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Your Guide to The Royal Ascot 2018

Your Guide to The Royal Ascot 2018A GUIDE TO FASHION, FOOD AND DRINK FOR THIS YEARS FIVE-DAY RACING SPECTACULAR - THE ROYAL ASCOT.






With the Royal Ascot fast approaching,
the trainers and their 509 horses are preparing for the journey to the most
valuable horse race in Britain. With a whopping 7.3m in prize money it’s sure
to be a thrilling event, Royal Ascot annually welcomes over 300,000 attendees –
including the Queen - over the five-day race spectacular and is certainly an
event to add to the calendar for both equestrian and non-equestrian people alike.





The Royal Ascot racecourse employs
an extra 6,500 temporary staff during the event, meaning 2,000 hours of training
to maintain the high standards of the Royal Ascott attendees. Keeping the
ground looking pristine for all of the visitors requires 3,500 cleaners working
24/7 to keep the racecourse perfectly presented.


The grooms job at the Royal Ascot
is probably one of the most important jobs, as they have to prepare and make
the horses look their best ahead of the race. Grooms also take care of all of the
horse’s needs, not just whilst at the Royal Ascot, but on a daily basis. Many
racehorses have been known to wear the Premier Equine
Magni-Teque Magnetic Horse Rug with Neck Cover and
the Premier Equine
Nano-Tec Infrared Horse Rug as part of their daily routine as well as helping prepare
their muscles before and after a race.


The Royal Ascot isn’t just well-known
for the horse racing, in coming years it has become an occasion for fashion and
style - famous for some particularly interesting and, in some cases, outrageous
headpieces. In the words of Royal Ascot "Royal Ascot is synonymous
with sartorial elegance. This is upheld by our dress code, which invites guests
to contribute to an occasion heralded as a major fashion event in its own
right.”


For the ultimate guide to the
Royal Ascot dress code for each enclosure please take a look at the guidelines
below:



 

FOOD & DRINK





There are over 100 bars and
food outlets on the racecourse, from sit down fine-dining to a quick snack,
there is something for everyone.


Eatery options include:


·Bandstand Restaurant: Prime location with classic breakfast and lunch options – street food
available later in the day.


·Norfolk Restaurant: Delicious
three-course a la carte menu, using the best in-season produce.


·Taylors Lobster and Champagne
Bar: Serving their signature lobster roll and selection of charcuterie, cheese
and speciality hot beverages.


·Seafood Terrace: Sourcing
fresh ingredients from the Shetland Isles, Cornish and Dorset coastlines.


·Hatters Cocktail Bar: London’s
finest mixologists sell their classic cocktails with their usual flair and
panache.


·Lavazza on 4: The official
coffee of Ascot serving a variety of delicious hot drinks and a selection of
cakes and sandwiches.


·Equiano Champagne Bar: A
wonderful bar situated right by the winning post names after the French
Thoroughbred racehorse who won the Group One King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot
in 2008 and 2010.


·Frankel Bar: Named after the highest-rated
racehorse of all time, our track-facing bar offers a selection of champagne,
wines, mulled wines and beers, and enables you to combine comfort with stunning
views of the racing.


·Horsewalk Bar: The perfect
spot for you to enjoy a glass of champagne, wine or beer whilst watching the
jockeys mount their horses in the parade ring.


·Bollinger Bar: Al fresco
Champagne bar with table service serving a wide selection of Bollinger Champagne,
the official Champagne of Ascot.


·Cedar Tree Lawn Bar: Enjoy a
selection of Club sandwiches or a tray of Salmon Blini served to your table on
the elegant Cedar Tree Lawns.


·Juniper Garden Bar: Gin and
cocktail bar serving an array of cocktails including the Royal Blush.


·Woodford Reserve Bar: The
official Bourbon of the Kentucky Derby, serving a selection of small batch
distilled Bourbon.


·Blush Wine Bar: Wondering Wine
Co’s established wine bar offering a wide selection of wines, champagne and a
special toffee apple cider.


·Wood Fire Pizza Company:
Delicious hand-made pizza made in authentic wood fired ovens. Dough balls and
soft drinks also available.


·Miss Andretti: Speciality
coffees and classic cocktails, miniature afternoon tea also available.


·1768 Grill + Tea Rooms:
Restaurant specialising in lobster and steak lunches and a selection of
afternoon teas.


·Grundy Bar and Kitchen:
Immerse yourself in the heart of the Pre-Parade ring whilst enjoying a
selection of charcuterie and cheese boards, perfectly paired with fine wine.


·B.O.B’s Lobster: Warm handmade
Argentinian pasties, freshly cooked with a variety of fillings.


·Gamekeeper Burgers: Gourmet
burgers made by ‘Gamekeeper’ who believe the secret to a good burger is great
ingredients.


· Windsor Greys: The Windsor Greys restaurant has a
walk-ups policy and will be serving a wonderful two course buffet, also serving
a selection of platters, Champagnes and wines to tables outside in the Royal
Enclosure. Non-bookable Royal Ascot Afternoon Tea is also available.


· Bangers and Bubbles: A classic on-the-go dining option with a
twist, choose from a selection of Cumberland and pork sausages sourced from the
Royal Farms, Windsor. Combine with a glass of Prosecco, bottle of craft beer or
soft drink.







If you're not lucky enough to attend the Royal Ascot this year, the races are broadcasted all over the world with 23 hours of live television coverage so you don't have to miss a minute of the action! 


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