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BY FLORA LYIMO~ HII NDIYO SABABU NAPENDA PICHA NA HAKUNA SIKU INAPITA NIKAACHA KUJIPIGA PICHA YA AINA YOYOTE'MBUTA NANGA!!


Malkia wa Uingereza leo ndani ya Royal Ascot na chini ni Storia ya Royal Ascot Enzi za Familia yake" Mimi binausi napenda sana Historia (History) is the Best na ndo maana napenda sana Picha yani Picha ni Mambo yote na vile vile ushaidi usiobishika milele,Hakuna siku inapita nikaacha kujipiga picha ya aina yoyote'mbuta nanga!!

Royal Ascot: The five-day Berkshire meet steeped in tradition and history''

Ascot stages 26 days of racing throughout the year, but the five-day Royal Meeting, held annually in June, is the most famous - a key date in the social calendar which combines venerable tradition with fashionable panache. Hordes of well-dressed racegoers descend on the Berkshire town, and many enjoy the traditional Car Park Picnic.
The first race meeting ever held at Ascot took place on 11 August 1711 and was instigated by Queen Anne, but it was with the accession of George II that the race became the second most popular in England.
Originally established to ensure privacy for members of the royal family, the Royal Enclosure dates back to the 1790s, when a separate Royal Stand was erected. The exclusive Royal Box, commissioned by George IV in 1822, was only accessible to guests brandishing a royal invitation.
King George V and Queen Mary, accompanied by the Prince of Wales and Prince Henry, arriving at Royal Ascot meeting at Ascot Racecourse in 1927
King George V and Queen Mary, accompanied by the Prince of Wales and Prince Henry, arriving at Royal Ascot meeting at Ascot Racecourse in 1927'
To gain entry to the Royal Enclosure, race-goers must obtain a sponsorship form and have it signed by someone who has attended the Royal Enclosure for 4 years. Convicted criminals and undischarged bankrupts were barred from the Royal Enclosure. Divorcées have been allowed in since 1955.
The five-day meeting commences on a Tuesday and each day begins with the Royal Procession - the arrival of The Queen and the Royal party in horse-drawn landaus, which parade along the track in front of the race-goers.
The open-top carriages drive across Windsor Park, entering the racecourse by the Golden Gates. The Royal Procession dates back to the 1820s and the reign of King George IV, at which time it was referred to as the Royal Parade or Royal Drive.
Tuesday features The Queen Anne Stakes, The St James's Palace Stakes and The King's Stand Stakes. On Wednesday you can see The Prince of Wales's Stakes.
The arrival of King George VI and the Queen Mother at Royal Ascot in 1948
The arrival of King George VI and the Queen Mother at Royal Ascot in 1948'
The prestigious Gold Cup event is held on Ladies' Day (Thursday), when women entering the Royal Enclosure must wear a hat that covers the 'crown of their head'. Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot can trace its roots back to 1823, when an anonymous poet described the Thursday of the Royal meeting as 'Ladies' Day... when the women, like angels, look sweetly divine.'
On Friday it is the turn of the Coronation Stakes, and the Meeting ends on Saturday with the Diamond Jubilee Stakes.
Royal Ascot's much loved tradition of 'singing round the bandstand' dates to the 1970s under the stewardship of Lady Beaumont, wife of the then Clerk of the Course. The after-racing medley of British favourites and flag waving was an immediate hit, and thousands of racegoers stayed on and joined in. Now, traditional singing is listed as part of the day's formal proceedings and songbooks and flags are handed round.
The Queen has owned 20 winning horses at Royal Ascot.
King George and the Queen Mother arrive in the procession at Royal Ascot in 1949
King George and the Queen Mother arrive in the procession at Royal Ascot in 1949"

Queen Elizabeth II and Autumn Phillips arrive in the Royal Carriage Procession on Ladies' Day during day three of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse
Na hapa ni Malikia wetu wa Uingereza leo Queen Elizabeth II and Autumn Phillips arrive in the Royal Carriage Procession on Ladies' Day during day three of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse" Yani wao wameuzingatia Utamaduni wao mpaka leo waangalie hapo juu Enzi za Familia yake na leo Enzi zake bado wapo wakizifuata na watazidi kukuwepo nazo Milele'' Tanzania tuigeni mambo kama haya jamani ''Mazuri hata kama nikusema yakuwepo milele why not" yani tujivunie sana mambo ya kwetu hasa Kiswahili na Lugha za Mama na Tamaduni zetu" Aika Ruwa Mangi" Mbuta Nanga kyengiwesenyi shindo cha Tanzania sha KACHA NDAO!!

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