Racegoers can look forward to bringing their own splash of colour to the King GeorgeWeekend at Ascot Racecourse this year (Friday 28th and Saturday 29th July) with a new selection of colourful customisable cocktails available from The Juniper Garden Gin Bar in the Queen Anne Enclosure at the race meeting.
Using the classic Collins cocktail as inspiration and with the help of bar staff, guests will be able to customise the gin-based long drink with an array of colourful flavours. Choices include a green burst of lemon & lime, the orange zest of Aperol, a purple tone using Chambord’s black raspberry liquor and a pale pink blush created by adding rhubarb syrup.
Juliet Slot, Commercial Director, Ascot Racecourse said, “The King George Weekend is a vibrant summer meeting, full of history, style and colour. This year we have extended this to our cocktail menu giving racegoers the opportunity to create their own signature cocktail in a colour that suits their mood.”
Combining world-class Flat racing with a quintessential English garden party experience, the King George Weekend is one of the most prestigious race meetings at Ascot outside of the Royal Meeting. It is an unmissable event steeped in history and synonymous with style that celebrates the best of British summer. Saturday 29th July, King George Day itself, is one of the most famous single racedays in Europe. The King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes (sponsored by QIPCO) is the feature race, and the European mid-season middle distance championship after which the two-day meeting is named, commemorating Her Majesty The Queen’s late parents. It is regarded as
Europe’s premier midseason middle-distance championship race for horses of both sexes and all ages.
Queen Anne Enclosure tickets start from £18 and King Edward VII Enclosure tickets from £23 if booked in advance. Children under 18 are free when accompanied by an adult. Fine Dining starts from £147+VAT. Available upgrades include a private Gazebo in the Old Paddock or entry to the Marquee Club or Furlong Club, both within the Queen Anne Enclosure, with prices starting from just £30, excluding a Queen Anne Enclosure ticket.