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Ascot is renowned for thoroughbred horse racing, it plays host to nine out of the 32 annual Group 1 horse races, in the UK. Established in 1711 the first race took place with Royalty cheering on the first-ever winner. The race course is located within the shadow of Windsor Castle and has strong Royal connections.
The Ascot racecourse puts on 26 days of horse racing throughout the year. The majority of races are flat meetings (18 flat meets), between the months of May and October. During the winter months, jump race meets are put on through the biggest event comes in June, The Gold Cup. The King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes run in July and are by far Ascot's biggest and most prestigious horse race events.
The racecourse now accounts for a total of approximately 10% of all UK horse race goers, totaling 600,000 visitors a year. Ascot holds the record for being the first racecourse to reach the 500,000-people visitor mark.
At the racecourse, you’ll find Ascot’s betting ring in front of the main Grandstand. Within the betting ring, you’ll find odds and horse information on all that day's racing. The bookmakers within the ring will also clearly display their minimum stake value, whether they’re taking on Each Way, or only Win bets along with their current odds.
Totepools are present throughout the racecourse and display horse odds and offer the full range of bets across all the days races. From a trifecta (top 3 place finishes) to a straight win, the tote offers you the chance to win the pot with winnings being dependent on how many other winners there are along with the total pot staked.
Within the main Grandstand, you’ll also find a Betfred betting shop, so you needn’t miss out on other horse racing meets too. The Winning Post usually operates a betting shop facility too, again this is located within the Grandstand.
Remember to consider tips and look out for the best odds for your tipped horse before placing your bet. Don’t let the face take over.
Ascot Betting Tips & Winners
Even the Queen, regularly, backs winners at Ascot, Royal Ascot that is. World-renowned, by many within the higher accolades of British Horse racing, as being the most prestigious horse racing event of the year.
Betting at Ascot is always popular and Ascot betting tips are always available, from all of the major horse racing betting outlets. Some of the best horses turn up to take part in this spectacle of flat racing, so betting along with the tips can be fiercely competitive.
For more information about Royal Ascot and the biggest Royal Ascot Winners check out the page by clicking the link.
Money being bet on horses at Ascot grows and grows with each passing year, as more and more betting tips make their way out for the races more and more people are seeing the appeal of having a flutter. If not on an Ascot race certainly on the main event; Royal Ascot, where annual betting, again has seen significant increases.
The Ascot Racecourse
The racecourse has three main enclosures; The Royal Enclosure, The Winning Post Enclosure and The Queen Anne enclosure. Each enclosure has its own set of rules, be sure to double-check if unsure of what is expected when it comes to dress code within each enclosure. The racecourse offers a host of services, from weddings, exhibitions to private dining events. You’ll find a whole host of entertaining events throughout the year, available at the Ascot racecourse.
Ascot Dress Code
If you are fortunate enough to be invited into The Royal Enclosure, you’ll have to don your finest.
Ladies usually dress as if they would for a smart occasion, fascinators are usually tastefully placed though there’s no rule stating these are required.
Trainers are not allowed for Ascot, Gents should wear a jacket with a collared shirt and tie. Certain areas of the course, such as The King Edward Enclosure do not allow for fancy dress, novelty, promotional or branded clothing.
The one enclosure where the dress code is the least formal is within The Queen Anne Enclosure, though formal dress is still encouraged.
Getting To Ascot
Located in the beautiful countryside of Berkshire and adjoined to The Great Windsor Park, whilst only just a 50-minute drive from London. Ascot is close to the M3, M4, M40 and M25 motorways, not too far for international visitors landing at Heathrow too.
For the Sat Navs: Ascot Racecourse, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7JX, Tel: 0844 346 3000