@~Live! Royal Ascot 2020 LiveStream Horse Racing Day 5 Ascot Racecourse
2020-06-20T04:35:11Z (GMT) by
How to watch Royal Ascot 2020 live: day 4 stream, race card and TV guide. It's been a big week for semi-normality in the United Kingdom, with live sport creeping back into action by way of the Premier League restart and Royal Ascot horse racing. The latter is one of the highlights of the Great British summer, so while it's the first ever Royal Ascot to be held without spectators, the marquee event still features first-class races. Read on as our guide explains how to watch Royal Ascot live and stream every day 4 race online.
Friday is day 4 at Royal Ascot and it's got a tough act to follow after Stradivarius - ridden by irrepressible jockey Frankie Dettori - took home its third Gold Cup. It's a feat only two other horses have ever accomplished and the margin of Stradivarius' victory was testament to what a one-in-a-lifetime horse he is.
We've got the full Royal Ascot 2020 schedule and race card below, but first, follow our guide as we explain how to watch Royal Ascot 2020 in the UK and live stream every day 4 race no matter where you are right now.
How to watch Royal Ascot 2020: live stream every day 4 race in the UK for free
The best option for most people wanting to watch this year's Royal Ascot action simply to head to ITV. The UK terrestrial channel can be watched on TV, of course, but also online or on your device of choice via the ITV Hub streaming platform.
It's completely free to watch in the UK, provided you've got a valid TV license, and Royal Ascot 2020 TV coverage runs from 1.30-5pm on day 4 (Friday).
Any British horse racing fans who find themselves abroad for the Gold Cup and craving a bit of Royal Ascot race action can tune back into their home coverage by using a good VPN to digitally relocate back to Blighty. Here's how that works.
How to watch Royal Ascot from outside the country
British horse racing fans wanting to watch Royal Ascot today may find they run into trouble if they're abroad, as geo-blocking restrictions are likely to prevent access to UK-based streaming platforms from other countries.
Fortunately, there's a solution in the form of a VPN - a nifty piece of software that helps you get around digital borders and regain access to the services you normally use and pay for at home. But which one is right for you?
We've tested all of the major VPN services and we rate ExpressVPN as the absolute best. It's compatible with loads of devices including iOS, Android, Amazon Fire Stick, PlayStation, Apple TV and such, and we found it secure, speedy and simple-to-use.
Those are just some of the reasons it's the best all-round Virtual Private Network for streaming events like Royal Ascot 2020 and the Gold Cup live from abroad. Another is the fact that it comes with a 30-day money back guarantee and 3-months FREE, so you can see if it's right for you with no strings attached.
Once you've registered and downloaded the software, just follow the prompts to install it then select the location you want to relocate your IP address to - it really is that easy - so grab your free ExpressVPN trial today.
Royal Ascot 2020: day 4 race card
All times BST
1.15pm - The Palace of Holyroodhouse Stakes (Handicap) (Class 2) (0-105) 3 £35,000 Five furlongs
1.50pm - The Albany Stakes (Group 3) 2 fillies £45,000 Six furlongs
2.25pm - The Norfolk Stakes (Group 2) 2 £50,000 Five furlongs
3.00pm - The Hardwicke Stakes (Group 2) 4+ £125,000 One mile, four furlongs
3.35pm - The Commonwealth Cup (Group 1) 3 colts & fillies £250,000 Six furlongs
4.10pm - The Queen's Vase (Group 2) 3 £110,000 One mile, six furlongs
4.40pm - The Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (Handicap) (Class 2) (0-105) 3+ £60,000 One mile, four furlongs