Royal Ascot – Thursday best bets

The Gold Cup (4.20) is the feature on another cracking day’s racing at the Royal Meeting and it’s a race I have been looking forward to for weeks. Order of …

Cracksman beaten as Stoute claims record

Poet’s Word beat favourite Cracksman in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes to give trainer Sir Michael Stoute the most wins at Royal Ascot. The Newmarket …

Aljazzi claims Duke of Cambridge triumph

Aljazzi won the Duke of Cambridge Stakes at Royal Ascot in style – 12 months after having to settle for second spot behind Qemah. The Marco Botti-trained …

Cracksman’s Ascot prep not ideal – Gosden

 Trainer John Gosden admits Cracksman’s preparations for the Prince of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot have not been ideal. The four-year-old had …

Pollyanna Heading To Ascot

Trainer Michael Bell insists he always planned on taking Pretty Pollyanna to Royal Ascot for the Albany Stakes. The two-year-old proved too strong for the …

Arod ready for York test

Trainer David Simcock is confident Arod is in good shape ahead of his run in the Ganton Stakes at York on Friday. The seven-year-old won a Listed race at …

Dettori excited for Royal Ascot

Frankie Dettori says he cannot wait for Royal Ascot as he aims to make up for missing the illustrious meeting last year. A shoulder injury ruled the jockey out …

Charlie McCann’s Thursday racing round-up

News yesterday that Derby winner Masar would drop back in trip a couple of furlongs and take in the Eclipse stakes at Sandown next month as his next start for …

Hills ‘excited’ by Equilateral’s Royal Ascot hopes

Trainer Charlie Hills believes Equilateral can claim a maiden Group One win in the the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot. Equilateral is stepping up to Group One …

No Classic double bid for Masar

Masar won’t be heading to the Irish Derby and will instead contest the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown, trainer Charlie Appleby has confirmed. The Godolphin …

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