£150 OF FREE BETS! FROM oddschecker logo

CLAIM NOW

Close

Site Settings

Ascot Betting Odds

Ascot racecourse in Berkshire was founded by Queen Anne in 1711, and hosts Royal Ascot over five days in June, home to 16 Group races. National Hunt racing also takes place on the course in winter.

14:10 - 7f Class 4 (2yo)
John Guest EBF Stallions Maiden Fillies Stakes
All Odds

Favourites:

Malabar (4/6), Crystal Malt (16/5), Mistrusting (17/4), What Say You (18), Jillanar (20), Royal Party (33) Show all, Sister Of Mercy (33), La Donacella (40), Rosie Royale (40), Tatiani (40)out

Non-Runners

None (All 10 Run)

Best Book:

126%

14:45 - 6f Class 4 (2yo)
Mitie Total Security Management Nursery
All Odds

Favourites:

Alpine Affair (2), Bronze Maquette (9/4), Be Bold (6), Dubai Breeze (8), Anastazia (10), ArlecchinoS Leap (25)

Non-Runners

None (All 6 Run)

Best Book:

102%

15:20 - 2m 0f Class 2 (3yo plus)
John Guest Brown Jack Stakes (Handicap)
All Odds

Favourites:

Maid In Rio (9/4), Elidor (5), Hassle (5), Sir Frank Morgan (8), Entihaa (10), Kashgar (11) Show all, Eshtiaal (16), Spice Fair (18), Boite (25)in, Arty Campbell (28)

Non-Runners

None (All 10 Run)

Best Book:

111%

15:55 - 1m 0f Class 1 (3yo plus)
Woodcote Stud EBF Stallions Valiant Stakes (Fillies Listed) (Rnd)
All Odds

Favourites:

Euro Charline (11/8), Woodland Aria (5), Kiyoshi (6), Gifted Girl (7), Zurigha (9), Veiled Intrigue (22) Show all, Amulet (33)

Non-Runners

None (All 7 Run)

Best Book:

103%

16:30 - 1m 2f Class 2 (3yo plus)
John Guest Handicap
All Odds

Favourites:

Elhaame (9/2), Salutation (9/2), Zain Eagle (5), Charles Camoin (13/2), Presburg (9), Forgotten Hero (11) Show all, Double Discount (12), Hit The Jackpot (14), Kingscroft (14), Rebellious Guest (20)

Non-Runners

None (All 10 Run)

Best Book:

110%

17:00 - 5f Class 4 (3yo plus)
Vartan Ravenscroft October Club Charity Handicap
All Odds

Favourites:

Iffranesia (9/2), Gabbiano (5), Atlantis Crossing (15/2), Bajan Bear (8)out, Bispham Green (9), Go Nani Go (10) Show all, Secret Missile (12), Lupo Doro (14), Breccbennach (16), Stone Of Folca (16), Outer Space (18), Diamond Charlie (28), Perfect Muse (SP)

Non-Runners

None (All 13 Run)

Best Book:

112%

News

Bloodstock Bites

Chris Hill brings us the latest bloodstock news and reflects on the action on track and in the sales ring.

JFK floored at Leopardstown

Much-vaunted youngster John F Kennedy could finish only second on his debut in the Frank Conroy EBF Maiden.

Jack is quick as a Flash

A review of the rest of the action from Leopardstown where Jack Naylor ran out a surprise winner of the Silver Flash.

Candy sweet on Alonsoa

A review of the action from Sandown Park where Alonsoa and Ryan Moore took the headlines.

BHA confirms 7th morphine case

The British Horseracing Authority confirmed on Thursday evening that a seventh horse has tested positive for morphine

Top field seek George glory

Telescope and Taghrooda feature among a final field of nine in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot.

Telescope can star at Ascot

Ian Ogg picks out the key statistics from the last 10 renewals of Saturday's King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Stars align for Sussex clash

Toronado and Kingman remain on course for the QIPCO Sussex Stakes at Glorious Goodwood following the confirmation stage.

Slider Of Fortune | Find A Bet

Stake£

I want to win£

Show me the bets
Ascot Racecourse

NextAscot race tracks -

The Ascot racecourse boasts a triangular right-handed track of a galloping nature, with easy turns. The round course is just under 1 3/4 miles in length, with the lowest part of the track at Swinley Bottom, where the old mile course joins. The uphill climb is slight but consistent until the winning post, with a home straight around three furlongs long. The straight mile course is downhill to start, but is largely on a steady rising gradient and rates as a stiff test.

The effects of the draw on the straight course have varied since the track was relaid for the return of racing in 2006. Much can depend on ground conditions but the only conclusion to make is that being drawn in the middle remains a negative. On the round course it is better to be drawn low, as it is easier to drop in and avoid covering ground on the turns.

National Hunt racing takes place on the same course and also lets horses gallop at will. The fences are stiff, and front-runners are often hard to peg back if they can get into a rhythm. Should the ground turn soft it usually turns into a severe test.

Recommended Free Bets | £150
in-play
Bet Basket Multiples
Bet Log
Open

An error occured