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We offer Ascot racing tips all year around including every race of Ascot Racecourse’s flagship Royal Meeting. Plenty of selections from Royal Ascot will be added to our daily multiples with runner by runner analysis for each of this year’s 35 races across the five days.
At myracing we will bring you comprehensive coverage of Royal Ascot across of the entire week. With 35 races set to be run across five days, our expert tipsters will be covering each race, bring you the best, free Royal Ascot tips on each day.
With each of Royal Ascot’s five days having its own designated page at myracing, be sure to check back each day for the latest daily news, offers and Royal Ascot tips below.
Royal Ascot is one of the premier flat meetings of the year with plenty of trainers and jockeys targeting the five day meeting at the Berkshire track. All of the key statistics for the best trainers and jockeys to follow at Royal Ascot can be found above.
The Flat course has a straight mile where it is not unusual for horses to come from way off the pace to lead near the finish. There is also a round course where they race over a mile and further with a two and a half furlong straight. In large fields it’s more difficult to come from the back on the round course and we take all of these factors into consideration for our tips.
There isn’t much of a draw bias to consider at Ascot. On the straight course it can vary as to where you want to be, so it’s best to watch prior races on the day to see if either side is favourable.
The going conditions at Ascot are subject to change depending on the amount of moisture in the ground, be sure to check the going report before placing your bets.
Due to the rescheduling of the racing calendar, flat racing’s flagship meeting, Royal Ascot has been given a makeover. An already action-packed week has been bolstered by organisers to create a 5-day 35-race extravaganza.
The eight Group 1 races will now take place as follows
We have a designated page for each of Royal Ascot’s five-day meeting, each of which can be found above, or by clicking below
Each Royal Ascot page contains the daily schedule, with racecards for each of the scheduled races, and the latest Royal Ascot tips from our expert tipsters at myracing.
With more races than ever at this year’s Royal Ascot Meeting, be sure to make full use of myracing’s expert analysis and Royal Ascot tips for all 35 races.
Royal Ascot runs from 15th to the 19th June 2021, attracting some of the best horses from around the globe. We will have runner by runner previews for every race at the meeting as well as Royal Ascot tips, news and trends.
Day One of Royal Ascot is renowned for getting the meeting off with a bang. Typically host of six races, with half being at the Group 1 level, this year, however, day one plays host to seven races, with three Group 1’s with the Queen Anne Stakes, King’s Stand Stakes and St James’s Palace Stakes.
The Prince of Wales’s Stakes retains its usual spot as the highlight of Wednesday, typically the most valuable prize on offer for the entire week, worth a whopping £700,000 in 2021. The mile and a quarter contest has a huge reputation and has attracted plenty of international interest over the years.
Thursday is the middle day of the meeting and it features one of the most prestigious and historic races of the week, The Gold Cup. A test of stamina, the two-mile and four-furlong contest has provided many a great finish over the years, and this renewal should be no different with all eyes on Stradivarius who is looking to win the Gold Cup for the fourth consecutive year. Winning connections are presented with their trophies by Her Majesty The Queen, marking it as a very special occasion and a great spectacle for all involved.
Friday typically plays host to two Group 1’s, both for three-year-olds with The Commonwealth Cup and The Coronation Stakes. The Commonwealth Cup has been a great success since its inception in 2015 and has been no stranger to a mild upset with favourites only taking the race on two occasions.
Saturday is the fifth and final day of Royal Ascot, closing the curtain on a fantastic week’s racing, and does so with even more flair this year due to the rescheduling of races. Eight races one of which is a Group 1 – the Diamond Jubilee Stakes. The Diamond Jubilee Stakes has been a global affair in recent times with winners from Britain, Ireland, America and Australia in the past eight years!
Five days of top-notch racing, Royal Ascot is one of the highlights of the summer, and with more races than ever this year, be sure to check our experts best bets and Royal Ascot tips for all 35 races.