Royal Ascot Live Stream, Free bets and Tips – Watch online

Its time for Royal Ascot, as we bring you the latest Royal Ascot live stream schedule, plus Royal Ascot tips and free bets.

All eyes will descend on Royal Ascot this week for 5 days of top quality racing as racing fans are in for a treat, with no less than three Group One’s on the opening day, which starts today

The well known firm is certainly one of the better bookmakers out there for horse racing fans, and there’s little doubt that their live streaming of every race at Ascot today offers plenty of appeal for punters.

Today sees the Queen Anne Stakes (2.45) and all eyes will be on the highly rated Toronado who is a well backed favourite at 11/8.

A victory over Dawn Approach in the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood has seen Richard Hannon’s star head the betting, but there are question marks due to the fact that the horse has not raced for 10 months. it should be an intriguing race nonetheless!

Later on this afternoon sees Kingman and Night Of Thunder set to renew their rivaly in the St James Palace Stakes (16:25).

Kingman won the Irish 2000 Guineas for John Gosden, while Night of Thunder took the spoils in the English version of the race.

[blockquote source=”John Gosden”]We’ve been over the way the Guineas panned out a thousand times now and it’s all history,”

“Kingman has been in good form since the Curragh and we are happy with him. They’ve won a Guineas each and we’ll see here which of them is best.”


Later in the week Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner Treve running in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes, while on Thursday the Ladies will be out in force for Ladies Day.

The feature race is the Gold Cup, with the Aiden O’Brien horse Leading Light is tipped to get the upper hand on the Queens horse, Estimate.

Friday sees the Coronation Stakes while we round things off o Saturday with the Diamond Jubilee Stakes.

The ground is set o be good – [blockquote source=”Chris Stickels, Clerk of the Course”]The ground is now good, we’re cloudy at the moment, but are due to have sunny spells with temperatures of 20C. “The ground is ideal and I’m very pleased with it.[/blockquote]

With over 250,000 racegoers set to make their way to the famous track we should be in four five days of superb Group One racing.

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