Royal Ascot tips 2020

FREE professional horse racing tips for  Royal Ascot 2020.

Join Professional Tipster Keith Bond For a FREE Royal Ascot Preview Evening on Monday 15th June at 8pm.

Join Professional Tipster Keith Bond For a FREE Royal Ascot Preview Evening on Monday 15th June at 8pm.

Look out for Keith's FREE tips for all 36 races, in your inbox every morning throughout Royal Ascot.

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The British Horse Racing Authority are planning to return to a limited fixture list from the 1st June 2020, in line with Government advice on Coronavirus.  These meetings will be held behind closed doors, meaning there will be no spectators flocking to the racecourses.  Royal Ascot is one of the fixtures that has kept it's original dates and if the Government allow, it will go ahead.

Royal Ascot have been planning on this eventuality and announced on Friday 22nd May, it's intention to increase the race card for the whole festival to 36 races!  This has meant 6 new races being added over Royal Ascot Week, with 1 additional race Tuesday to Friday, and on the Saturday there will be 8 races to enjoy.

This has meant our usual guide which we have been preparing as though the normal Royal Ascot may go ahead may take a few days to bring up to speed with all the changes, we will be working to get them done as soon as we can.

When is the Royal Ascot Festival 2020?

Royal Ascot 2020 takes place from the 16th – 20th  June.  The first race each day starts at 1.15pm

Royal AscotRoyal Ascot is a big feature in both the horse racing and social calendar for many.  Ascot racecourse hosts a special week of races and is usually attended by HRH The Queen.

Ascot racecourse usually welcomes around 300,000 racegoers over the five day meeting to see some of the world’s most finest racehorses in six world class races over the five day Ascot festival.  This year, due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the whole meeting will be held behind closed doors – the good news is that the meeting will be screened live on tv.

It’s going to be a different experience, but the racing is still going to be the best flat racing of the year.

 

This is our TWELFTH Royal Ascot…

We love Royal Ascot here at Free Racing Tips, the team have been really busy preparing the best guide to Royal Ascot that we can for our members.

Keith has been studying the form, stats and analysing performance of horses destined for their moment in one of the 36 races taking place this year.  The new additions will have less information available to them till nearer the time, and will be updated as more is known about them.

With the lack of racing over the past few weeks due to Coronavirus, and the uncertainty of whether Royal Ascot is even allowed to go ahead, it’s made things really difficult this year, however we have put together our Royal Ascot Guide as though it will be going ahead in 2020.

We have compiled all the stats for as far back as 12 years ago for every race.  We include everything you need to help you make better betting selections, with our useful trends section.

Keith will make a short list of main contenders for each race, and give his considered opinion on each of their chances.  Then he will wittle them down to provide you with his best selection for the race, and the out side chance for a place too.

We will regularly update our Royal Ascot tips as new information is released and add to our resources, available to our members.

Our Royal Ascot Tips

You can see Keith’s latest antepost thoughts on every single race for Royal Ascot 2020:

Royal Ascot Trends and Stats

For each Royal Ascot race we have compiled stats and trends for the past 12 years (where data allows).  This has enabled us to find out some pretty good insights into what is needed from each horse to win each race.

Here’s some nuggets from the analysis of the Royal Ascot stats:

In the St James’s Palace Stakes, all of the previous 12 winners had run in the past 45 days;  11 of the winners had at least 2 runs in the season, and had won at least once already in the season.

We found that all 12 winners in the Coventry Stakes had at least one win in the current season, none of which wore head gear.

11 out of the 12 winners of the Queen Mary Stakes had their last run between 13 and 55 days previous and had never won at Ascot before, but they all had at least one previous flat win in the current season.

For the Commonwealth Cup, we found that all five winners had a previous race 20-48 days ago, all five had run at 6 furlongs at least 3 times and recorded at least one win at the trip.

There have only been five winners in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes and all five of them had run at least 7 times and four of them have won at least 5 times.  All five winners were rated between 114 and 120.

As you can see, by studying the form and previous winners, patterns can be formed, which can help you narrow the field and make better decisions.  Each of our race pages have the full list of trends from the data available for each race.

And we have tips for them all!

 Yes indeed!

We will be sharing our tips for Royal Ascot with our members every single day of Royal Ascot week.

We will also have a Preview show which will be on the evening before the racing starts – this will look at the festival as a whole and will include tips, insight, analysis and opinion on the week ahead.

Our Inner Circle members will enjoy all the best tips before everyone else, a live Q&A and a printed copy of our Royal Ascot Guide.

Our VIP Club members will receive tips for all the races on the evening before the races, will be able to watch the replay of the live Q&A, and will receive the Royal Ascot Guide in electronic format ahead of our standard members.

All members will receive an electronic copy of our Royal Ascot guide ahead of the festival.  Will recieve Keith’s best tip of the day, and also some bonus tips thrown in too – all sent out via email on the morning of the race day.

Who is FRT’s Royal Ascot Tipster?

Keith Bond is our resident pro tipster here at FRT Towers. Keith lives and breathes horse racing, having begun his love of horse racing over 40 years ago with a part time job at Catterick Racecourse, as one of three fourteen year-olds looking after two jumps and a hurdle.

Over the years, Keith has been a regular at the northern tracks attending countless race meetings and building up a network of contacts, and a portfolio of systems and strategies. 

He was one of the co-founders of Free Racing Tips all the way back in 2008, and his free tips are now backed by more than seventy thousand FRT members every single day.

This is Keith’s 3rd Royal Ascot since returning as our Free Racing Tips tipster, take a look through our Royal Ascot pages to see all his selections, thoughts and analysis for each and every race, during this fabulous festival of finest horse racing.

What Our Members Say about Keith, our Royal Ascot Tipster

“Thanks Keith – It’s great to be part of an amazing group of people all after the same thing, passing on tips to beat the bookies”

Colin Parkinson, Harrow.

The FRT community love Keith’s attention to detail, knowledge of past races, and ability to pick horses…

“You offer some great tips, some fantastic outsiders tipped up as well. Most tipsters just put up favourites. Well done and keep up the good work”

John Woolley, Stockport

Look out for Keith’s day one tips in your inbox on June the 15th*

Keith’s Inner Circle members will get priority access to the tips the night before racing – usually by 7pm.

VIP club members also get informed of Keith’s tips the night before – usually by 9pm.

Standard FRT members will receive Keith’s tips on the morning of the races – usually by 9am.

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