ITV Racing: Here’s all there is to know about this year’s horse racing coverage
Where can I watch live horse racing?
Live racing is available on ITV and ITV4. For a full list of televised race days and what channel to watch, see below.
Who are the presenters?
Former Sky Sports News presenter Ed Chamberlin is ITV’s main host. Formerly a journalist and bookmaker with a passion for horseracing, Chamberlin is perfectly placed at the forefront of ITV’s coverage.
Joining Chamberlin for the Flat season is Francesca Cumani, who was formerly lead racing analyst for Australia’s Seven Network.
Racing journalist Matt Chapman is betting presenter and reporter.
Former Racing UK presenter Oli Bell presents the Saturday morning magazine show on ITV4.
Who are the commentators?
Veteran commentator Richard Hoiles is lead commentator, alongside Mark Johnson.
Who are the reporters?
Besides the aforementioned Chapman, Rishi Persad, Sally-Ann Grassick and Alice Plunkett will also provide reports.
Lucy Verasamy is also on board as weather reporter.
Who else can we expect to feature?
Confirmed experts include legendary jockey AP McCoy, plus Hayley Turner, Mick Fitzgerald, Jason Weaver, Luke Harvey, Brian Gleeson and Brough Scott.
Frankie Dettori and Victoria Pendleton will also appear.
Which races can I watch on ITV?
Here’s the full list, with the channel in brackets.
25th: Kempton, Lingfield & Newcastle (ITV4)
4th: Doncaster & Newbury (ITV)
11th: Sandown & Wolverhampton (ITV4)
14th-17th: Cheltenham Festival (ITV)
18th: Uttoxeter & Kempton (ITV4)
25th: Newbury & Kelso (ITV4)
1st: Doncaster & Kempton (ITV4)
6th-8th: Aintree Grand National Meeting (ITV)
14th: Lingfield & Newcastle (ITV4)
15th: Musselburgh & Kempton (ITV4)
19th-20th: Newmarket & Cheltenham (ITV4)
22nd: Ayr & Newbury (ITV)
28th: Sandown (ITV3)
29th: Sandown and Haydock (jumps finale) (ITV)
6th: Newmarket and Goodwood (2,000 Guineas) (ITV)
7th: Newmarket and Hamilton (1,000 Guineas) (ITV)
10th-12th: Chester May Festival (ITV4)
13th: Ascot, Lingfield & Haydock (ITV4)
17th-19th: York Dante Meeting (ITV4)
20th: Newbury and Newmarket (ITV)
27th: Haydock, Goodwood & York (ITV4)
2nd-3rd: Epsom Derby Meeting (ITV)
10th: Haydock, Newmarket & Chester (ITV4)
17th: York, Musselburgh & Sandown (ITV4)
20th-24th: Royal Ascot (ITV)
1st: Newcastle and Newmarket (Northumberland Plate) (ITV)
8th: Sandown and Haydock (Eclipse) (ITV)
13th-14th: Newmarket July meeting (ITV3)
15th: ‘Super Saturday’ (Newmarket, Ascot, York) (ITV)
22nd: Newbury, Newmarket & Market Rasen (ITV3)
29th: Ascot and York (King George) (ITV)
1st-5th: Glorious Goodwood (ITV)
5th: Newmarket (ITV)
12th: Ascot, Haydock & Newmarket (ITV4)
19th: Newbury, Newmarket & Ripon (ITV4)
23rd-26th: York Ebor (ITV)
26th: Goodwood (ITV)
2nd: Sandown, Chester & Beverley – ITV4
9th: Haydock, Ascot and Kempton (Sprint Cup) – ITV
15th-16th: Doncaster St Leger meeting (ITV4)
16th: Doncaster and Chester (St Leger) (ITV)
23rd: Ayr & Newbury (ITV4)
29th-30th: Newmarket (ITV4)
30th: Haydock (ITV4)
7th: Ascot, Newmarket & Redcar (ITV4)
13th: Newmarket & York (ITV4)
14th: Newmarket and York (Dewhurst) (ITV)
21st: Ascot (British Champions Day) (ITV)
28th: Cheltenham, Doncaster & Newbury (ITV4)
4th: Ascot & Wetherby (ITV4)
11th: Wincanton & Doncaster (ITV4)
17th: Cheltenham (Open meeting) (ITV4)
18th: Cheltenham and Lingfield (Open Meeting, Middle Day) (ITV)
19th: Cheltenham & Fontwell (ITV4)
25th: Haydock and Ascot (Betfair Chase) (ITV)
1st: Hennessy meeting (ITV4)
2nd: Newbury & Newcastle (Hennessy/Fighting Fifth) (ITV)
9th: – Sandown & Aintree (ITV4)
15th-16th: Cheltenham (International Meeting) (ITV4)
16th: Doncaster (ITV4)
23rd: Ascot & Haydock (ITV4)
26th: Kempton and Wetherby (King George) (ITV)
27th: Kempton & Chepstow (ITV4)
30th: Newbury, Haydock & Taunton (ITV4)