British Champions Day 2022
15th October 2022
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Champions Day Experiences
Copid Beech Hotel
The Coppid Beech Hotel in Berkshire is wonderfully located near to Royal Windsor and Ascot. The Hotel has easy access to the M3 and M25 and is 25 minutes away from Heathrow Airport, 45 minutes away from London and 8 minutes away from Bracknell’s train station. The unique alpine styled venue offers everything from leisure breaks and corporate events to tribute nights, celebration packages, superb dining and impeccable service.
Example Experience Includes:
One night accommodation at The Coppid Beech
Breakfast on Sunday morning
Return transfers from the hotel to Ascot Racecourse
Ticket to QIPCO British Champions Day
Why stay here:
- Located just 8 minutes from Bracknell Station
- Located just 5 miles away from Ascot Racecourse
About Champions Day
QIPCO British Champions Day, now in its eighth year, is the finale of the European Flat racing season. It's the richest raceday in the British calendar and the chance to see the World's finest horses and jockeys battle it out for their slice of history.
As the culmination of the QIPCO British Champions Series, this raceday features the end-of-season championship races for Ten-furlong horses (The Champion Stakes), Milers (The Queen Elizabeth II Stakes), Sprinters (six furlongs), Long distance horses (two miles) and Fillies and Mares (one mile and four furlongs).
Queen Anne Enclosure
Watch the horses from the Pre-Parade Ring, Parade Ring and unsaddling area before seeing the action unfold from the raised covered terrace of the Grandstand, trackside lawns or even by the rails. There is free entertainment to enjoy from live music to themed race day.
Included as standard