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Ascot set for epic clash

The second day of the Discover Racehorse Ownership Weekend features the race of the Jumps season so far as Altior, unbeaten in his last 19 starts and a four time Cheltenham Festival winner, takes on Cyrname, the highest rated British horse in training and a stunning winner of the Grade One Betfair Ascot Chase in February.

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Henderson at the double

Trainer Nicky Henderson warmed up for Saturday’s battle between Altior and Cyrname with a quickfire double to open the inaugural Discover Racing Ownership Weekend at Ascot.

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Friday Racing Preview

Friday is the opening day of our inaugural Discover Racehorse Ownership Weekend. No fewer than 20 syndicates have stalls on site over the two-day meeting, including Kim Bailey Racing, who kindly sponsor race three; the Join Kim Bailey Racing 'Introductory' Hurdle.

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Sunflower Lawn

Ascot launches the Sunflower Lawn, for those with hidden disabilities, at the Discover Racehorse Ownership Weekend.

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Altior and Cyrname set for clash of chasing giants

Two of jumps racing's heavyweights, Altior and Cyrname, have been entered for the Christy 1965 Chase at Ascot on Saturday 23rd November.

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Altior is immortalised in metal

Ben Lee creates a sculpture of Altior to be unveiled at the Discover Racehorse Ownership Weekend

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Racing Preview | Saturday 2nd November

Jumps racing returns at Ascot this weekend with a seven-race card featuring bumper field sizes – a total of 95 declared runners compared to 63 on the same day last year.

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Cheer England on with fellow racegoers at Ascot

Take part in Rugby World Cup fever this Saturday at Ascot.

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Magical dashes to QIPCO British Champions Day honours

Donnacha O’Brien enjoyed a QIPCO British Champions Day to remember as he and Kew Gardens ended the long distance reign of Ascot favourite Stradivarius before the Irish jockey captured the feature Champion Stakes on board Magical.

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