The Pre-Parade Ring is where the horses are walked around by their handler prior to saddling for the race.
This gives the racegoer an opportunity to see the horses ahead of the race. After a few circuits the horse will then be led away to be prepared for the race.
Royal Ascot is internationally renowned as a sporting and social occasion, where tradition, pageantry and fashion all meet in a glorious setting.
2006 welcomed a new era at Ascot Racecourse with the celebration of the magnificent grandstand. Here you can find out more about the history of the Grandstand, how to place a bet inside, and general racing information.
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