Royal Ascot Tips
As the flat racing action rolls in thick and fast, you’ll want to keep up to speed with the betting for all the grade one races, and indeed every race of Royal Ascot 2020. Fortunately, Racing Tips are offering a whole host of Ascot tips on each of the five days, ensuring you get the most bang for your buck.
Alongside features and race previews, you’ll see these hot tips across our site and can wager and cash in as you please amidst the thrilling racing drama. .
Royal Ascot Day 5 Tips
The final day of Royal Ascot action brings five days of unrelenting entertainment to an end, albeit with a bang. With the Alexandra Stakes acting as the finale to the pinnacle of the flat racing season, get in on the day five betting action with our Royal Ascot tips and live streaming services.
|Time||Race||Our Tip||Place Bet|
|12:40pm||Silver Wokingham||Nahaarr||Place Bet|
|1:15pm||Queen Mary Stakes||Wings Of A Dove||Place Bet|
|1:50pm||Coventry Stakes||Painless Potter||Place Bet|
|2:25pm||Coronation Stakes||Run Wild||Place Bet|
|3:00pm||St James’ Palace Stakes||Threat||Place Bet|
|3:35pm||Diamond Jubilee Stakes||Speak In Colours||Place Bet|
|4:10pm||Wokingham Handicap||Silent Echo||Place Bet|
|4:40pm||Queen Alexandra Stakes||The Grand Visir||Place Bet|
Ascot Free Bets
If you’re looking for Ascot tips, you’ll also want to make the most of our Ascot free bet offers, with plenty of our partner bookmakers – like Bet365 – offering a whole host of deals and promotions for your services, whether you’re a new or existing customer.
And that’s not all. Aside from Bet365, the other big bookies – William Hill, Paddy Power, Ladbrokes, and the likes – will also be offering similar deals, worthy of the attention of fans and punters alike.
With Racing Tips, all this and more will be available to ensure whether it’s Royal Ascot day 1, or the Diamond Jubilee finale, you’ll have the best free bets at your disposal as the action and entertainment unfolds.
Royal Ascot Dates & Racing Schedule
In order to make the most of our free bets and various Ascot odds, you’ll want to make sure you’re all clued up on when every single race of the day unfolds.
Indeed, each day will offer seven swashbuckling races, with the final day of drama – Royal Ascot day 5 – offering eight. What’s more, the action will kick off at 1:15pm each day, culminating at 4:40pm to provide viewers with an afternoon worthy of all the talent and entertainment on offer.
Across this mid-June racing bonanza, you’ll be able to catch every moment of racing action, as well as all the best Ascot tips. However, if you’re unable to grace the enclosures of Berkshire yourself, well…
Royal Ascot Live Streaming
If you’re unable to catch the live 2020 Royal Ascot action, well, fret not, for Racing Tips are offering the next best thing: live streaming services.
Indeed, you’ll be made to feel as if you’ve been transported track-side, experiencing the thrill and exhilaration of live racing without any of the real-life complications.
All you have to do is sign up with a major bookmaker – Bet365 lead the live-stream charge – confirm your personal details, and you’ll be able to watch every single one of the 30 races from wherever you want in the UK.
You’ll be able to place bets accordingly as the action unfolds, live and in-play – including recovery bets should your wagers take a turn for the worse.
So, whether you’re out and about or on the go, you won’t be missing a single moment of the Royal Ascot 2020 action, with our Ascot tips and offers.
Royal Ascot History
Royal Ascot as we know it today has been shaped by years of historical changes, celebrations, legislations, and figures.
Indeed, it was Queen Anne in 1711 who first saw the potential for a racecourse at East Cote. She declared that the setting seemed the perfect place for ‘horses to gallop at full stretch’ and bought the land for a, then, large amount of £558, demanding it to be cleared and prepped for racing.
The men who were put to the task were led by none other than William Lowen. With Lowen and his team of helpers on hand, the first permanent building was erected successfully in 1793.
From there on, things developed quickly, with her Majesty’s Plate – one of the first races to become ingrained in Ascot tradition – featuring three separate heats, becoming an annual event which we now see leading the Ascot tips.