The 2018 Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot
|Friday 22nd June 2018|
|Local Time (BST)||UTC||EDT||CDT||MDT||PDT||Race|
|4:20pm||3:20 PM||11:20 AM||10:20 AM||9:20 AM||8:20 AM||The Coronation Stakes (Group 1)|
About The Coronation Stakes of Royal Ascot
The Coronation Stakes was established 1840, and the Group 1 race for 3-year-old fillies is run at Ascot Racecourse over a distance of 1,603 meters (1 mile). The race title commemorates the Coronation of a new British monarch, Queen Victoria in 1838. The race features Europe’s best 3-year-old fillies on the turf, and is held on the fourth day of the 5-day Royal Ascot meeting.
The Coronation usually features fillies which ran previously in the English 1,000 Guineas, the Poule d’Essai des Pouliches or the Irish 1,000 Guineas. In 2017, heavy favorite Winter (4-9) prevailed in the Coronation Stakes, and she entered off effortless wins in the Irish and English 1000 Guineas races.
Winter’s 2017 win marked the 13th time in the last 15 runnings of the Coronation that a filly priced 6-1 or less has won the race. The biggest priced winner since 2000 was Fallen for You at 12-1 in 2012.
Other key trends to point you towards a winner in the Coronation Stakes include:
Winners of Prince of Wales Stakes since 2000 (age)
- 5 of the last 12 winners were favorites or co-favorites
- 5 of the last 12 winners won their previous race
- Each of the last 11 winners had their last run in May or June
- 4 of the last 12 winners had at least one previous run at Ascot
- 10 of the last 12 winners had at least two previous runs of 8 furlongs or longer
- 10 of last 12 winners had a rating of 109 or higher
- 10 of the last 11 winners finished 1st of 2nd in one of their last two starts
- 7 of last 12 winners had at least 1 win in a Group 1 race
- 8 of the last 12 winners had at least 1 previous win that season