Royal Ascot

Review & Results

Tuesday 17th – Saturday 21st June 2014

The Royal Meeting Begins

The opening day gets off to an impressive start with no less than three Group 1 races – the most prestigious races in the world:

  • The Queen Anne Stakes

  • The King’s Stand Stakes, the first British leg of the Global Sprint Challenge; and

  • The St James’s Palace Stakes, the feature race of the day

Racing Results

Royal Ascot

Tuesday 17th June 2014

3:45pm
The King’s Stand Stakes (Group 1)

Race Results



The King's Stand Stakes (British Champions Series & Global Sprint Challenge) (GROUP 1)
Tuesday 17 June - 3.45 pm
Distance: 5f
 
  Horse SP Jockey Owner/Trainer
1st Sole Power 5/1 Richard Hughes Mrs S. Power
Edward Lynam
2nd Stepper Point 50/1 Martin Dwyer Mr C. L. A. Edginton
William Muir
3rd Hot Streak (IRE) 3/1f Jamie Spencer Qatar Racing Limited
Kevin Ryan
4th Medicean Man 33/1 Harry Bentley Mr Stuart Dobb & Miss Kate Dobb
Jeremy Gask
4:25pm
The St James’s Palace Stakes (Group 1)

Race Results



The St James's Palace Stakes (British Champions Series) (GROUP 1)
Tuesday 17 June - 4.25 pm
Distance: 1m
 
  Horse SP Jockey Owner/Trainer
1st Kingman 8/11f James Doyle Mr K. Abdullah
John Gosden
2nd Night of Thunder (IRE) 3/1 Richard Hughes Mr Saeed Manana
Richard Hannon
3rd Outstrip 33/1 William Buick Godolphin
Charlie Appleby
4th War Command (USA) 9/1 Joseph O'Brien J Allen/Mrs J Magnier/M Tabor/D Smith
Aidan O'Brien
5:00pm
The Ascot Stakes (Handicap)

Race Results



The Ascot Stakes (HANDICAP)
Tuesday 17 June - 5.00 pm
Distance: 2m 4f
 
  Horse SP Jockey Owner/Trainer
1st Domination 12/1 F. M. Berry Ms Carol Cleary
Charles Byrnes
2nd Another Cocktail 20/1 Jimmy Fortune Mr Michael Kerr-Dineen
Hughie Morrison
3rd Sizzler 16/1 Jim Crowley Heseltine, Henley & Jones
Ralph Beckett
4th Sohar 16/1 George Baker G. B. Partnership
James Toller
5:35pm
The Windsor Castle Stakes (Listed)

Race Results



The Windsor Castle Stakes (LISTED RACE)
Tuesday 17 June - 5.35 pm
Distance: 5f
 
  Horse SP Jockey Owner/Trainer
1st Hootenanny (USA) 7/2f Victor Espinoza Mr D. Smith, Mrs J. Magnier, Mr M. Tabor
Wesley A. Ward
2nd Union Rose 100/1 William Twiston-Davies Mr Adrian Evans
Ronald Harris
3rd Mubtaghaa (IRE) 7/1 Paul Hanagan Mr Hamdan Al Maktoum
William Haggas
4th Sarista (IRE) 25/1 Robert Winston Mr S. Rudolf
David Barron
2:30pm
The Queen Anne Stakes (Group 1)

Race Results



The Queen Anne Stakes (British Champions Series) (GROUP 1)
Tuesday 17 June - 2.30 pm
Distance: 1m
 
  Horse SP Jockey Owner/Trainer
1st Toronado (IRE) 4/5f Richard Hughes Al Shaqab Racing
Richard Hannon
2nd Verrazano (USA) 6/1 Joseph O'Brien Mrs John Magnier,Mr M.Tabor & Mr D.Smith
Aidan O'Brien
3rd Anodin (IRE) 9/1 Olivier Peslier Wertheimer et Frere
F. Head
4th Tullius (IRE) 11/1 Jimmy Fortune Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds VI
Andrew Balding

Fine dining at Royal Ascot

Experience first class fine dining in one of our exclusive restaurants situated around the course and enjoy the world's greatest race meeting.

Viagogo

In the event of a raceday being sold out, we recommend checking Viagogo, our Official Ticketing and Marketplace provider for availability.   

Heath Enclosure

Located on the far side of the track looking back to the Grandstand. Includes a bar and an 'On the Go' food offering. Picnic Policy applies. No advance booking. Cash only Entry £15.


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The Experience

A day at Royal Ascot is about so much more than the exhilarating racing action. Featuring high fashion, sumptuous cuisine and pageantry, Royal Ascot promises an occasion that will last long in the memory.

History Making Moments

Royal Ascot has a proud history of defining moments, providing the ultimate platform for the world’s finest racehorses and jockeys. Watch our video to see what you can expect at the world’s greatest meeting.

Over 300 years of Racing

It was Queen Anne who first saw the potential for a racecourse at Ascot whilst out riding in 1711. The first ever race meeting took place that year, with the first four-day meeting in 1768.

The Royal Procession

On each of the five days of Royal Ascot Her Majesty The Queen and her guests arrive at Royal Ascot by horse-drawn landaus, travelling down the straight mile before circling the iconic Parade Ring. Continuing a tradition started by King George IV in 1825, the landaus passes guests within every enclosure.

What to wear to Royal Ascot

A day at Royal Ascot is very special and dressing accordingly is an important part of the experience.

The dress code, set out below and encapsulated in this video, is designed to help racegoers to dress appropriately for the occasion.

We very much look forward to welcoming you to Royal Ascot.

Enclosures

There are three enclosures at Royal Ascot. Each enclosure offers guests a truly unique experience of the timeless Royal meeting.

Royal Enclosure

Established in 1822 when King George IV commissioned a two-storey stand to be built with a surrounding lawn, the exclusive Royal Enclosure provides, for many, the quintessential Royal Ascot experience. Within the Royal Enclosure, guests will gain a firsthand experience of the timeless traditions and sophistication Royal Ascot is synonymous with. To visit this enclosure you will need a formal invitation from a current Royal Enclosure member.

The Grandstand

Grandstand admission offers guests an enhanced experience of Royal Ascot. With the Parade Ring centrally located, Grandstand admission guests will be able to enjoy the pre-race build-up then watch the magnificent horses charge down the home straight from elevated vantage points. Guests can also enjoy our varied restaurants and bars throughout the day and join in with singing around the bandstand after the final race.

Silver Ring

Located on the straight mile, the Silver Ring is a vibrant and exciting enclosure. Guests will be the first to see the Royal Procession and have rail-side views as the world best racehorses thunder past. The Silver Ring enclosure also boasts a new Sourced Market deli and great dining options. Once the racing finishes, the party continues with a live house band providing the soundtrack.

Style Guide

Although no formal dress code applies in the Silver Ring Enclosure, racegoers are encouraged to wear smart clothes.

Please note that fancy dress, novelty, and branded or promotional clothing is not allowed, and bare chests are not permitted at any time.

Plan Your Day

Gates Open

The gates open at 10:30am. By arriving early, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious breakfast, read the form and savour the building anticipation.

Follow Us On Social Media

Make sure you follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook to ensure you make the most of your time at Ascot. We will be providing information to make sure you get the best out of your day.

Royal Ascot Express

On each day of Royal Ascot, there is a chartered train that takes passengers from London Waterloo to Ascot. Leaving at 09:35 from Tuesday to Friday, this service will ensure you travel to Ascot in a relaxed fashion, with a guaranteed seat on the outbound journey. Tickets for Saturday have now sold out.

Ascot Racecourse Parking & Facilities Map

Parking Prices for Royal Ascot

Car Park 8 Cars (On the day price: £25) £ 20.00
Car Park 6 Coaches (On the day price: £110) £ 99.00
Car Park 8 Limos (On the day price: £120.00) £ 90.00
Car Park 8 Minibuses (On the day price: £80) £ 70.00
Coach Park 10H Coaches (On the day price: £120) £ 110.00
Coach Park 10 Coaches (On the day price: £80) £ 75.00

Customers are advised to purchase car parking prior to the raceday as prices will increase.

Car parks open at 9:00am
Car parks close at 9:00pm

All car, limousine, minibus and coach parking labels should be pre-booked. Customers are advised to book early to avoid disappointment.  There will be on the day minibus, limo and car parking available on the Heath subject to availability.

Booked a Package?

Car park labels are included with all restaurant packages. Additional labels should be purchased in advance by calling +44 (0)844 346 0346.

Disabled Parking

Dedicated parking facilities are available for disabled customers displaying a Blue Badge, which must be booked prior to the race meeting. For details please email enquiries@ascot.co.uk or call

+44 (0)844 346 3000

Coach Drivers

Coach drivers can obtain a free Silver Ring ticket on production of their PCV or PSV licence and their work docket to the Silver Ring Sales Office.

  • Placing A Bet

    How to Bet

    Learn how to enjoy a 'flutter' during your day at Ascot, from understanding the terminology to knowing where to place a bet.

  • Viewing the Horses

    Where to Watch

    Tips on where the horses will be on course throughout the day and the best places to see them.

  • Runners & Riders

    Reading the Racecard

    Racecards provide a list of riders for each race. Five day entries are available online five days before each event, and final declarations 24 hours in advance.