2021 Royal Ascot Day 3 Results
Norfolk Stakes – Result
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Hampton Court Stakes – Result
Ribblesdale Stakes – Result
Gold Cup – Result
Britannia Handicap – Result
King George V Handicap – Result
Buckingham Palace Handicap – Result
Royal Ascot Day 4 Results
Albany Stakes – Result
King Edward VII Stakes – Result
Commonwealth Cup – Result
Coronation Stakes – Result
Sandringham Handicap – Result
Duke of Edinburgh Handicap – Result
Palace of Holyroodhouse Handicap – Result
Royal Ascot Day 5 Results
Chesham Stakes – Result
jersey Stakes – Result
Hardwick Stakes – Result
Diamond Jubilee Stakes – Result
Wokingham Handicap – Result
Golden Gates Stakes – Result
Queen Alexandra Stakes – Result
Royal Ascot Day 1 Results
Queen Anne Stakes – Result
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Coventry Stakes – Result
King’s Stand Stakes – Result
St James’s Palace Stakes – Result
Ascot Stakes – Result
Wolferton Stakes – Result
Copper Horse Handicap – Result
Queen Mary Stakes – Result
Queens Vase – Result
Duke Of Cambridge Stakes – Result
Prince of Wales’s Stakes – Result
Royal Hunt Cup – Result
Windsor Castle Stakes – Result
Kensington Palace Handicap – Result
Ascot Results 2021: Today’s Royal Ascot Results
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Latest Royal Ascot 2021 Horse Racing Results
We will be updating this page throughout the festival with Ascot results for winners, placed horses, non-runners and SP returns as soon as the meeting gets under way on Tuesday 15th June. Please note that the race times are correct at the time of publishing but may be subject to change.
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Ascot Races Results
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Royal Ascot Day 1 Results
2.30 Queen Anne Stakes
Palace Pier is the likely favourite, an impressive winner of the St James’s Palace Stakes at the corresponding meeting 12 months’ ago. Godolphin have a fine record in this race with eight victories, most recently with Ribchester in 2017.
3.05 Coventry Stakes
Aidan O’Brien is the leading trainer in the history of the Coventry having won it 9 times. His winners include Henrythenavigator (2007), Power (2011) and Caravaggio (2016).
3.40 King’s Stand Stakes
Battaash is expected to defend his title after a brilliant victory for Charles Hills and Jim Crowley last year. He had finished runner-up to Blue Point for the previous two seasons and would become the thirteenth horse to win the race twice.
4.15 St James’s Palace Stakes
Godolphin have won this race three times with Shamardal (2005), Dawn Approach (2013) and Barney Roy (2017). 2000 Guineas runner-up Master Of The Seas could be their main contender this year, although Aidan O’Brien’s entries must be respected as he seeks a record ninth race win.
4.50 Ascot Stakes
Willie Mullins has won this race four times in the past nine seasons in a race dominated by National Hunt trainers. Three of his four winners were ridden by Ryan Moore including Simenon (2012) who was runner-up in the Gold Cup the following season.
5.25 Wolferton Stakes
The Wolferton Stakes was run as a handicap from 2002 to 2017 before it was upgraded to a Listed race. The Gosden stable has won this race four times in the past ten seasons, most recently with Monarchs Glen in 2018.
6.00 Copper Horse Stakes
The inaugural Copper Horse Handicap was held in 2020, a one and three-quarter mile handicap for four-year-olds and upwards. Fujaira Prince won for Roger Varian and Andrea Atzeni before following up in the valuable Ebor Handicap at York.
Royal Ascot Day 2 Results
2.30 Queen Mary Stakes
American Trainer Wesley Ward has featured regularly in Ascot results in recent years including four victories in the Queen Mary Stakes. Lady Aurelia (2016) and Campanelle (2020) were both ridden by Frankie Dettori who was also successful on Raffle Prize in 2019.
3.05 Queen’s Vase
The Queen’s Vase is a recognised trial for the St Leger and has been dominated by Aidan O’Brien in recent years. He has won it seven times including with Leading Light (2017) and Kew Gardens (2018), both successful in the Doncaster Classic.
3.40 Duke Of Cambridge Stakes
Sir Michael Stoute is the trainer to follow in the Duke Of Cambridge Stakes with four previous winners. French raiders also have a decent record here with three victories, the most recent being Qemah in 2017.
4.15 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes
Lord North is ante-post favourite to become the fourth horse to win the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes twice. He is likely to face stern opposition from the Aidan O’Brien stable, successful here three times including Highland Reel (2017).
4.50 Royal Hunt Cup
The Royal Hunt Cup has been something of a graveyard for favourites with only Forgotten Voice (2009) successful in the past 24 years. The average winning SP since then has been over 16-1 including Belgian Bill (2013) at 33-1 and Invisible Man (2010) at 28-1.
5.25 Windsor Castle Stakes
Wesley Ward has won twice for America here with Strike The Tiger (2009) and Hootenanny (2014). Her Majesty The Queen celebrated a Royal Ascot winner in this race last season with Tactical, trained by Andrew Balding and ridden by James Doyle.
6.00 Kensington Palace Stakes
This is the inaugural running of the Kensington Palace Stakes. It is a one-mile handicap for fillies and mares aged four years and upwards.
Royal Ascot Day 3 Results
2.30 Norfolk Stakes
Some very speedy juveniles have won the Norfolk Stakes including Johannesburg (2001) and No Nay Never (2013). The latter was trained by Wesley Ward who struck another blow for America with Shang Shang Shang in 2018.
3.05 Hampton Court Stakes
The Hampton Court Stakes was formerly run as the Churchill Stakes over a mile and a half but was cut to ten furlongs in 2000. Jockey Ryan Moore has won the race four times including in 2020 aboard Russian Emperor for Aidan O’Brien.
3.40 Ribblesdale Stakes
Frankie Dettori is always a popular Royal Ascot tip and he is the leading jockey in the history of the Ribblesdale Stakes with eight winners. He has won it for the past two seasons aboard Star Catcher (2019) and Frankly Darling (2020), both trained by John Gosden.
4.15 Ascot Gold Cup
Stradivarius has been a regular fixture in Ascot results and now bids to match the four Gold Cup victories of Yeats (2006-2009). Yeats provided four of a record seven Gold Cup winners for trainer Aidan O’Brien, most recently successful with Order of St George (2016).
4.50 Britannia Handicap
Fast Or Free (2012) is the only winning favourite of the Britannia in the past ten years. Long-priced Ascot race results for this race include Bless Him (2017) at 25-1 and Biometric (2019) at 28-1.
5.25 King George V Stakes
Mark Johnston has a fine record in the King George V Stakes with five winners. The last six favourites have been beaten in this race since Elite Army won in 2014.
6.00 Buckingham Palace Stakes
The Buckingham Palace Handicap is a handicap for three-year-olds over seven furlongs. It has previously proved to be a tricky race for punters with an average winning SP of around 20-1.
Royal Ascot Day 4 Results
2.30 Albany Stakes
The Albany Stakes is confined to two-year-old fillies and jockey Jamie Spencer has won it a record four times, most recently with Kiyoshi (2013). Last year’s race was won by Dandalla with third-placed Mother Earth going on to win the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket in 2021.
3.05 King Edward VII Stakes
The King Edward VII is often a chance for horses beaten in the Derby to redeem their reputation. Across The Stars (2016), Permian (2017) and Japan (2019) were all beaten at Epsom before winning here.
3.40 Commonwealth Cup
The Commonwealth Cup was first run in 2015 with victory going to 10-1 shot Muhaarar. Favourites Quiet Reflection (2016) and Caravaggio (2017) won the next two renewals but the last three market leaders have all been beaten.
4.15 Coronation Stakes
Classic form holds the key to the Coronation Stakes with 14 of the last 23 winners having previously been successful in either the English or Irish 1000 Guineas. French trainers have also enjoyed recent success here with four victories in the past ten years.
4.50 Sandringham Stakes
Favourites have a mixed record in the Sandringham Stakes with four winners in the past ten years. Trainer Charlie Fellowes and jockey Hayley Turner have teamed up with the last two winners, Thanks Be and Onassis, both outsiders in the Ascot betting at 33-1.
5.25 Duke Of Edinburgh Stakes
Five of the last ten winners of the Duke Of Edinburgh started favourite including the well-backed Baghdad (2019). Hollie Doyle rode 33-1 shot Scarlet Dragon to win this race last year for trainer Alan King.
6.00 Palace Of Holyroodhouse Handicap
The inaugural running of Palace Of Holyroodhouse was held last year, a handicap for three-year-olds over five furlongs. The race was won by the hot favourite Art Power, trained by Tim Easterby and ridden by Silvestre De Sousa.
Royal Ascot Day 5 Results
2.30 Chesham Stakes
The Chesham Stakes was extended from six furlongs to seven in 1996 and Aidan O’Brien has won it a record five times since. His winners include Churchill (2016) who went on to win the English and Irish 2000 Guineas as a three-year-old.
3.05 Jersey Stakes
There have been three winning favourites in the Jersey Stakes in the last eight years. Classic form can be worth following here with Ishvana (2012) and Ribchester (2017) having both been placed in the Guineas.
3.40 Hardwicke Stakes
Sir Michael Stoute is the trainer to follow in the Hardwicke Stakes in which he has a phenomenal record. He has won it eleven times, including two-time winner Maraahel (2006, 2007) and Her Majesty The Queen’s Dartmouth (2016).
4.15 Diamond Jubilee Stakes
The last five winners of the Diamond Jubilee Stakes have been prominent in the Ascot betting. A top class International field is expected here with previous winners having come from Ireland, America and Australia.
4.50 Wokingham Stakes
Cape Byron (2019) was the only winning favourite in a race which has produced some big priced returns in Ascot race results in the past ten years. The average winning SP during that period is around 16-1.
5.25 Golden Gates Stakes
The Golden Gates Handicap was held for the first time in 2020 and is for three-year-olds over ten furlongs. The race was won by 20-1 outsider Highland Chief, trained by Paul and Oliver Cole and ridden by Rossa Ryan.
6.00 Queen Alexandra Stakes
The Queen Alexandra Stakes is the longest race in the flat racing calendar and has been farmed by National Hunt trainers in recent years. Nicky Henderson, Willie Mullins, Gordon Elliott and Alan King have all won the Royal Ascot finale.