How can I watch Royal Ascot live in Australia?
Racing fans can watch live racing for metropolitan, provincial and country race meets in Victoria and South Australia on free-to-air digital television (Channel 68/78), via Foxtel Channel 529, or via desktop, mobile and tablet – free of charge – through the Racing.com website & app (for Racing+ members).
Which TV channel is showing Royal Ascot?
The coverage will be split across ITV and ITV4 because of the Euros. The Opening Show (ITV4) presented by Oli Bell tees up the day from 9am to 10am on Tuesday to Friday. It’s a slightly later start time of 9.30am on Saturday.
Can I watch Royal Ascot on TV?
Royal Ascot TV channel and live stream Racing will be shown free-to-air on ITV1 from 1.30pm on all five days of the festival, Tuesday June 15 until Saturday June 19. ITV’s preview programme, The Opening Show, will be also shown daily between 9-10am Tuesday to Friday and 9.30-10.30am on Saturday.
Is Winx better than black caviar?
Black Caviar was world’s highest-ranked sprinter, undefeated in 25 races from 25 starts. Black Caviar celebrated 15 group one victories by 2013, while Winx has 24. “A champion, unique pure sprinter, she never raced beyond 1,400m — so there’s no statistics to relate her to a horse like Winx,” Mr Tapp said.
Can I get Sky Racing without Foxtel?
Sky Sports Racing is split over two channels. To get Sky Sports Racing Channel 1 you need the base Foxtel Plus bundle which is $49/month. Accessing the Sky Sports Racing Channel 2 is a little bit trickier. The channel only costs $5/month but can’t be accessed without having the Sport pack for $25/month.
Where can I watch Royal Ascot 2021?
How can I watch the 2021 Royal Ascot? NBC is home to the 2021 Royal Ascot, providing comprehensive race coverage and analysis live on TV, in the NBC Sports app and on NBCSports.com before, during and after each race.
What time is Royal Ascot on TV today?
Saturday’s TV schedule (13:30 – 15:25 ITV1 / 15:20 – 18:00 ITV4): 14:30 The Chesham Stakes (Listed Race) LIVE ON ITV1. 15:05 The Hardwicke Stakes (Group 2) LIVE ON ITV1. 15:40 The Windsor Castle Stakes (Listed Race) LIVE ON ITV4.
What does the M stand for on Winx?
Winx’s owners are Magic Bloodstock Racing (Peter Tighe), Richard Treweeke and Debbie Kepitis. She was bred by John Camilleri’s Fairway Thoroughbreds and sold for $230,000 at the 2013 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale as a yearling. Winx won her racing debut on June 4, 2014, at Warwick Racetrack.