Royal Ascot is five day Horse racing festive were the Best horses from the world competing at the highest level. This 2020 Royal Ascot Horse Race will be played at Ascot, UK. As per Schedule this Royal Ascot Race 2020 will be schedule to played between June 16—20, 2020. An Event consists of 36 races, beginning with the reintroduced Buckingham Palace Handicap at 1.15 on Tuesday 16 June.
All the horse racing fans of UK, USA will catch the Royal Ascot live-action and online streaming on Sky sports racing and ITV channel via their apps and website.
ITV acquired broadcasting rights for most major horse racing events including this one of Royal Ascot 2020 live in UK. The best part? You can watch the broadcast for free! Check the official schedule for broadcast times.
o watch horse racing live on ITV:
- Get ExpressVPN.
- Connect to a server location in the UK.
- Sign up at ITV or TV Player. You may need to supply a valid UK postal code (e.g., “WC1X 0AA”).
- Start watching for free!
If you want to Watch Royal Ascot on mobile then go to Hulu app (on Android or iOS) or AT&T TV Now app (on Android and iOS).
Importance of Royal Ascot Race
Established in 1711 by Queen Anne, Ascot flaunts a rich history. Illustrious Ascot goes back to 1911 and is the feature at the track every year.
The Queen has gone to each regal gathering during her rule, showing up by horse-attracted carriage an imperial parade every day.
Due to Covid-19 Pandemic just like the other sports this events will also to be held behind closed doors with a rearranged racing schedule. This year there will be £3,680,000 in prize-money on offer, a 55 per cent reduction from the £8,095,000 figure announced in December last year due to the impact of coronavirus.
What is the feature race?
There are eight Group 1 contests at Royal Ascot and the standout is the Gold Cup, which was first run in 1807.
What are highlights of the other race
There are two Group 1s on Tuesday: the Queen Anne Stakes (1.50) and the King’s Stand Stakes (3.35), with top runner Battaash focusing on his first triumph in the last-named challenge.
Frankel, who resigned unbeaten after 14 beginnings, was a splendid champ of the Queen Anne in 2012.
There is one Group 1 on Wednesday, the Prince of Wales’ Stakes (3.00), won a year ago by extraordinary center separation campaigner Crystal Ocean for Sir Michael Stoute.
Nearby the Gold Cup on Thursday, there is the Group 3 Jersey Stakes (2.25), arrived by future Queen Anne victor Ribchester in 2016.