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Home of the Internationally acclaimed Royal Ascot Racecourse and the venue for the annual Royal Ascot race meeting Ascot is just 11 miles by road from Fredrick's.
Ascot Racecourse was founded by Queen Anne in 1711 and since that time, a further eleven monarchs have leant their patronage to the Royal race course.
The Royal Meeting, held annually in the third week in June, is steeped in tradition and pageantry and is interwoven into the very fabric of British culture.
The five-day meeting commences on a Tuesday and each day begins with the Royal Procession - the arrival of The Queen and the Royal party in horse-drawn landaus, which parade along the track in front of the race- goers. The Royal Procession dates back to the 1820s and the reign of King George IV, at which time it was referred to as the Royal Parade or Royal Drive.
Opening Times: Flat Season – 11.00am (April to October) Royal Ascot – 10.30am (June) Jumps Season – 10.45am (October to April)