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Royal Ascot Race Meet 2019

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  • Betting Guide Contents
    • Royal Ascot scene setter by Kellie Reilly
    • Race Schedule
    • Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
    • 5 Longshots to watch at Royal Ascot by Kellie Reilly
    • North American horses at Ascot by Kellie Reilly
    • Royal Ascot Group race histories
    • Tuesday Tipsheet

    • Tipsheets for each each day of racing at Royal Ascot
      • Tuesday Tipsheet (included in full betting guide)
      • Wednesday Tipsheet
      • Thursday Tipsheet
      • Friday Tipsheet
      • Saturday Tipsheet

 

Royal Ascot Race Schedule and Times

Tuesday 18th June 2019
Local Time (BST) UTC ET CT MT PT Race
2:30pm 1:30 PM 9:30 AM 8:30 AM 7:30 AM 6:30 AM The Queen Anne Stakes (Group 1)
3:05pm 2:05 PM 10:05 AM 9:05 AM 8:05 AM 7:05 AM The Coventry Stakes (Group 2)
3:40pm 2:40 PM 10:40 AM 9:40 AM 8:40 AM 7:40 AM The King’s Stand Stakes (Group 1)
4:20pm 3:20 PM 11:20 AM 10:20 AM 9:20 AM 8:20 AM The St James’s Palace Stakes (Group 1)
5:00pm 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:00 AM 10:00 AM 9:00 AM The Ascot Handicap (0-100)
5:35pm 4:35 PM 12:35 PM 11:35 AM 10:35 AM 9:35 AM The Wolferton Stakes (Listed)
Wednesday 19th June 2019
Local Time (BST) UTC ET CT MT PT Race
2:30pm 1:30 PM 9:30 AM 8:30 AM 7:30 AM 6:30 AM The Queen Mary Stakes (Group 2)
3:05pm 2:05 PM 10:05 AM 9:05 AM 8:05 AM 7:05 AM The Queen’s Vase (Group 2)
3:40pm 2:40 PM 10:40 AM 9:40 AM 8:40 AM 7:40 AM The Prince of Wales’s Stakes (Group 1)
4:20pm 3:20 PM 11:20 AM 10:20 AM 9:20 AM 8:20 AM The Duke of Cambridge Stakes (Group 2)
5:00pm 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:00 AM 10:00 AM 9:00 AM The Royal Hunt Heritage Handicap
5:35pm 4:35 PM 12:35 PM 11:35 AM 10:35 AM 9:35 AM The Windsor Castle Stakes (Listed)
Thursday 20th June 2019
Local Time (BST) UTC ET CT MT PT Race
2:30pm 1:30 PM 9:30 AM 8:30 AM 7:30 AM 6:30 AM The Norfolk Stakes (Group 2)
3:05pm 2:05 PM 10:05 AM 9:05 AM 8:05 AM 7:05 AM The Hampton Court Stakes (Group 3)
3:40pm 2:40 PM 10:40 AM 9:40 AM 8:40 AM 7:40 AM The Ribblesdale Stakes (Group 2)
4:20pm 3:20 PM 11:20 AM 10:20 AM 9:20 AM 8:20 AM The Gold Cup (Group 1)
5:00pm 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:00 AM 10:00 AM 9:00 AM The Britannia Handicap
5:35pm 4:35 PM 12:35 PM 11:35 AM 10:35 AM 9:35 AM The King George V Handicap (0-105)
Friday 21st June 2019
Local Time (BST) UTC ET CT MT PT Race
2:30pm 1:30 PM 9:30 AM 8:30 AM 7:30 AM 6:30 AM The Albany Stakes (Group 3)
3:05pm 2:05 PM 10:05 AM 9:05 AM 8:05 AM 7:05 AM

The King Edward VII Stakes (Group 2)

3:40pm 2:40 PM 10:40 AM 9:40 AM 8:40 AM 7:40 AM

The Commonwealth Cup (Group 1)

4:20pm 3:20 PM 11:20 AM 10:20 AM 9:20 AM 8:20 AM The Coronation Stakes (Group 1)
5:00pm 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:00 AM 10:00 AM 9:00 AM The Sandringham Handicap
5:35pm 4:35 PM 12:35 PM 11:35 AM 10:35 AM 9:35 AM The Duke of Edinburgh Handicap (0-105)
Saturday 22nd June 2019
Local Time (BST) UTC ET CT MT PT Race
2:30pm 1:30 PM 9:30 AM 8:30 AM 7:30 AM 6:30 AM The Chesham Stakes (Listed)
3:05pm 2:05 PM 10:05 AM 9:05 AM 8:05 AM 7:05 AM The Jersey Stakes (Group 3)
3:40pm 2:40 PM 10:40 AM 9:40 AM 8:40 AM 7:40 AM The Hardwicke Stakes (Group 2)
4:20pm 3:20 PM 11:20 AM 10:20 AM 9:20 AM 8:20 AM The Diamond Jubilee Stakes (Group 1)
5:00pm 4:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:00 AM 10:00 AM 9:00 AM The Wokingham Stakes (Heritage Handicap)
5:35pm 4:35 PM 12:35 PM 11:35 AM 10:35 AM 9:35 AM The Queen Alexandra Stakes (Conditions)

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Royal Ascot Trainer and Jockey Data Trends

The team from At The Races/GBI Racing take a deeper dive into the trainers and jockeys to look out for and provide a wealth of information to keep you ahead during the royal meeting. 

The Trainers to look out for

With 94 Royal Ascot winners between them since 2008, Aidan O’Brien, Sir Michael Stoute, John Gosden and Mark Johnston are four trainers to look out for, with O’Brien showing a clear level +£25 stakes profit with all runners during the last 10 years.

AIDAN O’BRIEN
Royal Ascot tally last five years:
2017: 6-36
2016: 7-26
2015: 5-18
2014: 2-25
2013: 4-26

Best races (all-time): Coventry Stakes (8); St James’s Palace Stakes (7); Gold Cup (7); Queen’s Vase (5); Chesham Stakes (4); Jersey Stakes (3); Queen Anne Stakes (3); Prince of Wales’s Stakes (3); Coronation Stakes (3); Hardwicke Stakes (3); Norfolk Stakes (3); Tercentenary Stakes (2); Ribblesdale Stakes (2)

Aidan O’Brien’s numbers have grown here in recent years, with an army of 36 runners in 2017 producing another six winners, taking his tally over the last three Royal Meetings to 18 winners.

As for the areas in which O’Brien delivered, then avoiding his Group One runners and sticking to just Group Two/Group Three/Listed races showed at 22-127 (+£61), while those arriving in form having been beaten no more than four lengths last time struck at 34-149 (+£57). Checking the odds of O’Brien’s performers is also key, for those in the 13/2 to 20/1 bracket offered value at 10-95 (+£38).

JOHN GOSDEN
2017: 2-31
2016: 2-22 
2015: 2-18
2014: 4-18
2013: 1-18

Best races: Prince of Wales’s Stakes (3); Britannia Stakes (3); King Edward VII Stakes (3); Wolferton Stakes (3); Jersey Stakes (2); Windsor Forest Stakes (2); Tercentenary Stakes (2); Coronation Stakes (2); Chesham Stakes (2); Royal Hunt Cup (2); Ribblesdale Stakes (2)

It’s not often John Gosden leaves the Royal Meeting without at least a double, and the Newmarket handler is always a man to respect when teaming up with William Buick (11-61, +£28), while his two-year-olds and four-year-olds returned a healthy 11-56 (+£38). It also helped in sticking with Gosden’s realistic chances at 12/1 or shorter: 20-100 (+£39), along with his runners not moving up in trip: 17-106 (+£20).

SIR MICHAEL STOUTE
2017: 0-13
2016: 2-15 
2015: 1-17
2014: 4-14
2013: 3-16

Best races: Hardwicke Stakes (10); King Edward VII Stakes (7); Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (5); King George V Stakes (4); Coronation Stakes (4); Queen’s Vase (4); Windsor Forest Stakes (3); Jersey Stakes (3); Ribblesdale Stakes (2); Wolferton Stakes (2); Queen Alexandra Stakes (2); Tercentenary Stakes (2)

It was a rare blank for Sir Michael Stoute here 12 months ago, but it’s hard to think he’ll leave empty-handed again, with races like the Hardwicke Stakes and King Edward VII Stakes having provided 17 winners alone. Stoute also excelled with his four-year-olds here at 12-53 (+£23), while those who arrived at Royal Ascot from Epsom, Goodwood, Newbury or York connected at 10-49 (+£24).

MARK JOHNSTON
2017: 2-22
2016: 0-20 
2015: 2-20
2014: 2-19
2013: 0-19

Best races: Queen’s Vase (7); King George V Stakes (4); Hardwicke Stakes (4); Ascot Gold Cup (3); Chesham Stakes (3); Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (3); King Edward VII Stakes (3); Sandringham Handicap (2); Queen Alexandra Stakes (2)

Mark Johnston has been a regular on the royal scoreboard for decades, and the one major clue to his runners hitting the target are their odds, with each of his 13 winners since 2008 having returned at 14/1 or shorter (13-73, +£34), compared to those bigger at 0-127.

Gradually making his way up the Ascot leaderboard is the American trainer, Wesley Ward,who offers excellent value to punters courtesy of a 9-47 record (+£19), including the 20/1 winner, Con Te Partiro, 12 months ago.

Saeed Bin Suroor is next in the table and is respected in races such as the Queen Anne Stakes (7 wins), Ascot Gold Cup (5) and Ribblesdale Stakes (5). Suroor was on the scoresheet in the 2017 Hampton Court with Benbatl, but having sent out a total of just under 50 losers either side of Benbatl sends out a word of caution. It might also be worth treading carefully with Willie Haggas’s runners here, as they struck just once from 82 runners since 2011.

One trainer who did end a drought at this meeting in 2017 was James Fanshawe, whose four winners here since 2008 all moved up in class at Ascot (4-19 +33), while Willie Mullins also entered the winner’s enclosure 12 months ago with Thomas Hobson in the Ascot Stakes at 4/1 – all of Mullins’s five winners returned at 8/1 or shorter (5-15 +£12).


The jockeys to look out for

RYAN MOORE
2017: 6-30
2016: 6-29
2015: 9-29
2014: 6-29
2013: 3-29

Best races (all-time): Hardwicke Stakes (4); Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (3); Ascot Stakes (3); Queen of Alexandra Stakes (3); Tercentenary Stakes (2); Queen’s Vase (3); Chesham Stakes (3); Britannia Stakes (2); Wolferton Stakes (2); Gold Cup (2); Ribblesdale Stakes (2); Coventry Stakes (2); Norfolk Stakes (2); Coronation Stakes (2)
With another six winners here 12 months ago, Ryan Moore’s tally during the last four Royal Ascots now stands at 28 winners. Moore’s portfolio of winning big races is growing too, with last year seeing a third victory in the Ascot Stakes – all of which came for Willie Mullins.

Moore also has a strong association here with Aidan O’Brien (30-135 +£17), while punters can rely on him when partnering a fancied selection at 8/1 or shorter , where his record is 44-182 (+£30).

As for other clues pinpointing Moore’s strengths at this meeting, then the following criteria is worth looking out for:
Round Course: 30-135 (+£22)
Beaten a neck to 5l last time: 19-100 (+£35); those that won last time offered poor value at 24-120 (-£21)

WILLIAM BUICK
2017: 4-24
2016: 2-26 
2015: 2-22
2014: 3-26
2013: 1-23

Best races: King Edward VII Stakes (3), Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (2)

William Buick recorded his second-best tally of four winners here 12 months ago, two of which came for Charlie Appleby at odds of 20/1 and 16/1. Buick’s record for John Gosdenreads better at 11-61 (+£28), though, while the biggest clue was found via those Buick rode last time out at 17-106 (+£47) – runners Buick didn’t ride prior to Ascot were 2-87 (-£69).

FRANKIE DETTORI
2017: N/A 
2016: 4-23 
2015: 3-20
2014: 2-21
2013: 0-20

Best races: Queen Anne Stakes (6); Ribblesdale Stakes (6); Ascot Gold Cup (5); Chesham Stakes (4); Sandringham Handicap (4); King Edward VII Stakes (4); Norfolk Stakes (3); Prince of Wales’s Stakes (3); Royal Hunt Cup (2); Queen’s Vase (2); Queen Mary Stakes (2); St James’s Palace Stakes (2)
You can’t discuss Ascot without mentioning Frankie Dettori, who is still riding to a very high standard and scooping the big races. Having missed last year’s meeting, Dettori will be keen to get back on the scoreboard, and should be noted when riding in all the major races – his record away from Listed/Group races is just 1-48.

He also rode a couple winners for Wesley Ward (2-6 +£12) and Richard Hannon (2-8 +£8), while those Dettori rode last time won here at 11-76 (+£31).

JAMIE SPENCER
2017: 2-18 
2016: 1-16
2015: 1-16
2014: 0-19
2013: 2-26

Best races: Albany Stakes (4); Britannia Stakes (3); Coventry Stakes (2); Sandringham Handicap (2)
The 2017 Royal Meeting once again demonstrated Jamie Spencer’s effectiveness on the famous Straight Course (9-98 +£23), partnering both Bless Him (25/1) and Con Te Partiro (20/1) to success – Spencer’s record on the Round Course is just 2-71 (-£65). One of the aforementioned winners also came for David Simcock (2-17 +£13), while Spencer also has a better record with the younger 2-3yo horses (9-90 +£20).

Just three winners behind Spencer on the leaderboard is James Doyle, whose record during the first two days of the meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday stands at 7-44 (+£42), compared to Thursday, Friday and Saturday (1-75 -£69).
Elsewhere, Adam Kirby followed up his 2016 treble here by riding the winner of the Queen Mary 12 months ago for Clive Cox, for whom he has a record of 5-29 (+£16).

Another jockey enjoying a good partnership here is Joe Fanning for Mark Johnston, with his most profitable distances being 1m4f+ (6-34 +£22), though Silvestre De Silva enjoyed less luck here at 3-106 (-£54).


Racecourse form

It is crucial to consider horses with form last time out at courses such as Ascot, Newmarket, Newbury, Epsom, York and the Curragh. Together those courses have provided 138 royal winners between them during the last 10 years, though the fact they returned a level stakes loss means a touch more digging is required.

Newmarket form
When considering a runner that ran at Newmarket (Rowley) last time, make sure they are fancied at Ascot in the 10/1 or shorter bracket, as they delivered at 30-170 (+£24). 

Epsom form
With the Epsom Derby meeting staged just weeks prior to the Royal Meeting, it’s no surprise that 24 Ascot winners arrived via that route during the last 10 years. As with Newmarket runners, the biggest pointer came via the market, as plenty of Epsom runners were sent here with unrealistic chances, but concentrating purely on those at 16/1 or shorter returned 22-146 (+£42). 

Newbury form
It paid to keep things simple when studying a runner from Newbury last time, as those that ran in a handicap at Newbury delivered at Ascot to the tune of 8-68 (+£37). 

Curragh form
Runners crossing the Irish Sea and heading to Ascot from the Curragh supplied the second most winners at the meeting since 2008. As for those punters should look out for, then in-form performers that made the top two at the Curragh struck at 24-118 (+£63). 

The draw

The draw is always a major talking point across the five days, during which time the big-field events staged on the Straight Course cause punters headaches. It may therefore prove worthwhile looking at the stats from the last five years of this fixture to see if there were any trends – more so the ‘live’ clues which can develop as the week develops, as a race like the Royal Hunt Cup (1m) may influence what happens in the Britannia over the same trip.

Straight Course
High numbers featured more so last year when the fast ground returned, but overall there were a mixed bag of results. Possibly the best approach could be in siding with those very high or very low in big fields with 25+ runners, and ignoring those drawn in the centre. In fact, splitting the 25-runner+ fields from the last 10 years shows a clear bias towards those on either flank (low or high).

25-runner+ races 2008-2017
Lowest stalls: 12-271 (4% -£75) 
Centre stalls: 13-570 (2% -£280) 
Highest stalls: 15-263 (6% +£14)
Clearly, despite having the smallest number of qualifiers, the highest quarter of stalls (for instance, stalls 19-24 in a 24-runner race) provided the best strike-rate for a clear profit.

Round course (1m2f/1m4f) 
As for distances on the round course over 1m2f-1m4f, then double-figure stalls dominated, with runners fanning out down the middle in an attempt to avoid getting caught on the inside (low stalls). This became more pronounced in bigger fields, as can be seen:
16+ runner fields 
Stalls 1-9: 1 win
Stalls 10-22: 12 wins

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Royal Ascot Group Race Results

Royal Ascot Historical Results for Tuesday

Queen Anne (G1), 4yo/up, one mile (straight course)
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Ribchester 1st Lockinge S.
2016 Tepin (f) 1st CD Distaff Turf Mile (US)
2015 Solow 1st Prix d’Ispahan
2014 Toronado Layoff since August
2013 Declaration of War 5th Lockinge
2012 Frankel 1st Lockinge
2011 Canford Cliffs 1st Lockinge
2010 Goldikova (f) 1st Prix d’Ispahan
2009 Paco Boy 4th Lockinge
2008 Haradasun 6th Lockinge
2007 Ramonti 2nd Lockinge

 

Coventry (G2), 2yo, six furlongs
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Rajasinghe 1st Newcastle novice 
2016 Caravaggio 1st Marble Hill
2015 Buratino 1st Woodcote
2014 The Wow Signal 1st Ayr maiden
2013 War Command 1st Leopardstown maiden
2012 Dawn Approach 1st Rochestown
2011 Power 1st Marble Hill
2010 Strong Suit 1st Newbury maiden
2009 Canford Cliffs 1st Newbury maiden
2008 Art Connoisseur 1st Newmarket conditions
2007 Henrythenavigator 1st Gowran maiden

 

King’s Stand (G1), 3yo/up, five furlongs
YEAR WINNER  PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Lady Aurelia 1st Giant's Causeway S. (US)
2016 Profitable 1st Temple
2015 Goldream 7th Temple
2014 Sole Power 1st Palace House
2013 Sole Power 4th Temple
2012 Little Bridge 1st Sprint Cup (HK)
2011 Prohibit 2nd Prix du Gros-Chene
2010 Equiano 2nd Temple
2009 Scenic Blast 1st Newmarket H. (Aus)
2008 Equiano 2nd Prix du Gros-Chene
2007 Miss Andretti (f) 1st Newmarket H. (Aus)

 

St James’s Palace (G1), 3yo colts, one mile (round course)
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Barney Roy 2nd 2000 Guineas
2016 Galileo Gold 2nd Irish 2000 Guineas
2015 Gleneagles 1st Irish 2000 Guineas
2014 Kingman 1st Irish 2000 Guineas
2013 Dawn Approach 12th Epsom Derby
2012 Most Improved 14th French Derby
2011 Frankel 1st 2000 Guineas
2010 Canford Cliffs 1st Irish 2000 Guineas
2009 Mastercraftsman 1st Irish 2000 Guineas
2008 Henrythenavigator 1st Irish 2000 Guineas
2007 Excellent Art 4th Poule d'Essai des Poulains

 

Royal Ascot Historical Results for Wednesday

Jersey (G3), 3yo, seven furlongs 
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Le Brivido 2nd Poule d'Essai des Poulains
2016 Ribchester 3rd 2000 Guineas
2015 Dutch Connection 7th 2000 Guineas
2014 Mustajeeb 3rd Irish 2000 Guineas
2013 Gale Force Ten 2nd Irish 2000 Guineas
2012 Ishvana (f) 2nd Irish 1000 Guineas
2011 Strong Suit 6th Greenham
2010 Rainfall (f) 2nd Sandy Lane
2009 Ouqba 11th 2000 Guineas
2008 Aqlaam 1st Newbury maiden
2007 Tariq 1st King Charles II

 

Queen Mary (G2), 2yo fillies, five furlongs
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Heartache 1st Bath novice
2016 Lady Aurelia 1st Keeneland maiden (US)
2015 Acapulco 3rd Churchill maiden (US)
2014 Anthem Alexander 1st Tipperary maiden
2013 Rizeena 1st National
2012 Ceiling Kitty 1st Marygate
2011 Best Terms 1st Newbury conditions
2010 Maqaasid 1st Sandown maiden
2009 Jealous Again 2nd Kentucky Juvenile (US)
2008 Langs Lash 2nd Marygate
2007 Elletelle 1st Leopardstown maiden

 

Duke of Cambridge (G2), 4yo/up, f&m, one mile
(straight course)
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Qemah 2nd  Chartwell Fillies' S.
2016 Usherette 1st Dahlia
2015 Amazing Maria 3rd Lanwades
2014 Integral 2nd Dahlia
2013 Duntle 1st Amethyst
2012 Joviality 2nd Princess Elizabeth
2011 Lolly for Dolly 2nd Equestrian (=Lanwades)
2010 Strawberrydaiquiri 1st Dahlia
2009 Spacious 3rd Princess Elizabeth
2008 Sabana Perdida 1st Chartwell Fillies’
2007 Nannina 3rd Princess Elizabeth

 

Prince of Wales’s (G1), 4yo/up, 1 1/4 miles
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Highand Reel 1st Coronation Cup 
2016 My Dream Boat 5th Prix d’Ispahan
2015 Free Eagle Layoff since October
2014 The Fugue (f) 11th Dubai Duty Free (UAE)
2013 Al Kazeem 1st Tattersalls Gold Cup
2012 So You Think 1st Tattersalls Gold Cup
2011 Rewilding 1st Dubai Sheema Classic (UAE)
2010 Byword 2nd Prix d’Ispahan
2009 Vision d’Etat 1st Prix Ganay
2008 Duke of Marmalade 1st Tattersalls Gold Cup
2007 Manduro 1st Prix d’Ispahan

 

Royal Ascot Historical Results for Thursday

Norfolk (G2), 2yo, five furlongs  
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Sioux Nation 6th Marble Hill S.
2016 Prince of Lir 1st Brian Yeardley
2015 Waterloo Bridge 1st Tipperary maiden
2014 Baitha Alga 1st Woodcote
2013 No Nay Never 1st Keeneland maiden (US)
2012 Reckless Abandon 1st Doncaster maiden
2011 Bapak Chinta 1st Hamilton maiden
2010 Approve 4th Woodcote
2009 Radiohead 1st Bath novice
2008 South Central 1st Carlisle maiden
2007 Winker Watson 1st Newbury maiden

 

Hampton Court (G3), 3yo, 1 1/4 miles
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Benbatl 5th Epsom Derby
2016 Hawkbill 1st Newmarket S.
2015 Time Test 1st London Gold Cup (h’cap)
2014 Cannock Chase 1st London Gold Cup (h’cap)
2013 Remote 1st Doncaster handicap
2012 Energizer 4th German 2000 Guineas
2011 Pisco Sour 9th Derby
2010 Afsare 1st Doncaster conditions
2009 Glass Harmonium 6th Dante
2008 Collection 1st York handicap
2007 Zaham 1st Epsom handicap

 

Ribblesdale (G2), 3yo fillies, 1 1/2 miles 
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Coronet 5th Epsom Oaks
2016 Even Song 3rd Pretty Polly
2015 Curvy 1st Gallinule
2014 Bracelet 14th 1000 Guineas
2013 Riposte 1st Newmarket maiden
2012 Princess Highway 1st Blue Wind
2011 Banimpire 1st Noblesse
2010 Hibaayeb 3rd Prix Saint-Alary
2009 Flying Cloud 1st Prix Cleopatre
2008 Michita 7th Oaks
2007 Silkwood 1st Sandown handicap

 

Gold Cup (G1), 4yo/up, 2 1/2 miles
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Big Orange 1st Henry II S.
2016 Order of St George 1st Saval Beg
2015 Trip to Paris 2nd Henry II
2014 Leading Light 1st Vintage Crop
2013 Estimate (f) 1st Sagaro
2012 Colour Vision 1st Sagaro
2011 Fame and Glory 1st Saval Beg
2010 Rite of Passage 3rd Cheltenham hurdle
2009 Yeats 6th Vintage Crop
2008 Yeats 1st Vintage Crop
2007 Yeats 1st Saval Beg

 

Royal Ascot Historical Results for Friday

Albany (G3), 2yo fillies, six furlongs
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Different League 1st Angers conditions 
2016 Brave Anna 1st Curragh maiden
2015 Illuminate 1st Salisbury conditions
2014 Cursory Glance 1st Kempton maiden
2013 Kiyoshi 1st Goodwood maiden
2012 Newfangled 1st Newmarket maiden
2011 Samitar 3rd Newmarket maiden
2010 Memory 1st Goodwood maiden
2009 Habaayib 1st Nottingham maiden
2008 Cuis Ghaire 1st Fillies’ Sprint at Naas
2007 Nijoom Dubai 3rd Folkestone maiden

 

King Edward VII (G2), 3yo colts & geldings, 1 1/2 miles
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Permian 10th Epsom Derby
2016 Across the Stars 10th Derby
2015 Balios 2nd Newmarket S.
2014 Eagle Top 4th Leicester handicap
2013 Hillstar 2nd London Gold Cup (h’cap)
2012 Thomas Chippendale 1st Newmarket handicap
2011 Nathaniel 2nd Chester Vase
2010 Monterosso 1st Newmarket handicap
2009 Father Time 2nd Fairway
2008 Campanologist 3rd Lingfield Derby Trial
2007 Boscobel 1st Glasgow

 

Commonwealth Cup (G1), 3yo, six furlongs
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Caravaggio 1st Lacken S.
2016 Quiet Reflection (f) 1st Sandy Lane
2015 Muhaarar 8th Poule d'Essai des Poulains

 

Coronation (G1), 3yo fillies, one mile (round course)
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Winter 1st Irish 1000 Guineas 
2016 Qemah 3rd Poule d'Essai des Pouliches
2015 Ervedya 1st Poule d'Essai des Pouliches
2014 Rizeena 7th 1000 Guineas
2013 Sky Lantern 1st 1000 Guineas
2012 Fallen for You 6th Chartwell Fillies’
2011 Immortal Verse 1st Prix de Sandringham
2010 Lillie Langtry 5th Irish 1000 Guineas
2009 Ghanaati 1st 1000 Guineas
2008 Lush Lashes 5th Oaks
2007 Indian Ink 5th 1000 Guineas

 

Queen’s Vase (G2), 3yo, 1 3/4 miles (previously 2 miles)
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Stradivarius 2nd Chester H.
2016 Sword Fighter 3rd Naas race
2015 Aloft Layoff since October
2014 Hartnell 2nd Lingfield Derby Trial
2013 Leading Light 1st Gallinule
2012 Estimate (f) 1st Salisbury maiden
2011 Namibian 3rd Edinburgh Cup (h’cap)
2010 Mikhail Glinka 3rd Ballysax
2009 Holberg 3rd Glasgow
2008 Patkai 1st Haydock handicap
2007 Mahler 11th Derby

 

Royal Ascot Historical Results for Saturday

Hardwicke (G2), 4yo/up, 1 1/2 miles
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 Idaho 6th Coronation Cup
2016 Dartmouth 1st Ormonde
2015 Snow Sky 1st Yorkshire Cup
2014 Telescope 2nd Huxley
2013 Thomas Chippendale 2nd Buckhounds
2012 Sea Moon 1st Tapster
2011 Await the Dawn 1st Huxley
2010 Harbinger 1st Ormonde
2009 Bronze Cannon 1st Jockey Club
2008 Macarthur 3rd Coronation Cup
2007 Maraahel 3rd Coronation Cup

 

Diamond Jubilee (G1), 4yo/up, six furlongs
YEAR WINNER PRIOR RACE
2019    
2018    
2017 The Tin Man 5th Duke of York S.
2016 Twilight Son 5th Duke of York
2015 Undrafted 2nd TwinSpires Turf Sprint (US)
2014 Slade Power 1st Greenlands
2013 Lethal Force 2nd Duke of York
2012 Black Caviar 1st Goodwood (Aus)
2011 Society Rock 2nd Haydock conditions
2010 Starspangledbanner 5th Duke of York
2009 Art Connoisseur 7th European Free H.
2008 Kingsgate Native 10th King’s Stand
2007 Soldier’s Tale 3rd John of Gaunt

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Royal Ascot Betting Archives

2018 Tipsheets for each each day of racing at Royal Ascot

Royal Ascot Pick 4 Race Schedule for 2018

Tuesday 19th June Races For Pick 4:
Race 3                   King's Stand Stakes
Race 4                   St James's Palace Stakes
Race 5                   Ascot Stakes
Race 6                   Wolferton Stakes
 
Wednesday 20th June Races For Pick 4:
Race 1                   Queen Mary Stakes
Race 2                   The Queen's Vase
Race 3                   Duke of Cambridge Stakes
Race 4                   Prince of Wales
 
Thursday 21st June Races For Pick 4:
Race 1                  Norfolk Stakes
Race 2                  The Hampton Court Stakes
Race 3                  The Ribblesdale Stakes
Race 4                  Gold Cup
 
Friday 22nd June Races For Pick 4:
Race 3                  Common Wealth Cup
Race 4                  Coronation Stakes
Race 5                  Sandringham Stakes
Race 6                  Duke of Edinburgh Stakes
 
Saturday 23rd June Races For Pick 4:
Race 1                  Chesham Stakes
Race 2                  Hardwick
Race 4                  Diamond Jubilee
Race 6                  Queen Alexander

 

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