The Golden Jubilee Stakes is a flat, Group 1 horse race that takes place annually in the UK. The race is for 3-year-olds or older thoroughbreds over a distance of 1,200 meters (6 furlongs) at the Ascot Racecourse. The first race was in 1868, then called the Cork and Orrery Stakes.
In 2002 the race became a Group 1 race and was also renamed in celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. Currently it is the 4th leg of the seven race Global Sprint Challenge series. It is held on the last day of Royal Ascot, and is the final Group 1 race of the meeting.