cliffs of Capri’s victory in the Longines Handicap Stakes for Lady Riders by rewarding Gina Andrews, jockey, Melbourne 10 Racing, owner, Jamie Osborne, trainer and the groom with elegant timepieces.

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