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Friday, 17 June 2011

Golden Jubilee - Saturday 18th June - Royal Ascot

The final day of Royal Ascot sees the fifth leg of the Global Sprint Challenge in the 6 furlong Golden Jubilee Stakes and a more British & Irish affair than Tuesday's King's Stand with Australian sprinter Star Witness & French trained Amico Fritz the only non-Irish foreign raiders.

Star Witness has some form in softish conditions and ran well to finish 2nd in the King's Stand, if further improvement comes from that run then the current odds of 5/1 look fair. Of the British horses Bated Breath is probably the horse most open to improvement being a lightly raced 4 year old with a top trainer in Roger Charlton and the right jockey to hold him up for a late challenge in Richard Hughes. If the ground were to be on the quick side of good Bated Breath would be our automatic suggestion especially at generous odds of around 7/1, however he does seem the type to be suited by really quick ground and this race is maybe not the one to go to war with him.

Dalghar was in the hands of French trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre up until this season when he was transferred over to Andrew Balding in the colours of new owners. Being a half brother to two of the last 20 years' most outstanding middle distance colts in Daylami & Dalakhani wouldn't instantly lead you to believe that 6 furlongs was Dalghar's ideal distance. However after competing at the highest level at a mile, up against Goldikova (by the same sire, Anabaa, as Dalghar) & Paco Boy it was clear he wasn't quite lasting out over that distance. Dalghar travels well in his races and will be one of the few to genuinely relish the underfoot conditions and that could be decisive. Since final declarations were made the price of Dalghar has been shortening and is down to 10/1 in places today, this is still value but try to get the 12/1 on offer for a really outstanding price.

Selection: Dalghar 10/1+


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