Date & Time
24/06/2017 - 12:00 am
Royal Ascot closes with the Diamond Jubilee Stakes; one of the world’s great international sprint races and the second British leg of the Global Sprint Challenge.
It was famously won in 2012 by Black Caviar, who put her unbeaten record on the line to ensure global prestige. In 2016, Twilight Son won the final day at Royal Ascot giving trainer Henry Candy his third Royal Ascot win and jockey Ryan Moore his sixth win for the week. In second place was Gold-fun with Signs Of Blessing coming in third.
On the Saturday, although the fashions are as elaborate as they are during the rest of the Royal Meeting, there is a relaxed family feel, as many people who are unable to attend during the week come along to enjoy the experience of the greatest race meeting in the world.
Corinthian Sports are proud to offer hospitality on the lawns and terraces of the Queen Anne Enclosure where you can enjoy first rate views of the day’s races, joining the jubilant crowds as they cheer each winner home. You’ll be at the heart of the day’s activity. Close to the runners and riders in the Pre-Parade and Parade Ring and front row as the Royal Procession passes by the Grandstand.
Royal Ascot Schedule:
Tuesday 20th June: Opening Day
Wednesday 21st June: Prince of Wales’s Stakes
Thursday 22nd June: Gold Cup Day
Friday 23rd June: The Coronation Stakes
Saturday 24th June: The Diamond Jubilee Stakes
Enquiries are closed for this event.