Godolphin runner Laugh Aloud out of Duke of Cambridge

Laugh Aloud
Laugh Aloud

Laugh Aloud will miss this afternoon's Duke of Cambridge Stakes at Royal Ascot.

The four-year-old was one of the leading contenders for the Group Two contest but trainer John Gosden has declared her a non-runner due to heat in a leg.

Laugh Aloud is owned by Godolphin, who will still be represented in the race through the Andre Fabre-trained Usherette, who is a 100/30 chance with Sky Bet.

Their revised betting is headed by 2/1 shot Qemah, who represents another top French trainer in Jean Claude Rouget, while Sir Michael Stoute's Smart Call, ridden by Ryan Moore, is next in the market at 4/1.

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