Today’s ITV Racing schedule: What time, channel and races are on for Ladbrokes Trophy day on Saturday at Newbury

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NEWBURY plays host to some blockbuster winter action on ITV this week.

Coverage from Friday and Saturday will be shown on telly in a real treat for racing fans.

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Paisley Park headlines a huge day of racing from Newbury on Friday[/caption]

And Friday sees a ‘Race of the Season’ contender in the Ladbrokes Long Distance Hurdle.


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SunSport’s Jack Keene had a detailed look at the runners there, which includes superstar Paisley Park.

But here’s all you need to know for the ITV action.

What channel is ITV Racing on?

The racing from Newbury on Friday will be shown on ITV3.

That’s channel 119 on Sky and channel 10 on Freeview.

On Saturday, coverage will also show two races from Newcastle and will be on the ITV main channel.

What time is ITV Racing?

On Friday it starts at 1.30pm and finishes at 4pm.

And it is the same again for Saturday.

What races are on?



1.50 Ladbrokes ‘Where The Nation Plays’ Novies’ Steeple Chase

2.25 Get Your Ladbrokes £1 Free Bet Today Handicap Steeple Chase

3.00 Ladbrokes Long Distance Hurdle Race

3.35 Ladbrokes Handicap Hurdle Race



1.50 Get Your Ladbrokes £1 Free Bet Today Handicap Hurdle Race

2.25 Ladbrokes Gerry Feilden Intermediate Handicap Hurdle Race

3.00 Ladbrokes Trophy Steeple Chase

3.35 Ladbrokes Handicap Steeple Chase


2.05 Betfair Fighting Fifth Hurdle Race

3.15 Betfair Rehearsal Handicap Steeple Chase


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