Race runners are confirm for the 2021 Epsom Derby. Epsom Downs Racecoruse will be host the 243rd Edition of the Epsom Derby on Saturday 4 june. The race is sponsored for the first time by the online car-dealer Cazoo.
In the US, the race (11:30 a.m. ET start time) will be televised on NBC Sports Network (coverage starts at 10 a.m. ET). ITV Racing have live coverage of this year’s Derby Festival from Epsom Downs. But if you don’t have cable, here are the best options to watch a live stream of the 2022 Epsom Derby online for free:
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The first day features two Group 1s – the Oaks and the Coronation Cup – among five races being shown on ITV. Ed Chamberlin and co are live from 1.30pm until 5pm.
On Derby Saturday, The Opening Show whets the appetite from 9am on ITV4 before coverage from Epsom Downs gets underway on ITV from 1.25pm. The build up to the big race continues until the runners and riders go to post at 4.30pm.
Paddy Power has been sponsoring all of ITV Racing’s excellent live coverage since January 1. That’s every televised meet throughout 2022 as well as on-demand and catch up services, licensing rights, the ITV Racing app and the ITV7 competition as well. The mega-deal covers almost 100 days of racing every year for you to enjoy on the telly box.
EPSOM DERBY 2022 DATE AND START TIME
The Epsom Derby is set to take place at 4.30pm BST on Saturday June 4, 2022 at Epsom Downs. It’s the second of the Epsom Classics to be run after the Oaks.
EPSOM DERBY FACT FILE
Last 5 Winners: Serpentine (2020), Anthony Van Dyck (2019), Masar (2018), Wings Of Eagles (2017), Harzand (2016)
Leading Jockey: Lester Piggott (9 wins – 1954, 1957, 1960, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1976, 1977, 1983)
Leading Trainer: Aidan O’Brien (8 wins – 2001, 2002, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2019, 2020)
Fastest Winning Time (at Epsom): 2m 31.33s – Workforce (2010)
Widest Winning Margin: 10l – Shergar (1981)
Sir Michael Stoute told the assembled racing media after Desert Crown’s Dante win: “I was cautious because Desert Crown had the hold up and he’s only just up for a race now. I was very pleased. He was impressive in his maiden and we got behind schedule.
“We had to do what we did and he didn’t let me down, he surprised me actually. That was very encouraging.
“Others in the race will improve too but you would expect some improvement from him because it’s only his second start.
“It was a very pleasing performance because this was only race two for him and we just got him ready.”
Who are the runners and riders?
Changingoftheguard (IRE) 3 9 2 Westerberg/Mrs J Magnier/M Tabor/D Smith Aidan O’Brien Ireland
Desert Crown 3 9 2 Mr Saeed Suhail Sir Michael Stoute
El Habeeb (IRE) 3 9 2 Mr Mohamed Khalid Abdulrahim Stan Moore
Eydon (IRE) 3 9 2 Prince A. A. Faisal Roger Varian
Glory Daze (IRE) 3 9 2 Glory Gold Partnership Andy Oliver Ireland
Grand Alliance (IRE) 3 9 2 Mrs Susan Roy Charlie Fellowes
Hoo Ya Mal 3 9 2 Ahmad Al Shaikh Andrew Balding
Masekela (IRE) 3 9 2 Mick and Janice Mariscotti Andrew Balding Jason Watson
Nahanni 3 9 2 Godolphin Charlie Appleby
Nations Pride (IRE) 3 9 2 Godolphin Charlie Appleby
Piz Badile (IRE) 3 9 2 Flaxman Stables Ireland Ltd Donnacha O’Brien Ireland Frankie Dettori
Royal Patronage (FR) 3 9 2 Highclere T’Bred Racing – Woodland Walk Charlie & Mark Johnston
Sonny Liston (IRE) 3 9 2 Chelsea Thoroughbreds – The Big Bear Charles Hills Tom Marquand
Star of India (IRE) 3 9 2 M Tabor/D Smith/Mrs J Magnier/Westerberg Aidan O’Brien Ireland
Stone Age (IRE) 3 9 2 Peter Brant/Mrs John Magnier/M Tabor Aidan O’Brien Ireland
Walk of Stars 3 9 2 Godolphin Charlie Appleby
Westover 3 9 2 Juddmonte Ralph Beckett
West Wind Blows (IRE) 3 9 2 Mr Abdulla Al Mansoori Simon & Ed Crisford Jack Mitchell