Royal Procession at Royal Ascot

Royal Ascot 2021 FAQs

Thinking about attending Royal Ascot 2021 but still have a few questions on your mind? This handy FAQ page will cover all your questions on Royal Ascot 2021, answered in one place. From the most apparent to the most unthought-of, we’ve got it all covered below! Eventmasters are here to give you that extra peace of mind, just before the world’s most renowned flat racing event.

“What is Royal Ascot?”

Royal Ascot is a prestigious horse racing meeting held every year. The royal meeting boasts eight group one races – the highest level of thoroughbred and standardbred flat races. The meeting is renowned for its competitive horse racing fixtures, elite fashion and strong ties with the Royal Family. To know more about the highly prized event, see our Royal Ascot Details Post.

“When is Royal Ascot 2o21?”

The spectacular horseracing meeting takes place in June each year. Commencing on a Tuesday, and ending on a Saturday, with the special Ladies Day on Thursday. It is a highlight of the summer season! Royal Ascot 2021 starts on: Tuesday 15th June in 2021. The event lasts five days and reaches its climax on Saturday 20th June. A day to look out for is Ascot Ladies Day, which this year is scheduled for Thursday 17th June. Please note that all Royal Ascot 2021 dates are provisional.

“Where is Royal Ascot?”

The prized event is held at Ascot Racecourse, in Ascot, Berkshire. It is conveniently situated in the gorgeous wooded countryside near Windsor Great Park.

“Where is Ascot Racecourse?”

Ascot Racecourse is conveniently less than a 10-minute walk away from Ascot train station. Racegoers can also easily get to Ascot Racecourse via coach, taxi, or car. For those driving the address is High Street, Ascot, SL5 7JX. See our blog for more detailed instructions on Getting to Ascot Racecourse.

“How many days is Royal Ascot?”

Royal Ascot takes place over five days. During this, the gates open at 10:30am with the Royal Procession starting at 2:00pm. The first race usually begins at 2:30pm, whilst the last race commences at 5:35pm. Afterwards, guests are welcome to stay behind for any further entertainment such as singing around the bandstand – a tradition starting at 6pm. The day draws to a close between 8pm to 9pm.

“What is the Royal Ascot dress code?”

Royal Ascot enforces a firm yet impeccable dress code which all racegoers must adhere to. Fashion and style are a core part of the Royal Ascot experience and the dress code will differ depending on the Enclosure you have access to. In general, racegoers tend to opt for smart, elegant attire. For more tips and ideas, see our essential Royal Ascot Dress Code Guide with dress code details for each specific enclosure.

“What enclosures are at Royal Ascot?”

There are four different enclosures available for guests to enjoy during Royal Ascot. This includes:

  • The Royal Enclosure
  • The Queen Anne Enclosure
  • The Windsor Enclosure
  • The Village Enclosure

Each enclosure boasts a special and unique atmosphere for guests to delight in. For a more thorough breakdown of the different enclosures, see our Royal Ascot Enclosure Guide.

“What is Royal Ascot hospitality?”

Royal Ascot Hospitality is a splendid way to upgrade your Royal Ascot experience. Purchasing a hospitality package ensures your entire day at the racecourse is fully taken care of. Enjoy all the things that Royal Ascot tickets doesn’t provide; exclusive perks such as a champagne reception, four course luncheon, afternoon tea, live music, race cards and much more! For more information or to book one of our VIP packages, see our Royal Ascot Hospitality Page.

“When does the Royal Procession start?”

At 2pm every day at Royal Ascot, the Queen and numerous other members of the Royal Family partake in the Royal Procession. The Royal Landaus, led by four Windsor Greys, approach for what is a short but spectacular arrival.

“Where can I find Royal Ascot betting tips?”

Betting tips can be obtained by speaking to expert tipsters that are present on the day or by visiting major credible horse racing sites that provide racegoers with tips. For more information on Betting At Royal Ascot, see our handy guide.

“When was the first Royal Ascot held?”

According to historians, in 1711, Queen Anne rode her horse from Windsor Castle to Ascot and said, ‘This would be a fine place for a race.’ Since 1711, Royal Ascot has been a well regarded tradition.   For any more questions you may have, see our Royal Ascot News Page and keep updated with all things Royal Ascot.

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