The Discover Racehorse Ownership Weekend offers a unique opportunity to go behind the scenes and gain fascinating insight into the unrivalled excitement of owning an equine star, while enjoying a top class day of jumps racing.
card features a pair of Grade 2 contests, including the Coral Hurdle and
Christy 1965 Chase. Last year, the latter saw an epic battle between two National Hunt superstars - Altior and Cyrname.
You will be able to find out more about the wider world of ownership and racing through informative talks and activities with industry experts that will take place throughout the day. Representatives from a variety of clubs and syndicates will be on hand to explain everything about the different options available to help you make your first step into racehorse ownership.
Enjoy the action from the comfort of our premier King Edward VII Enclosure. Offering additional indoor and outdoor seating, an elevated view of the track, as well as an expansive range of bars and restaurants.
Rightly described as the jewel in the crown for Fine Dining at Ascot, the Parade Ring Restaurant is situated adjacent to the Royal Box and with views of the Parade Ring and Winners' Enclosure and includes access to an exclusive trackside seating area.
Our contemporary fifth floor restaurant offers panoramic views of the racecourse. Exemplary service paired with the finest food, wine and Champagne making this, award winning restaurant, the pinnacle of fine dining at Ascot.
A private box on an Ascot Raceday offers the opportunity to fill your own private corner of the racecourse with friends, family or clients. Boxes come with a variety of views and they range in capacity from 10 people right up to 72, with larger suites also available.
Experience matchless views of the racecourse and the Berkshire countryside as you enjoy a delightful Afternoon tea from a large private box on the 6th floor of the Grandstand. Guests have access to the box for the whole day.