Fans take up horse racing thanks to Sky Sports host’s ‘outstanding’ outfit as they ‘make her their phone screensaver’


FANS are finding a new love for horse racing after Sky Sports presenter Kate Tracey wowed with an “outstanding” outfit.

Tracey hosted Sky Sports’ coverage of Cheltenham and dazzled in a black turtle neck.

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Tracey often shines as host of Weekend Winners

Fans showered Tracey with compliments

Many fans said they will start to take notice of horse racing thanks to the presenter

She paired the top with a brown leather skirt and thigh-high boots.

Tracey accessorised her look with a necklace and bracelet, while she also wore large framed glasses.

She smiled at the camera and left fans purring, with many complimenting the presenter on her looks.

One said: “My goodness outstanding ”

Another added: “My new phone wallpaper ”

A third wrote: “You look like a winner!”

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And another commented: “Wow, looking fantastic ”

Tracey wowed fans by posing in a bikini last summer that left little to the imagination.

Tracey has been an increasingly popular presence on the Sky Racing channel and hosts the tipping show Weekend Winners.

She combines this with fronting William Hill’s coverage of the Racing League.

Her pathway into the sport happened pretty much by accident though – following an afternoon at the races that would have put most people off the sport.

Tracey said in one interview: “My first ever race meeting was on a dreary, mid-week jump card at Worcester in August 1999.

“The weather was awful and the calibre of racing was even worse.

“There was a bumper horse in the last race called Red Radish, whose name I will never forget because he got loose and caused about a half an hour delay to the concluding bumper.

“Barely a soul had hung around for the last race.

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“However, my Dad and I were having the greatest day that we stayed to the bitter end after they had eventually rescued Red Radish from Worcester town centre and the race was finally able to start.

“Ever since that day, I have never wanted to do anything else in my life but work in horse racing.”

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