Royal Ascot 2018 – Day Two – Live TV Coverage on ITV, ITV Hub

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Francesca Cumani and Ed Chamberlin will be live on ITV from 1.30pm today as day two of this year’s Royal Ascot meeting takes place.

Today’s feature race is the Group One Prince of Wales’s Stakes at 4.20pm, which was won in thrilling fashion last year by Aidan O’Brien’s Highland Reel.

Chief supporting races include the Queen Mary Stakes (2.30pm), Queen’s Vase (3.05pm), Duke of Cambridge Stakes (3.40pm), Royal Hunt Cup (5.00pm) and the Jersey Stakes (5.35pm).

Analysis comes from Jason Weaver and Johnny Murtagh, reporting from Oli Bell and Rishi Persad, fashion tips and advice from Mark Heyes and Charlotte Hawkins.

The latest betting news comes from Matt Chapman and Brian Gleeson, weather news from Lucy Verasamy, commentary from Richard Hoiles and social media reaction from Emmet Kennedy and Kevin Blake.

The coverage will also be streamed live via the ITV Hub.

Wed 20 – Royal Ascot (Day 2) – ITV

14:30 The Queen Mary Stakes (Group 2)
15:05 The Queen’s Vase (Group 2)
15:40 The Duke of Cambridge Stakes (Group 2)
16:20 The Prince of Wales’s Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series)
17:00 The Royal Hunt Cup (Heritage Handicap)
17:35 The Jersey Stakes (Group 3)

Posted on Wednesday 20 June 2018
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