|The Colts & Fillies Club Maiden Hurdle Race
Sunday 7 April - 2.15 pm
|Distance: 2m 3f 110yrds|
|1st||Forresters Folly||40/1||Wayne Hutchinson||Mr Tim Leadbeater
|2nd||Warden Hill (IRE)||10/1||Conor O'Farrell||Mrs T. P. Radford
|3rd||Courtesy Call (IRE)||2/1f||Barry Geraghty||Mr A. D. Spence
|4th||Village Vic (IRE)||2/1f||Richard Johnson||Mr Alan Peterson
Review & Results
Tickets Available On The Gate
Tickets for this raceday will now be available from Ticket Office East.
Ascot’s Free Raceday is an ideal event for novices and racing fans alike.
Perfect for those wishing to learn about racing and what happens behind-the-scenes at a racecourse, experts will be on hand throughout the day to explain the intricacies of racing.
For racing enthusiasts, this is the curtain raiser for the Flat season. Featured is the £60,000 Group 3 Longines Sagaro Stakes, one of the most important trial races for The Gold Cup, which takes place on the third day of Royal Ascot, colloquially called ‘Ladies’ Day’.
Wednesday 1st May 2013
|The A. P. Security Novices' Steeple Chase
Sunday 7 April - 2.50 pm
|Distance: 2m 5f 110yrds|
|1st||Victor Leudorum (IRE)||16/1||Noel Fehily||R. Curry, C. Leuchars & R. Tompkins
|2nd||Polisky (FR)||8/1||Daryl Jacob||Mrs Johnny de la Hey
|3rd||Molotof (FR)||11/8f||Barry Geraghty||Mr S. Munir
|4th||Pantxoa (FR)||7/1||Wayne Hutchinson||Mrs June Watts
|The Huge Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Race (THE SUNDAY #5K BONUS RACE)
Sunday 7 April - 3.25 pm
|1st||Calculated Risk||4/1||Dougie Costello||Mr Terry Warner
|2nd||Somemothersdohavem||20/1||Jack Doyle||The Somemothers Partnership
|3rd||Aazif (IRE)||6/1||Jason Maguire||Askew Dick Hernon Reynard
|4th||McVicar||20/1||Wayne Hutchinson||Mr & Mrs R. Scott
|The Bmw Ascot Novices' Handicap Steeple Chase
Sunday 7 April - 4.00 pm
|Distance: 2m 1f|
|1st||Fairy Rath (IRE)||11/1||Tom Cannon||Mrs C. L. Kyle
|2nd||Greywell Boy||7/1||David Bass||Chasing Gold Racing Club
|3rd||Conquisto||5/1||Tom Scudamore||Mr P. J. Martin
|4th||Elenika (FR)||12/1||Daryl Jacob||Million in Mind Partnership
THE THUNDER OF HOOVES
The quality of horseracing at Ascot is simply outstanding and there are plenty of places for you to experience it. Stand by the rails as the horses thunder down the Straight Mile to the Winning Post. Or stand in the middle of the crowd to enjoy the electric atmosphere as your horse comes home. To get the best position, you should find your spot at least five minutes before each race.
Watch out for the feature race, often recognisable by the size of the prize fund marked in the Racecard.
FOOD & DRINK
THE BEST OF BRITISH CUISINE
For over three centuries, eating and drinking has played an essential part in the enjoyment of a day at Ascot. Featuring the best seasonal British produce, Ascot offers racegoers a wide variety of dining options.
Fine dining experiences, such as dining in private boxes or exquisite a la carte luncheons in the Parade Ring Restaurant, are available for a truly memorable day. For more relaxed dining options, racegoers can choose anything from a casual three-course lunch to self-service meals, or a traditional afternoon tea.
Please visit our Food & Drinks section to view all available options.
Please visit our Private Box Dining section to view all available options.
THE ASCOT GRANDSTAND
Sitting within beautiful woodland adjacent to Windsor Great Park, the Ascot Grandstand perfectly complements the Berkshire landscape. The arc-shaped layout ensures that much activity is concentrated in the heart of the building near the Parade Ring and finish line.
With two different levels of admission, there is something to suit all tastes and occasions. Premier Admission on Level 4 contains the best public facilities in the Grandstand, whilst Grandstand Admission racegoers have access to a variety of facilities on the Concourse Level, with easy access to the Parade Ring, and elevated and lawn-level track viewing.
Ascot offers several fine dining venues, casual dining restaurants and private boxes and loges for hire, along with a wide range of bespoke dining packages.
WHAT TO WEAR
DRESSING FOR THE FLAT SEASON
Here is some guidance on what to wear during the Flat season, which runs from May to October.
- Premier Admission
- Grandstand Admission
WHAT TO WEAR: FLAT SEASON
Ladies should dress as for a smart occasion.
Gentlemen are required to wear a jacket with a collared shirt and tie. Trainers are not allowed.
Children aged 17 and under should adhere to the Premier Admission dress code; however this does not apply to very young children.
Please note that fancy dress, novelty and branded or promotional clothing is not permitted within Premier Admission.
WHAT TO WEAR: FLAT SEASON
Whilst we encourage racegoers to wear smart clothing, no formal dress code applies in the Grandstand Admission area during the Flat season.
Please note that bare chests are not permitted at any time.
Fancy dress is permitted at Ascot Racecourse within the Grandstand Admission area on all days outside Royal Ascot. However, fancy dress will not be permitted if it is liable to cause offence to any other racegoers on religious or sexual grounds.