1. Goat Races is Established


    The goat races had been happening earlier in the years, 400 people attended it in 1993. In 1999, It moved to Speke Resort Munyonyo and it has been the home of the Royal Ascot Goat Races ever since.it was registered in 2004 as an official event.

  2. Follow Up Event


    In 2005 the event attracted a crowd of over 7,000 and raised more than sh10m for local charities.

  3. Becomes Cultural Event


    The goat races becomes a cultural event graced by massive crowds. August 26, 2006. Taking to the microphone at the Royal Ascot Goat Races at Speke Resort Munyonyo, race commentator Declan Peppard starts his pitch: And the goats are up and running in the Goldstar Insurance sponsored race.

  4. Embraced by all Ugandans


    Goat Races becomes the buzz around town. What started as a small event for expatriate families, later attracting class A Ugandans, has finally embraced Class Z Ugandans. Jerry Burley and Crystal Newman did an excellent job as commentators

  5. 15m Raised for charity


    The goat races attracted the who is who in the financial, entertainment and fashion circles in town. The crowds exceeded the 7,000 peak and 15m was raised for charity.

  6. Bigger, Better

    18th September 2010

    18th September, The goat races returned in a bigger and better way and raised 30m for charity

  7. A red affair


    The goat races returned in glamorous style of bold and beautiful colors. It was a moment that fashion was showcased at yet another charity event.

  8. Returns in Pomp

    1st September, 2012

    The goat race returned in pomp and glamour. over 30m was raised for charity

  9. Returns after 6 Years!

    25th August, 2018

    The Royal Ascot goat races return after 6 years of silence to yet another glamorous event.

  10. Lets Goat it on

    12th October, 2019

    Save the date to yet another bigger event. The Royal Ascot Goat Races are back! Lets goat it on...