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Farewell Michelle As Trackside Line-Up Confirmed

TAB Trackside presenter Michelle Potts is leaving the racing channel but the rest of the presenting line-up is unchanged for the new racing season, Trackside programme manager Carl McIntyre confirmed today.

McIntyre said Potts, who has been with Trackside for three years, is returning home to Wanganui to work fulltime on her farm.

“Michelle has been a fantastic broadcaster for Trackside and I’m sure we will still see her pop up on Trackside every now and again presenting stories from out in the field,” he said.

Carl McIntyre said the rest of the Trackside presenting line-up covering all three racing codes had been confirmed for the new racing season.

Popular presenter Adrian Clark is moving from raceday presenting to other projects, including a series of profiles on New Zealand and overseas racing personalities.

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