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  • Watch and bet on Diamond Jubilee Stakes live streaming at bet365
  • The Diamond Jubilee Stakes is one of three Group 1 races on day five of Royal Ascot on Saturday, June 20
  • Sign up at bet365 using the promo code NEWBONUS and enjoy the race
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The 2020 Diamond Jubilee Stakes takes place at Royal Ascot on June 20 and the Group 1 will be streamed live online.

The Diamond Jubilee Stakes is one of three Group 1s on the fifth day of the Royal Ascot meeting.


The race is available to watch live on television channels such as ITV in the United Kingdom, but for those who like to watch and bet on horse racing live, one of the best ways to watch the Diamond Jubilee Stakes is the bet365 live streaming service, which allows you to watch a Royal Ascot live stream on your favourite device from wherever you have an internet (or mobile) connection.

To watch a bet365 live stream, users must be logged in and have a funded account/have placed a bet on the race they would like to watch. Geo-restrictions may apply. 18+ only, terms and conditions apply.

Bet365 Diamond Jubilee Stakes Live Streaming


The bet365 live streaming service covers a wide range of horse racing on a daily basis. Here's how to stream the 2020 Diamond Jubilee Stakes live online:

  1. Visit bet365 > live streaming > horse racing

  2. Log-in or register for an account (use the bet365 bonus code NEWBONUS if opening a new account)

  3. Registered depositing users can then watch and bet on live horse racing.

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Diamond Jubilee Stakes FAQs

When does the Diamond Jubilee Stakes take place?

It takes place on day five of Royal Ascot on Saturday, June 20, 2020.

How long is the Diamond Jubilee Stakes?

The Diamond Jubilee Stakes is a sprint, run over six furlongs.

When was the Diamond Jubilee Stakes first run?

The race was initiated in 1868 as the All-Aged Stakes, but the Diamond Jubilee Stakes has been in existence since 1971. It became a Group 1 in 2002 when named the Golden Jubilee to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II and was changed to the Diamond Jubilee in 2012.

How can I watch the Diamond Jubilee Stakes?

The race will be shown live on ITV Racing in the United Kingdom. Use the links above to watch or live stream or visit our Live Streaming page to find out how you can watch every race at Royal Ascot on your mobile or tablet.

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