London’s annual Horse Racing event at Royal Ascot

The most prestigious horse racing event in London’s sporting calendar, Royal Ascot sets off on the 18th-22nd June 2013.

Annually attended by Her Majesty the Queen and the royal family Royal Ascot is renowned for attracting high society, horse racing enthusiasts and thrill seekers. Founded in 1711 the event is notorious for its heritage and tradition. The world famous, top quality horse race is held over five days in the third week of June and is steeped in pageantry and showcases British culture in its finest form.

Every year fashion steals the show at Royal Ascot and this year’s dress code is said to be stricter than ever. Formal dress is expected for all attendants with the exception of people with silver ring tickets where there is no dress code. The colourful occasion attracts a variety of well-dressed visitors for this special event.

The racehorse ‘Animal Kingdom’ is the favourite to win this year. In previous years Her Majesty the Queen has owned twenty winning horses throughout her visits at Royal Ascot. The highlight of the event is the Gold Cup Run on Thursday 20th June.

In terms of ticket availability there are three levels of tickets for each day: Silver Ring tickets, Grandstand tickets and Royal Enclosure badges.

The racecourse itself is situated in idyllic woodland surrounded by acres of beautiful countryside. Race days usually have a theme to complement the racing, such as a concert or beer festival and race goers can wine and dine in exclusive restaurants situated around the course.

After a fun-packed day at the races, why not pay us a visit and try our exclusive treatment of the month to completely relax and unwind? Go on, treat yourself to a soothing spa experience after the excitement of sun, royalty and racing.

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