Royal Ascot 2021 – Day 2 – Live TV Coverage on ITV, Live streaming on ITV Hub

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Day 2 of Royal Ascot sees the Prince of Wales’s Stakes headline a superb afternoon of racing.

One of the highlights of the entire season, today’s feature race is due off at 4.20pm and is run over ten furlongs.

Also, on a stellar afternoon of racing, are two top quality juvenile races – the Queen Mary (2.30pm) and the Windsor Castle (5.35pm), either side of a plethora of great action – the Queen’s Vase (3.05pm), the Duke of Cambridge Stakes (3.40pm) and the Royal Hunt Cup (5.00pm).

Ed Chamberlin and Francesca Cumani will be live on ITV and ITV HD from 1.30pm, where they’ll be joined by Jason Weaver and Kevin Blake.

Reporters Rishi Persad, Matt Chapman, Luke Harvey and Adele Mulrennan will be reporting from around the course.

Race commentary comes from Richard Hoiles and Mark Johnson, lifestyle with Mark Heyes and Charlotte Hawkins and social stable with Oli Bell and Chris Hughes.

The day’s coverage starts with The Opening Show on ITV4 from 9.00am.

Main race coverage starts from 1.30pm on ITV and moves over to ITV4 at 5.50pm.

Coverage will also be streamed live via the ITV Hub.

Posted on Wednesday 16 June 2021
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