Vote4Value: Which Diamond Jubilee runner should we boost?
The Diamond Jubilee Stakes is Saturday’s show stopper at Royal Ascot and this year we’re adding even more excitement around the feature contest.
It’s simple. All you have to do is select a runner from the list below and the horse with the most votes will get a lovely price boost!
The upcoming renewal is set to be a cracker with the likes of Australian crack sprinter Brazen Beau and last year’s runner-up Due Diligence just two of the headline acts.
But which Royal Ascot runner is getting you excited?
Vote in our poll below and for a limited time only on Monday June 15 2015 we’ll be boosting the price of the public’s chosen horse!
If you’d like to see a horse boosted that’s not on this list then leave the name of your fancy in the comments section below.
Click here to see all of the other races you can vote on!
Brazen Beau: Trainer Chris Waller has earmarked the Diamond Jubilee as his charge’s main target and preparations for the contest are already well underway at Godolphin’s Newmarket stables. This dual Group 1 winner is sure to attract plenty of attention but will he get your vote?
Due Diligence: Aidan O’Brien’s sole victory in this renewal came in 2010 with Starspangledbannerbut in Due Diligence he has a lively chance of adding to that feat. A runner-up in this race last year, the son of War Front has shown plenty of class over 6f in his career andis sure to go close again.
G Force: Last year’s Sprint Cup winner will be bidding to upset the odds once again and land another famous victory for trainer David O’Meara and connections. His recent eighth-placed finish over a furlong less in the Temple Stake can perhaps be forgiven by those of you looking for a big priced alternative to the favourites.
Mustajeeb: Dermot Weld’s recent Greelands Stakes winner overcame plenty of lively opponents at the Curragh and he’ll be well-fancied to follow-up here. It was only his second attempt at the distance but given that previous performance there’s plenty to like about his chances.
Tropics: This likeable seven-year-old has mixed it with the best of them at times throughout his career and trainer Dean Ivory is right totalk up his mount’s chances following victory in a Listed contest at Windsor at the start of the month. He managed ninth in this race last year but could go better in Berkshire on this occasion.
Wandjina: Another Aussie raider, Gal Waterhouse’s chance comes into this following two Group wins and a narrow second at the top level last time out. Will he handle the trip and journey from Down Under? We’ll soon find out.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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