The flat season comes to an end at Ascot on Saturday 15thOctober as the best of the best battle on QIPCO British Champions Day.
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Five races over different distances will decide which horses are truly the best of their time.
It is the richest raceday in the British calendar and the chance to see the World's finest horses and jockeys battle it out for their slice of history
One of the highlights of QIPCO British Champions Day is the crowning of the Stobart Champion Jockey.
Last year's winner Silvestre De Sousa is in an intense battle with Jim Crowley and it looks to be heading down to the wire - even all the way to Champions Day.
Chart-topping Sigala headlines the Champions Day after-party in the Grandstand and with his UK Tour sold out, this is a rare chance to see the up and coming DJ.
BBC Radio 2 DJ Sara Cox will be opening the show.
Michelin star chef Raymond Blanc is returning to Ascot for QIPCO British Champions Day in the Parade Ring Restaurant.
A number of fine dining restaurant are on offer, with exemplary food, drink and views to match the exciting action.
Ahead of the first race at 1:25pm, medal-winning athletes from the hockey, rugby sevens and cycling teams will join Olympic Champion Nick Skelton, double Olympic Taekwondo Champion Jade Jones, multiple gold medal winning Paralympic Equestrian rider Natasha Baker and George Nash from the triumphant men’s coxless four boat parade before the crowdsin the Parade Ring.
Popular authors Clare Balding and Jilly Cooper will be signing copies of their new books in the Grandstand.
Book a taxi to and from Ascot to ensure you have one less worry on the day
Gates Open 10:30
QIPCO British Champions Long Distance Cup 13:25
QIPCO British Champions Sprint Stakes 14:00
QIPCO British ChampionFillies & Mares Stakes 14:35
Queen Elizabeth II Stakes Sponsored by QIPCO 15:10
QIPCO Champion Stakes 15:45
Balmoral Handicap Sponsored by QIPCO 16:25
Ascot Racecourse is ideally situated in beautiful wooded countryside adjoining Windsor Great Park and about a 50 minute drive or train journey from London.
Located close to the M3, M4, M40 & M25 motorways and to London Heathrow for international visitors, Ascot offers easy access for all racegoers wherever their departure point.
Please arrive early. As a major national event we take our security obligations very seriously and are conscious of events around us, as are the hosts of other major sporting events. There will be delays at the entrances and racegoers and participants alike are advised to arrive early.