Three Best Winners of Royal Ascot

Royal Ascot is one of the best racing events in the United Kingdom. A huge number of Britishers visit the Ascot Racecourse every year for their fun and entertainment.

As the popular event is nearing, the excitement level of every racing fan is also increasing. Some have already made their preparations by getting the betting offers for betfred royal ascot while others are planning to do it soon.
1- Brown Jack

It looks unlikely that any racehorse could ever match the record of Brown Jack. The amazing horse carved out a big name for himself in the horse racing world by winning six consecutive Queen Alexandra Stakes at Royal Ascot. Steve Donoghue was the famous jockey who rode Brown Jack to victory all six times.

He started as a hurdler and claimed victory at the 1928 Champion Hurdle. He then switched to flat racing and garnered extraordinary successes there. After winning the Ascot Stakes in 1928, he went on an incredible run and won the Queen Alexandra Stakes six times, the Goodwood Cup, Doncaster Cup, and the Chester Cup. 

2- Black Caviar

Royal Ascot has destroyed the great reputations of many superstars. Only a few managed to keep their reputation intact and Black Caviar proved himself to be one such horse.

She was in a great form before she entered the 2012 Diamond Jubilee Stakes. With 21 consecutive wins to her name, everyone was expecting Black Caviar to do well at Royal Ascot. The weight of expectations was on her shoulders, but it did not take long for her to take a commanding lead to calm the fears of her trainer Peter Moody. Although she could not maintain her same breathtaking speed and other competitors came close to her, she held on to win which is what matters in the end. It was a difficult victory for Black Caviar and it earned her much fame.

She went on to claim 25 consecutive wins and ended her career with a perfect record. The great horse won the Australian Racehorse of the Year and the Australian Champion Sprinter for three consecutive times. She can boast of one of the highest Timeform ratings.


3- Frankel

Sir Henry Cecil, one of the greatest trainers in history, described Frankel as ‘the best horse I have ever seen.’ With a 147 Timeform rating, he has the distinction of being the highest-rated horse in the organization’s history.

Frankel gave a great display at the 2011 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes and won it by 4 lengths. He later stunned everyone at the Queen Anne Stakes to win by an incredible eleven lengths. He never lost a race and ended his career with 14 victories.