Cheltenham Races 2023: How to watch Cheltenham Festival for free - TV channel and live stream details

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Prestbury Park is set to welcome thousands of spectators, as well as runners and riders for the ‘Greatest Show on Turf’ - Cheltenham Festival - this week.

One of the biggest and most exciting events in the horse racing calendar is about to commence as thousands of spectators make their way to the Cheltenham Festival. A showcase of 28 races across four days, ending with the much-anticipated Gold Cup.

More than 250,000 fans are expected to head on down to its Prestbury Park venue for the action. The event, which is also known as Cheltenham Races, gets underway from Tuesday (March 14) and comes to an end on Friday (March 17).

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Millions of people also watch the horse racing event from the safety and warmth of their own homes. So if you can not make it down to Cheltenham to watch the race in person this week, there are ways for you to watch it live.

Here is everything you need to know about how to watch the Cheltenham Festival 2023. Includes details such as TV channels, livestreams and for some you do not need to pay a single penny.

How to watch Cheltenham Races 2023 - TV channel and livestream information

Racing TV is horse racing fans’ go-to destination to watch all of the action taking place at the Cheltenham Festival 2023 this week. It will broadcast all seven races each day and is a subscription service available to stream online and through Sky and Virgin Media - visit the Racing TV website to sign up ready for the event.

Over on ITV1, the first five races will be shown with coverage starting at 1pm each day from Tuesday to Friday. It will also be available on the go with streaming service ITVX.

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