Royal Ascot 2020 is nearly upon us and while it may not be the Royal Ascot as we know it to be, we are still set for five days of mouth-watering action.
The famous races will take place behind closed doors and begin in just the third week of the season, meaning we could well be in for some shocks. Due to a restricted calendar and some restricted field sizes, Ascot this year will stage 36 races, which is six more than usual.
This will mean from Tuesday to Friday, fans can look onward to an extra race each day (7 in total) whilst the meeting will end on Saturday with a blockbuster eight-race card.
We talk you through each of the new races below.