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Sodexho Gold Cup Handicap Chase (Grade 3): Lake to Spring to Ascot Success

Sodexho Gold Cup Handicap Chase (Grade 3): Lake to Spring to Ascot Success

3.20 Ascot With a maximum field of 18 going to post and a first prize of almost £57,000 to fight for this is naturally a very competitive event, however it doesn’t look impossible to solve with one or two seemingly ahead of the handicapper. We’ve got the 18 down to a shortlist of six, with the final selection looking pretty good value. Adrien Du Pont Having had a wind operation in the summer its possible we may just see an…

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Wokingham Stakes: O’Meara Filly Just Perfection

Wokingham Stakes: O’Meara Filly Just Perfection

5.00 Ascot The Wokingham Stakes is one of the toughest handicaps of the entire year to get right, but with enough information at our disposal we think we’ve been able to successfully shrink this enormous field down to six key runners: Bacchus Brian Meehan trained this horse to come out first time for the season in this race last year and score from the hugely well-supported Dreamfield, and from not the best draw either. He could potentially be a couple…

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Duke of Edinburgh Stakes: Cox to Steer Kasperenko to DoE Victory

Duke of Edinburgh Stakes: Cox to Steer Kasperenko to DoE Victory

5.35 Ascot Another day, another full handicap field at Royal Ascot and this time it’s the turn of the older mile-and-a-half horses. This is a quality line-up and while there are plenty in with chances, the key piece of recent British form comes from York and their hot recent Race to the Ebor Jorvik Handicap over this trip, but there could just be a real improver in the field ready to hit his peak at the right time. Ben Vrackie…

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Wokingham Stakes: Ascot To Be Our Field Of Dreams In The Wokingham

Wokingham Stakes: Ascot To Be Our Field Of Dreams In The Wokingham

A hugely competitive sprint handicap as always but one that can still hand us a good betting proposition, this time in the shape of a hugely exciting John Gosden colt: Blue De Vega There has always been a thought that there will be plenty of improvement come from this horse, eked out by masterful sprint trainer Robert Cowell and although we haven’t seen too much evidence of it so far the step up in trip to six furlongs in a…

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