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There are six meetings as part of live horse racing streaming coverage today. The two-day Fairyhouse Winter Festival begins, and it is also Fighting Fifth Hurdle day up at Newcastle. Following early starts at the home of the Irish Grand National and the Gosforth Park venue, there are also jumps cards at Doncaster and Bangor in North Wales.
Another reason to watch and bet on horse racing on QuinnBet this Saturday is the second day of the Newbury Winter Carnival. There are some massive races taking place today. Later on, Wolverhampton has an All-Weather card that completes a typically busy day of horse racing live streaming action. Here are the main highlights up and down the British Isles:
Live Stream Saturday’s Horse Racing – What’s On
All top horse racing betting sites have Newbury as a big priority on this day. The action begins with a Listed 2m mares’ novice hurdle (12:10) where course and distance winner Nina The Terrier meets re-opposing pair Ahorsewithnoname and Elle Est Belle on better terms. Following that, the 2m 7f Grade 2 John Francome Novices’ Chase (12:40) sees Irish raider Mr Incredible taking on Wetherby winner Ashtown Lad and Lucinda Russell’s classy staying hurdler Ahoy Senor. Flash Collonges makes his bow over fences for Paul Nicholls too.
As if that isn’t enough incentive to watch live horse racing streaming on 28 November, the 2m 6f Sir Peter O’Sullevan Memorial Handicap Chase (1:15) remembers one of the sport’s iconic commentators. Soaring Glory is a strong fancy for the Listed 2m intermediate handicap hurdle registered as the Gerry Feilden (2:25), having won the Betfair Hurdle over course and distance back in February. There isn’t much opposition either.
Ladbrokes Trophy a Must-See Race for Punters
One of the big gambling races that punters watch and bet on horse racing for every year is the Ladbrokes Trophy, a 3m 2f Grade 3 handicap chase best known as the Hennessy Gold Cup (3:00). Many have claims here in a typically competitive renewal including Ontheropes and Eklat De Rire, both over from Ireland. The best of the home team could be Enrilo and Fiddlerontheroof with the latter representing Colin Tizzard, who has a great recent record in the race.
At Newcastle, meanwhile, there is lots to tune into live horse racing streaming sites for besides the Fighting Fifth. The opening 2m juvenile hurdle (11:45) sees winners Too Friendly and Twilight Twist tackle each other. Later on, The French Furze Novices’ Hurdle over 2m 6f (12:55) has Mr Glass heading up from Nicholls’ Ditcheat base to race against recent Hexham winner Captain Quint and Fergal O’Brien runner Marble Sands.
There is also a 2m 7f novices’ limited handicap chase (1:30) where Valleres is a warm order now stepping up in trip for trainer Alan and owners Simon Munir and Issac Souede. The chief supporting race is the Rehearsal Handicap Chase (2:05), a Listed contest over the same trip. Many have chances here with The Ferry Master lurking at the foot of weights, and one of two in the race for Scottish handler Sandy Thomson.
Fighting Fifth Another Feature of Live Horse Racing Steaming Today
Stable companion Dingo Dollar also has claims, while Harriet Graham’s Aye Right has always run well in these big handicaps. Good Bob Bobby steps up in trip after landing a Listed contest at Wetherby last month for Munir, Souede and Nigel Twiston-Davies. Others could also get involved with the odds on the best betting sites reflecting that, but the Fighting Fifth (3:15) is all about Epatante returning to action.
Nicky Henderson’s star mare runs for JP McManus and faces old rivals Sceau Royal and Silver Streak in the feature 2m Grade 1 contest. A new danger is the undefeated Monmiral, who hasn’t put a foot wrong since joining Nicholls from France. See all of this and more at QuinnBet, where accessing horse racing live streaming is easy. These instructions give punters the lowdown on how to view it all:
- Join the QuinnBet sportsbook
- Log in to the account
- Make a deposit
- Go to the Horse Racing page
- Find some races of interest
- Hit Watch then stream live
Saturday’s Horse Racing Live Streaming Schedule – 27 November
- Fairyhouse – first race 11:30 GMT
- Newcastle – first race 11:45 GMT
- Doncaster – first race 12:05 GMT
- Newbury – first race 12:10 GMT
- Bangor – first race 12:15 GMT
- Wolverhampton – first race 16:00 GMT
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