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2015 Royal Ascot dates, race schedule and tips – get ready for Royal Ascot

The Royal Ascot meeting starts on Tuesday 16 June, with the Queen Ann Stakes and St James’s Palace Stakes two of the highlights

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Roll up for Royal Ascot – there’s nothing quite like this spectacular meeting where high-end fashion meets top-drawer flat racing for five days of action which includes seventeen Group Class races.

The great news is that the bookmakers generally wheel out the free bets for this meeting and there are sure to also be price boosts available on a day-to-day basis.

Free live streaming is also available for bet365 customers who are placing at least £1 on the race in question, meaning you can watch Royal Ascot in the office or on the go with your mobile device.

The prize money for the meeting will once again exceed £4million, with the Queen Ann Stakes getting the ball rolling on Tuesday 16th June and it looks as though Solow will go off as favourite.

Meanwhile, Gleneagles is heavily-fancied to win the St James’s Palace Stakes, with the bookies hoping that they can get the favourite beaten, while Sole Power is back at Royal Ascot aiming to win the King’s Stand Stakes.

14.30 The Queen Anne Stakes
15.05 The Coventry Stakes
15.45 The King’s Stand Stakes
16.25 The St James’s Palace Stakes
17.00 The Ascot Stakes
17.35 The Windsor Castle Stakes

The Prince of Wales’s Stakes is the feature race on Day 2 of Royal Ascot, with Free Eagle heading the market at around odds of 3/1.

14.30 The Jersey Stakes
15.05 The Queen Mary Stakes
15.45 The Prince Of Wales’s Stakes
16.25 The Duke Of Cambridge Stakes
17.00 The Royal Hunt Cup Odds
17.35 The Sandringham Handicap

The Ascot Gold Cup looks to have Forgotten Rules as favourite, with Michael Owen’s Brown Panther entered in the same race and Mizzou is currently trading at 6/1.

14.30 The Norfolk Stakes
15.05 The Tercentenary Stakes
15.45 The Ribblesdale Stakes
16.25 The Gold Cup
17.00 The Britannia Stakes
17.35 The King George V Stakes

Day Four of the meeting includes The Commonwealth Cup, with Limato and Hootenanny among the favourites. The following race is The Coronation Stakes and Found is likely to be the market leader here.

14.30 The Albany Stakes
15.05 The King Edward VII Stakes
15.45 The Commonwealth Cup
16.25 The Coronation Stakes
17.00 The Duke Of Edinburgh Stakes
17.35 The Queen’s Vase Stakes

The final day of Royal Ascot includes the Diamond Jubilee Stakes, with the Wokingham and Hardwicke Stakes also featuring.

14.30 The Chesham Stakes
15.05 The Wolferton Rated Stakes
15.45 The Hardwicke Stakes
16.25 The Diamond Jubilee Stakes
17.00 The Wokingham Stakes
17.35 The Queen Alexandra Stakes

All odds were correct at time of posting.

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