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++[OFFICIAL@STREAM#!] Lexus Melbourne Cup 2023 Live Broadcast Online Free ON 06 November 2023


Australia's most prestigious horse race - the Melbourne Cup - will once again be held at Flemington on the first Tuesday in November.Vauban is favourite to salute after the 3200m journey but defending champion Gold Trip will also be among the challengers.



Melbourne Cup Carnival 2023 Live
While the feature race commences at 3pm (AEDT), there will also be nine other races during the meet. The Sporting News has all the details on how to live stream the Melbourne Cup. Say HEY to the social bet, Download the DABBLE app! How to live stream the Melbourne Cup There are two options to watch the Melbourne Cup if you can't access a television on race day. 10play - Network 10's streaming arm - will stream all races from the Melbourne Cup meet live using their free-to-air television broadcast. Foxtel streaming services such as Foxtel Go and Foxtel Watch will also show all the races via Sky Racing. Is Sky Racing available on Kayo? Kayo users will not be able to watch the Melbourne Cup as it doesn't have rights to show Sky Racing. 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. We're getting close to the first Tuesday in November, and that means it's almost time for the most famous horse race on the Australian sporting calendar. So what time is this year's race? How can you watch? Who are the favourites? Here's your quick guide to the 163rd running of the Melbourne Cup. What time does the Melbourne Cup start? The Melbourne Cup is race seven on the program, scheduled for 3pm AEDT — that's Melbourne time, and also for those in New South Wales, ACT and Tasmania. If you're in Queensland, the race will start at 2pm AEST, or in South Australia, at 2:30pm ACDT. In the Northern Territory, it will be 1:30pm ACST, and in Western Australia it will be 12pm AWST. You can follow all the action throughout the day on our live blog. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast on Channel Ten, which has the rights to this year's Melbourne Cup Carnival. Their live broadcast will start at 10:30am AEDT and run until 5:30pm AEDT after the last race of the day. Racing.com (digital Channel 78) also is able to broadcast the Cup live. Foxtel's Sky Racing is unable to carry the race live but will have it on delay, a few minutes after the event. The race will also be streamed on 10Play. Kayo Sports will also carry the Racing.com coverage. Where can I listen to the Cup? The big race will be carried live on a number of radio networks — ABC local radio, the Racing and Sports Network, SEN Radio, Nine Radio, plus Triple M in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. Who are the favourites? A jockey rises a racehorse to victory, with the rest of the field in the distance well behind him. Form watchers took notice when Vauban smashed the field at Royal Ascot in June — now the Willie Mullins-trained galloper is the Melbourne Cup favourite.(Getty Images: Alex Pantling) As often happens in recent times, the hot favourite for this year's Melbourne Cup is one of the internationals — Vauban, trained in Ireland by Willie Mullins. A top horse racing over hurdles, Vauban made headlines on the flat in June when he blitzed a field at Royal Ascot (over 2,816m) by seven and a half lengths, before qualifying for the Cup field with a win in the Ballyroan Stakes at Naas in Ireland. However, Vauban has not run in Australia. The 2023 Melbourne Cup field has been decided Irish galloper Vauban looks set to run favourite in Tuesday's great race, but who will be the toughest to beat? Explore our interactive form guide to the horses set to line up in the 163rd Melbourne Cup. Read more Vauban's stablemate Absurde, who qualified for the Cup by winning the Ebor Handicap (2,816m) at York in August, is also high on the list of chances. Other leading entries include Without A Fight — trained by Anthony and Sam Freedman — who won this year's Caulfield Cup over 2,400m, the Chris Waller-trained Soulcombe and the Japanese stayer Breakup, trained by Tatsuya Yoshioka. Last year's winner, Gold Trip — one of five runners for the training partnership of Ciaron Maher and David Eustace — is back and in fine form, coming off a third in the Caulfield Cup and a fifth place in the Cox Plate. However, he will have to carry a weight of 58.5kg — the last horse to win at that weight or higher was Think Big back in 1975. Of the 24 horses in the Cup field, only six runners have won over the Melbourne Cup distance of 3,200m. These are Vauban, Gold Trip, 2019 winner Vow and Declare, the Phillip Stokes-trained Daiqansweet Junior, the Irish-trained Okita Soushi and the Matthew Smith-trained, French-bred True Marvel. What's the weather forecast? As far as Melbourne Cup weather goes, this year's forecast is an each-way bet. Last year, it was just 13C when the race ran on a rainy afternoon that produced some unforgettable scenes during a sudden bout of squally winds. This year, it is forecast to be more than twice as warm with an expected maximum of 29C. However, there is a high chance of rain again this year. The Bureau of Meteorology says the showers are most likely to start in the afternoon and evening. Thunderstorms could put a dampener on festivities for those not lucky enough to be in a marquee or grandstand, with the storms predicted to arrive sometime in the hour before the race and remain throughout the afternoon and into the evening. What is the prize money this year? ABC Sport Daily podcast ABC Sport Daily is your daily sports conversation. We dive into the biggest story of the day and get you up to speed with everything else that’s making headlines. Read more The prize pool for the Melbourne Cup is $8 million. The first 12 horses across the line will earn prize money. The breakdown: 1st: $4.4 million; 2nd: $1.1 million; 3rd: $550,000; 4th: $350,000; 5th: $230,000; 6th to 12th: $160,000. The Melbourne Cup trophy, which contains 1.65kg of 18-carat gold, is worth $250,000 on its own. Join ABC Sport at abc.net.au/sport from 8am AEDT as Andrew McGarry and Mick Doyle live blog all the action from the Melbourne Cup

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