The nation’s richest raceday returns this weekend, with Royal Ascot playing host to the highly-anticipated Royal Ascot spectacle on Saturday.
Don’t forget to get your bets down on the ITV7 Racing competition at Ascot.
What is the ITV7?
ITV7 racing competition refers to the horse racing competition played on ITV during certain race day, including the Royal Ascot Festival.
Viewers have to predict the 7 winners of a certain selection of horse races for that day.
If you are taking part in the ITV7 racing racing tipster competition then here’s where you can find the best ITV racing tips for today’s horse racing.
Despite taking place behind closed doors due to the current coronavirus pandemic, the event remains one of the most popular races throughout the season. ITV Sport has a number of races each Saturday which you can bet on.
How do I play ITV7?
ITV7 is very easy and straight forward to play.
The format is similar to an accumulator, with punters needing all tips to win in order to collect the prize money. It differs from an accumulator in three fundamental ways – there are no rollover winnings; there is only one winner each day; and leg accumulators are not accepted.
All the races included in the ITV7 competition are featured on ITV Racing.
What are the ITV 7 racess at Aintree today?
All races will be available to watch live on Sky Sports Racing and ITV1.
But media rights organisation Racecourse Media Group have also generated global interest, with FOX Sports showing the fixture for the very first time in the United States.
SuperSport and ESPN will also show the event in Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean respectively.
And other nations are getting in on the act, with the races available on Match in Russia, as well as the Dubai Racing Channel and TV Poland.
This year may not be like others for all the wrong reasons, but fortunately there is still reason to celebrate.
It’s the 10th anniversary of ‘the Ultimate Raceday’, and as always, will feature some of the world’s best.
What are the ITV Results?
The results of the competition will be announced by Ed Chamerlain during the ITV Racing Show.
The six high-quality races will be closely contested, in what is the culmination of the QIPCO British Champions Series.
The day also brings an end to the British Flat season, with countless notable jockeys and horses ready to end their campaign in style.
British Championship Series Limited have also announced an added bonus, with this year’s race now recognised as a World Pool event.
The six races will form part of a worldwide betting pool, which is great if you follow templegate’s tips with fans now able to bet into a single pool following the agreement with UK Tote Group and Hong Kong Jockey Club.
Stradivarius is currently evens to come out on top in the QIPCO British Champions Long Distance Cup.
ITV7 for Saturday
Search For A Song can be backed at 6/1, with Fujaira Prince and Dawn Patrol available at 9/1.
Wonderful Tonight and Dame Malliot are favorites in the QIPCO British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes. They have been given odds of 7/2 and 4/1 respectively.
At 8/13, Palace Pier is strong favourite to finish first in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, with Magical the leader at 7/4 to win the QIPCO Champion Stakes.
And completing the day is the Balmoral Handicap, where Raaeq and Tempus are currently being backed by the bookies. The former is currently 5/1 to come first, with the latter available at 15/2.