Royal Ascot 2021
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- Horse Racing
- Ascot Racecourse, Ascot, United Kingdom
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Racing at Ascot began in 1711 when Queen Anne declared her love for horse racing. The first race was ‘Her Majesty's Plate' with seven horses competing. Over a century later, King George IV held the first royal carriage procession on the track to signal the start of the event. The collaboration with the Royal Family, high fashion and elite horse racing have continued ever since.
Royal Ascot 2021 is to form part of the second phase of the Government's events research programme with 12,000 racegoers to be admitted each day.
Royal Ascot takes Place from Tuesday, 15th June to Saturday, 19th June 2021.
June 10, 2021
One of the year's biggest race events is here. With a jump to £6m in prize money, and all of the pageantry , including visits from the Royals; Stream live on FITE in Canada, France, Germany, Japan and South Korea; Daily and Full Week PPV options available Revered across the globe, Royal Ascot attracts many of racing's finest horses to compete for more than £6m in prize money. It is also equally synonymous with sartorial elegance, being awash with exquisite fashion and magnificent millinery creations. From the arrival of the …Read more »
One Royal Meeting – One Jockey - One horse targeting his fourth consecutive Gold Cup and his fifth consecutive Royal Ascot gold medal.
June 4, 2021
ROYAL ASCOT The precise origin of the Royal Meeting is unclear - it was an event that evolved, but the first four- day meeting took place in 1768. Arguably, the meeting as we know it today started to take shape with the introduction of the Gold Cup in 1807. Gold Cup Day is the third day of Royal Ascot and is the racecourse's oldest surviving race where the winning owners receive a gold trophy, which becomes their property. Trophies retained by the winning owner are only awarded for ten races …Read more »
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