The 2021 Pegasus World Cup Championship Invitational Series is fast approaching. But with the current threat posed by the pandemic, many fans and bettors might still be unable to witness the race. Even though the coronavirus vaccine is out, it is not definite if it will cover most Americans by January next year. Thus, your safety should still be the number one priority.
There are so many ways you can see the race. Here are some ideas on where you can watch it to give you a heads up and prepare for a viewing party. You can choose from the options provided below for a safe and enjoyable horse racing experience.
Unlike all the other sporting events that prohibited spectators from watching the games on location, the Pegasus World Cup 2021 welcomes spectators to watch the race on location. Although it is allowed to sit on the bleachers and watch the game live, there are still restrictions that need to be observed by visitors.
The Pegasus World Cup 2021 opens its doors to all race day fans to witness their favorite contender. The event allows limited spectators, and social distancing is a must for all who will watch the race live. Ticket reservations and packages range between $100 to $1,150+.
The 2020 Pegasus World Cup Championship is set at Gulfstream Park on January 23, 2021. For those who want to watch and experience the thrill on location, you can start reserving tickets now. Remember, there are only limited tickets available.
Online Live Streaming
Many online websites will broadcast the live streaming of the 2021 Pegasus World Cup Championship. These websites feature various horse racing live streams for fans to watch. Moreover, these sites not only host live streaming for the 2020 Pegasus World Cup Championship. They also cover other horse racing events, such as the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, and many more.
NBC Sports is still the partnered TV Channel that will broadcast the race. You can watch the broadcast on TV or watch the race online through their official website.
Watching the race at home using different streaming platforms is enough to experience the thrill of the event, and at the same time, ensuring you will not be infected with COVID-19. If you are betting on this upcoming race, watching through your television or tuning in to online streaming sites is enough to see the performance of the horse you’re betting on.
2021 Pegasus World Cup Contenders
It’s important that you know who the contenders are and how they perform in their past races. To give you a sneak peek of the horses participating in this upcoming race, here are the contenders you must study to make the right bet.
- Tiz the Law – The offspring of Constitution, and trained by Barclay Tagg
- Happy Saver – The offspring of Super Saver, and trained by Todd Pletcher
- Knicks Go – Offspring of Paynter, and trained by Brad Cox
- Tacitus – Offspring of Tapit, trained by William Mott
- Code Of Honor – Offspring of Noble Mission, trained by Claude McGaughey III
- Mucho Gusto – The offspring of Mucho Macho Man, and trained by Bob Baffert
- True Timber – Offspring of Mineshaft, and trained by Jack Sisterson
- Charlatan – The offspring of Speightstown, another horse trained by Bob Baffert
- Owendale – The offspring of Into Mischief, another trainee of Brad Cox
- Tax – Offspring of Arch, trained by Danny Gargan
- King Guillermo – The Offspring of Uncle Mo, and trained by Juan Avila
- Jesus’ Team – Offspring of Tapiture and trained by Jose D’Angelo
- Math Wizard – Offspring of Algorithms, and trained by Saffie Joseph, Jr.
- Mystic Guide – The Offspring of Ghostzapper and trained by Michael Stidham
- Eye of a Jedi – Offspring of Eye of The Leopard, trained by Steve Budhoo
- Performer – Another offspring of Speightstown and another trainee of Claude McGaughey III.
With this list of the contenders on next year’s Pegasus race, including their trainer and their parents, you can now choose the horse that you think will likely win the race. Furthermore, various channels and live streaming websites also have a complete list and details of all the race contenders.
The Popular Alternative
Another alternative to watching the race is to listen to it. There are radio stations and sports podcasts that will also cover the 2021 Pegasus World Cup Championship. If you are more of a listener than a watcher, you can rely on podcasts and radio networks to satisfy your horse racing appetite.
The HRRN or the Horse Racing Radio Network broadcasts different horse racing events. Currently, the radio network hasn’t released a schedule of their race coverage, but they will likely release the information as the race closes in.
Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network is another radio station that covers horse racing events. This racing radio network goes live not only on apple podcasts but also other podcast sites online. Both radio networks covered the last Pegasus World Cup Championship last January 2020.
Witnessing the race live in Gulfstream Park is fine as long as you observe the proper health protocol to avoid the transmission of the coronavirus. However, if you want to ensure your health and your safety during these trying times, watching it through online streaming or TV coverage will work just as fine.