Ben Linfoot Value Bet: Royal Ascot day one tips

Ben Linfoot Value Bet: Royal Ascot day one tips

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I was in the United States a couple of weeks ago and couldn’t make head nor tail of the form or vibes for the Wesley Ward-trained horses. Her handler is bullish at the best of times but you do get the impression he would be very disappointed if his filly failed to give her running.

Stablemate Toscanini will act as a pacemaker but Fahey is not getting ahead of himself.

Unlike many other Race meetings held in the United Kingdom you do also need to be aware that there is a very strict dress code at Royal Ascot, and as such if you are planning on going to the racecourse you will be best advised to watch the above video so you know how you will be required to dress when visiting the course! It will be different ground to Newbury, but he has form on fast ground as well.

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Trainer David Simcock said: “Lightning Spear worked very well last week and it’s exciting for everybody”.

However, I backed him in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket and I can’t get the image of Donnacha O’Brien looking around after about 50 yards to see where Churchill was out of my mind.

Pletcher’s assistant, Ginny DePasquale, said: “They’ve always thought a lot of the horse and he stepped up to the mark at Keeneland last time”.

“He’ll probably be up close to the pace and I think he can run into a place”.

Casse trained Tepin to victory in the Queen Anne Stakes at Ascot a year ago, in what was the mare’s first race in Europe.

But Ballydoyle trainer Aidan O’Brien, with 55 Royal Ascot winners, including seven wins in the St James’s Palace Stakes, is bullish.

Middleham trainer Mark Johnston will be disappointed if he does not record his 40th career victor at the meeting while today’s King’s Stand Stakes, a Group One race over five furlongs, features the David Griffiths-trained veteran Take Cover; Final Venture from the in-form yard of Paul Midgley and Bryan Smart’s Alpha Dephini who was a more than creditable third in Haydock’s Temple Stakes last month.

Form horses Brother Bear and De Bruyne Horse set the standard, but Prince Of The Dark has loads of scope for improvement and he more than hinted that he had a good portion of natural ability on his debut.