Get your tickets in advance. If you choose a tour operator, they’d arrange tickets on your behalf so you don’t have to worry.
The dress code
Decide your dress carefully. The hat is a mandatory accessory for this auspicious occasion. If you don’t wear one, you won’t be thrown out, but you’ll have to face many a dirty looks and sneers. So the best thing is to wear a hat; get a good one, and it’ll look really classy.
And oh by the way, short dresses, halter neck tops that show off your belly, spaghetti dresses and any attire that is revealing is not allowed. For the gents, put on black shoes.
Or maybe a big breakfast; this is how you should start the day. Arrive at the tracks early and relax on the grounds before the race kicks off. Plenty of delicious options to choose from.
And if you prefer eating at the hotel before leaving, then make sure you have a big, nutritious breakfast that gives you enough energy to last throughout the day.
Do try your luck, even if it’s going to be your first time. Before you do, quickly go through the rules.
The Parade Ring
Check out this place before the race begins so that you can take a close look at the horses. Generally gamblers inspect horses before they place any bets.
The afternoon tea
Because you’ll probably miss lunch. Served at the Queen Anne Lawns, this is sure a delicious treat.
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