Royal Ascot 2016 – Coronation Stakes – Live Racing on Channel 4, More4

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Royal Ascot 2016 – Coronation Stakes – Live Racing on Channel 4, More4
Updated on Saturday 18 June 2016
Posted by @TVNewsroom

The fifth and final day of Royal Ascot 2016 takes place today with live TV coverage on Channel 4 and More4.

Today’s coverage starts at 9am with a closing Royal Ascot Morning Line. The Royal Meeting will begin at 1:30pm on More 4, moving across to Channel 4 at 3:20pm for the final four races and climax of the meeting.

In a busy sporting summer, Channel 4 has reactivated the red button service especially for horseracing fans to provide a swift platform change for viewers in the two hours when Ascot’s Royal Meeting coincides with the qualifying of the F1 European Grand Prix, which is live on Channel 4 from 1pm.

More4 sits on FreeView channel 14; Freesat channel 124; Sky channel 138; Virgin Media channel 147; and streams live on All4, Sky Go and Virgin TV Anywhere.

2.30 Chesham Stakes (Listed) 7f (More4); 3.05 Wolferton Handicap (Listed) 1m 2f (More4); 3.40 Hardwicke Stakes (Group 2) 1m 4f (C4); 4.20 Diamond Jubilee Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series & Global Sprint Challenge) 6f (C4); 5.00 Wokingham Stakes (Heritage Handicap) 6f (C4); 5.35 Queen Alexandra Stakes (Conditions Race) 2m 5f (C4).

Clare Balding and Nick Luck will front the live coverage. Commentary and analysis comes from Simon Holt, Richard Hoiles, Graham Cunningham, Jim McGrath, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

Rishi Persad, Emma Spencer and Mick Fitzgerald will provide reports, and Gok Wan is on hand with fashion advice.

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