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(RACE@LIVE) Melbourne Cup 2023 Live free RAce Online Tv Channel

The Melbourne Cup, the race that stops a nation, has arrived and with that a flood people ready and willing to lay down their hard-earned cash for the chance to pick a winner.


The heavy favourite is import Vauban ($4.20) followed by Caulfield Cup winner Without a Fight ($6), — who has been Monday’s big firmer among the top hopes — and last year’s winner Gold Trip. See below for the latest odds.


Want to live stream this year's Melbourne Cup race? Not everyone can guarantee they'll have a big screen in front of them but luckily there's a host of other ways you can access live vision and watch 'the race that stops the nation'.


How to Stream the Melbourne Cup 2023 Online

A $10 million deal saw Channel 10 takeover the broadcast rights from Channel 7 in 2019 and since then they've paved the way for a host of different streaming options across a range of digital platforms.


From next year, it looks like Channel 9 will have the Melbourne Cup broadcasting rights.


The Cup live stream is also available on Racing.com. If you're on the go then you're best bet would be to watch it on your phone (or other handheld device) by visiting the website or app for Racing.com coverage.


The Melbourne Cup Carnival, which consists of four racedays across and eight-day period, is broadcast on Channel 10 and Channel 78.


Channel 10 are the official TV rights holders for the big race - and the entire carnival - but Channel 78/ Racing.com is also allowed to broadcast it as well as part of its deal with Racing Victoria.


For international viewers the 2023 live stream will no longer be available to overseas audiences. Foxtel's Sky Racing is the place to go for people trying to tune in from abroad.


Sign up to a Bookie to watch the Melbourne Cup 2023 for FREE

Bookies are another great way to watch the Cup with wagering operators like the TAB offering live streaming options for the 2023 Cup via its new app.


We've put together Bookie Review pages to highlight which bookies offer access to a live stream of the 2023 Melbourne Cup online.


Simon O'Donnell's Melbourne Cup form guide: 'Massive question mark' over top chance as upset tipped It’s here again - not just Australia’s greatest horse race but its biggest and most enduring cultural institution: the wonderful Melbourne Cup.nce again the Melbourne Cup shapes as a case of a couple of Aussie horses attempting to stave off strong international competition. The 3200m Flemington feature on Tuesday boasts a strong field, including a couple of Willie Mullins stayers who I reckon will be right in the finish. As always, the country will down tools and stop what its doing on Tuesday afternoon to watch the huge field contest the 3200m (or two miles in the old) staying test, which has not only grown in its international era into the world’s best handicap, but one of the marquee races on the planet. Its story is well known - first run in 1861 when won by the might Archer, and a winning stage for some of the all-time greats of the turf, such as Phar Lap (1930), Carbine (1890), Rising Fast (1954) and Makybe Diva, the only horse to win three, from 2003-05. In keeping with modern times, when stringent new veterinary checks keep a lot of internationals away, the 24-horse field for the $8 million race is dominated by locally-trained horses, with only four trained abroad (as in Europe and Japan, not New Zealand). But that still won’t quite warm the hearts of the traditionalists who pine for the days of an old-style, pre-internationalised Cup where, helped by the handicap system, a battler from the bush could trump a toff from the big smoke. For what’s happening now is a lot of European horses are imported here, often for stacks of cash, in the months or couple of years before the big race, since they breed superior stayers there.

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