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Royal Ascot has been the sophisticated height of the English summer since 1711 when Queen Anne founded the meeting. It’s only right then that it’s the Queen Anne Stakes that begins the meeting on Tuesday afternoon. Runners from around the world will converge on Berkshire for Royal Ascot, with winners from America, France and Australia in recent years as well as the always strong team sent over from Ireland.
ITV will be covering all six races on every day of the meeting and we will have all thirty races covered on our Royal Ascot betting tips. Our runner by runner guides will give you all you need to know to make the most of Royal Ascot 2018. There were seven Royal Ascot winners in 2017 that started at 20/1 or bigger, our experts have left no stone unturned to hunt down some huge each way value Royal Ascot betting tips.
A meeting that spans five days, there is something for everyone, from five furlong sprints both for the juveniles and also for the older speedballs in the King’s Stand. The longest race of the week is the Queen Alexandra which closes out the Saturday card over close to two and three-quarter miles. There are eight Group 1 contests across the five days of Royal Ascot as well as some of the most competitive handicaps of the entire calendar year.
Day 1 – St James’s Palace Stakes
Day 2 – Prince Of Wales’s Stakes
Day 3 – Gold Cup
Day 4 – Coronation Stakes
Day 5 – Diamond Jubilee Stakes
Ballydoyle have won two of the four Classics so far in 2018 with Godolphin winning the Derby. Both teams will be sending their battalions into war for supremacy at Royal Ascot, another fascinating subplot to the week that will keep the world glued to the action on one of the most famous racecourses in the world. It’s hard to believe that horses owned by the pair won’t feature heavily in our Royal Ascot tips over the week as they look to continue their recent dominance of flat racing.
There will be bookmaker specials every day of the meeting to take advantage of throughout Royal Ascot, with extra places to be found in all the big handicaps so there will be plenty of opportunities to use our tips for Royal Ascot on all five days of the meeting. It’s without question the most anticipated meeting of the flat season, a week that everyone is desperate to be associated with those equine heroes making their way through the thronged crowds in victory. Whatever happens over the week, enjoy it!