Ascot Day Three

Royal Ascot Races - Thursday Day Three Ladies Day

Royal Ascot ThursdayThe Ladies take centre stage on day 3 of the festival as it is Royal Ascot Ladies day and on the racing front Day 3's highlight is the Royal Ascot Gold Cup along with a number of excellent handicaps including the Britannia and the Norfolk Stakes. You can get all the very best Royal Ascot free bets right here on this site.

2016 Day 3 Card

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The Norfolk Stakes

Day three of the Royal Ascot festival kicks off with The Norfolk Stakes which is now a group 2 sprint race for 2 year olds. So much depends on getting a good break and this can often dictate the outcome.

Ascot Norfolk Stakes

The Ribblesdale Stakes 2016

The Ribblesdale Stakes is a group 2 for 3 year olds fillies over the Oaks distance of 1 mile 4 furlongs. This gives the horses that ran in the Oaks another chance for group honours.

Ascot Ribblesdale Stakes

The Ascot Gold Cup 2016

The Gold Cup is one of the best spectacles of the Royal Ascot meeting as it is run over the extreme distance of 2 mile 4 furlongs and is a group 1 for 4 year olds and older.

Royal Ascot Gold Cup

Past Ascot Gold Cup Results

Britannia Stakes

The Britannia Stakes is a handicap for 3 year olds over the mile course. There is usually a very large field and it is great to see the runners charge up the straight mile course.

Ascot Britannia Stakes

The Hampton Court Stakes

The Queen Mary is the best sprint of the season for the 2 year olds and usually throws up a real good one. This 5 furlong race is always very competitive and it takes something special to come home in front.

Ascot Hampton Court Stakes

The King George V Stakes

The King George V Stakes is a handicap for 3 year olds and is run over the 1 mile 4 furlong course. The Royal Ascot betting on the King George V is generally very open but it is always a very good handicap and offers value punters an opportunity to back a Royal Ascot winner at a potentially big price.

Ascot King George V Stakes