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Familiar Foes Meet Again in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes   Recently updated !

anglorand forex Familiar Foes Meet Again in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes   The final Group 1 contest at Royal Ascot 2017 gets underway on Saturday afternoon with a competitive looking Diamond Jubilee Stakes at 4:20pm. The field is full of six furlong specialists who are set to re-oppose one another in a fascinating renewal of the race. Source – Ascot Racecourse (@Ascot) via Twitter Racing fans are salivating at the thought of this year’s Diamond Jubilee Stakes with 22 runners set to do battle over the six furlongs. Limato has been priced up as the favourite but the Henry Candy trained sprinter is likely to find this tough going with a number of talented competitors vying for success. Punters are set to put their faith in the five year old as they hunt for the winner in […]

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Betvictor.com’s Charlie McCann with his views on Thursday’s Ascot card   Recently updated !

segnali trading forex gratis BetVictor.com’s Charlie McCann with his views on Thursday’s Ascot card Ladies Day at Royal Ascot begins with the Norfolk Stakes and the American juvenile McErin represents the yard of Wesley Ward who won this corresponding race back in 2013 courtesy of No Nay Never. The handler had a winner courtesy of Lady Aurelia on the opening day of the meeting but their juveniles ran moderately. Their main 2-y-old fancy for the week is reportedly Happy Like A Fool and if that filly wins the Queen Mary on Wednesday then you would imagine there would be plenty of support for McErin – although he was beaten last time out at Churchill Downs when last seen on dirt back in May. The each way recommendation, however, is Santry (2.30) who represents the Malton yard of Declan Carroll […]

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O’Brien notches up win 56 at Royal Ascot

fiscale compilare f40 730 opzioni binarie altre entrate Highland Reel in the pre-parade at Ascot   Win number 56 for Aidan O’Brien on racing’s greatest stage The second day of Royal Ascot’s 5 day meeting was brought to life by Aidan O’Brien’s globetrotting star Highland Reel who won the Group 1 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes with a tenacious display. As tough as nails, Highland Reel sat just off the pace for most of the race but at the two furlong pole where the race turned into a battle. But a battle is never something Highland Reel shirks and he ground his opponents down over the last furlong to draw a length and a quarter clear at the line. The favourite Jack Hobbs faded rapidly after looking as though he was going to mount aserious challenging, finishing last of the eight runners in the […]

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Melbourne Cup plans for Royal Ascot winner

http://suleibnitz.at/?opyre=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-zeitspanne&812=81 binäre optionen zeitspanne Melbourne Cup plans for Royal Ascot winner   Trainer Willie Mullins has unearthed a Melbourne Cup contender with Thomas Hobson winning the staying handicap on the first day of Royal Ascot. Ridden by Ryan Moore on Tuesday (Wednesday AEST), Thomas Hobson, was an emphatic winner of the Ascot Stakes (4000m). Ireland’s champion National Hunt trainer, Mullins’ best result in the Melbourne Cup has been Max Dynamite who ran second to Prince Of Penzance in 2015. “I think we’d like to go to Melbourne (Cup) with him, that’s the end game,” Mullins said. Watch his win below: TRAINER @WillieMullinsNH saddled Thomas Hobson to a striking win in the Ascot Stakes, under Ryan Moore.#RoyalAscot pic.twitter.com/oyUQMgslIm — Racing Focus (@Racing_Focus) June 20, 2017

Michelle Payne a respectable fifth in the Queen Anne   Recently updated !

banca popolare emilia romagna simulazione trading on line Michelle Payne piloted Kaspersky to a respectable fifth place in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot. The 31-year-old Melbourne Cup-winning jockey was aiming to become the first woman to ride a winner at the Royal meeting in 30 years on the 66/1 shot, trained by British-based Australian handler Jane Chapple-Hyman. Drawn in barrier three, two up from odds-on favourite and eventual winner Ribchester, Payne had the six-year-old colt well in contention in the closing stages on the straight mile track. However, he didn’t quite have enough in the tank for a top-three finish but held on to grab fifth behind Mutakayyef, Deauville and Spectre. The Richard Fahey-trained Ribchester proved his worth as favourite with a dominant performance, dispelling any concerns about his ability on fast ground on a roasting hot day in the London […]