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This weekend, horse racing fans have one hell of a meeting to get excited about. We leave British racing behind for a couple of days and instead focus on France, specifically the Parisian venue of Parislongchamp, where the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe weekend takes place. It’s top class action all the way, including one of the world’s most prestigious races in the form of the Group 1 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, which takes place on Sunday afternoon.
The stands at Parislongchamp will be packed full on both Saturday and Sunday, with many lovers of sport being lucky enough to attend. However, only so many punters make it trackside, but don’t worry, if you’re not one of them, there’s TV coverage to get you through.
Where to watch the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe 2023 on television
As is often the case with horse racing, there aren’t too many options for television viewers. Fortunately, those in the United Kingdom who wish to watch the action unfold live from Parislongchamp do have one rather solid option.
Sky Sports Racing will be showing each and every race from both the Saturday and Sunday of the meeting, including the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe itself, which takes place at 15:05 (BST) on Sunday afternoon. I know what you’re thinking and don’t worry, it doesn’t actually matter whether you have Sky Sports or not. You don’t need to be a Sky Sports subscriber to watch the Sky Sports Racing channel, it comes free with a standard Sky package, and as somebody who doesn’t have Sky Sports, I can confirm this to be true.
To locate the Sky Sports Racing channel, simply access the “TV Guide” menu on your Sky box, find “Sports” and scroll down until you see “Sky Sports Racing”. Alternatively, just enter “415” into using your remote.
Where to live stream the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe 2023
If you’re not a Sky TV customer, then you’re not totally out of luck, so don’t panic just yet. If you happen to be an AtTheRaces subscriber, then you can use the ATR player on the website to stream each an every race live from Parislongchamp. Failing that, you’re best bet is to make use of the streaming services run by the online bookmakers.
All of the reputable online betting sites available to UK punters provide live streams, and in some cases, you don’t even need to place a bet. Some sites, simply require you to have a positive account balance to view live racing streams, while others require you to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours. As I say, all of the major firms offer live streaming, so it’s just a case of checking what you need to do to get in on the streaming action depending on who it is that you have accounts with.
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