Where can I watch free live horse racing in U.S.? 

The easiest way to watch live horse racing in the U.S. without paying is on television, but you’ll be limited on what races you can watch. Try Fubo TV, sports live streaming service.

Both NBC Sports and Fox Sports (Fox Bet sportsbook as well) broadcast select high-profile races, with the former concentrating on the Triple Crown and Breeders’ Cup races and preps and the latter regularly showing racing from New York Racing Association tracks (Aqueduct, Belmont and Saratoga), which also operate a racebook NyraBets.

To watch a broader menu of racing from around the country, you’ll need a cable or satellite TV package with access to the TVG channel.

Online, you can watch horse racing for free at virtually every advance deposit wagering (ADW) service from almost any USA track. The hitch here is that you’ll need to open an account and deposit some money in it. But once you do, most betting sites have no requirement that you bet to access the video livestream. If you like to bet on live horse racing, you can find out more in our mini guide and where to bet on horse racing online.