Seven’s coverage heads back to Randwick on Saturday with punters turning their attention to some star-studded Group 1 racing including the two-mile Sydney Cup, All Aged Stakes, Champagne Stakes and the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes.

Trainer Chris Waller is hopeful Kelinni, who carried 60 kilograms to win last Saturday will be able to deliver him the Sydney Cup. While Black Caviar’s half-brother All Too Hard takes on More Joyous in the All Aged Stakes in his final race in Australia before heading off to Royal. Ascot.

Viewers will also be treated to all the racing action from Caulfield racecourse this Saturday.

Coverage of the Sydney Cup continues the new broadcast rights agreement announced in January in which Seven will telecast all major Australian horse racing live on Channel 7 or 7TWO.

Throughout the year Seven will broadcast the Melbourne Cup Carnival, Sydney Racing Carnival, and the Spring Racing Carnival including the Caulfield Cup and Cox Plate in Melbourne.

LIVE coverage of the Sydney Cup from Randwick starts from 1pm AEST on Channel 7 in Sydney and 7TWO in Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

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