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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.

12:50 - 2m 6f Class 3 (4yo plus)
Two Circles National Hunt Maiden Hurdle
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Favourites:

Champagne Present (4/5), Buckhorn Timothy (23/5), Desilvano (5), Oh So Fruity (43/4), Bally Beaufort (16)in, Max Milan (55/2)in Show all, Albatros De Guye (61/2), Bridal Suite (66), Loukhaar (100)

Non-Runners

None (All 9 Run)

Best Book:

114%

13:20 - 2m 1f Class 3 (4yo plus)
Champagne Bollinger Novices Limited Handicap Chase
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Favourites:

Dance Floor King (5/2), Key To The West (17/5)out, Garrahalish (7/2)in, Cold March (5), Fond Memory (6)in

Non-Runners

None (All 5 Run)

Best Book:

104%

13:55 - 2m 0f Class 1 (4yo plus)
Sky Bet Supreme Trial Novices Hurdle (10k Field Size Bonus) (Registered as The Kennel Gate Novices Hurdle) (Grade 2)
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Favourites:

Lami Serge (7/4), Emerging Talent (15/8), Killultagh Vic (5/2), Gunner Fifteen (41/2)out

Non-Runners

None (All 4 Run)

Best Book:

104%

14:30 - 2m 3f Class 1 (4yo plus)
Mitie Novices Chase (10k Field Size Bonus Race) (Registered As The Noel Novices Chase) (Grade 2)
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Favourites:

Josses Hill (5/4), Ptit Zig (7/4), Dunraven Storm (5), Traffic Fluide (33), Formal Bid (125)

Non-Runners

None (All 5 Run)

Best Book:

101%

15:05 - 2m 6f Class 3 (4yo plus)
Mitie Handicap Hurdle
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Favourites:

Batavir (9/4)in, Spartan Angel (9/2)in, Dream Deal (5), Little Boy Boru (7), Long Lunch (14), Oscar Prairie (16)in Show all, Kuilsriver (33/2), Harry Hunt (20), Midnight Oscar (20), Valid Reason (20), Tuscan Gold (33)

Non-Runners

None (All 11 Run)

Best Book:

114%

15:40 - 2m 0f Class 1 (4-6yo)
Ascot Underwriting Championship Standard Open NH Flat Race (Listed)
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Favourites:

Yanworth (6/4), Rio Treasure (10/3), Stonegate (7), Simon Squirrel (10), Dashing Oscar (51/4)in, Supasundae (14) Show all, Midnight Shot (29/2), Thistlecrack (20), Pengos Boy (41/2), Final Nudge (33), Red Devil Star (50), Timons Tara (66), Whatthebutlersaw (66)

Non-Runners

None (All 13 Run)

Best Book:

122%

News

Live Graham Cunningham chat

Post your questions now for Friday's live chat with Racing UK and Channel 4 analyst Graham Cunningham. It starts at 11am.

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Ascot race tracks

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.

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