Royal Ascot Races to Watch
Later in the Royal Ascot meeting are the Norfolk Stakes (G2) for two-year-olds and the Diamond Jubilee (G1) for top sprinters. Occasionally the winner of the King’s Stand on Tuesday returns for the Diamond Jubilee on Saturday. This double has only been completed by two horses, Blue Point in 2019 and Choisir in 2003. Before Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee celebration in 2012, the race was known as the Golden Jubilee.
Barney Roy is a good play to upset Japan in the rich Prince of Wales’s Stakes (G1) for older males. They face filly Magical, who was second to Enable in the Breeders’ Cup Turf in 2018.
Although there are considerably fewer horses arriving from overseas this year, often the races are held with European, Australian, and American-based runners. Shipping in from America has gained more prominence with wins from trainers like Wesley Ward, and the great mare Tepin who took the 2016 Queen Anne over the males in a valiant performance. Japan has started sending horses over as well, with Deirdre likely to be the only competitor in the 2022 Royal Ascot races.
Royal Ascot Betting 2022
Is Royal Ascot betting reliable?Royal Ascot is one of the most popular horse racing events each year, with millions tuning in to wager. Royal Ascot is a very reliable betting market.
What is the best bookmaker for Royal Ascot wagering?We cannot say which is the best bookmaker for the Royal Ascot, as each one has it's own unique qualities.
Who won the Royal Ascot in 2021?The 2021 Royal Ascot was won by Subjectivist.
Which runner is favorite to win the race in 2022?The Royal Ascot winners odds have been release and are pointing to Trueshan as the most likely to win it, alongside Kyprios.
Can I find live betting markets at Royal Ascot?For the bookmakers we represent, there are no live betting markets for the horse racing. Though, do check out Royal Ascot betting offers for the latest live betting possibilities