Horse racing is a widespread sport, attracting millions of fans. Today you can dig into the case just by watching or visiting some of such tournaments.
As mlb.com says, The Breeders’ Cup is one of the most prominent horse racing events both in the UK plus Ireland and the other world.
Despite the challenges of the current coronavirus situation, a healthy crop of Irish and British runners are already ready
to try and score on away soil.
The championship takes place at Del Mar Thoroughbred Club in California, starting on November 5 and November 6, although spectators on either side of the Irish Sea must consider a lag time.
Day one sees the best of the two-year-old division take to the track, with five Breeders’ Cup contests from 9.50pm GMT (2.50pm local time) culminating in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf at 12.30am GMT (5.30pm local time).
You can watch the races any way you wish: live on ITV Racing, although you’ll have to do some channel hopping, or surfing the Internet for broadcasting. ITV4 is the place to be from 9.30pm on Friday to 1am on Saturday. The same channel carries live coverage from 7.30pm on Saturday before switching to ITV from 11.15pm for the Breeders’ Cup Turf and Breeders’ Cup Classic.