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Rank Jockey Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Ryan Moore 278 53 19
2nd William Buick 257 43 17
3rd Frankie Dettori 182 32 18
4th James Doyle 190 26 14
5th Jamie Spencer 219 23 11


Rank Jockey Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Barry Geraghty 53 14 26
2nd Nico de Boinville 30 10 33
3rd Noel Fehily 43 10 23
4th Sam Twiston-Davies 47 10 21
5th Aidan Coleman 49 8 16


Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st John Gosden 259 44 17
2nd A P O'Brien 206 29 14
3rd Richard Hannon 350 26 7
4th William Haggas 188 25 13
5th Sir Michael Stoute 157 22 14


Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Paul Nicholls 87 19 22
2nd Harry Fry 33 14 42
3rd Nicky Henderson 41 10 24
4th Alan King 62 9 15
5th Gary Moore 40 7 18
Ascot Chase Course
Ascot Chase Course
Ascot Chase Course

Tips for Ascot Races

Located in Berkshire, Ascot is arguably one of the most famous racecourses in Britain and plays host to both Flat and National Hunt racing of the highest standard. It was founded in 1711 and every year Her Majesty The Queen attends Royal Ascot and enters the racecourse in a horse-drawn carriage as part of the Royal procession. 13 of the British Flat seasons 36 Group 1 races take place at Ascot. It is also the famous track where Frankie Dettori went through the card and rode all 7 winners!

Course: 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 big fields it’s more difficult to come from far back on the round course so we take this into consideration for our tips.

The tracks for both codes are galloping in nature. The chase course has 10 fences per circuit which can be tough jumping but big, galloping types are suited by it.

Draw Bias: 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 watching prior races on the day to see if either side is favourable.

Feature Races

We have tips for all the major meetings at Ascot. Royal Ascot is the flag bearer on the flat, taking place in June each year with 5 days of top class action with 8 Group 1’s throughout the week attracting the best of the best.

  • Queen Anne Stakes (Tuesday)
  • King’s Stand Stakes (Tuesday)
  • St James’s Palace Stakes (Tuesday)
  • Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (Wednesday)
  • Gold Cup (Thursday)
  • Commonwealth Cup (Friday)
  • Coronation Stakes (Friday)
  • Diamond Jubilee Stakes (Saturday)

The King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes is the most prestigious race which is in July. Champions Day in October marks the end of the season and is another day which attracts some of the sports major stars. The annual Shergar Cup is a team event which happens in August each year.

There are three Grade 1’s held at the track over jumps. The Clarence House in January, the Ascot Chase in February and the Long Walk Hurdle in December.


Ascot Racecourse, Ascot, Berks, SL5 7JX

General Admission

see phone 0844 346 3000

How to Get There

Air - 15m, London (Heathrow); 12m, White Waltham Airfield.
Road - W of town on A329 Bracknell road. M4(Jctn6); M3(Jctn3).
Rail - 500yds, Ascot Stn (from London Waterloo).

Disabled Facilities

Disabled car parking, wheelchair hire, access to all enclosures, designated viewing areas.

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