How to Watch Racing Without Cable

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Are you a horse racing fan fearing the loss of coverage if they end your cable subscription? You needn’t. If you pick the right streaming service, you will get great horse racing coverage — probably better than you have now!

There is a scattering of horse race programming on general sports channels like ESPN and NBCSN. But the big player in horse racing programming is TVG Network. Almost all of their programming is dedicated to horse and dog racing — showing races, behind-the-scenes shows, commentary, weather reports, and more.

FuboTV Horse Racing

Stream the Big Races

The biggest races tend to show on general sports channels or even networks. But these change from time to time. For example, ABC used to broadcast all the Triple Crown races. But for the last decade, NBC has been coving them. Below are articles that will help you watch the big events as they come up.

Sling TV Horse Racing
Sling TV horse racing on an Android phone.

What’s the Best Racing Streaming Service?

Both AT&T TV and YouTube TV offer good support for horse racing but you have to pay extra if you want TVG Network. With AT&T TV, you will need to get the Choice plan for $84.99/mo. YouTube TV requires the Sports Plus add-on ($10.99/mo) for a total of $75.98/mo.

The stand-out service for horse racing, however, is FuboTV. They provide an excellent selection of general sports channels. And their base plan ($64.99/mo) offers not just TVG Network but also its sister channel TVG2.