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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.

12:45 - 3m 0f Class 4 (4yo plus)
Foundation Developments Novices Handicap Hurdle
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1st Flintham 7/1
2nd The Tourard Man 3/1F
3rd Spookydooky 7/1


None (All 12 Ran)

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13:50 - 2m 1f Class 3 (4yo plus)
BGC Partners Handicap Chase
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1st Ballygarvey 9/2
2nd Ulck Du Lin 5/1


Key To The West (6 Ran)

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14:25 - 3m 1f Class 1 (4yo plus)
JLT Long Walk Hurdle (25k Field Size Bonus Race) (Grade 1)
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1st Reve de Sivola 13/2
2nd Zarkandar 4/6F


None (All 5 Ran)

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15:00 - 3m 0f Class 1 (4yo plus)
Mappin and Webb Silver Cup Handicap Chase (Listed)
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1st The Young Master 3/1F
2nd Houblon Des Obeaux 9/2
3rd Le Reve 13/2


None (All 9 Ran)

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15:30 - 2m 0f Class 1 (4yo plus)
Ladbroke (Grade 3 Handicap Hurdle)
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1st Bayan 14/1
2nd Pine Creek 10/1
3rd Activial 7/1
4th Shelford 5/1JF


Baradari (18 Ran)

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Pick 6 heartbreak as Bayan wins

There will be a big prize in the Boxing Day Pick 6 game after Bayan denied Value Bet selection Pine Creek in the Ladbroke.

Super Sivola delivers again

Reve De Sivola joined Big Buck's as a three-time winner of the JLT Long Walk Hurdle with a fighting display at Ascot.

Saint scores as Puffin falls

Irish Saint provided Paul Nicholls with another victory in the David Johnson Shawbrook Bank Graduation Chase at Ascot.

Master makes no mistake

The Young Master gained compensation for his Wincanton disqualification with a fine performance at Ascot.

Video Replay: Race of the Day

Reve De Sivola got up on the line to win the JLT Long Walk Hurdle for the third year running. Watch the free video replay.

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Ascot race tracks

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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.

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