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Punters Tip For 2021 Royal Ascot—Top Favourites

 

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The Royal Ascot begins on Tuesday, in the third week of June, and it’s set to feature the thrills and spills that are synonymous with major sporting events. We take a quick glance at the 2021 Royal Ascot favourites that are currently catching the attention of punters in the ante-post betting markets.

Punters will have the opportunity to predict a winner in hopes that they’ll predict right and smile to the bank. However, with every potential to win comes the potential for a loss. As such, punters require some tips to select a likely winner for the 2021 Royal Ascot.

Below are some horses that are already standing out as a noteworthy challenger for the Royal Ascot:

1. STRADIVARIUS

The 7-year-old horse is dubbed the million-pound horse since he won the €1million prize after becoming victorious in the Ascot Gold Cup, Yorkshire Cup, Lonsdale Cup and Goodwood Cup in 2018.

He had an impressive display in 2018, 2019, and 2020 Royal Ascot as he won the Ascot Gold Cup royal in those three years, and age bettors see him as a noteworthy title defender for this years’ event.

His regular jockey is Frankie Dettori, and since he’s still agile on the horse, nothing seems to prevent him from giving the same dazzling performance he gave in the previous Ascot events. He’s injury-free and seems agile enough for the race—he’s definitely a hot jockey for this years’ Royal Ascot, and it’s sure going to be in years to come.

If Stradivarius and his horse grace this years’ Royal Ascot, punters and bookmakers believe that he’s definitely going to follow the prints of the legendary Yeats, who graced the winners’ enclave four times consecutively from 2006 to 2009.

 

2. BATTAASH

Battash undoubtedly ranks among the fastest flat racing horses that’ll be gracing the competition, and he showed his superiority in a stylish way when he won the event last year. Punters and bookmakers believe that he’ll be a top-favourite if he lines up for the King’s Stand Stakes. He’ll be expected to defend his title over the 5 furlongs on the first day of the 2021 Royal Ascot event.

He came close to winning the 2018 and 2019 event of the King’s Stand, and finally achieved his dream of being crowned winner at the 2020 renewal. Every odds looks in his favour and bookmakers believe that he currently stands the best chance for punters. The Charles Hills trained 7-year old horse has a good chance to claim a back-to-back victory.

 

3. PALACE PIER

The John Gosden trained horse won the St Jame’s Palace Stakes in 2020 and it was saddled by the hot jockey Frankie Dettori. It was a highly titillating event that got the spectators on their feet, and this year is expected to see a repetition of the excitement.

In that event, Detorri began slowly then gained momentum with less than a furlong left in the race. It overtook punters favourite Pinatubo to win the event by less than a length.

Palace Pier was able to further engrain his supremacy with a victory in the Jacques Le Marois race that stunned spectators. Bookmakers believe that the long break will make him well-tuned enough to recover from the unfortunate event that befell him in last year’s Royal Ascot after his horseshoe was lost; he finished third in that event.

 

CAMPANELLE

The American-Trained horse is expected to race at the Commonwealth Cup in this Years’ Royal Ascot event. The Wesley Ward trained horse won the Queen Mary Stakes in 2020, and it’s expected to give an impressive performance this year. The 3-year old horse stylishly won a reputable race in France last year before going back to his home country.

Punters should exercise caution stacking on this horse as the Commonwealth Cup is very unpredictable and there are expected to be a lot of horses vying for the crown in this years’ competition.

 

 

 

 

 

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Can Ms Parfois Cause A Grand National 2019 Upset

Can Ms Parfois Cause A Grand National 2019 Upset  

By now most horse racing fans know that the next big race on the calendar is the 2019 Grand National. Scheduled for Saturday April 6th at 5.15pm, it is the biggest race in Europe with a million pounds up for grabs.

Tiger Roll, last year’s winner, is still on excellent form. A win in the Glenfarclas Chase at the Cheltenham Festival last week propelled him to the top of the odds market where he is now as short as 5/1 to win the Aintree spectacular – again.

But, as in every race, nothing is a sure thing. This year Tiger Roll will have just as much competition and from some unlikely sources. Vintage Clouds and Lake View Lad, both owned by Trevor Hemmings, did very well to finish second and third in the Ultima Chase and Anibale Fly ran the race of his life to finish runner-up in the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

But it’s the Grand National runner Ms Parfois, who looks like she could give Tiger Roll a run for his money. The eight-year-old mare may not look like the whole package but scratch beneath the surface and her credentials start to speak for themselves.

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Heading of the article – Vosburgh Stakes: An Automatic berth in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint

The Vosburgh Stakes is one of the final major horse races of the United States racing calendar. The event takes place in September at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. The race features three-year-old horses or older. Vosburgh Stakes is just one of the big race events in the U.S., while enthusiasts in Great Britain can already get Grand National tips for next year’s contest.

This year’s Vosburgh Stakes will take place on Saturday, September 29. Each horse that features in the long running race is invited. The invitations can be quite exclusive. Although the Vosburgh Stakes isn’t as well-known as the Preakness Stakes, Kentucky Derby, or England’s Grand National, it is a race that can prepare a horse for big things in the future.

Vosburgh Stakes – History

The Vosburgh Stakes was first run in 1940. The race was named after racing aficionado Walter S. Vosburgh, who was the official handicapper for The Jockey Club. When it was established, the Vosburgh Stakes was open to all ages. The open age rules ended in 1958. Since then, only horses of either gender aged three years or older can participate.

Vosburgh Stakes – What to expect

The race is run over six furlongs on dirt. It is one of the more important on the U.S. horse racing calendar. The horse that wins at Belmont Park qualifies automatically for the Breeders’ Cup Sprint. There are six races that qualify horses for the Breeders’ Cup Sprint with the Vosburgh Stakes typically being the fourth of the season. In 2017, the race’s purse was $350,000. It isn’t a small amount and it can be a stepping stone to even greater things.

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Important Australian Thoroughbred Horse Racing Events 2018

If you don’t live in Australia, you might be unaware of the fact that horse racing is an incredibly important spectator sport here. Every year, various racing events take place where people like to pass their time betting on the stallions. In fact, the Thoroughbred Racing Industry or TRI has now become an integral part of Australian sports and lifestyle traditions along with the economy.

Each year, more than 19,000 horse races are staged in different parts of the Australian continent. These races include including flat racing and racing over hurdles with more than 4.5 million people watching and betting on the horses. This is the reason why Australia is home to one of the biggest thoroughbred horseracing purses. Since it is one of the national pastimes, it only makes sense that you take part in it.

Online betting platforms like Blue Bet offer horse race enthusiasts to make well-informed bets and get a chance to win some serious money and have fun doing it. Among the many races held across Australia, the following races are the most important ones you can look forward to in 2018:

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Cheltenham Festival News: Faugheen hits the headlines and heads to Kempton with John?

Cheltenham Festival News:  Faugheen hits the headlines and heads to Kempton with John?

It has been a busy news week for the 2018 Cheltenham Festival.  The annual four day race meeting, which is the ‘Holy Grail’ of National Hunt horse racing, may feature a ‘championship’ race every day but the Timico Gold Cup and Unibet Champion Hurdle are the undoubted headline acts.

An imperious performance by Faugheen at Punchestown meant a plethora of ‘professional money’ and doubtlessly a raft of 2018 Cheltenham free bets combined to see his priced smashed into a proverbial jigsaw puzzle and the 2015 Cheltenham Hurdle winner is now trading at just 9/4 with the big race sponsors. Read more »

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