Royal Ascot betting
Royal Ascot is an internationally renowned sporting and
social occasion, where tradition, pageantry and style all
meet in a glorious setting – against the spectacular
backdrop of top class thoroughbreds and world famous jockeys
competing for some of the highest accolades in horseracing.
The quality of the horseracing is simply outstanding, with
over £3 million in prize money and a total of sixteen
Group races on offer, including at least one Group One event
on each of the five days.
The action on the track is matched only by the fashions
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one of the most sophisticated and elegant events in the
If they experienced pain or discomfort from running on it
once then they will not let themselves down on it again. Not
While i couldn't state categorically that Turnkey falls into
this bracket, his racing record and the way he has been
campaigned strongly suggests that he doesn't want fast
ground. You can't argue with it, well you actually seem to
be able to, but then again you have need to bend the truth
in order to do so.
Just to spell it out for you, Turnkey has run ONCE on
good/firm ground. It was as a 2 year old at Ascot where he
ran a very good 4th.
For every run after that race he has raced on ground that
was Good (once) and slower than good every other time. Those
are the facts.
So assuming the Wokingham is run on good/firm (as seems
likely) then your selection has 1 piece of form,2 years ago,
out of over a dozen races which you can argue your case
Obviously its all about opinions but you do seem rather keen
to air yours pretty frequently, it would be nice if you
actually had some proper facts to back them up rather than
your slightly skewed way of thinking. if the 4 yr olds can
improve - he cant 6 yr olds need to be higher in ratings -
this is backed up by the newmarket race /ice planet - i
think this race is over rated there are some good horses in
but there are some really bad ones - not many have done much
- just cos big field at new tend to think its auto good -
this was weak
If Borderlescott was trained by Nicholls it'd be half the
price. This is an uncomplicated horse: goes on any ground,
can make running or come from behind, and has the
disconcerting habit of winning races. Trainer has one horse
and one target this year: Borderlescott for the Wokingham.
Given any sort of draw, he must go VERY CLOSE.