The horses will continue to race at Royal Ascot on Seven with a new deal being singed.
Seven’s agreement delivers free broadcast television and expands beyond television to Seven’s digital platforms, including online and mobile, and Hybrid Broadband Broadcast Television.
Under the new agreement, Seven will broadcast the last three days of Royal Ascot in June.
Seven’s Head of Sport, Saul Shtein said: “We are delighted to be a part of Royal Ascot. The Royal Meeting is an incredible three days and we are looking forward to working with Channel 4 in London to bring to all Australians one of the world’s great events in sports The Royal Meeting is a wonderful mix of great horse racing and extraordinary excitement and colour. We’re pleased that Royal Ascot now joins our portfolio of many of the best horse racing events in the world.”
Juliet Slot, Commercial Director at Ascot Racecourse, said: “We are thrilled that Channel 7, with its huge commitment to racing in Australia, is taking such a significant part of Royal Ascot live in June. It is important to us to make sure that as many people as possible can watch Royal Ascot both for the unrivalled colour and pageantry, and for the racing, of course. Royal Ascot is the UK’s most international race meeting and has a recent history of attracting many runners from Australia, including the great Black Caviar. We are very excited that names like Brazen Beau and Shamal Wind have been linked with this year’s Carnival.”