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Royal Ascot is one of the most eagerly-anticipated Flat racing meetings on the calendar, with five days of top-notch action enjoyed by racegoers, punters and even members of the royal family.
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Royal Ascot 2023 gets underway on Tuesday 20 June and concludes with the final races on Saturday 24 June. It takes place across five days of action, hopefully under the warming June sunshine.
The first race of each day of Royal Ascot gets underway at 14:30 GMT. Each race takes place roughly 35 minutes thereafter, with the final race of the day at 18:10 GMT.
There are seven races on each of the five days at Royal Ascot, which of course means that there are 35 races in total.
You can find Royal Ascot tips for many of the races at the festival here at Betfair, although, it's the big races like the Group 1 battles that attract the most interest.
The opening day of Royal Ascot just happens to be one of the most exciting, with the Queen Anne Stakes, King's Stand Stakes and St James's Palace Stakes acting as the headliners.
The Prince of Wales's Stakes is the flagship race on the Wednesday, before the Ascot Gold Cup will see a field of stayers look to emulate the likes of Yeats, Stradivarius and Sagaro in winning the two-mile, three-furlong renewal.
Friday will see some of the best fillies in the business contest the Commonwealth Cup and Coronation Stakes, before the curtain comes down on Royal Ascot on Saturday with the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Stakes acting as the main attraction.