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Royal Ascot 2013 Guide

Summer is just around the corner, and after a long wait everything is settled for a new round of exciting Group 1 horse racing at the emblematic Royal Ascot Racecourse. The enchanting Berkshire pastures provide the perfect setting for another week full of joy with family and friends.

The picturesque Queen’s Carriages, the first class gastronomic spaces, the clean and spacious facilities, friendly staff and varied free entertainment make the Royal Ascot a truly unique experience.  

A Brief Introduction

For those who are not familiar with the popular Royal Ascot Racecourse, this traditional English event dates from 1711 when Queen Anne promoted the first horse race that will be the pillar to what today it’s one of Europe’s major horse race meetings.

Located few miles away from the Windsor Castle, the Ascot Racecourse is a major social event in the British Calendar, with most of the Royal Family including Queen Elizabeth II attending every year, rising even more the profile and importance of this must-attend blessed event.

Royal Ascot 2013

Starting on 18th of June, the brand new Ascot Racecourse will extend over 5 days full of thrilling action. You can check the full calendar of activities at the official site here.

Make sure you buy your tickets in advance to secure you badge for this priceless day out. Parking facilities are available on site, and public transport connections are widely accessible from different points across the country.

Have your bets in place. Get informed, find a trustable source and do your homework preferably in advance. WilliamHill Royal Ascot 2013 betting site could be a great starting point. Massive prices are accumulated and so the opportunities. Choose the horses you will follow and provide them a great support at the course - you will have guaranteed fun. 

Practical information

Bear in mind the Royal Ascot is one of the most fashionable sportive events of the year, so you might want to dress accordingly. Ladies can have a quick look at this suggested dress code guide for Ascot 2013.

Car parks are open from 9:30am to 9:00pm. Car Park 2 offers disabled parking spaces, you must arrange in advance at +44 (0)1344 878529.

Tickets rates:

Royal Enclosure: Members Only
Grandstand Admission: £62
Silver Ring: £20
Heath Enclosure: £10

Gates open at 10:30am and close at 6:00pm. The first race starts at 2:30pm and last race at 5:35pm. 


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