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19 Jun 19

Full race previews for Royal Ascot Day 3 are on the dedicated page simplyhorsetips.wordpress.com/royal-ascot-2019/ NAP Sunday Sovereign 15/8 (sky) – Ascot 14:30 – 2pts win Note that at the time of posting there are some bookies offering 9/4 on the NAP, however I have specifically noted Sky at 15/8 as they offer BOG the night before racing […]

19 Jun 19
WKBN
WEST MIDDLESEX, PA (MyValleyTributes) – John Richard Kizak, 82, of West Middlesex, passed away Monday evening, June 17, 2019, in UPMC Horizon, Shenango Valley. Mr. Kizak was born April 8, 1937, in Sharon, a son of the late Richard and Mary (Piai) Kizak. He was a 1955 graduate of Hickory High School. John served as a cook in the U.S. Army Reserves and was employed more than 28 years at the former National Castings, Sharon, until its closing. Later, he worked at Philadelphia Candies, Hermitage. John was a member of the Church of the Good Shepherd, West Middlesex. He shared a special bond with his grandchildren and rarely missed any of their sporting events. John was a fan of Cleveland sports as well as NASCAR and sprint car racing. He had an extensive collection of hats and would add to his collection when he visited somewhere new. John is survived by his wife, the former Gerry Zipay, whom he married July 24, 1961; two daughters, Kelly Palmer and her husband, Todd, of West Middlesex and Kimberly Underwood and her husband, Chad, of Canfield, Ohio; three grandchildren, Brittany (Dennis) Tong, Jerrod Palmer and Linley Underwood; a great-grandchild, Michael Tong; a sister, Marcia Walters and her husband, Tom, of La Porte, Indiana and two brothers, Donald Kizak and his wife, Patricia, of Hermitage and Michael Kizak of Transfer. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be directed to Church of the Good Shepherd, 3613 Sharon Road, West Middlesex, PA 16159 or to a charity of the donor’s choice. Calling hours will be 9:30 a.m. until the time of the Mass Saturday, June 22 in the Church of the Good Shepherd, West Middlesex. Mass of Christian burial will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, June 22 in the church, with Rev. Glenn Whitman, pastor, as celebrant. Arrangements handled by J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory. A television tribute will air Thursday, June 20 at the following approximate times: 12:25 p.m. WKBN, 6:58 p.m. on MyYTV and 10:37 p.m. FOX plus two additional spots throughout the day.
19 Jun 19
CauseACTION Clarion

We’ve been hearing a lot recently about transgender athletes competing as their preferred gender. Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives (along with eight Republicans) passed a bill on Friday that would allow biological male athletes who identify as trans women to compete against biological women in sports. In Connecticut, three female teenagers have submitted […]

19 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
ROLL up, roll up – day 3 of Ascot is upon us and once again Templegate and Chappers are raring to go. Matt banged in a winner with Crystal Ocean on Day 2, but Templegate is confident he’s got the ammo to pull it back on Thursday. [boxout headline=”Standings (£1 Stakes)”]January: Chappers 1 – 0 Templegate February: Chappers 1 – 1 Templegate March: Chappers 1 – 2 Templegate April: Chappers 2 – 2 Templegate May: Chappers 3 – 2 Templegate June: Chappers £0 – -£5 Templegate [/boxout] [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Fpromotions” height=”104″ /] Templegate Get a Head in the Hampton Court Stakes. It was hard not to be impressed by HEADMAN when winning the London Gold Cup last month. That’s usually the hottest three-year-old handicap of the season and has thrown up a string of Group winners in the past including top-class Al Kazeem. Like Headman, he was trained by Roger Charlton. While he’s got a long way to go to match the exploits of that Coral-Eclipse hero his Newbury victory suggests he’s well up to this level. To give weight away all round to a stack of smart prospects was really good and he should continue to improve now he’s in the groove. His previous defeat behind King Ottokar at Newbury came when he burnt himself out pulling too hard on testing ground. That’s clearly not a run to judge him on and, with the track drying out, I’m sure he’ll be fine with today’s conditions. 2.30 Ascot – Sunday Sovereign 3.05 Ascot – Headman (NAP) 3.40 Ascot – Fleeting 4.20 Ascot – Cross Counter 5.00 Ascot – Davydenko 5.35 Ascot – Sinjaari [article-rail-section title=”LATEST NEWS IN HORSE RACING” posts_category=”21″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Chappers We end the day with the King George V Stakes Handicap over nearly a mile and a half at 5.35pm. SINJAARI could be another to run well for Haggas. I was at Windsor when he scored with ease recently and he was far from disgraced when second at Newbury on his next start. The step up in trip is likely to suit. 2.30 Ascot – Ventura Rebel 3.05 Ascot – Fox Chairman 3.40 Ascot – Frankellina 4.20 Ascot – Stradivarius 5.00 Ascot – Beatboxer 5.35 Ascot – Sinjaari (NAP) [bc_video video_id=”6048632765001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Moment injured jockey nearly gets trampled on in the middle of a race in Japan”]
19 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
ROLL up, roll up – day 3 of Ascot is upon us and once again Templegate and Chappers are raring to go. Matt banged in a winner with Crystal Ocean on Day 2, but Templegate is confident he’s got the ammo to pull it back on Thursday. [boxout headline=”Standings (£1 Stakes)”]January: Chappers 1 – 0 Templegate February: Chappers 1 – 1 Templegate March: Chappers 1 – 2 Templegate April: Chappers 2 – 2 Templegate May: Chappers 3 – 2 Templegate June: Chappers £0 – -£5 Templegate [/boxout] [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Fpromotions” height=”104″ /] Templegate Get a Head in the Hampton Court Stakes. It was hard not to be impressed by HEADMAN when winning the London Gold Cup last month. That’s usually the hottest three-year-old handicap of the season and has thrown up a string of Group winners in the past including top-class Al Kazeem. Like Headman, he was trained by Roger Charlton. While he’s got a long way to go to match the exploits of that Coral-Eclipse hero his Newbury victory suggests he’s well up to this level. To give weight away all round to a stack of smart prospects was really good and he should continue to improve now he’s in the groove. His previous defeat behind King Ottokar at Newbury came when he burnt himself out pulling too hard on testing ground. That’s clearly not a run to judge him on and, with the track drying out, I’m sure he’ll be fine with today’s conditions. 2.30 Ascot – Sunday Sovereign 3.05 Ascot – Headman (NAP) 3.40 Ascot – Fleeting 4.20 Ascot – Cross Counter 5.00 Ascot – Davydenko 5.35 Ascot – Sinjaari [article-rail-section title=”LATEST NEWS IN HORSE RACING” posts_category=”419″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Chappers We end the day with the King George V Stakes Handicap over nearly a mile and a half at 5.35pm. SINJAARI could be another to run well for Haggas. I was at Windsor when he scored with ease recently and he was far from disgraced when second at Newbury on his next start. The step up in trip is likely to suit. 2.30 Ascot – Ventura Rebel 3.05 Ascot – Fox Chairman 3.40 Ascot – Frankellina 4.20 Ascot – Stradivarius 5.00 Ascot – Beatboxer 5.35 Ascot – Sinjaari (NAP) [bc_video video_id=”6048632765001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Moment injured jockey nearly gets trampled on in the middle of a race in Japan”]
19 Jun 19
The Sun
ROLL up, roll up – day 3 of Ascot is upon us and once again Templegate and Chappers are raring to go. Matt banged in a winner with Crystal Ocean on Day 2, but Templegate is confident he’s got the ammo to pull it back on Thursday. [boxout headline=”Standings (£1 Stakes)”]January: Chappers 1 – 0 Templegate February: Chappers 1 – 1 Templegate March: Chappers 1 – 2 Templegate April: Chappers 2 – 2 Templegate May: Chappers 3 – 2 Templegate June: Chappers £0 – -£5 Templegate [/boxout] [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Fpromotions” height=”104″ /] Templegate Get a Head in the Hampton Court Stakes. It was hard not to be impressed by HEADMAN when winning the London Gold Cup last month. That’s usually the hottest three-year-old handicap of the season and has thrown up a string of Group winners in the past including top-class Al Kazeem. Like Headman, he was trained by Roger Charlton. While he’s got a long way to go to match the exploits of that Coral-Eclipse hero his Newbury victory suggests he’s well up to this level. To give weight away all round to a stack of smart prospects was really good and he should continue to improve now he’s in the groove. His previous defeat behind King Ottokar at Newbury came when he burnt himself out pulling too hard on testing ground. That’s clearly not a run to judge him on and, with the track drying out, I’m sure he’ll be fine with today’s conditions. 2.30 Ascot – Sunday Sovereign 3.05 Ascot – Headman (NAP) 3.40 Ascot – Fleeting 4.20 Ascot – Cross Counter 5.00 Ascot – Davydenko 5.35 Ascot – Sinjaari [article-rail-section title=”LATEST NEWS IN HORSE RACING” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Chappers We end the day with the King George V Stakes Handicap over nearly a mile and a half at 5.35pm. SINJAARI could be another to run well for Haggas. I was at Windsor when he scored with ease recently and he was far from disgraced when second at Newbury on his next start. The step up in trip is likely to suit. 2.30 Ascot – Ventura Rebel 3.05 Ascot – Fox Chairman 3.40 Ascot – Frankellina 4.20 Ascot – Stradivarius 5.00 Ascot – Beatboxer 5.35 Ascot – Sinjaari (NAP) [bc_video video_id=”6048632765001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Moment injured jockey nearly gets trampled on in the middle of a race in Japan”]
19 Jun 19
The Sun
WE finish day three of Ascot with another competitive handicap. Aidan O’Brien has the favourite with Constantinople and there’s been plenty of good words around for him lately. Baghdad won the 2018 King George V Stakes However, there’s been money in recent days for William Haggas’ Sinjaari who went mightily close to landing the London Gold Cup on his last start. Mark Johnston does well in these sorts of contests and has targeted Sir Ron Priestly at this. Andrew Balding has two in this with Good Birthday and Fox Premier. Almania for Sir Michael Stoute and Questionare for John Gosden are others to mention in a competitive field. Full field for the 2019 King George V Stakes: [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F898548%2Frace-card%0A” height=”2000″ /] How can I watch the race? The race will be shown live on ITV at 5.35pm this Thursday. The full Ascot card will also be broadcast live on Sky Sports Racing. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] [bc_video video_id=”6046058948001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Soldier falls from horse at Trooping the Colour celebrations for Queen’s birthday”]
19 Jun 19
The Sun
AFTER another top day at Ascot the action comes thick and fast once again on Thursday. Here’s all you need to know about the action on day three of the Royal meeting. Race 1: Norfolk Stakes – 2.30pm How many runners are there in the race?  A total of 15 runners line up for Thursday’s opening race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 2 contest run over five furlongs. Who is favourite? Sunday Sovereign is the favourite at around the 9-4 mark. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. [boxout headline=”Royal Ascot Predictor: £5k jackpot and £200 daily prizes” featured-image=”9288955″]1) Come and play our Royal Ascot Predictor game 2) Make daily predictions to accumulate points 3) Compete for a £5k prizepot and £200 daily prizes PLAY HERE[/boxout] Race 2: Hampton Court Stakes – 3.05pm How many runners are there in the race?  A total of 15 runners line up for Thursday’s second race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 3 contest run over one mile and two furlongs. Who is favourite? Cape Of Good Hope and Fox Chairman both head the betting. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. CRACKING ON Which Royal Ascot contender is the Tommy Fury of the racing world? Race 3: Ribblesdale Stakes – 3.40pm How many runners are there in the race?  11 runners line up for Thursday’s third race of the day. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 1 contest run over one mile and four furlongs. Who is favourite? Top-class filly Fleeting heads the market at 7-4. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Race 4: Gold Cup – 4.20pm How many runners are there in the race?  11 runners line up for Thursday’s fourth race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 1 contest run over two miles and four furlongs. Who is favourite? Last year’s winner Stradivarius is the favourite at around 11-10. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. Race 5: Britannia Stakes – 5.00pm How many runners are there in the race?  A huge 30 runners line up for Thursday’s fifth race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Handicap contest run over a mile. Who is favourite? Migration and Velorum both sit near the head of the betting at around 9-1. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. Race 6: King George V Stakes – 5.35pm How many runners are there in the race?  19 runners line up for Thursday’s sixth and final race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Handicap contest run over one mile and four furlongs. Who is favourite? Constantinople is favourite at around 5-1. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. [bc_video video_id=”6017263901001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rabbits caught having SEX in middle of horse race at Dundalk”]
19 Jun 19
The Sun
3.05 HAMPTON COURT STAKES Look for horses that were first or second last time Should have run at least twice this season A distance win is a positive Past six runnings have gone to a fancied horse Cape Of Good Hope, Cap Francais, Fox Chairman, Global Spectrum, Great Scot, Kick On, King Ottakar, Old Glory and Sangarius are all eliminated because they finished out of the first two last time out. A distance win has been an important factor, which is a worry for Arthur Kitt, Buckhurst, Getchagetchagetch and Roseman. That has quickly cut the sizeable field down to just two – Eightsome Reel and HEADMAN. The latter gets the nod because the Queen’s runner is too long in the betting at around 25-1 to be winning this. Headman won nicely at Newbury last time and should have a lot more to offer at this early stage of his career. [boxout headline=”Trends tip for the Hampton Court Stakes”]HEADMAN [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /]
19 Jun 19
The Sun
5.35 KING GEORGE V HANDICAP Look for horses with two, three or four runs this season Being placed last time out is a big plus A win this season is a positive Carrying more than 8st 13lb is tough Horses with a win over 1m2f or more do well WE can start by knocking out horses who were out of the first three last time — Antilles, Persian Moon, Kuwait Currency, Almania, Kaloor, Severance and Majestic Dawn. Constantinople and Leroy Leroy have the big weight to overcome and join the crossed out list. It has been tricky to win this from a single-figure stall in the past decade so Fox Premier, Good Birthday, Summer Loon, Questionare, South Pacific and Babbo’s Boy. That has reduced the hopefuls down to just four — Sinjaari, Sir Ron Priestley, Great Example and Eminence. They have all won at 1m2f or further and have the right sort of profile for this race. Narrowing the shortlist further, SIR RON PRIESTLEY won at Haydock last time and that has been a good pointer to this and he comes from Mark Johnston, who has an excellent record in this race. [boxout headline=”Trends tip for the King George V Stakes”]SIR RON PRIESTLY [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /]
19 Jun 19
The Sun
WE continue Thursday’s Royal Ascot action with the Hampton Court Stakes, but who will our top tipsters be backing? With tips from our very own Templegate, Matt Chapman and the latest race trends, we’ve got the all-important views on each race right here. Who is running in the Hampton Court Stakes? [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F898544%2Frace-card%0A” height=”1500″ /] What are the top tips for the race? Templegate – Headman It was hard not to be impressed by HEADMAN when winning the London Gold Cup last month. That’s usually the hottest three-year-old handicap of the season and has thrown up a string of Group winners in the past including top-class Al Kezeem. Matt Chapman – Fox Chairman Has every chance of hitting the frame for Andrew Balding and Silvestre de Sousa. He never got a chance to shine at Chester last time when boxed in, but he showed enough behind Circus Maximus to suggest after just two runs there could be much more to come. Wizard Of Odds – Roseman ROSEMAN can bloom in the Hampton Court Stakes. The famous maze at the palace that gives this race its name may be easier to solve as a clutch of improving three-year-olds go into battle. But there was lots to like about the way Roger Varian’s hope ran King Of Comedy close over a mile at Sandown last time. He went on to run well here on Tuesday and this son of Kingman shapes as though the longer trip will help on just his fourth racecourse run. Trends – Headman The trends have quickly cut the sizeable field down to just two – Eightsome Reel and HEADMAN. The latter gets the nod because the Queen’s runner is too long in the betting at around 25-1 to be winning this. Headman won nicely at Newbury last time and should have a lot more to offer at this early stage of his career. [boxout headline=”Top tips for the Hampton Court Stakes”]Templegate – Headman Matt Chapman – Fox Chairman Wizard Of Odds – Sunday Sovereign Trends – Mount Fuji [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /]
19 Jun 19
The Sun
AIDAN O’BRIEN landed the race last year with Hunting Horn and he could be looking at another win in the race with Cape Of Good Hope. O’Brien’s three-year-old heads the betting after finishing fourth in the French Derby last time out. Hunting Horn bounds clear to land the Hampton Court Stakes The unexposed Fox Champion looks to hold a good chance for Andrew Balding and Silvestre De Sousa and has been well fancied. Roger Charlton send the talented Headman while Roger Varian is represented by Roseman, Sangarius still looks to have plenty of potential and must be respected for Frankie Dettori and Sir Michael Stoute. Good luck nailing down the winner here. Full field for the 2019 Hampton Court Stakes: [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F898544%2Frace-card%0A” height=”1500″ /] How can I watch the race? The race will be shown live on ITV at 3.05pm this Thursday. The full Ascot card will also be broadcast live on Sky Sports Racing. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] [bc_video video_id=”6046058948001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Soldier falls from horse at Trooping the Colour celebrations for Queen’s birthday”]
19 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
AFTER another top day at Ascot the action comes thick and fast once again on Thursday. Here’s all you need to know about the action on day three of the Royal meeting. Race 1: Norfolk Stakes – 2.30pm How many runners are there in the race?  A total of 15 runners line up for Thursday’s opening race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 2 contest run over five furlongs. Who is favourite? Sunday Sovereign is the favourite at around the 9-4 mark. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. [boxout headline=”Royal Ascot Predictor: £5k jackpot and £200 daily prizes” featured-image=”4362702″]1) Come and play our Royal Ascot Predictor game 2) Make daily predictions to accumulate points 3) Compete for a £5k prizepot and £200 daily prizes PLAY HERE[/boxout] Race 2: Hampton Court Stakes – 3.05pm How many runners are there in the race?  A total of 15 runners line up for Thursday’s second race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 3 contest run over one mile and two furlongs. Who is favourite? Cape Of Good Hope and Fox Chairman both head the betting. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. CRACKING ON Which Royal Ascot contender is the Tommy Fury of the racing world? Race 3: Ribblesdale Stakes – 3.40pm How many runners are there in the race?  11 runners line up for Thursday’s third race of the day. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 1 contest run over one mile and four furlongs. Who is favourite? Top-class filly Fleeting heads the market at 7-4. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”419″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Race 4: Gold Cup – 4.20pm How many runners are there in the race?  11 runners line up for Thursday’s fourth race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 1 contest run over two miles and four furlongs. Who is favourite? Last year’s winner Stradivarius is the favourite at around 11-10. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. Race 5: Britannia Stakes – 5.00pm How many runners are there in the race?  A huge 30 runners line up for Thursday’s fifth race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Handicap contest run over a mile. Who is favourite? Migration and Velorum both sit near the head of the betting at around 9-1. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. Race 6: King George V Stakes – 5.35pm How many runners are there in the race?  19 runners line up for Thursday’s sixth and final race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Handicap contest run over one mile and four furlongs. Who is favourite? Constantinople is favourite at around 5-1. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. [bc_video video_id=”6017263901001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rabbits caught having SEX in middle of horse race at Dundalk”]
19 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
AFTER another top day at Ascot the action comes thick and fast once again on Thursday. Here’s all you need to know about the action on day three of the Royal meeting. Race 1: Norfolk Stakes – 2.30pm How many runners are there in the race?  A total of 15 runners line up for Thursday’s opening race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 2 contest run over five furlongs. Who is favourite? Sunday Sovereign is the favourite at around the 9-4 mark. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. [boxout headline=”Royal Ascot Predictor: £5k jackpot and £200 daily prizes” featured-image=”4211679″]1) Come and play our Royal Ascot Predictor game 2) Make daily predictions to accumulate points 3) Compete for a £5k prizepot and £200 daily prizes PLAY HERE[/boxout] Race 2: Hampton Court Stakes – 3.05pm How many runners are there in the race?  A total of 15 runners line up for Thursday’s second race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 3 contest run over one mile and two furlongs. Who is favourite? Cape Of Good Hope and Fox Chairman both head the betting. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. CRACKING ON Which Royal Ascot contender is the Tommy Fury of the racing world? Race 3: Ribblesdale Stakes – 3.40pm How many runners are there in the race?  11 runners line up for Thursday’s third race of the day. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 1 contest run over one mile and four furlongs. Who is favourite? Top-class filly Fleeting heads the market at 7-4. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”21″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Race 4: Gold Cup – 4.20pm How many runners are there in the race?  11 runners line up for Thursday’s fourth race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Group 1 contest run over two miles and four furlongs. Who is favourite? Last year’s winner Stradivarius is the favourite at around 11-10. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. Race 5: Britannia Stakes – 5.00pm How many runners are there in the race?  A huge 30 runners line up for Thursday’s fifth race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Handicap contest run over a mile. Who is favourite? Migration and Velorum both sit near the head of the betting at around 9-1. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. Race 6: King George V Stakes – 5.35pm How many runners are there in the race?  19 runners line up for Thursday’s sixth and final race. How far is it and what’s its status? It’s a Handicap contest run over one mile and four furlongs. Who is favourite? Constantinople is favourite at around 5-1. How can I watch it? The race will be broadcast live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing. [bc_video video_id=”6017263901001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rabbits caught having SEX in middle of horse race at Dundalk”]
19 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
WE finish day three of Ascot with another competitive handicap. Aidan O’Brien has the favourite with Constantinople and there’s been plenty of good words around for him lately. Baghdad won the 2018 King George V Stakes However, there’s been money in recent days for William Haggas’ Sinjaari who went mightily close to landing the London Gold Cup on his last start. Mark Johnston does well in these sorts of contests and has targeted Sir Ron Priestly at this. Andrew Balding has two in this with Good Birthday and Fox Premier. Almania for Sir Michael Stoute and Questionare for John Gosden are others to mention in a competitive field. Full field for the 2019 King George V Stakes: [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F898548%2Frace-card%0A” height=”2000″ /] How can I watch the race? The race will be shown live on ITV at 5.35pm this Thursday. The full Ascot card will also be broadcast live on Sky Sports Racing. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”419″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] [bc_video video_id=”6046058948001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Soldier falls from horse at Trooping the Colour celebrations for Queen’s birthday”]
19 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
WE finish day three of Ascot with another competitive handicap. Aidan O’Brien has the favourite with Constantinople and there’s been plenty of good words around for him lately. Baghdad won the 2018 King George V Stakes However, there’s been money in recent days for William Haggas’ Sinjaari who went mightily close to landing the London Gold Cup on his last start. Mark Johnston does well in these sorts of contests and has targeted Sir Ron Priestly at this. Andrew Balding has two in this with Good Birthday and Fox Premier. Almania for Sir Michael Stoute and Questionare for John Gosden are others to mention in a competitive field. Full field for the 2019 King George V Stakes: [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F898548%2Frace-card%0A” height=”2000″ /] How can I watch the race? The race will be shown live on ITV at 5.35pm this Thursday. The full Ascot card will also be broadcast live on Sky Sports Racing. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”21″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] [bc_video video_id=”6046058948001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Soldier falls from horse at Trooping the Colour celebrations for Queen’s birthday”]
19 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
3.05 HAMPTON COURT STAKES Look for horses that were first or second last time Should have run at least twice this season A distance win is a positive Past six runnings have gone to a fancied horse Cape Of Good Hope, Cap Francais, Fox Chairman, Global Spectrum, Great Scot, Kick On, King Ottakar, Old Glory and Sangarius are all eliminated because they finished out of the first two last time out. A distance win has been an important factor, which is a worry for Arthur Kitt, Buckhurst, Getchagetchagetch and Roseman. That has quickly cut the sizeable field down to just two – Eightsome Reel and HEADMAN. The latter gets the nod because the Queen’s runner is too long in the betting at around 25-1 to be winning this. Headman won nicely at Newbury last time and should have a lot more to offer at this early stage of his career. [boxout headline=”Trends tip for the Hampton Court Stakes”]HEADMAN [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”419″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /]