Royal Ascot Runners
With a range of different race types on the Royal Ascot race card, each year we see both new and old Royal Ascot runners at the festival. There are many 2 year-old Royal Ascot races so horses running in these contests will be new to the meeting as all racehorses start their careers at this age.
However, there are plenty of Royal Ascot horses that return year-after-year and compete in Royal Ascot races the following season. A recent example of this is the 2018 and 2019 Ascot Gold Cup winner – Stradivarius – who returned to Royal Ascot in 2019 to successfully defend his Gold Cup crown.
Which horses are running at Royal Ascot 2020?
Sprinting horses tend to have a slightly longer racing life span, so races like the Diamond Jubilee Stakes, King’s Stand and Commonwealth Cup are other Royal Ascot races that we tend to see horses that have run at the meeting in the past too.
The Charles-Hills-trained Battaash, who was runner-up in the 2018 and 2019 King’s Stand Stakes, is a recent example of this.
Royal Ascot 2020 – Royal Ascot Runners
Below you’ll find a list of Royal Ascot Runners leading up to Ascot 2020. As we draw ever nearer to the 2020 Ascot meet, in June 2020, the Ascot race cards will become clearer and we will know which entries will be running for the main races like the Royal Ascot Gold Cup, King’s Stand Stakes, Diamond Jubilee Stakes and the Commonwealth Stakes.
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Royal Ascot 2019 Gold Cup Results
Stradivarius wins the Royal Ascot Gold Cup 2019, making it back to back victories.
- Stradivarius (L. Dettori) (1/1F)
- Dee Ex Bee (S. De Sousa) (7/2)
- Master of Reality (W. M. Lordan) (66/1)
- Cross Counter (J. Doyle) (4/1)
- Flag of Honour (R. L. Moore) (11/1)