A bumper programme of 21 races headlined by the first Classic races of the Flat season are to be broadcast by ITV.
Ed Chamberlin and Francesca Cumani will lead the coverage from June 5 to June 7, featuring the Qipco 2,000 and 1,000 Guineas.
Seven races each day will be shown on the channel on its return after 11 weeks.
The card at Thurles was the last fixture shown before the sport was halted due to coronavirus.
The action restarts on ITV on the Friday, with four live races from Newmarket including the rerouted Coronation Cup, plus Lingfield’s Oaks and Derby Trials.
Saturday’s Newmarket coverage features the Qipco 2,000 Guineas as well as three contests from Newcastle.
On Sunday, the big race is the Qipco 1,000 Guineas, one of four races live from Newmarket, while The Brigadier Gerard Stakes is part of the selection from Haydock.
Chamberlin, Cumani and their colleague Jason Weaver will guide viewers from home, with commentator Richard Hoiles based off site in a booth.
The direction and production team are set to use innovative technology in order to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
On June 6, The Opening Show returns to preview the action presented by Oli Bell.
The ITV Racing schedule:
Friday 5 June, ITV4
1.50 Race Five Handicap
2.25 Abernant Stakes (Group 3)
3.00 Paradise Stakes (Listed)
3.35 Coronation Cup (Group 1)
2.05 East Grinstead Handicap
2.40 Oaks Trial Fillies’ Stakes (Listed)
3.15 Derby Trial Stakes (Listed)
Saturday 6 June, ITV
1.50 Palace House Stakes (Group 3)
2.25 Dahlia Fillies’ Stakes (Group 2)
3.00 Newmarket Stakes (Listed)
3.35 Qipco 2,000 Guineas Stakes (Group 1)
2.05 Washington Handicap
2.40 Sagaro Stakes (Group 3)
3.15 New Harrington Handicap
Sunday 7 June, ITV
1.50 Buckhounds Stakes (Listed)
2.25 Barrow Handicap
3.00 EBF Pretty Polly Fillies’ Stakes (Listed)
3.35 Qipco 1,000 Guineas Stakes (Group 1)
2.05 Pinnacle Stakes (Group 3)
2.40 Brigadier Gerard Stakes (Group 3)
3.15 Spring Trophy Stakes (Listed)