empty content

America / 17:25 Laurel Park2
03:33
To win
Each Way terms:1/5 1-2-3
Details
2 (2)
Mike The Tiger
Forest Boyce
444643
4 (4)
Stucco
Avery Whisman
7
10 (10)
Coffee Please
Angel Cruz
537445
Show all runners
America / 17:28 Aqueduct1
06:33
To win
Each Way terms:1/5 1-2-3
Details
1 (1)
Morelikelythannot
Javier Castellano
456134
2 (2)
Star Swept
Declan Carroll
5/5-17
3 (3)
Stonewalker
Jose Lezcano
33-681
Show all runners
America / 17:50 Gulfstream Park West1
To win
Each Way terms:1/5 1-2-3
Details
1 (1)
Global Entry
Jose Batista
5-36334
2 (2)
Zorzor
Cristian Torres
122426
3 (3)
Tiger Paw
Jonathan Gonzales
9-69526
Show all runners
America / 17:53 Laurel Park1
To win
Each Way terms:1/5 1-2-3
Details
1 (1)
Determined Love
Victor Rosales
637146
2 (2)
Whoisaprettygirl
Julio Correa
135
3 (3)
Always Talking
Xavier Perez
425314
Show all runners
America / 17:55 Aqueduct1
To win
Each Way terms:1/4 1-2
Details
1 (1)
Spice Road
John Velazquez
23132
2 (2)
Communicator
Javier Castellano
4
3 (3)
Hail Michigan
Junior Alvarado
58
Show all runners

Royal Ascot Betting


Royal Ascot is Britain’s most valuable race meeting, attracting many of the world’s finest racehorses who compete for millions of pounds in prize money. Eighteen Group races, eight of them Group One, have made household names of Royal Ascot winners like Frankel, Yeats and Black Caviar. Every year the meeting is broadcast to audiences around the globe and punters from far and wide have a flutter or two on the famous races, searching out the best Royal Ascot odds.


What is Her Majesty’s involvement at Ascot?


Ascot Racecourse was founded by Queen Anne in 1711, and has since received the patronage of a further eleven monarchs. The summer race meeting officially became a Royal week in 1911.

The Queen has been the owner and breeder of many top thoroughbred horses over the years and shares her love of horse racing with her family. In fact, The Queen's own horses have won races at Royal Ascot a number of times.

The names of the week's races have a Royal theme, such as 'King George V Stakes', 'Diamond Jubilee Stakes' and 'Windsor Castle Stakes', and the Royal procession, which takes place before the start of racing each day, delights the assembled crowd and the global spectators.


Betting Ante-Post


Ante-Post betting is when you bet in advance of an event occurring. The markets for some of the main Royal Ascot betting races will open up months in advance, allowing punters to take advantage of much bigger prices than will be available on the day.

Although ante-post betting can be bring about some decent returns it is also one of the riskiest types of bets due to the fact that so much can change in the lead up to the actual race.


Special bets


Special bets for Royal Ascot can be really novel and fun and offer something a little different to the traditional win and each-way type bets. These bets can include things like Leading Royal Ascot Jockey, Leading Royal Ascot Trainer and even extend to slightly less conventional bets such as what colour the Queen’s hat will be on any given day.


Royal Ascot 2019 schedule


The five-day Royal Ascot meeting from 18-22 June includes eight Group One races, with the feature race starting at 16:20 GMT each day.

Tuesday: The St James’s Palace Stakes, Wednesday: The Prince of Wales’s Stakes, Thursday: The Gold Cup, Friday: The Coronation Stakes, Saturday: The Diamond Jubilee Stakes.

There are six races on all five days, with the main attraction being the Gold Cup on Thursday, which is also Ladies' Day.

You will find some of these Royal Ascot markets open already if you have an early fancy you want to back now?

Show more
Collapse content

5.78.7
icon
We use cookies to give you a personalized experience & ads. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy. Learn more here.
close

Singles

You have no selections in the betslip

        Potential Returns:
        €0.00