Royal Ascot 2018 continues today as day three of this year’s meeting takes place.
Today’s feature race is the Group One Gold Cup at 4.20pm, which is one of the feature races of the entire season and was won by the Queen’s own horse, Estimate, in 2013.
Chief supporting races include the Norfolk Stakes (2.30pm), Ribblesdale Stakes (3.40pm) and then some very competitive handicaps across the rest of the afternoon.
Francesca Cumani and Ed Chamberlin will be joined throughout the afternoon by Jason Weaver and Hayley Turner, on course reports comes from Oli Bell and Rishi Persad, with fashion tips and advice from Mark Heyes and Charlotte Hawkins.
9.30am – 10.30am: The Opening Show on ITV4
1.30pm – 6.00pm: ITV Racing live on ITV4
The coverage will also be streamed live via the ITV Hub.
2.30 – The Norfolk Stakes
3.05 – The Hampton Court Stakes
3.40 – The Ribblesdale Stakes
4.20 – The Gold Cup
5.00 – The Britannia Stakes
5.35 – The King George V Stakes
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