Royal Ascot 2021: How to Bet on Each Day Races?

Royal Ascot is one of the most prestigious events on the British calendar. High society arrives on horseback, men and women wear their finest trumps and the royal family takes part in these horse races, which are as famous for their fashion as they are for horses. The Ascot racecourse hosts five days of high-level racing from Tuesday June 15 to Saturday June 19, 2021, with seven races per day. Some of the best European horses are gathered for 5 days of high-level equestrian sport with no less than 35 races scheduled including 8 Group I and 7 Group II. The competition promises to start off very strongly with eight Group 1 races. It should be noted that what a jockey can earn is huge, but so does bettors. Here we give you our best advice on how to bet on these 5 exceptional days.

Royal Ascot Day 1 Tips

Royal Ascot 2021 opens in impressive style with three Group 1 matches on the map, starting with the Queen Anne Stakes at 2.30. The Coventry Group 2 bet for two years follows at 3.05, before the best sprinters take the stage for the King 1 Stand bet at 3.40. The last top match of Day 1 is St James's Palace Stakes at 4.15. The first handicap of the week was the Ascot Stakes (4.50) over two and a half miles, followed by the listed Wolferton Stakes (5.25) and the final Copper Horse Handicap at 18:00. 

Royal Ascot Day 2 Tips

The main match of day 2 is Group 1 of the Prince of Wales (4.15) for ten stages. This race won top horses such as the Dubai Millennium (2000), the Ouija Board (2006) and the Highland Reel (2017). The Royal Hunt Cup (4.50) is the big one-mile handicap of the week and there will be plenty of Ascot Day 2 tips for this open race. The action begins with Queen Mary betting on two buckets at 2.30. Traces of St Leger can be offered at the Queen's vase at 3.05 and Ascot 2's day ends with bets on Windsor Castle (5.25) and Kensington Palace Stakes (6.00).

Royal Ascot Day 3 Tips

Here you can find the best Ascot day 3 tips from The Gold Cup (4.15) is the highlight of Royal Ascot Day 3 and will draw even more attention this year with the prospect of a production story. Frankie Dettori will be a partner of Stradivarius as he seeks the fourth victory of the record gold cup for John and Taddy Gosden. The action begins with the Norfolk Stakes for two-year-olds at 2.30, followed by the Hampton Court Stakes for three-year-olds at 3.05. There will be plenty of Ascot Day 3 tips for the two three-year handicaps, the Britannia Stakes (4.50) and the King George V Stakes (5.25). 

Royal Ascot Day 4 Tips

There are two Group 1 competitions on the 4th day of the Royal Meeting, starting with the seventh three-year British Community Cup at 3.40. The Coronation Cup immediately followed at 4.15, one of the most aristocratic mileage races of the season for three-year-old mares. The 1000 Guineas shape from Newmarket and Cura can be tasted from the finest French fillets from the Poule d'Essai des Pouliches at Longchamp. Albany Group 3 bets on two-year-olds start production at 2.30, and the Epsom Derby form can be tested on King Edward VII bets at 3.05. Ascot Day 4 tips will also try to reveal some valuable bets on the three closing handicaps. Bets from Sandringham (4.50), Duke of Edinburgh (5.25) and Holyroodhouse Palace (6.00). 

Royal Ascot Day 5 Tips

The last Group 1 of Royal Ascot 2021 is the Diamond Jubilee Stakes for six stages at 4.15. The competition was upgraded to Group 1 in 2002, making it one of the most famous sprint competitions in the world. Notable past winners include Australian champions Choisir (2003) and Black Caviar (2012). This was followed by the Wokingham match handicap (4.50) for the same trip. The reported Chesham bets open at 2.30, a match won by the next winner from Guinea in 2000.