Royal Ascot 2016 – Prince of Wales’s Stakes day – Live TV Coverage on Channel 4 Racing

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Royal Ascot 2016 – Prince of Wales’s Stakes day – Live TV Coverage on Channel 4 Racing
Updated on Wednesday 15 June 2016
Posted by @TVNewsroom

Day two of Royal Ascot 2016 takes place this afternoon with live coverage on Channel 4.

Clare Balding and Nick Luck present live coverage of the five-day festival

Live coverage starts at 1.40pm on Channel 4 and Channel 4 HD. The Morning Line is on the same channel from 8am, and there’s a highlights programme looking back on the day’s racing action at 1.10am (Thurs morning).

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.

Race Card

2.30pm Jersey Stakes (Group 3) 7f
3.05pm Queen Mary Stakes (Fillies’ Group 2) 5f
3.40pm Duke Of Cambridge Stakes (Fillies’ Group 2) (Str) 1m
4.20pm Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series) 1m 2f
5.00pm Royal Hunt Cup (Heritage Handicap) (Str) 1m
5.35pm Sandringham Handicap (Fillies’ Listed) (Str) 1m

TV Schedule

The Morning Line
8.00am – Channel 4

Live Royal Ascot 2016
1.40pm – Channel 4

Day 2 Highlights
1.10am (Thurs morning) – Channel 4

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