Watch Horse Racing Live Online – Race Streaming
In the UK, horse racing has stood the test of time while Sky Sports and other channels dedicate most of their air time to the Premier League and other major football matches, the industry of racing has kept strong with the online betting industry giving the sport a real boost in the last decade. While it’s only major events such as the Grand National, Ascot and Cheltenham that may gain mainstream and front page news headlines, it’s still to be noted that millions of British citizens visit the racetracks each year and hundreds of thousands watch the major races on Channel 4, At the Races and Racing UK.
- All UK & Irish Races Live
- US, Aus, NZ, Indian Races Streamed
- Compatible on Mobile, Tablet & PC
- Our #1 pick in 2023 for live-streaming
18+ Only, T&C Applies. Geo-Restrictions & Live-Stream Rules Apply. Funded account required to stream. Gamble Responsibly – BeGambleAware.org
The UK has a great amount of ex-pats however, and this may mean that race fans abroad cannot access TV/Internet channels to watch the races. VPN services are great but are open to abuse, can be unreliably and are usually costly (also, we note; it’s probably not fully legal to watch BBC iPlayer or 40D etc with a VPN), you are meant to be located in the jurisdiction of the network itself (in this case the UK and Ireland).
This all changed recently as some of the UK’s best bookmakers have started live streaming the races to all their users although this is subject to being 18 or over, t&c, geo restrictions and bets/funded accounts are required.
Below, we have today’s schedule of races and each page will list the streaming providers available so you can watch today’s meeting live. There are races listed daily from the likes of Kempton, Doncaster, Newcastle and tracks outside the UK such as Tipperary, Turffontein, Kenilworth and much more.
Mobile and Tablet Streaming:
With our stream schedules listed below, the good news is that all the racecourses are available to watch via a smartphone or tablet. And yupp; this includes iPad and iPhone as well as other popular devices (HTC, Nokia, Nexus, Samsung Galaxy and Windows phones to name a few).
You should be good via 3g or 4g if you are on the move, but certainly there will be no issues using wi-fi or your home broadband connection. Just think, you could load up a live horse racing stream while you’re out in Costa having a cuppa’!
Alternatively, you can try Racing UK or At the Races (known as ATR or RUK) however, please note that there is a hefty monthly fee involved as well as the sites being heavily geo restricted.