Royal Ascot 2020 is upon us and punters everywhere are planning for five of the biggest days of the flat season. The Royal meeting is traditionally the biggest festival within flat racing, with eight Group ones across five days of blockbuster action.
Royal Ascot 2020 will seem a little unusual however, with it being stages behind closed doors and will be ran in just the third week of the flat season. Due to this however, there are six new races to this year's festival, with seven on the first four days and there is an eight-race card to round the week up on the Saturday.
Horse racing isn’t necessarily everyone’s cup of tea however with little sporting action about at the moment, we want to try and get everyone involved in the fun across the five days of action, even if it’s just a few bets a day.
The action kicks off at 13:15 every day and runs until the final race starting at 16:40 however as mentioned an extra race on Saturday means the action will begin at an earlier time of 12:40.