CM – Royal Ascot: the ones to see on the third day


Frankie Dettori’s Stradivarius en route to winning the Longines Sagaro Stakes at Ascot Racecourse
– Credit: PA

One of the true superstars of racing, Stradivarius, is the headline on the third day of the Royal Meeting when he takes a record-breaking fourth victory in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot.

An interesting start with the American trainer Wesley Ward chasing a third win in the race. He is two-handed with the first time winners Lucci and Nakatomi. The former seems like the greatest hope as he showed a lot of pace at the Belmont goal. At a higher price, Instinctive move seems like an interesting contender that made a smart debut in Bath last month.

It’s hard to look past Mohaafeth. He was pulled out of the Derby on race day because of the ground, but he will enjoy the fast-paced conditions here and can back up his three wins this season with Royal Ascot fame.

Noon Star missed the Oaks with ties, who decided to wait for this event and she appeals to Sir Michael Stoute. Last time at Ribblesdale runner-up, she looks like a typical improvement to her master coach and looks like a leading player. Others include the youngest Oaks Third Divinely and the Dubai Fountain, who disappointed 12th in the Oaks but remains interesting.

Stradivarius made history by emulating Yeats with a fourth win in the event. He was great in that race last year on a ground that probably didn’t fit and he warmed up for this year’s event with an effortless win at the Sagaro Stakes last time. Dry ground is a huge boost to his hopes and he can defeat the Dubai Gold Cup striker Subjectivist in this event.

This is a notoriously tricky event that Mithras resonates with. He did well in Newmarket in April and then took a respectable sixth place at Sandown in public company. He could improve again together with Horoscope, who has already contested some good races for Aidan O’Brien this season.

Sir Lamorak looks very exciting for Aidan O’Brien. The three-year-old was a close winner in Dundalk on his return to the action, before celebrating a stylish success on his first handicap run in Leopardstown and accelerating in fine style. He’ll have to improve one more time to land this event but he’s bypassed the derby in favor of this task and is doing a lot of good job. Sir William Bruce, who scored his first career win last time at Leopardstown. He seems to be improving for the win and is respected along with Siskany, who has won his last two starts in good style.

Aldaary is a course and distance winner already this season and was promising in the last time at Goodwood shaped into a competitive event. He may prefer to fall into the ground, but he has a lot of class and pulling power, along with Blue Mist who has been out of shape this season but only got a grade of 98 and previously on the track and over Distance was successful. make it interesting.

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