Royal Ascot 2017 – Live Horse Racing TV Coverage on ITV

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Royal Ascot 2017 – Live Horse Racing TV Coverage on ITV

Royal Ascot 2017 will take place this week (20-24 June) with live TV coverage on ITV.

ITV Racing is covering the most glamorous event in flat racing for the first time ever, with six live races on each of the five days, including the highlight of the week, Thursday’s Gold Cup.

Live coverage of Royal Ascot continues a fantastic month of flat racing on ITV, having featured the Epsom Derby Festival earlier in June.

Ed Chamberlin and Francesca Cumani will host the Royal Ascot meeting live from the Berkshire racecourse with expert analysis from Sir AP McCoy, Jason Weaver, Hayley Turner and special guest Johnny Murtagh, with on-course reporting from Oli Bell.

The Opening Show, presented by Oli, will air at 10am from Tuesday to Friday on ITV4 and at 9.25am on ITV on Saturday to preview the day’s action.

TV Coverage

Tuesday 20 June 2017
The Opening Show – ITV4 – 10am
Royal Ascot – ITV – 1.30pm

Wednesday 21 June 2017
The Opening Show – ITV4 – 10am
Royal Ascot – ITV – 1.30pm

Thursday 22 June 2017
The Opening Show – ITV4 – 10am
Royal Ascot – ITV – 1.30pm

Friday 23 June 2017
The Opening Show – ITV4 – 10am
Royal Ascot – ITV – 1.30pm

Saturday 24 June 2017
The Opening Show – ITV – 9.25am
Royal Ascot – ITV – 1.30pm

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