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Epsom Downs Races

Epsom Downs Races
Epsom Downs Racecourse is a Grade 1 listed racecourse near to Epsom and takes its name from the nearby North Downs in Surrey.

Epsom Downs is home to many of the sports biggest races and the Derby Festival, featuring The Derby- Britain’s richest race, in June is always a must watch occasion and that is exactly what you can do online via our live streaming partners.

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Epsom Downs Races Live

Perhaps best known for the Epsom Derby (although the official title of the race is The Derby Stakes), other popular races include the Oaks Stakes (Also known as the Epsom Oaks) and the Coronation Cup.

Racing on the North Downs has a long and fascinating history with the first recorded race going back to 1661 and due to been in a public area it is still possible to watch the action for free at the course which leads to huge attendances especially for the big race meets.

As a flat track, the majority of racing happens throughout the summer with June featuring The Oaks, Princess Elizabeth Stakes, the Coronation Cup and of course the Derby.

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The streams that we feature here on GGTV are offered by bookmakers who have paid for the rights to bring you live horse racing action, so you can watch races that you have bet on.

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Different bookies have different services with some only focusing on the UK and Ireland whilst some bring you the action from all around the world. If you are after a specific race, please visit our preview section or for all races from a specific track, check out our track guides.

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Watch Racing From Epsom Live

Epsom Downs, or simply Epsom as most fans know the track as, is one of the United Kingdom’s leading racecourses and is capable of attracting well over 100,000 fans for big race days which just gives you a glimpse at the quality of racing on offer at the course.

As well as been a modern day giant of the horse racing world, the course has a long history, with the first recorded race on the downs coming way back in 1661, although there are reports of racing in the area going back even further than that.

As you would expect from a course with so much history and prestige there have been a number of stand out moments including in 1769, when the iconic horse Eclipse had its first ever win at the course before going on to having a long and undefeated career.

In 1779, Edward Smith-Stanley, the 12th Earl of Derby organised a race for his him and his friends and this was named the Oaks after his nearby estate. This went on to quickly become hugely popular and successful race which became known as the Derby- which is of course still one of the most popular races in the world and has gone to give its name to many other races not just in the United Kingdom but across Europe, Australia and the world.

In 1913, Emily Davison, a leader of the suffragette movement threw herself in the way of Anmer, a racehorse owned by King George V- an incident that saw her knocked down and dying of her injuries a few days later in hospital.

Nowadays the course has huge modern grandstands and great facilities for both corporate guests and for the general public and it is a course that regularly sees the Royal Family in attendance.

There are 2 main meeting held at the course, one towards the start of the season known as the April Meeting and one known in June that is known as the Derby Meeting or the Derby Festival.

It is at these 2 meetings where the courses most notorious races are held including the City and Suburban Handicap ( a handicap race run over 1 mile, 2 furlongs and 17 yards), the Great Metropolitan Handicap (run over 1 mile, 4 furlongs and 5 yards) and the Blue Riband Trial Stakes (run over 1 mile, 2 furlongs and 17 yards), which are run at the April Meeting.

Races at The Derby Meeting include the Woodcote Stakes (run over 6 furlongs and 3 yards), the Oaks (a group 1 race run over 1 mile, 4 furlongs and 6 yards), the Coronation Cup (a group 1 race run over 1 mile, 4 furlongs and 6 yards), the Surrey Stakes (a listed race run over 7 furlongs and 3 yards), the Princess Elizabeth Stakes (a group 3 race run over 1 mile and 113 yards), the Diomond Stakes (a group 3 race run over 1 mile and 113 yards) and of course the iconic The Derby (a group 1 race run over 1 mile, 4 furlongs and 6 yards).

No matter if you want to watch one of those great races above, including the iconic Epsom Derby, or any other race from the iconic racecourse, you can.

It has never been easier to watch live racing from Epsom as each of the bookies featured on this page bring you all of the action live.

There is a wagering requirement at each of the bookies that must be met before you can watch the races but the chances are that if you are looking for a Epsom live stream, you will also be interested in betting on the races, so why not simply choose to bet with a bookie that allows you to watch the race live?

Choose Where To Watch Racing From Epsom

All of these bookies offer live flat horse racing streaming, choose your favourite or simply the bookie requiring the lowest stake (the bet you need to place to watch live horse racing via the bookmaker).

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