Get racing tips for Ascot races on this page. Tips are posted by professional punters, Australia's racing media and other punters
If there are no Ascot races at the time, this page will show the Ascot Tipster Leader Board with Australia's punters and racing media ranked by profit on turnover. By looking at these Ascot racing tipping statistics, you will be able to easily judge which form analysts are worth following when placing a bet at the track.
The most revealing stat is Profit on Turnover percentage (POT). This figure, which indicates the percentage of profit returned from the tipster's Ascot racing tips, is displayed under POT. Other statistics include total profit, strike rate and average winning odds from winners at Ascot.
On days when there is an approaching meeting at Ascot, this page displays tips for all punters and tipsters who have tips posted for the race meet.
These tipsters include a mixture of free horse racing tips and tip packages for sale which include tips at the track. The free Ascot tips are sourced from publications that include the West Australian newspaper and OzRace.com.au.
Ascot racecourse is located on the Swan River. One of the most picturesque tracks in Australia it is affectionately known as the "Grand Old Lady" of Aussie race tracks. This name is derived from its early history with racing records dating as far back as 1848.
Two defining features of Ascot include its tri-oval in shape, and the incline of the 294 metre long winning straight. This means that horses need to be strong in the final furlong if they want to taste success at the track.
The highlight on the Ascot racing calendar comes in late November and early December for the three-week Perth summer carnival. This is highlighted by three Group Ones: the Railway Stakes, Winterbottom Stakes, and Kingston Town Classic.