Ascot Odds

The Latest live Ascot Odds are displayed below. Unless the next race up isn’t from Ascot. If that’s the case you can just use the selector to change the racecourse to Ascot. You can also view racing odds from today’s other big races.

Ascot Racecourse

Ascot is to racing what Wembley is to football, a spiritual home. Founded in 1711 by Queen Anne, Ascot and Royalty seem to go hand in hand. The five day Royal meeting in June is one of the world’s most impressive sporting events. The Royal meeting attracts worldwide attention not just from the racing fraternity but also from the fashion world. Ladies day at Ascot is a spectacular array of colourful outfits and hats, ranging from catwalk chic to interesting and obscure. Men are still required to wear traditional morning suits in the Royal enclosure and in the private boxes, even turning up with the wrong coloured top hat is seen as a faux pas and may lead to you being refused admission!

Ascot holds an impressive array of group one races during the year, notably the Queen Mary Stakes, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes, the Ladbroke Handicap Hurdle, the Ascot Hurdle and the Victor Chandler Chase. Ascot holds both flat and National Hunt races. Ascot boasts impressive facilities having recently spent £200 million on redeveloping the course and grand stand.

Ascot Racecourse is located in the village of Ascot, Berkshire approximately six miles from Windor Castle. Ascot is owned by the Crown Estates, which basically means the Queen owns it!

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Big Races

Ascots big races include the Queen Mary Stakes, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Big Crowds

Ascot is by far Europe’s best-attended race meeting with over 300,000 race goers in Royal Ascot week alone.

Let Them Eat Cake

Punters consumed 48,992 bottles of Champagne, 63,746 glasses of Pimm’s and 1,400 kilos of fresh lobsters during a 5 day period last year.

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