The Kentucky Derby is this Saturday, and while there may not be as big of a crowd at Churchill Downs when the horses are let out of the gate, you can stream the whole race right from your home, no extravagant hat required.
The 146th Kentucky Derby is one of three legs of the American Triple Crown, which starts Thursday, September 3. The Kentucky Derby will kick off at 11:00 AM on Fox Sports 2 and NBC.
Here’s the 2020 Race Schedule
|Thur, Sept 3rd||12:30 PM – 6:00 PM||FS2|
|Fri, Sept 4th||11:00 AM – 2:30 PM|
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
|Sat, Sept 5th||11:00 AM – 2:30 PM|
2:30 PM – 7:30 PM
All times and dates are subject to change and are ET
Here’s how to watch the 2020 Kentucky Derby
You can stream the event live on NBC, NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app before, during and after the main event.
Hulu with Live – Price: $55 with Free trial available. NBC and NBCSN are available in most locations.
Sling TV – Price: $30 with free trial available. NBC is available through Sling in select markets. Watch FS2 and NBCSN with Sling Blue and the Sports Exra. Plus, right now you can get a limited offer for $10 off your first month and access to Showtime, Starz, and Epix.
FuboTV – Price: Starting at $65 with free 7-day trial available. Local channels, like NBC, are available in most areas. You’ll need to upgrade to the Ultra package for FS2 and NBCSN.
YouTube TV – Price: $65. Most areas offer NBC and other local channels. YouTube TV also offers FS2 and NBCSN for full event coverage. Enter your zip code for a full list of channels available in your area.
AT&T TV Now – the Plus package is $55/month and includes NBC and NBCSN. Upgrade to Max for $80 a month to get FS1 and FS2, plus one month of HBO Max as special a limited time offer.
Depending on your location, you can also access your local NBC station with an antenna to catch event coverage on Saturday.
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