ASCOT - Tue 17 June

2:30 Queen Anne Stakes (British Champions Series) (Group 1) 1m -
3:05 St James´s Palace Stakes (British Champions Series) (Group 1) (Entire Colts) 1m -
3:45 King´s Stand Stakes (British Champions Series & Global Sprint Challenge) (Group 1) 5f -
Race times and titles for all of Tuesday's races will be available 3 weeks in advance

ASCOT - Wed 18 June

2:30 Prince of Wales´s Stakes (British Champions Series) (Group 1) 1m2f -
3:05 Duke of Cambridge Stakes (Group 2) (Fillies & Mares) 1m -
Race times and titles for all of Wednesday's races will be available 3 weeks in advance

ASCOT - Thu 19 June

2:30 Gold Cup (British Champions Series) (Group 1) 2m4f -
3:05 Ribblesdale Stakes (Group 2) (Fillies) 1m4f -
Race times and titles for all of Thursday's races will be available 3 weeks in advance

ASCOT - Fri 20 June

2:30 Coronation Stakes (British Champions Series) (Group 1) (Fillies) 1m -
3:05 King Edward VII Stakes (Group 2) (Colts & Geldings) 1m4f -
Race times and titles for all of Friday's races will be available 3 weeks in advance

ASCOT - Sat 21 June

2:30 Diamond Jubilee Stakes (British Champions Series & Global Sprint Challenge) (Group 1) 6f -
3:05 Hardwicke Stakes (Group 2) 1m4f -
Race times and titles for all of Saturday's races will be available 3 weeks in advance

My Betting Account

THINK Flat racing and most think of Royal Ascot. The hats - running the gamut from stunning to misguided - the pageantry, the Queen in her carriage, the tops 'n' tails, the champagne on lush green lawns and, not forgetting, the incredible racing come together to form one of Britain's most iconic sporting events.

Over five days in mid-June the nation's great and good descend upon the royal racetrack for an occasion rich in every sense - in heritage, in sporting merit,and in the vast array of wealth represented by the crowds of dukes, earls and oligarchs strutting before the grandstand.

For mere mortals Royal Ascot is a chance to watch and wonder at the elaborate outfits donned at the Berkshire racecourse and watch in wonder as the cream of British and Irish Flat talent square off against each other and - increasingly - the steady stream of raiders from Australia, America and other corners of the globe.