If you are looking for a way to watch the horses you have backed online, and you want to do it in a 100% legal way, then you have come to the right place.
If you take a look below you will find a list of live horse racing that is available right now, all 100% legal and available for you to watch. These streams are accessible via your desktop, tablet or mobile device.
How To Watch: minimum stake of £0.50 win, or £0.25 each way with the bookmaker showing the stream gets you access. Geo restrictions apply to horse racing streaming.
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What Live Horse Races Are Shown?
Horse racing from around the world is available for you to stream live so you will not miss a thing. A daily list of the meetings taking place will be available on our page and from here you can choose the meeting and race you would like to watch.
Every UK and Irish horse racing meeting is covered and the streams for these meetings are taken from Racing UK and At The Races. The two channels cover every single UK horse race, so you will not miss a thing from the UK horse racing season. Elsewhere, you can also stream many races from both the US and South Africa, with a list of those meetings also being available for you to look at on a daily basis.
You can watch:
- Every race from the UK & Ireland, with coverage from Racing UK and At The Races
- Over 400 meetings per year from South Africa
- Over 10,000 races per year from the US
From which countries can I access the streams?
Live horse racing is available to you via a stream from At The Races at selected UK racecourses. This stream is not available to people in the following countries:
Australia, France, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka The Caribbean or the United States of America.
Live horse racing is also available via a stream from Racing UK, who also broadcast from select UK racecourses. This stream is not available if you are in the following countries:
Australia, France, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore or the United States of America.
South African racing is available to watch online, however you will not be able to access this stream if you live in the following countries:
Australia, Hong Kong, South Africa, Singapore or the United States of America.
How much does it cost to watch live horse racing?
If you would like to watch a race then you do not need to pay to access the stream, but you do need to place a bet on the event. To watch you must place a bet of £0.50 win or £0.25 each way, or whatever your currency equivalent is.
When will the stream of the race start?
The live horse racing streams will begin approximately five seconds before the start of the race, although many will start earlier than that. They last for the entire race and for long enough so you can see a quick race replay after the event has finished.
Where do the streams come from?
Rights to show UK and Irish racing are jointly shared between Racing UK and At The Races, each have a number of courses that are exclusive to them. The streams are taken from them and shown to you after you have placed a bet totalling the requirements on the race you would like to watch.
Live Horse RAcing & Betting In-Play
Betting in-play is increasingly popular on horse racing and there are many markets available for you to utilise while the race is in-play. To give you an idea of what is available at different betting sites for horse racing, take a look at the different in-play markets below.
To win the race
This is the main market and it is simply choosing who will win the race. For a short period of time on longer races you can bet each way on this market but after that period it will turn to win only the odds change at that point to reflect the change in the market, and if you want to see what happens, watch a race live while keeping an eye on the odds.
The second market you can bet on is a match betting market that has been created for in-play betting. Here you are betting on a match between two horses, and you are choosing which horse you think finish in the highest position out of those two horses. The race result doesn’t matter, or the positons they finish in, it is simply a case of which horse does best.
The final market to bet on is the finishing position of the horse. This is a market where you back a horse to finish third or better, or to finish fourth or lower. This market can be used two different ways, the first way if you think the horse has a good chance of winning the race, but you want to cover your bet by backing it to finish in the top three. The second is to back a horse you think will perform poorly in the race to finish fourth or lower.
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