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Matthew Hill certainly had big shoes to fill after the retirement of legendary race caller Ian Craig in 2009. Many people in racing would agree that Hill has certainly done a good job of filling those shoes since then. In addition to calling most Sydney races in the metropolitan area, Hill also provides his selections for the horse racing meets where he calls.
Hill's race calling and general broadcasting career started back in 2004 when he was the BBC race caller for the Grand National up until 2009. Before this time Hill learnt about his craft from two of the masters, Greg Miles and Bryan Martin when he worked at 3UZ (Radio Sports 927) as a race caller's assistant. Hill's big break into Australian horse racing came in 2009 when he replaced the retiring Ian Craig as Sydney's leading race caller of major metropolitan race meetings. It is little surprise with these sort of credentials that Hill has come to gain so much respect in the industry in such a short space of time.
Some of Hill's other experience includes commentating and presenting at the 2012 Youth Olympic Games and calling and presenting for a range of sports at Radio 2GB.
Hill usually provides a tip for each race in the meetings that he calls. He rarely provides a best bet or special. As per the tip recording policy at theGreatTipOff.com, all tips are taken when a best bet or special is not provided.
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