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what is big event tips?

We specialise in providing accurate tips for all the big sport events.

Founded in 1999, we have been providing our exclusive members accurate tips for all the major sports events, such as; The Grand National, The FA Cup, The World Cup, Box Office Boxing, Wimbledon and Royal Ascot .

why choose us?

Our tips are 10X more profitable than anywhere else.

From 1999 to 2019, we have consistantly provided winning tips. We found that by concentrating on the big events, our tips we’re 10x more profitable than the ‘every day’ events.

why?

Big events only cater for the best, and the best draw in the largest crowds, the biggest odds and the most money!

HOW DOES BIG EVENT TIPS WORK?

You can’t just randomly pick a winner

Professional betting is an art. You can’t simply close your eyes, whirl your finger around and point at your selection. You have to study each event, individual competitor and take in to account numerous factors such as; weather, time, distance, etc.

This is where we come in. Our team of experts make all the necessary calculations and then display the results in the members area. The selections are available throughout the time of each event. Once an event has finished, we move on to the next scheduled big event which you will be notifed.

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I love Big Event Tips. The staff are really kind and as a novice, they go above and beyond, helping me with all my silly questions x

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I recently joined this program to make some extra cash while I’m at uni.So far things are looking up. I can’t wait for the next big event!

Tuesday, 18th June

Tuesday’s highlight focuses on impeccable racing which guarantees plenty of excitement from the very start with three Group 1 races.

Whether it’s the Queen Anne Stakes in which Frankel turned in his most sensational performance in 2012, the King’s Stand Stakes, one of the world’s most pre-eminent sprint races, or the St James’s Palace Stakes which attracts horses that have run in the English, French and Irish 2,000 Guineas, Tuesday is without doubt overflowing with class for the true racing enthusiast.

TIME RACE AGE PRIZE FUND DISTANCE
02:30 PM The Queen Anne Stakes (Group 1) 4+ £600,000 One mile
03:05 PM The Coventry Stakes (Group 2) 2 £150,000 Six furlongs
03:40 PM The King’s Stand Stakes (Group 1) 3+ £500,000 Five furlongs
04:20 PM The St James’s Palace Stakes (Group 1) 3 Colts £500,000 Old mile
05:00 PM The Ascot Stakes (Handicap) 4+ £90,000 Two miles, four furlongs
05.35 PM The Wolferton Rated Stakes (Listed) 4+ £100,000 One mile, two furlongs

Wednesday, 19th June Wednesday is a more gently-paced day than the Tuesday, however, there is no compromise on quality. The feature race is the Group 1 Prince of Wales’s Stakes which never fails to disappoint. Considered by many to be Royal Ascot’s most important race of the modern era, it was first run in 1862 to honour the then Price of Wales.

Day 2 also features three Group 2 races – the Queen Mary Stakes, the Queen’s Vase and the Duke of Cambridge Stakes – as well as the Listed Windsor Castle Stakes. The Royal Hunt Cup, a Heritage Handicap, often the biggest betting race during the Royal Meeting, completes the racecard.

TIME RACE AGE PRIZE FUND DISTANCE
02:30 PM The Queen Mary Stakes (Group 2) 2 fillies £110,000 Five furlongs
03:05 PM The Queen’s Vase (Group 2) 3 £150,000 one mile, six furlongs
03:40 PM The Prince of Wales’s Stakes (Group 1) 4+ £750,000 One mile, two furlongs
04:20 PM The Duke of Cambridge Stakes (Group 2) 4+ fillies & mares £175,000 One mile
05:00 PM The Royal Hunt Cup (Heritage Handicap) 3+ £175,000 One mile
05.35 PM The Windsor Castle Stakes (Listed) 2 £90,000 Five furlongs

Thursday, 20th JuneThursday is vibrant, celebratory and steeped in tradition being the home of the famed Gold Cup. As the showpiece event of Royal Ascot week, it is the world’s premier race for horses that are specialists over long distances. Ascot’s oldest surviving race, the Gold Cup has provided some of the Royal Meeting’s greatest moments including Her Majesty The Queen’s filly Estimate, who, in 2013, was the first winning horse of the Gold Cup ever by a reigning monarch. The third day also includes two impressive Group 2 and a Group 3 race, as well as the Britannia Stakes and the King George V Stakes.

TIME RACE AGE PRIZE FUND DISTANCE
02:30 PM The Queen Anne Stakes (Group 1) 4+ £600,000 One mile
03:05 PM The Coventry Stakes (Group 2) 2 £150,000 Six furlongs
03:40 PM The King’s Stand Stakes (Group 1) 3+ £500,000 Five furlongs
04:20 PM The St James’s Palace Stakes (Group 1) 3 Colts £500,000 Old mile
05:00 PM The Ascot Stakes (Handicap) 4+ £90,000 Two miles, four furlongs
05.35 PM The Wolferton Rated Stakes (Listed) 4+ £100,000 One mile, two furlongs

Friday, 21st June Friday has a personality of its own. Revolving around six top-class races including two world-class Group 1, a Group 2, Group 3 and two competitive handicap races, Friday at Royal Ascot is the perfect lead-in to a long weekend and ideal for corporate entertaining and group hospitality. The first of the Group 1 races, the Coronation Stakes, is an exciting one-mile race for three-year-old fillies, while the Commonwealth Cup is one of the Flat season’s most important races for young sprinters. Friday guarantees plenty of racing drama for the enthusiast.

TIME RACE AGE PRIZE FUND DISTANCE
02:30 PM The Albany Stakes (Group 3) 2 fillies £90,000 Six furlongs
03:05 PM The King Edward VII Stakes (Group 2) 3 colts & geldings £225,000 One mile, four furlongs
03:40 PM The Commonwealth Cup (Group 1) 3 £500,000 Six furlongs
04:20 PM The Coronation Stakes (Group 1) 3 fillies £500,000 Old mile
05:00 PM The Sandringham Stakes (Listed) (Handicap) 3 fillies £90,000 One mile
05.35 PM The Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (Handicap) 3+ £90,000 One mile, four furlongs

Saturday, 22nd June As the final day falls on a weekend, understandably the atmosphere is more relaxed, however, there is certainly no let-up when it comes to the quality of the racing. The highlight of the day is the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes, one of the world’s great international sprint races. With the Group 2 Harwicke Stakes bringing together some of the best older middle-distance horses, the Wokingham Stakes, the meeting’s oldest heritage handicap, and the Queen Alexandra Stakes, the longest race of the week and of the entire Flat season, there is plenty to enthral racegoers and to ensure that Royal Ascot comes to a fitting close.

TIME RACE AGE PRIZE FUND DISTANCE
02:30 PM The Chesham Stakes (Listed) 2 £90,000 Seven furlongs
03:05 PM The Jersey Stakes (Group 3) 3 £90,000 Seven furlongs
03:40 PM The Hardwicke Stakes (Group 2) 4+ £225,000 One mile, four furlongs
04:20 PM The Diamond Jubilee Stakes (Group 1) 4 £600,000 Six furlongs
05:00 PM The Wokingham Stakes (Heritage Handicap) 3+ £175,000 Six furlongs
05.35 PM The Queen Alexandra Stakes (Conditions) 3+ £90,000 Two miles, six furlongs
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