This summer, the longest running drama returns. Royal Ascot presents a spellbinding explosion of the senses, featuring an all-star cast, unparalleled racing and exquisite Fine Dining.

Revered across the globe, Royal Ascot attracts many of racing’s finest horses to compete for more than £8m in prize money. It is also equally synonymous with sartorial elegance, being awash with exquisite fashion and magnificent millinery creations.

From the arrival of the Royal Procession as the clock strikes two, to the communal singing around Ascot’s Bandstand, each of the five days is an event which must be seen to be believed. 

Latest Updates

10th May

Following the government update on 10th May, racecourses are looking forward to welcoming racegoers back from 17th May.
Detailed planning is underway and we will update on plans for Royal Ascot soon.
We welcome the BHA’s announcement in tandem that owners will be able to access the parade ring from 17th May and will update on the specifics for Royal Ascot in due course.

23rd March

Regrettably, due to significantly reduced capacities currently allowed at sporting events, the decision has been taken not to open the Village, Windsor and Heath Enclosures at this year’s Royal Meeting (15th to 19th June).

Customers who are holding tickets for the above will be offered a rollover to 2022 or a refund. Customers will be contacted to discuss options.

Indications are that the daily capacity will be between 4,000 and 10,000 this year and with that in mind, only the Royal Enclosure and Queen Anne Enclosure will operate, those being the Enclosures that can operate with minimal temporary facilities. The Village, Windsor and Heath Enclosures are constructed from scratch and it is unfortunately impractical to build them for what would be very small numbers.

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