Ascot Racecourse Betting Odds

Ascot Racecourse hosts a wide range of fixtures in the racing calendar, whether it's the standard weekend racing or Royal Ascot, BetUK bettors will be able to be on all events that take place at the racecourse across the year. To find the best betting odds for these races, you can find the biggest races on ante post markets, which can provide much larger horse racing betting odds. Whether you're attending the races or watching from afar, check out BetUK's betting odds for Ascot racecourse to view the top contenders for all races.

Ascot Racecourse lives up to it's reputation by hosting 13 group one races across the flat racing calendar, this is more than any other racecourse. From the five furlong King's Stand Stakes to the momentous two mile Gold Cup, Ascot racing is rightfully deemed some of the best in the United Kingdom and attending Ascot Racecourse is on the bucket list of many horse racing bettors.

Find the best Ascot Racecourse Odds at BetUK

On this particular page, you'll find the our best betting odds for all races at Ascot racecourse. If you're looking for a particular event, such as Royal Ascot, we have dedicated betting pages for that particular event and the races included, so be sure to check out those pages when placing your bets on that particular festival.

However, if you're looking for betting odds for all racing at Ascot, Ascot betting couldn't be easier than when checking the betting odds above. For a standard day of racing, the odds will likely be released after the racecards are confirmed, this can be up to 48 hours before an event; however, when looking for Royal Ascot betting odds, the bigger races of the festival will have betting odds available throughout the entire year as many look to back horses using the ante post betting markets.

About Ascot Racecourse

Ascot is one of the premier racecourses in England, hosting both flat races and jumps racing across the calendar. With 36 group 1 flat races and 3 grade 1 Jumps races, Ascot is a popular racecourse all-year round with over half a million people attending the racecourse every year.

The course itself was founded in 1711 by Queen Anne and is extremely close to Windsor Castle, making it a favourite of the United Kingdom's Royal Family. As it stands, there are 26 days of racing at Ascot over the course of the year, the majority of races take place during the flat season but Ascot is also home of a number of racing events during the winter months.

Naturally, Royal Ascot is the highlight of the Ascot racing calendar, held in June every year. However, the likes of the Shergar Cup and the British Champions Series, which culminates with British Champions Day are favourites of many punters.

Bet on Group 1 races at Ascot

If you're looking for the biggest races at Newmarket, these can be found in group 1 races. As mentioned above, nine of these take place at the racecourse and can be found below.

JuneAscot Gold Cup2m 3f 210y
JuneCommonwealth Cup6f
JuneCoronation Stakes7f 213y
JuneKing George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes1m 3f 211y
JuneKing's Stand Stakes5f
JunePrince of Wales's Stakes1m 1f 212y
JuneQueen Anne Stakes1m
JuneQueen Elizabeth Jubilee Stakes6f
JuneSt James's Palace Stakes7f 213y

Ascot also hosts a plethora of group two races, alongside Newmarket racecourse and York Racecourse, these three venues host a substantial amount of races over the calendar year and it comes as no surprise that the top horses, trainers and jockeys flock together to get their horses ready for these races.

Ascot Racecourse Betting FAQs

Where can I find betting tips for racing at Ascot?

There are a plethora of betting tips available for horse racing, these can all be found on our horse racing betting tips hub. However, if you're looking for betting tips specifically for Ascot Racecourse, check out our Ascot racing tips.

What horses should I bet on at Ascot?

Questions like this commonly depend on the race, there will be some horses that enjoy racing on the turf at Ascot, it may suit them more than others and when it comes to the Royal Ascot meeting, you'll find those horses backed in our Ascot tips. However, for individual races, it is best to calculate the form of a horse, cross reference with their form on similar courses, distance and turf before making a decision on who to back.

What are the biggest races at Ascot?

The Ascot Gold Cup is the highlight race of Ascot racecourse, however, the likes of the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Stakes and the Ascot Chase are just two of the other most prestigious races at the event that many punters look forward to viewing every year.

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