Melbourne Cup 2019 Live Online is one of the most prestigious events in Australia. More specifically, it is the no.1 annual Thoroughbred horse race. The race itself involves the long distance 3,200-metre race. The perfect candidates for the race participants are those who are three-year-olds or over.
It is not exaggerating to say that this event always stops the activities of Australian and international viewers because the racing moments are too high to be missed. The Victoria Racing Club has been the sole event organizer of the big event. This year’s Melbourne Cup 2019 will happen at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Victoria. The Melbourne Cup 2019 will be the part of the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.
It is the most significant “two-mile” handicap in the world. Not to mention that folks tag it as the richest handicap. The event will be involving the big purses. Since everyone stops to watch Melbourne Cup 2019 Live Stream, many call it as “the race that stops a nation.”
The Melbourne Cup is not only about horse racing. The official name of the big event is the Melbourne Cup Carnival. It is the world-class event that offers the dynamic events including the competitive horse racing, entertainment, fashion, food and wine, and other exclusive things, all-in-one place. These events happen in one place called Flemington Racecourse. For many people, the Melbourne Cup Carnival is the best week of the year. After all, the participants only have a week to enjoy the glamorous and joyful event right from their bench. Everyone will surely enjoy the celebration.
The Festivity is set to happen on November 5, Tuesday, at Flemington Racecourse. The gates will open from 8.30 AM local time. If you plan to attend the venue, make sure you come to the place an hour before the gate opens. You know that the big event like this can draw traffic jam and full parking lot.
2019 Melbourne Cup schedule: Start time for every race
The Race will begin at 3.00 PM. Although it does not always happen, there’s a possibility for a slight delay. Assuming that you are anticipating the spectacle, consider being ready minutes before the starting time. As we know, missing a second of the race can be a terrible experience.
What channel is it on? (TV guide)
Just like other big sporting events, those who want to spend their free time while watching Melbourne Cup 2019 at home can tune in the Channel 7. All you need to do is turn your TV on and tune in Channel 7 to enjoy the good game live. Besides Channel 7, you can also watch it through Foxtel. The live coverage is also available through the Radio. If you are going to follow the Melbourne Cup 2019 while on the go, radio coverage can come in handy to accompany your trip. The Seven Network is a board to proceed the most anticipated event coverage for the viewers around the world.
The other official channel is Racing.com channel. Racing.com will be providing the full live coverage of the horse racing. And the viewers can watch Melbourne Cup 2019 Live Stream through the free-to-air TV and on Foxtel channel 529. Meanwhile, Foxtel will provide the full live coverage of the event on Sky Racing 1 channel 526. The race will indeed stop the nation.
Australian viewers won’t need to worry to find out the way to catch up with the Melbourne Cup 2019. Channel 7 cover all the racing actions and interviews of the main event in the Melbourne Cup Carnival. But it will also do the extra miles in covering nine other races with the live coverage of the entire carnival. The coverage begins at 10 AM AEDT on the race day. Make sure you tune in the channel minutes before the actual starting time. Besides Channel 7 and Foxtel, you could also switch to Racing.com as the official channel to cover the Melbourne Cup 2018.
The world-class Melbourne Cup 2018 is coming to Racing.com. If you are living in New Zealand, it is the suitable option to watch the entire Melbourne Cup 2018 Live Stream. You will be able to enjoy it on free-to-air TV in New Zealand. If you are not up to Racing.com, you could switch the option to Sky Racing. It is also the official broadcaster of the upcoming Melbourne Cup 2018.