How To Stream The Belmont Stakes On Your Laptop

Updated on May 23, 2023
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The Belmont Stakes, the thrilling climax of the Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing, is an event that horse racing enthusiasts eagerly anticipate. But what if you can’t make it to the racecourse? 

Well, all hope is not lost, since there are plenty of ways to watch the Belmont Stakes from the comforts of your home.

In this guide, we will explore the ins and outs of streaming the Belmont Stakes on your trusty laptop, allowing you to witness every moment of the action-packed event from the comfort of your home. 

Saddle up and let’s learn how you can catch up with your 2023 Belmont Stakes betting during the live event.

Where Is the Belmont Stakes Broadcasted?

NBC Sports used to be the place to go to watch the Belmont Stakes live stream. The Belmont Stakes and all other Triple Crown events used to be televised on this network, but last year New York horse racing made a deal with FOX Sports.

To get started, open your laptop and go to the live-streaming portion of the FOX Sports website. However, in order to get access to their streaming service you’ll need a subscription and to be a US citizen.

But what if you are not?

Well, there are still a couple of options for you.

Local Sporting Channels

Since every Triple Crown race draws so much attention, there are plenty of channels interested to purchase the rights for the race. FOX Sports might sell the rights to the race to third-party channels across the sea, which means you need to check with your local cable TV provider whether some of the sporting channels will air the Belmont Stakes race.

If some of the local TV networks purchased the rights for the Belmont Stakes, you can watch it on your laptop if they offer an app that lets you watch Live TV on every device.

Streaming Services

Live streaming applications have changed the game in today’s digital age by enabling us to watch our favorite events and show while on the road. T

These applications offer a practical and handy way to take in the excitement of one of the most prestigious horse races in the world, the Derby, from wherever you may be.

YouTube TV

YouTube, is the mystical land where cat videos and epic fails reside. But YouTube has a live TV option that allows you to watch your favorite channels on the go. 

Once subscribed you YouTube TV you’ll get access to FOX Sports and many other channels. So, the only thing you need to do is set a reminder for the Belmont Stakes race and tune in for the show.

Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV is another popular streaming service that includes access to FOX Sports. To watch the Derby on Hulu + Live TV, subscribe to the service and download the Hulu app on your device. 

Sign in to your account, browse through the available channels, and locate FOX Sports. Once you find it, you’re all set to enjoy the Derby live as it unfolds, immersing yourself in the drama and beauty of the race.

And the best thing is that you can rewind and rewatch the race multiple times thanks to its DVR function.

Fubo TV

Here we have another popular live-streaming service specifically for sports, and fortunately, they didn’t forget about horse racing. Fubo TV is a subscription service that allows you to watch hundreds of sporting channels for a monthly fee.

Just like the others we mentioned, Fubo TV provides access to FOX Sports, where you can watch the derby or record it to watch it after if you are busy on that day.


Although there are many options to watch the Belmont Stakes on your laptop, most of them require you to be a US citizen, or at least to have a US IP address. This means that the only way to subscribe to these live TV streaming services outside of the US is to use a VPN.

You can easily download a VPN on your laptop, change your IP address and gain access to many different platforms that will allow you to watch the last race of the Triple Crown championship.

Article by:
Kenny Trinh
While he’s not editing articles on the latest tech trends, he likes to discuss business and entrepreneur. His writing has been featured in national publications such as Forbes, RD, Yahoo Finance, HackerNoon among others.

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