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The most popular horse racing in Europe each year is the Royal Ascot, held in late June at Ascot Racecourse in Ascot, Berkshire, England. The track is considered one of the best ones in the United Kingdom and hosts 13 of the 36 Group 1 horse races in Britain each year. The Royal Ascot features five days of racing with at least one Group 1 race every day. The 2019 Royal Ascot takes place from June 18-22.

2019 Royal Ascot At a Glance

Dates: June 18-22, 2019

Races: 30

Location: Ascot Racecourse

Ascot Racecourse is located just six miles from Windsor Castle and the track features 26 days of racing each year. The Royal Meeting is held each June and features the Royal Ascot, with the most prestigious race being The Gold Cup. Two other races held in July at the track that also get attention are the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Royal Ascot

The feature races of the year are the Royal Ascot which goes back to 1711 when Queen Anne founded the races. Members of the British Royal family attend the races every year including the Queen. The Royal procession takes place at the start of each racing day and includes the raising of the Queen’s Royal Standard. Other royalty that routinely attend are the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Earl and Countess of Wessex. The Royal Ascot is considered a big event in terms of the British social scene.

List of Royal Ascot Races

Queen Anne Stakes Group 1 1m 4yo +
Coventry Stakes Group 2 6f 2yo only
King's Stand Stakes Group 1 5f 3yo +
St James's Palace Stakes Group 1 1m 3yo C only
Ascot Stakes Handicap 2m, 4f 4yo +
Wolferton Stakes Listed 5f 2yo only
Jersey Stakes Group 3 7f 3yo only
Queen Mary Stakes Group 2 5f 2yo only
Duke of Cambridge Stakes Group 2 1m 4yo + FM
Prince of Wales's Stakes Group 1 1m, 2f 4yo +
Royal Hunt Cup Handicap 1m 3yo +
Sandringham Stakes Handicap 1m 3yo F only
Norfolk Stakes Group 2 5f 2yo F only
Hampton Court Stakes Group 3 1m, 2f 3yo F only
Ribblesdale Stakes Group 2 1m, 4f 3yo F only
Gold Cup Group 1 2m, 4f 4yo +
Britannia Stakes Handicap 1m 3yo CG only
King George V Stakes Handicap 1m, 4f 3yo only
Albany Stakes Group 3 6f 2yo F only
King Edward VII Stakes Group 2 1m, 4f 3yo CG only
Commonwealth Cup Group 1 6f 3yo +
Coronation Stakes Group 1 1m 3yo only
Duke of Edinburgh Stakes Handicap 1m, 4f 3yo +
Queen's Vase Group 2 1m, 6f 3yo only
Chesham Stakes Listed 7f 2yo only
Windsor Castle Stakes Handicap 1m, 2f 4yo +
Hardwicke Stakes Group 2 1m, 4f 4yo +
Diamond Jubilee Stakes Group 1 6f 4yo +
Wokingham Stakes Handicap 6f 3yo +
Queen Alexandra Stakes Conditions 2m, 5f 4yo +

Royal Ascot Gold Cup

The Gold Cup is Group 1 race that is normally held on the third day of the Royal Ascot meeting, unofficially known as Ladies’ Day. It is for horses that specialize in running long distances, which makes sense considering the race is 2 miles, 3 furlongs and 210 yards long. The race is the first leg of the Stayer’s Triple Crown and is followed by the Goodwood Cup and the Doncaster Cup. The last Triple Crown winner was Double Trigger in 1995.

The most successful horse in the Gold Cup was Yeats who won the race in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. The leading jockey was Lester Piggott who won the race 11 times. The leading trainer is Aidan O’Brien who has won the race seven times. The leading owner is Sue Magnier who has won the race seven times.

The winner of the Gold Cup in 2018 was Stradivarius for trainer John Gosden. The horse was ridden by Frankie Dettori.

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