The five day Royal Ascot meeting is one of the most famous horse race meetings around the whole world. Ascot is well known for having a massive main stand filled with regular fans, famous celebrities and Her Majesty The Queen each and every year.
Royal Ascot dates back to the early 18th century which proves just how important the racecourse has become in relation to the history of the sport. Royal Ascot Betting 2011 will revolve around a number of races between Tuesday June 14 and Saturday June 18. Some of these races are nearly as old as the racecourse itself.
Ascot is an affordable place to go and watch racing in the current climate. The turn out for the Royal Wedding was huge which means if there is any chance of a small glimpse of The Queen then thousands will attend over the four days this year.
Royal Ascot Day One Betting 2019
Royal Ascot day one betting 2011 will revolve around six races. Each of these Horse Racing Betting markets will provide good value with some superb talent on display as well as a few majorly underrated animals.
The six races on day one of Royal Ascot 2019 are; Queen Anne Stakes, King's Stand Stakes, St. James' Palace Stakes, Coventry Stakes, Ascot Stakes and Windsor Castle Stakes.
Royal Ascot day one betting 2019 will be busy throughout the first day but the big races are the first three races on the card. These are all Group 1 or Class 1 races which means a higher quality of field and a higher amount of prize money available.
Royal Ascot Day Two Betting
Royal Ascot day two betting is all about The Prince of Wales' Stakes which is the third race on the card for the second day. This is one of the races at Royal Ascot with a beautifully rich history that anyone remotely interested in racing will find fascinating to learn about.
In total there will be six races providing six different Sports Betting markets on the Wednesday of the meeting. These six races are; Jersey Stakes, Windsor Forest Stakes, The Prince of Wales' Stakes, The Royal Hunt Cup, Queen Mary Stakes and the Sandringham Handicap.
DAY THREE OF ROYAL ASCOT 2019
Day three of Royal Ascot is the big day out of the five. Day three also has six races but it is home to the biggest race of Royal Ascot, the Ascot Gold Cup. This is a race covered in tradition and history and it holds as much prestige in the racing world as any other famous race.
Day three of Royal Ascot 2019 looks set to be the day where the bookmakers make the most money. Punters are more willing to have a bet on a big race such as the Ascot Gold Cup because these sort of races don’t happen too often. The fact the Queen will be looking on only adds to the atmosphere.
The races on day three of Royal Ascot 2019 are; Norfolk Stakes, Ribblesdale Stakes, Ascot Gold Cup, Britannia Stakes, Tercentenary Stakes and King George V Stakes.
FOURTH DAY OF ROYAL ASCOT
The fourth day of Royal Ascot is all about the Coronation Stakes. This is a race that can rival the Gold Cup in terms of history and that special something that makes flat racing such a unique and spectacular thing to behold.
The fourth day of Royal Ascot is also one of the days that pulls the biggest crowd as the weekend approaches and people start to relax from the stresses and routines of everyday life. There are again six races on the fourth day with just the one Group 1 race.
These six races are; Albany Stakes, King Edward VII Stakes, Coronation Stakes, Wolferton Handicap, Queen's Vase and the Buckingham Palace Handicap.
Final Day of Royal Ascot
The final day of Royal Ascot is a unique day because Ascot is one of the only places in the world that can pull a massive crowd for the last day of a meeting. The fact the last day is on a Saturday means the masses are more willing to pop down to the racecourse and lay a few bets for a good day out.
The biggest race on the final day of Royal Ascot is the Golden Jubilee Stakes which is the final big race for punters and bookies alike to try and make back any losses. The races on the final day of Royal Ascot are; Chesham Stakes, Hardwicke Stakes, Golden Jubilee Stakes, Wokingham Stakes, Duke of Edinburgh Handicap and Queen Alexandra Stakes.
Royal Ascot Free Bets
Royal Ascot free bets are going to be high in number and value this year considering the current economic climate we are all being made to experience. The majority of Royal Ascot Free Bets will work on a win and each way basis.
There are enough races over the course of the five day meeting for these free bets to be put to good use. Not every single favourite over the five days is going to win which means Royal Ascot free bets could be used to back an outsider for big returns.