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First bet must be on Sports. The other of interest here is the John Gosden runner Run Wild. He might just have needed it after a long break, but if the ground gets any softer then this will further question his stamina.
This 3 year-old is unbeaten from three runs and could not have been more impressive on his return run at Newcastle earlier this month.
Of course, this is a big step up in grade, but the horse is clearly held in high regard and is already figuring high up in the Epsom Derby betting.
Frankie Dettori rides. Sands Of Mali and Speak In Colours are proven CD winners to respect, while Frankie riding the Irish raider Sceptical catches the eye.
But this is a big leap up from Listed grade into a Group One. This proven course winner was third in the Queen Anne Stakes here last season and runner-up in the Champions Sprint Stakes here in October, so the track is fine.
With 10 of the last 14 winners coming from a double-figure stall, this is the first stat to note, while 17 of the last 20 winners were aged 4 or 5 years-old.
With those stats taken into account the ones that stand out are KONCHEK, HIGHLAND DRESS, LETHAL LUNCH, NO NONSENSE, HEY JONESY and AIR RAID — they are all drawn high, aged 4 or 5 and carry or less in weight.
The first-named has won his last two in the style of a fast-improving 4 year-old and despite being 6lbs higher here looks likely to have more to come.
Draw 17 looks fine and when trained in Ireland has run over further so if the ground is softer that stamina will help.
Konchek is drawn next door in 16 and having run in Group and Listed races last season should find this a bit easier. Tinto and Mubakke r are others punters are sure to latch onto after good wins recently.
This 8 year-old mixes it up over hurdles and on the flat and ran well to be 7 th in the Cesarewitch at HQ last season.
Course winner — The Grand Visir — won the Ascot Stakes here last year — he can go well too but a day absence from the track is a slight concern.
Mekong is sure to be popular too if running and is the clear top-rated at in this Stakes race, so that makes him the one to beat.
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Sportsbet odds. Ipswich Star - Matt Polley. With a bit of luck I think we are going to be on a perfect racing surface at Sandown.
A locally trained mare gets conditions to suit at Ballina on Sunday with the set weight conditions favouring a Matthew Dunn runner later in the day.
The best bet is in the opener with one later in the day which will be right on speed around Wyong looking over the odds. Just beware as thunderstorms are predicted for Friday and Saturday, they may impact on track conditions.
Another week, another Saturday at Randwick but this time on the Kensington track. Positive beat the Guineas winner Kameko in the Solario Stakes at Sandown before disappointing on soft ground in the Dewhurst, and Clive Cox decided weeks ago that Ascot might suit him better than Newmarket.
Threat was another good two-year-old who skipped the Guineas to wait for this. The market was given a shake-up when Sceptical was switched here from the King's Stand Stakes on Friday.
Unraced when bought from Godolphin for peanuts only last August, he was winning for a fourth time from five starts for Denis Hogan when bolting up in Listed company at Naas last week and could be anything, but on form he has no business displacing Hello Youmzain at the head of the market.
Hello Youmzain was a very good third in the Commonwealth Cup a year ago and went on to beat a strong field headed by former Diamond Jubilee winner The Tin Man in the Betfair Sprint Cup.
He looks much more solid. Charlie Hills does especially well with sprinters and has sounded as excited about last year's Stewards' Cup winner Khaadem as he is about Battaash and Equilateral in the King's Stand.
Khaadem was highly progressive at the time of the Goodwood win and had excuses afterwards. Oxted looked good in the Abernant, and Wokingham winner Cape Byron still has untapped potential.
They are preferred to Jersey Stakes runner-up Space Blues, who came into the reckoning following a Listed win over 7f again at Haydock on his return.
No entries yet, let alone weights, but Hello Youmzain's trainer Kevin Ryan has another likely type in Bielsa, who has won four of his five races and could still be ahead of the handicapper off a mark of , judging by the authority with which he won on his final start at Doncaster last year.
A Royal Ascot that has undergone numerous changes this year ends in traditional fashion with the longest race in the calendar. There will be no foreign-trained runners for once owing to restrictions so that rules out Gordon Elliott and Willie Mullins, who have won four of the last eight runnings.
However, Andrew Balding and Mark Johnston have shared the other four and are almost sure to be represented. One who has already been nominated is Ian Williams' Ascot Stakes winner The Grand Visir, who stays extremely well.
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ROYAL ASCOT DAY 5 TIPS Find out who are experts are tipping for the day five of Royal AscotRoyal Ascot Day 5 Tips – Saturday 20th June There has never been a better day of racing at Royal Ascot than this “Super Saturday”, with eight compelling races keeping punters on their toes and the action fiercely competititve. Royal Ascot Tips Day Five: A quintet of bets on the final day. By Chris Baker. 20th June I go into the final day of Royal Ascot a point down after one winner (Lord North at 8/1) and two thirds (Liberty Beach and Defoe) from my ten selections so far this week. I have picked out five bets on today’s excellent card, so good luck if you. Royal Ascot Day 5 Tips. Day five opens with the Silver Wokingham Handicap, the newly-added consolation race for those who do not make the cut in the Wokingham Handicap run later on the card. Like the Wokingham itself, the Silver Wokingham Handicap is run over six furlongs and open to horses aged three years and older.