Simply an unmissable date in the diaries for our regular racegoers. The most valuable racecard of Ascot’s jumps season features visits from Father Christmas and his reindeer, story-telling from Mrs Christmas, an animatronic polar bear, face painting, a carol singing concert, festive cocktails, fine dining and animal meet and greets. Truly an elegant and uplifting day to celebrate with loved ones.
On the track, highlights are two £150,000 races, an ultra-competitive Betfair Exchange Trophy (A Handicap Hurdle Race) and the Grade 1 Marsh Hurdle (Registered as The Long Walk Hurdle Race) - one of the most prestigious long-distance hurdle races in Britain.
There are numerous high class supporting races over the two-day meeting, offering punters opportunities to earn themselves a late Christmas bonus. Throughout December evenings, Ascot host enchanting Christmas Parties for small shared bookings or exclusive large celebrations.