Can you live stream the Melbourne Cup?
Can you live stream the Melbourne Cup?
You can watch the race live on Channel 78 or stream it online at Racing.com. 7NEWS will also have all the highlights from all the races, including the Melbourne Cup throughout the day with news updates. You can stream live on 7plus.
Can you watch trackside online?
TAB Trackside brings you two channels packed full of racing action and commentary. Located on SKY channels 62 and 63, and available to watch online via TAB’s Watch & Bet service, both TAB Trackside 1 and TAB Trackside 2 offer you a huge variety of thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing.
How can I watch the Melbourne Cup for free?
Channel Ten and TenPlay will be the only place to go if you’re looking for free-to-air coverage of the Melbourne Cup. TenPlay is free to sign up to, meaning you can watch the race at no cost if you can’t get to the TV in time.
What TV channel is the Melbourne Cup on today?
If you have free-to-air television, Channel 10 and Racing.com will be the Melbourne Cup Day broadcasters.
How can I watch horse racing 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).
Is Trackside free to air?
Cost-cutting appears to be behind the New Zealand Racing Board’s decision to stop broadcasting its Trackside television channel on free to air TV. Trackside is now broadcast on the Freeview and Sky TV platforms, but from April will be available only via the pay TV network – a move that has annoyed some punters.
Is the Melbourne Cup on Channel 7?
HOW TO WATCH THE 2021 MELBOURNE CUP? The last two years, Channel 10 have broadcast the Melbourne Cup and will do so again in 2021. Channel 7 – which had broadcast the race for a number of years – will still broadcast Victorian race meets during 2020 and 2021, except the Melbourne Cup carnival.
What channel is Melbourne Cup on 2021?
Channel 10 will once again be the free-to-air broadcaster for the Melbourne Cup Carnival. Foxtel’s Sky Racing will provide coverage of Melbourne Cup day, but the race will be shown on delay by a handful of minutes. You will also be able to watch the race live on streaming platforms Kayo, Racing.com and TenPlay.
How can I watch live horse racing in Australia?
Is horse racing on Freeview?
Racing TV will be ceasing its Freeview and YouView channel service (channel 261) after 31 December 2020. To help with this, Racing TV is offering our existing Freeview/ YouView customers a complimentary Amazon Fire TV stick, so you can continue to enjoy Racing TV on your main TV screen, with your same login details.
Who is televising the Melbourne Cup 2021?
The last two years, Channel 10 have broadcast the Melbourne Cup and will do so again in 2021. Channel 7 – which had broadcast the race for a number of years – will still broadcast Victorian race meets during 2020 and 2021, except the Melbourne Cup carnival.
Where can I watch Australian horse racing online?
Foxtel IQ provides viewers with the opportunity to watch horse racing through Racing.com and Sky Sports Racing. Racing.com is available for free on Foxtel. Sky Sports Racing has every single thoroughbred, harness and greyhound race from Australia as well as other races from around the world.
What time is Melbourne Cup tomorrow?
WHAT TIME IS THE 2021 MELBOURNE CUP? The Melbourne Cup will be run at 3pm – the same as every other year.
How can I watch the Melbourne Cup on my phone?
If you want to watch the Melbourne Cup via your mobile device, you can visit 10play.com.au from your mobile browser and watch it there, or you can download the 10 Play app.