Around 300,000 people are expected to attend Royal Ascot in Berkshire over the next five days. The event starts this morning, and is expected to be more popular than ever due to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The most iconic event in racing gets underway in Berkshire today. Royal Ascot will be made all the more special this year due to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Around three hundred thousand people are expected to attend the five day event.
A horse from Kent who broke the world record for the fastest electronically recorded time over 5 furlongs at Epsom earlier this month is due to run at Ascot today.
Stone of Folca trained by John Best at Hucking will take part in this afternoon's King Stand Stakes.
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300,000 horse racing fans will descend on Royal Ascot this week and this year they'll be under scrutiny for what they're wearing. For the first time ever, a specially trained team of dress code assistants will be on hand to offer advice on what they should and shouldn't be wearing.
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