Discover the various methods available for watching the 2023 Melbourne Cup, scheduled to take place on November 7th, 2023, precisely at 3:00 PM AEST and 11 PM, November 6th at US and Canada.
2023 Melbourne Cup Live Streaming Anywhere.
For a swift and convenient live stream of the 2023 Melbourne Cup, visit the race.remiumtv.live website from anywhere. The Australian Channel 10 will cover the horse race from Melbourne, and the channel is not available from outside the AU.
What is the Melbourne Cup?
The Melbourne Cup is a thoroughbred horse race held in Melbourne, Australia. It is a 3,200-metre race for three-year-olds and older, conducted by the Victoria Racing Club on the Flemington Racecourse. It’s the richest “two-mile” handicap in the world.
When is the Melbourne Cup in 2023?
If you’re interested in following all the action from the four big days of the 2023 Melbourne Cup Carnival, here’s the schedule you need to memorise:
- Nov. 4 — Penfolds Victoria Derby Day
- Nov. 4 — Lexus Melbourne Cup Barrier Draw
- Nov. 7 — Lexus Melbourne Cup Day
- Nov. 9 — Kennedy Oaks Day
- Nov. 11 — TAB Champions Stakes Day
The Melbourne Cup takes place at 3 p.m. AEDT on Nov. 7, which is a public holiday in the city.
How to watch the Melbourne Cup for free
You can watch all the action from the 2023 Melbourne Cup Carnival on Network 10, with free livestreaming available on 10 Play.
The problem with 10 Play is that it is geo-restricted to Australia. That’s frustrating, but anyone can access this free streaming service with a VPN. These tools can hide your real IP address (digital location) and connect you to a secure server in Australia, meaning you can bypass geo-restrictions to watch 10 Play from anywhere in the world. But we recommended visiting race.premiumtv.live to watch stream the carnival on your any device from anywhere without VPN.
What channel is the Melbourne Cup on?
This year’s Melbourne Cup will be broadcast live on free-to-air via Channel 10.
As always, Sky Racing will also show the big race live, as well as every other track around the country on Cup day.
What time is the Melbourne Cup?
This year’s Melbourne Cup will commence at 3pm AEDT.
The first race of the day is expected to jump at 10.45am, with the final race on the card scheduled for 5.15pm.
Melbourne Cup race schedule
|10.45am||Maribyrnong Plate (1000m)|
|11.20am||Furphy Plate (1800m)|
|12.00pm||TAB Trophy (1800m)|
|12.40pm||The Schweppervescene Plate (1000m)|
|1.20pm||The Macca’s Run (2800m)|
|1.55pm||Subzero Handicap (1400m)|
|3.00pm||Melbourne Cup (3200m)|
|3.50pm||Howden Desirable Stakes (1400m)|
|4.35pm||The Hong Kong Jockey Club Stakes (1400m)|
|5.15pm||Paramount+ Trophy (1400m)|