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Broadcast Details – Episode 4 & 5


23 October 2018

The Jump Off competition heats up this week as the five teams head to the Aquis Champions Tour event at Elysian Fields. Catch all the Episode 5 action on Seven Network on Sunday 28 October at 2pm nationally.  

Replays – Racing.com

Replays of Jump Off will be broadcast on Racing.com (Foxtel 529 and FTA channels 78/68) three times a week on Monday – 6:15pm, Saturday – 8:30pm and Sunday – 8:30am.

Online episodes 

If you miss Jump Off on television, you can catch episodes online on demand at 7plus. Search via the show name or under the ‘Entertainment’ section. The link is also on the homepage of the Jump Off website.

The series is also available online at the Racing.com website under the ‘Video’ section.

Nb. Don’t look for the latest Jump Off episode on Racing.com on a Sunday night as it will only appear on their website ‘Video’ section after the episode has aired on Racing.com’s channels on a Monday evening.

Perth audiences

For everyone in WA, there was as telethon last week which meant Episode Four of Jump Off didn’t go to air. For those who are wondering, this is why you won’t be able to find it on the 7plus app either at this stage. Don’t worry – Seven Network will air Episode Four this week at 2pm and the following week (Sunday 4 November) they will run a double episode from 1pm to bring WA audiences up to date.

Timeslot variances

We know there has been some frustration at variances in the Sunday timeslot. This is unfortunately beyond our control. We understand a lot of people compete on Sundays or are out with their horse. Therefore, if you find it hard to catch Jump Off on a Sunday, we encourage you to watch one of the three replays on Racing.com or watch online at your convenience.

We are thrilled by the overwhelming response we’ve had to the first series of Jump Off. We encourage people to watch the series and help us drive demand for equestrian content on television. This is a new format and is still considered to be a niche program. That means we have to be realistic about the broadcast times we can expect for a program that sits in this space. Together we can help grow more quality equestrian programming on free to air television channels which is a really positive thing for the sport. Thank you for your continued support.