Betting on the Royal Ascot Race 2020
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Royal Ascot is well known to be one of the World's Best Horse Races. Founded back in 1711 by Queen Anne, the event takes place every year in June. The Ascot Racecourse is located next to Windsor and attracts people to enjoy themselves for five days.
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2020 Royal Ascot Betting
This year the event starts on Tuesday, the 16th, and lasts until the 20th of June 2020. The prize money totals millions of pounds, and thousands of people are expected to watch the competition. And thousands will do so, at 4:15 pm, when the horses will start shaking the ground. The gates will open at 10:30am for those lucky enough to have bought a ticket.
In case you do not have the chance to attend the event, you will be able to follow it on TV or via Live Streaming on the Internet, and start betting. Around £400 million of bets are estimated to be placed on Royal Ascot in 2020, therefore the UK bookmakers will have probably one of the busiest weeks of the year. Because most of the bets will be placed using the internet.
Tricks and tips
This is one of the most famous events that not only Great Britain, but the whole Europe is proud of. Eyes are wide open, then. Both horse racing lovers, and punters are in for the betting game. And the stakes are pretty high. However, you should be aware of some tips – to make winning more possible:
- when betting, remember that the last years' top two Royal Ascot horses were Frankel (trained by Sir Henry Ceci) and Black Caviar;
- some bookmakers even let you bet on the colour of the Queen's outfit every day (therefore, you'll have 5 days of good winning opportunities);
- 30 races include the St. James' Palace Stakes and Queen Anne Stakes (day 1), Prince of Wales Stakes and the Royal Hunt Cup (day 2), Royal Ascot Gold Cup (day 4) and 3 great shows are left for the last day (Golden Jubilee Stakes, the Wokingham and the Queen Alexandra Stakes);
- bet early in advance to keep your odds really high;
- remember that some online bookmakers will adopt the non runner, no bet rule, just one week before the race (if your horse is taken out after you bet, you get your money back).
The Horse Races
Altogether there will be 40 runners and a total of 18 group races within 5 days to bet on at the Royal Ascot racecourse. If you are going to attend the event you will be able to see the world's finest racehorses in action. The quality of the racing cannot be compared with lots of other events. No wonder there are £5 million in prize money.
The third day is the most important one when the Gold Cup race takes place. This one should definitely not be missed out. All in all, you must pay attention to the race, given the fact that the prize funds start from £60 000. At least.
The 2020 Dress Code
Apart from the horse races another very important topic is the 2020 Royal Ascot dress code. The event is not just about women with colossal head-wear. To be allowed to entry the Royal Enclosure you have to make sure you follow the strict guidelines no matter if you are male or female. We are talking about sartorial elegance, class and glamour – from head to toe.
Ladies are advised to wear modest length dresses or skirts, with a 4-inch diameter headpiece, which is a must-have, by the way. For that matter, you should see our top 10 most outrageous hats from the last years. Nonetheless, strapless, halter necks or spaghetti straps will not be permitted.
Gentlemen, on the other hand, ought to wear a black or grey morning dress (with waistcoat, no ties), a hat and black shoes in the Royal Enclosure. Of course, hats can be removed within the restaurants or private boxes, balconies or gardens. It will definitely be great experience to be surrounded by so many grandiose examples.
But no worries: in case you are only interested in the races and betting, there is no formal dress-code required for the Silver ring and tickets are cheaper, as well. So there is always a way to get in. See also our article on betting on Grand National.