Sir Michael Stoute knows how to write the perfect Royal Ascot script delivering storied tale at this place for four decades and counting.
Big personalities Frankie Dettori and Oisin Murphy are the Chuckle Brothers of the jockey weighing room and while racing is a serious business, the latter finally got the last laugh at Royal Ascot.
Royal Ascot started in glorious sunshine on Tuesday and finishes on near sodden ground on Saturday. Here is your guide to the fifth and final day of one of flat racing’s finest meetings. Royal Ascot 2021 tips and best bets for day 5 2.30pm Chesham Stakes POINT LONSDALE shaped like a colt of Group 1 potential earlier this month, having put up one of the 2-year-old performances of the season when romping away with a 7f maiden at the Curragh, with the clock backing up the deep impression left visua
Betting on Royal Ascot? Get free bets and more with these offers Marlborough's tips for day five of Royal Ascot If things did not quite swing Frankie Dettori’s way in Thursday’s Gold Cup, the pendulum swung back fully in his favour in Friday's Commonwealth Cup when he was beaten on the American filly Campanelle but was awarded the race in the stewards’ room. Trained by the Florida-based Wesley Ward Campanelle, a 5-1 shot, was beaten a head by Dragon Symbol, ridden by Oisin Murphy, in a humdinger