Ascot Results 2021: Royal Ascot Results Today
Royal Ascot Day 5 Results
Chesham Stakes – Result
|2nd||Reach For The Moon||11/1|
jersey Stakes – Result
Hardwicke Stakes – Result
Diamond Jubilee Stakes – Result
|1st||Dream Of Dreams||3/1F|
Wokingham Handicap – Result
Golden Gates Stakes – Result
Queen Alexandra Stakes – Result
|2nd||Calling The Wind||40/1|
|3rd||The Grand Visir||17/2|
Royal Ascot Day 1 Results
Queen Anne Stakes – Result
|2nd||Lope Y Fernandez||12/1|
Coventry Stakes – Result
King’s Stand Stakes – Result
St James’s Palace Stakes – Result
Ascot Stakes – Result
|2nd||M C Muldoon||11/2|
Wolferton Stakes – Result
Copper Horse Handicap – Result
Royal Ascot Day 2 Results
Queen Mary Stakes – Result
Queens Vase – Result
Duke Of Cambridge Stakes – Result
Prince of Wales’s Stakes – Result
Royal Hunt Cup – Result
Windsor Castle Stakes – Result
Kensington Palace Handicap – Result
Royal Ascot Day 3 Results
Norfolk Stakes – Result
|2nd||Go Bears Go||6/1|
Hampton Court Stakes – Result
Ribblesdale Stakes – Result
Gold Cup – Result
Britannia Handicap – Result
King George V Handicap – Result
Buckingham Palace Handicap – Result
Royal Ascot is one of the biggest weeks in the horse racing calendar, but if you’re unable to catch any of the action live, GG are committed to providing Ascot race results for all 36 races spread across the five-day meeting.
Here, we’ll describe in detail how to find results for all of Royal Ascot 2021, what races we’ll be providing results for, and which horses/jockeys results it might be looking out for.
Latest Royal Ascot 2021 Horse Racing Results
So how do you get the latest Royal Ascot results 2021 as they happen? GG’s very own racecards will provide you with all of the horses, jockeys, and trainers that will be participating in Royal Ascot. Once these races have been completed, they will turn into results. Our Royal Ascot 2021 horse racing results will show where any horse finished, what odds they were at the time of the race, and will provide crucial tote information such as what the payouts for the trifecta and exacta were.
Ascot Races Results
The GG racecards and results are constantly updated, and – in the case of the latter – will be available quickly after races are completed. This includes Ascot horse racing results, which, of course, include the Royal Ascot results 2021. You can access these results on GG’s cards + results page.
Day 1 Royal Ascot
Buckingham Palace Handicap
Royal Ascot 2021 kicks off with the Buckingham Palace Handicap, a 7f handicap which was won last year by the Richard Hannon trained Motakhayyel.
Queen Anne Stakes
The Queen Anne Stakes is the first Group 1 race run at Royal Ascot 2021. Frankie Dettori needs one more win to overtake Sir Gordon Richards’ six Queen Anne victories.
The Ribblesdale Stakes is a 1m4f Group 2 which is available to three-year-old fillies. It often sees entrants that have run in the Epsom Oaks.
King Edward VII Stakes
The following King Edward VII Stakes is run over the same distance as the Ribblesdale but is available to three-year-old colts and geldings as opposed to fillies.
King’s Stand Stakes
The King’s Stand Stakes is a fast and furious 5f Group 1 which was won last year by Battaash. Look out for him in GG’s Royal Ascot 2021 horse racing results.
Duke Of Cambridge Stakes
Open to fillies and mares aged four or older, the Duke Of Cambridge Stakes is a 1m Group 2. Sir Michael Stoute is the most successful trainer in the race’s history with four wins.
The concluding race on day 1 of Royal Ascot 2021 is the Ascot Stakes. This handicap is run over a stamina sapping distance of 2m4f.
Day 2 Royal Ascot
Silver Royal Hunt Cup
Day 2 of Royal Ascot 2021 begins with the Silver Royal Hunt Cup. This 1m handicap is one of the newest races added to the Royal Ascot roster.
Hampton Court Stakes
Following the Silver Royal Hunt Cup is the Hampton Court Stakes. This 1m2f Group 3 has been noteworthy for jockey Ryan Moore who has won the race on four occasions.
King George V Stakes
The King George V Stakes is a 1m4f handicap open to three-year-olds. Hukum won the 2020 renewal under Jim Crowley.
Prince Of Wales’s Stakes
The feature race on day 2 of Royal Ascot is the Group 1 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes. Anyone looking for Ascot Results will undoubtedly have their eye on this race.
Royal Hunt Cup
One of the most competitive handicaps of the week, the Royal Hunt Cup is run over a straight mile and often produces a big-priced winner.
Windsor Castle Stakes
The Windsor Castle Stakes is a 5f Listed race which is open to two-year-old horses. Last year’s renewal was won by the Queen’s Tactical.
Copper Horse Handicap
Closing day 2 is the Copper Horse Handicap, this was created last year and is a 1m6f handicap for horses aged four or over.
Day 3 Royal Ascot
Golden Gates Handicap
Day 3 of Royal Ascot begins with the Golden Gates Handicap, a 10f race consigned to three-year-old horses.
The Wolferton Stakes is a 1m2f Listed race open to horses aged four or older. Roger Varian’s Mountain Angel took last year’s renewal.
The first Group race run on day 3 of Royal Ascot is the Jersey Stakes. This race is contested over a straight 7f and Ascot Results will show Sir Michael Stoute has trained seven winners.
Run over the same distance as the Jersey, the Chesham Stakes has Listed status and is open to two-year-old horses.
Arguably the most prestigious race of the week is the Gold Cup. Check out our Ascot Results to see whether Stradivarius can win an incredible fourth straight renewal.
The Britannia Stakes is a 1m handicap open to three-year-old horses.
Day 3 concludes with the Sandringham Stakes, which is a handicap for three-year-old fillies which is run over a straight mile.
Day 4 Royal Ascot
Palace of Holyroodhouse Handicap
Day 4 of Royal Ascot begins with the Palace of Holyroodhouse Handicap. This 5f sprint is available solely for three-year-old horses and was won last year by Art Power.
The Albany Stakes is a Group 3 run over 6f and open to two-year-old fillies. Check out our Ascot race results in 2021 which will include the Albany Stakes.
Following the Albany Stakes is the Norfolk Stakes. Once again restricted to two-year-old horses, the Norfolk Stakes is a Group 2 run over 5f.
The Hardwicke Stakes is a 1m4f Group 2 open to horses aged four or older. Sir Michael Stoute has farmed the race in recent years, taking 11 renewals since 1986.
The feature race on day 4 of Royal Ascot is the Commonwealth Cup. This 6f Group 1 has seen Muhaarar, Caravaggio and Advertise feature in its recent Ascot Results.
The Group 2 Queen’s Vase follows the Commonwealth Cup. This race is run over a distance of 1m6f and has a recent roll of honour which includes the likes of Stradivarius.
Duke of Cambridge Stakes
Day 4 concludes with the Duke of Cambridge Stakes. This 1m4f handicap is open to three-year-old horses and up.
Day 5 Royal Ascot
Silver Wokingham Handicap
Day 5 of Royal Ascot 2021 begins with the Silver Wokingham Handicap. This race attracts a large field, so check out our Ascot Results page to see where your horse finished.
Queen Mary Stakes
The first Group race on the final day of Royal Ascot is the Queen Mary Stakes. This is run over a 5f distance and open to two-year-old fillies.
Following the Queen Mary is the Coventry Stakes. This 6f Group 2 is available for two-year-old horses, and was won last year by 150/1 shot Nando Parrado.
The Coronation Stakes is the first Group 1 run on day 5 of Royal Ascot 2021. This 1m Group 1 is open to three-year-old fillies.
St James’s Palace Stakes
Following the Coronation Stakes is the St James’s Palace Stakes. Run over the same distance, the St James’s Palace is open to colts aged three-years-old.
Diamond Jubilee Stakes
The Diamond Jubilee Stakes is a 6f Group 1. Runners from Tuesday’s King’s Stand often participate in this, so be sure to check out the King’s Stand in our day 1 Ascot Results.
The Wokingham Stakes is run over the same distance as the Diamond Jubilee, yet is a handicap which regularly draws in a high number of runners.
Queen Alexandra Stakes
Royal Ascot 2021 concludes with the Queen Alexandra Stakes. This race is run over a mammoth 2m5f distance, making it the longest flat race run in Britain.