William Buick shot to the top of this year's Royal Ascot jockey standings with a trio of wins on Friday.
Fallen For You wins Coronation Stakes with William Buick
Buick wins two more races on Friday to lead jockey's standings
The Queen scores first Royal Ascot winner since 2008
Her Majesty's filly Estimate wins the Queen's Vase
(CNN) -- Fallen For You sprang a surprise at Royal Ascot to win the Coronation Stakes in convincing fashion from Starscope and Irish History.
It...Read Full Story
Just The Judge appears likely to stick at a mile for the foreseeable future following a superb run in defeat in Sunday's Qipco 1000 Guineas.
The daughter of Lawman looked likely to give fledgling trainer Charlie Hills his first taste of Classic glory when taking up the running two furlongs from home, but was mowed down late in the day by Sky Lantern.
Hills will wait to see how his stable star recovers, but the Irish 1000 Guineas at the Curragh or the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot appear...Read Full Story
Toronado is likely to miss the Investec Derby and be aimed towards Royal Ascot after running below expectations in the Qipco 2000 Guineas on Saturday.
Richard Hannon's hugely impressive Craven Stakes winner was expected to put it up to hot favourite Dawn Approach in the season's first Classic at Newmarket, but faded into fourth having pulled for his head in the early part of the race.
Assistant trainer Richard Hannon junior is sure the three-year-old is better than he showed on the Rowley...Read Full Story
A fantastic 5 days of action with the highlight of the week being the Ascot Gold Cup. You may want to check all the 2010 Royal Ascot Results on our resutls archive.The 2009 Meeting got underway with victory for Mastercraftsman who was the star on Day 1 winning in a thrilling finish with Delegator. Day 2 saw Vision D'Etat claim the Prince of Wales Stakes ahead of Tartan Bearer in the feature race of the day to give the bookies a boost after taking a mauling on Day 1.Yeats won the Ascot Gold...Read Full Story
Mikel Delzangles is considering the Investec Coronation Cup at Epsom as a possible seasonal starting point for his globetrotting stable stalwart Dunaden.
Winner of the Melbourne Cup and Hong Kong Vase in 2011, the Pearl Bloodstock-owned seven-year-old enjoyed another fine campaign in 2012.
He was second in the Hardwicke Stakes at Royal Ascot and sixth in the King George, before winning the Caulfield Cup on his return to Australia.
Dunaden was last seen finishing fourth behind St Nicholas...Read Full Story
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