Saudi Cup 2022: Time, Post Positions, Racing Coverage TV Channel

Saudi Cup 2022: Time, Post Positions, Racing Coverage TV Channel

The Saudi Cup 2022 on 26 February 2022 run at King Abdulaziz Racetrack in Riyadh. Last year’s STC International Jockeys Challenge was won by Irish jockey Shane Foley who returns to King Abdulaziz racecourse in the hope to defend his title. FOX Sports is the exclusive broadcast provider of the Saudi Cup in the USA.

Bunch 1 is featured by the Irish-reared Mishriff, a three-time Group 1 victor and last year's Saudi Cup champion. assuming Mishriff can win, the pony will outperform Winx to beome the most noteworthy procuring race pony ever and a second time victor at the Saudi Cup.

2022 Saudi Cup Viewing Information

Date: 2/26/2022
Where: King Abdulaziz-KSA
Post Time: 12:40 PM ET
Distance: 1 1/8 m (Dirt)
TV Channel: FOX Sports

How To Watch Saudi Cup 2022 Live Stream In USA

FOX Sports is broadcasting the Saudi Cup 2022 live coverage on television. So, you can tune into the channel to watch the tournament there. Contact your operator if you are out of their network.

FOX Sports will live stream the main card and the main event of the Saudi Cup 2022 online. You will need to subscribe to the platform to watch the event there. You will be able to watch a lot of exciting events there.

Saudi Cup 2022 Prize Money

The absolute prize cash for the race is $20 million, with the victor getting $10 million, making it the world's most significant horse race at the hour of running.

2022 Saudi Cup Post Positions

  1Country GrammerBob Baffert
  2Aero TremAntonio Pereira
  3Midnight BourbonSteve Asmussen
  4Real WorldSaeed Bin Suroor
  5Emblem RoadMitab Almulawah
  6MandalounBrad Cox
  7Magny CoursAndre Fabre
  8T O KeynesDaisuke Takayanagi
  9Art CollectorBill Mott
10Making MiraclesMitab Almulawah
11SealiwayFrancis Henri Graffard
12Secret AmbitionSatish Seemar
13Marche LorraineYohito Yashagi
14MishriffJohn & Thady Gosden

Saudi Cup 2022 Horse Race Coverage TV Channel

North and South America: Fox Sports (US), ESPN (Caribbean and Latin America), TSN (Canada).

Europe: Sky Sports Racing and Racing TV (UK, ROI), RAI (Italy), Virgin Media (Ireland).

Asia Pacific: Green Channel (Japan), Wasu.TV (China), Sony Pictures Networks (India) (Australia) and Spark Sport (New Zealand).