What time and channel is the Derby? TV and live stream info for Saturday's race

Photo showing Ryan Moore riding City Of Troy
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The Derby takes place at Epsom Racecourse on Saturday. It is the biggest flat race on the calendar and comes in with a whopping £1.5m in prizemoney, including over £800,000 for the winner.

The race is officially for three-year-old colts and fillies and is run over one mile, four furlongs and 10 yards. It is a testing course for horses and jockeys with Epsom's undulating nature.

Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien saddles the current favourite, with City Of Troy leading the betting at around 10/3 with most bookmakers.

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Ryan Moore will be in the saddle.

Here is more info on the race and how to watch it.

When and where is the Derby?

The Derby takes place at Epsom Racecourse on Saturday afternoon, June 1.

What time does it start?

The race is due off at 4.30pm.

How can I watch it?

The race will be live on ITV1, with coverage also available on the subscription service Racing TV. By law, the Derby is one of only two races that must be shown on free-to-air television in the UK. The other is the Grand National. It can also be streamed on the ITV X platform.

Who won last year?

Last year’s race was won by 9/2 shot Auguste Rodin, trained by Aiden O’Brien.

This year's betting

  • City Of Troy 10/3

  • Ancient Wisdom 11/2

  • Ambiente Friendly 6/1

  • Los Angeles 6/1

  • Dancing Gemini 9/1

  • Macduff 11/1

  • Bellum Justum 22/1

  • Deira Mile 25/1

  • Voyage 25/1

  • Euphoric 33/1

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