Epsom Derby live stream: Watch the 2022 Derby for FREE with Paddy Power

It's the one they all want to win!


Epsom plays host to the biggest race of the Flat season on Saturday, June 4 as the leading three-year-olds in the game bid to add their name to the roll call of Derby greats.

Not only is the Epsom Derby a fast and furious dash over a mile and a half on a track that sees the runners and riders climb as high as Nelson’s Column, it’s a one-off shot at winning the most prestigious of the five Classics.


The 2022 renewal looks pretty wide open with a number of live contenders so you won’t want to miss this one. Luckily, Uncle Paddy’s has put some coins in the meter to live stream the action on the Paddy Power website. What a man!

All you have to do to watch the 4.30pm at Epsom on Saturday is download the Paddy Power app and sign up or log in. It’s that simple. You don’t even have to place a bet on a race to watch along!

It’s even easier online where you simply head to paddypower.com, log in, find the betting market for the race and you’re away.

If you’re looking for Epsom Derby tips then you’ve come to the right place as we’ve got exclusive tipping columns from the likes of Jason Weaver and Matt Chapman. You can also listen to Ruby Walsh and Rory Delargy give their top tips for this weekend’s racing on the latest episode of our From The Horse’s Mouth podcast below.

All the details you could possibly need about the Epsom Derby are available on our snazzy Racecards page including horse-by-horse analysis and odds. If you can’t watch the race then we’ve got you covered with details of the winner and each-way placings in a flash on our Fast Results page.

Epsom Derby runners and riders

Changingoftheguard (Wayne Lordan)
Desert Crown (Richard Kingscote)
El Habeeb (John Egan)
Glory Daze (Ronan Whelan)
Grand Alliance (Daniel Tudhope)
Hoo Ya Mal (David Probert)
Masekela (Jason Watson)
Nahanni (Adam Kirby)
Nations Pride (William Buick)
Piz Badile (Frankie Dettori)
Royal Patronage (Jason Hart)
Sonny Liston (Tom Marquand)
Star Of India (Seamie Heffernan)
Stone Age (Ryan Moore)
Walk Of Stars (James Doyle)
Westover (Rob Hornby)
West Wind Blows (Jack Mitchell)

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