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Royal Ascot: Race of the Day – The Ascot Gold Cup (Thursday 4.20)

Run over a stamina-sapping 20-furlongs, plenty of good horses have tried and failed to see out the trip. Meanwhile, Aidan O’Brien had dominated the last decade of the Ascot Gold Cup, winning 6 of them with 3 different horses and 5 different jockeys, whilst Ryan Moore and Frankie Dettori are the only winning jockeys in that time who have a mount today.

The last 3 winners have all been 4-year-olds, but 5 and 6-year-olds have a similar overall record.

Here’s our analysis and tip for the big race.


Yet to race beyond 15-furlongs, and was behind Brown Panther in Meydan earlier this year – suggesting he’s not quite up to winning this.


A staying on 5th in last year’s Doncaster Cup means he should get the trip, but would prefer softer ground.

Forgotten Rules

May have started life in a National Hunt flat race, but has looked all over a group 1 performer in three flat runs since. Sure to stay but is another who connections would have preferred softer ground for.

Havana Beat

Never got involved when 8th in last year’s renewal, and a similar story probably awaits.


A mountain to climb on official ratings.

Tac De Boitron

Guaranteed to get the trip but connections usually only run him on soft ground. He’s an 8-year-old now so they may risk him in what is surely the twilight of his career.

Forever Now

Been behind a few of today’s rivals on his last two runs and the trip will need to improve him.


Improved on his last two starts when stepped up to 14-furlongs, and looks sure to appreciate this extra distance. Trained by the very inform combination of O’Brien and Moore.


Beat Vent De Force and Forever now when taking the Sagaro over 2-miles here earlier this year. The Cumani stable was red-hot then though, but has lots of untapped potential.


Connections step him up a full mile in trip – a complete unknown at the distance.

Trip To Paris

Could never get to Vent De Force when runner-up at Sandown, but the way he rattled home in the Chester Cup suggests he’ll relish the trip. Stable form a bit of a worry.

Vent De Force

Trainer Hughie Morrison does well with his stayers and this one hacked-up at Sandown last time when granted an easy lead. Morrison’s two runner so far this week have both been placed.


Fourth in last year’s St Leger, but that effort didn’t suggest he really wanted this extreme trip.

Today’s Horse Racing Betting Advice

There’s a chance Forgotten Rules in a freak and will win, but I’d much sooner take him on with Kingfisher who looks to be crying out for a proper trip and is trained by Aidan O’Brien and ridden by Ryan Moore.

Greyhound Betting Tips : The 2015 William Hill Greyhound Derby Semi Finals

Greyhound punters have plenty to get stuck into this weekend with Romford and Sunderland live on Friday evening and Wimbledon live on Saturday featuring the Derby Plate heats and the Champion Hurdle Heats, it is however the 2015 William Hill Greyhound Derby Semi-Finals that take centre stage with the races at 8.33 and 8.51 live on Racing Post Greyhound TV.

On Friday evening we have Romford Greyhound Tips with an all open race card. The Romford Friday Night 500 Maiden Stayers Final at 9.24 is the feature race and with litter mates Teejays Porsche (T1) and Teejays Panther (T2) lining up against each other it should be a cracker. The key to this race is simply the break, whichever ‘Teejays’ manages to lead into the first bend will be very hard to beat, they both performed very well on six bend debut last Friday and with improvement likely they could be a pair to follow over the next couple of months over the shorter six bend trips. Don’t rule out Coolavanny Ester from T6, the wide seed would have a chance on the bunny and if the littler mates hold each other up at the first bend that could hand the advantage to Ester in the striped jacket.

The PGT Free Friday tip runs a little later in the 10.26 from T3, Clondoty Alex is the selection. The Mark Wallis trained son of Razldazl Jayfkay is blessed with electric early pace and if he puts that to good use and leads this field he will be very hard to beat. The key to the race as ever over the 400 meter trip at Romford will be the break, we need ‘Alex’ to smash out and kick for home down the back straight.


Saturday – Wimbledon live on Racing Post Greyhound TV

The first semi-final at 8.33 is a cracker, Farloe Blitz is the likely leader from T2 but with Rio Quattro (T1) and Eden The Kid (T3) in the race and both likely to turn handy it will be interesting to see whether the three quick runs inside seven days will have taken there toll and this race will prove to be the acid test for the Irish early paced runner from the McKenna kennel.

The second semi-final at 8.51 looks wide open with Paradise Maverik (T1), Lenson Sanchez (T4) Tynwald Bish (T5) and Viking Jack (T6) all capable of putting in a huge run and this race looks likely to be decided on the break and run into the first bend. The selection based on a plot draw will is Paradise Maverik, the Irish raider from the Pat Buckley kennel was very impressive in his quarter final on Tuesday evening and will take all the beating on Saturday from the inside draw in a race full of middle and wide seeds.

Notable runners in the Champion Hurdle on Saturday night include Razldazlnewstalk (T1, 9.08), Cornamaddy Jumbo (T6, 9.24) and Jetstream Reason from T1 in the final heat at 9.40.

Sunday – Henlow Greyhound Tips,  qlive on Racing Post Greyhound TV

As ever on a Sunday evening Henlow will be live on RPGTV from 6.15pm. The first live race will be the 6.30pm with the final race on the card at 9.15pm. Join the RPGTV panel for the latest prices and information on sky channel 212 and don’t forget to check out the latest selections from Premier Greyhound Tips.

Ascot Daily Horse Racing Tips – Prince of Wales Stakes (Wednesday 4.20)

The 10-furlong Prince of Wales Stakes is open to horses 4-years-old and older, and a select field of 9 runners are set to do battle after the withdrawal of California Chrome.

The last 10 renewals have been won by five 4-year-olds, four 5-year-olds and one 6-year-old, whilst the only jockey riding today who has won it in the last decade is Frankie Dettori.

Here’s our race of the day analysis and tip.

Cannock Chase

The only course and distance winner represents the powerful combination of Michael Stoute and Ryan Moore, but that win came off a mark of just 97. He’s now rated 111, which is 15lb lower than the Grey Gatsby, but could improve further back on quick ground.


Foreign raider who is somewhat of an unknown quantity, though none of the Southern Hemisphere horses ran up to expectation on Tuesday.


A massive fancy for last year’s Arc de Triomphe, but has not run since disappointing there, and his pedigree suggests he’d like the ground softer.

Free Eagle

After just four runs he’s rated 120, and could still have any amount of improvement in him. Was third in last year’s Champion Stakes, a form line which makes about the equal of The Grey Gatsby on a line through Al Kazeem, though he may be capable of better. Will have to be truly top-notch to take this on his seasonal debut though.

Gailo Chop

French raider whose second placed finish behind Solow last time suggests he’s definitely not without a chance, though that was only a 4 runner affair, and he’s not proven on ground this fast.


Another Southern Hemisphere raider dipping his toe in the lucrative Royal Ascot pond, but may wish he’d stayed in warmer waters.

The Grey Gatsby

10 furlongs seemed to be the making of him last year, but it will be interesting to see whether Jamie Spencer can get the same tune out of Kevin Ryan’s horse as Ryan Moore tends to. Slightly disappointing last time, but is top-rated and has an obvious chance.

Western Hymn

Frankie Dettori takes the mount on John Gosden’s 4-year-old. Won both his starts this season, both at Sandown where he’s now unbeaten in three starts, but could finish only 4th in last year’s Champion Stakes on soft ground that should have suited.

Free Racing Tips For Today

The Grey Gatsby and Free Eagle will surely be on the premises come the finish, but I can’t help thinking that Ryan Moore is riding Cannock Chase because he believes that this was always the target for Michael Stoute’s 4-year-old. He’s the only course winner and should relish the fast surface – so he looks the value bet at 8/1 (William Hill, Coral) 1/4 odds 1-2-3.

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