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Royal Ascot 2017 is being held over five days, beginning on Tuesday 20 June 2017. Ascot racecourse hosts thirty races during this festival of horse racing with the Ascot Gold Cup and the Prince of Wales Stakes among the best of them.

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ROYAL ASCOT 2017 - DAY 1 - Tuesday 20th June

Race 1 - 2.35pm - Group 2 Coventry Stakes for 2 year-olds - 6f - www.sportingodds.com

First run in 1890 and the traditional curtain raiser to 5 days of top class action. A record number of 21 runners are due to go to post. A low draw was favourable on the old Ascot course, but this may have changed since the redevelopments. Trainer Aiden O'Brien has taken this prize back to Ireland in 4 out of the last 10 years and is represented by Holy Roman Emperor (a winner on his debut at Leopardstown). Baby Strange, a winner over course and distance in May, will be a popular each-way choice. Richard Hannon sends out the well regarded Major Cadeaux, who took care of Jo'Burg at Newbury. Clock watchers will be keen on the chances of the Peter Chapple-Hyam trained Tariq, who recorded a superb time when winning on his debut at Newmarket. Frankie Dettori followers will be hoping that Mubaashir can put a recent poor run behind him.

Race 2 - 3.10pm - Group 2 King's Stand Stakes - 5f www.sportingodds.com

This race has a true international feel and for the first time will be run as the "British Leg" of the "Global Sprint Challenge". Since Nuclear Debate took the race for France in 2000, this race has had a number of high class "tourists" that have taken win and place prize money. Foreign horses have won this race 9 times since 1975. Last season's Nunthorpe winner La Cucaracha has been the subject of a sustained gamble in recent weeks and could start favourite for the Barry Hills team. Three Australian horses hoping to emulate the achievements of compatriot Choisir (winner in 2003) are Takeover Target, Glamour Puss and Falkirk. On the home front - seasoned sprint campaigners like the Dandy Nicholls trained Fire Up The Band and Milton Bradley's The Tatling (winner in 2004) will be hoping to turn back the clock.

Race 3 - 3.45pm - Group 1 St James's Palace Stakes for 3 year-olds - 1mwww.sportingodds.com

The feature race on day one of the Royal meeting. Aiden O'Brien has won this race 3 times in the last 6 years, most recently with Rock Of Gibraltar in 2002, he is represented today by the trio Arabian Prince, Ivan Denisovich and Marcus Andronicus. The Jeremy Noseda trained Araafa should go to post as the favourite and will be ably assisted by the very capable Alan Munro in the saddle. The omens look good as the favourite has been successful in this race 4 times in the last 10 years (with all other winners in that period returned at single-figure prices). With the lack of a Godolphin runner in the line-up, Frankie Dettori partners the Mick Channon trained Royal Power. Some illustrious names have taken the spoils in this contest including Brigadier Gerard (1971) and Kris (1979).

Race 4 - 4.25pm - Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes - 1mwww.sportingodds.com

This race has been billed as a match between Proclamation and Peeress. Godolphin will be hoping to kick-start what has so far been a wretched season with the Frankie Dettori ridden Proclamation. The statistics look good for the Saead Bin Suroor trained runner, having been successful with 6 winners in the last 10 running's. Sir Michael Stoute saddles Peeress, the winner of the Lockinge at Newbury last month. Each-way punters could be rewarded by backing the Aiden O'Brien trained Ad Valorem who has his favoured ground for the first time this season. The Lockinge third Court Masterpiece from the Ed Dunlop stable could also be competing for the place money and is ridden by Jamie Spencer.

Race 5 - 4.55pm - Ascot Stakes (Handicap) - 2m4f www.sportingodds.com

Shamayoun from the Charlie Egerton stable will be hoping to complete an illustrious Cheltenham Festival & Royal Ascot double, partnered by Nicky Mackay. The Tony Martin trained Irish raider Top The Charts is likely to go off favourite.

Race 6 - 5.30pm - Listed Windsor Castle Stakes for 2 year-olds - 5f - www.sportingodds.com

Espartano, unbeaten in two starts, will by vying for favouritism with the Brian Meehan trained Scented Present. The market will be taking clues from any draw bias uncovered in earlier races on the card.

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