14:30 Royal Ascot Tue 18 June 2019

  • Queen Anne Stakes (Group 1) (Str) (Class 1)
  • 1m, Good
  • 16 Runners
  • Winner£340,260.002nd£129,000.003rd£64,560.004th£32,160.005th£16,140.006th£8,100.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 37.4sOff time:14:31:09
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1
(16)
59-0OR: 116CD
14/1

Career best effort when winning this last year. Needs everything to fall right for him given his exaggerated hold up tactics but handles some cut in the ground and shouldn't be far away after a solid effort in the Lockinge last time.

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2
(3)
59-0OR: 115CD
5/1

Won the St James's Palace Stakes here in 2017 and has returned from a failed stud career with two solid efforts, most recently when winning a Listed race at Longchamp. Big step back up in class but has to be a player on his three-year-old form.

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3
(7)
59-0OR: 115BFCD
20/1

Has eight wins from 16 career starts and already won four Group 2 races including a success over this trip on the Round Course here. Tends to struggle in Group 1 company (sixth in this last year) and has mixed record with cut in the ground.

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4
(12)
59-0OR: 114
20/1

Won three times at Meydan this winter, including the Group 1 Jebel Hatta. Ran okay at Longchamp on return but still needs to prove he can be as effective away from fast conditions. Drops back 1f in trip.

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5
(4)
49-0OR: 110D
12/1

Gained a third win in eight starts at Leopardstown last time out in Group 3 company. Interesting runner at this trip having been largely tried over further last season but has a bit to find on known form.

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6
(2)
59-0OR: 114C
11/2

Group 3 winner here when trained by Andre Fabre in 2017 and shaped well on just his second start for this yard when staying on well for fifth in the Lockinge last time. Optimum ground/trip for him here and expected to go well.

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7
(1)
69-0OR: 116CD
14/1

C&D winner who got his head back in front over 1m1f at York last year (Group 3). Produced a good third behind a talented filly on World Cup night at Meydan when last seen but disappointed in the Lockinge when only 13th of 14. Each-way claims.

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8
(14)
49-0OR: 110BFD
14/1

Seven-time AW winner but yet to get off the mark on turf. Unsuited by Chester when runner-up in a Group 2 last month but no real excuses when dropped down in class at Sandown last time. Vulnerable now dropped in trip.

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9
(8)
69-0OR: 121CD
11/2

Won three times last year including a pair of Group 2 contests and impressive when bolting up in the Lockinge at Newbury last time out with several of these in behind. Has won over this C&D but probably wouldn't want the ground to get too soft.

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10
(5)
49-0OR: 114CD
50/1

Zabeel Mile winner at Meydan back in February and while he ran very poorly in the Lockinge on return, his UAE form entitles him to respect. Yard in form but second string on jockey bookings.

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11
(10)
49-0OR: 114D
16/1

Won a below par French Guineas last year and has largely disappointed since. His second at Saint Cloud last time out was a better effort but he has plenty to find at this level on all known form.

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12
(15)
49-0OR: 115D
25/1

Irish Guineas winner when benefiting from an overly strong pace but hasn't won since. Produced one of his better efforts when fourth in the Lockinge last time but this is tougher again and a minor role probably the best he can hope for.

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13
(11)
59-0OR: 113CD
20/1

C&D winner in a valuable handicap on Champions' Day last year and bolted up on reappearance in Listed class. Ran well in defeat in a Sandown Group 2 and while well beaten in the Lockinge last time, soft ground would be in his favour.

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14
(9)
69-0OR: 114D
20/1

Five Group wins to his name but the level of the form of his two wins in Germany and Italy on his last two starts still leaves him with plenty to find here. Any deterioration in the ground should be in his favour.

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15
(6)
48-11OR: 117BFD
11/2

Five-time Group 1 winner and while all those wins have come against her own sex, she ran a big race in the Lockinge last time, though no match for Mustashry. That was her seasonal debut so may come on for the run and has each-way claims again.

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16
(13)
58-11OR: 113C
20/1

Course winner. Quickened up best off a slow pace to win the Prix de la Foret at Longchamp last season and ran well in the Breeders' Cup next time out, only beaten 1L. Won't mind the ground and possible there's more to come from her this season.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
4Accidental Agent49-033/1Full Result
T: Eve Johnson HoughtonJ: Charles Bishop

Betting

Forecast

Barney Roy (5/1), Le Brivido (11/2), Laurens (11/2), Mustashry (11/2), Hazapour (12/1), Lord Glitters (14/1), Matterhorn (14/1), Accidental Agent (14/1), Olmedo (16/1), Beat The Bank (20/1), One Master (20/1), Sharja Bridge (20/1), Stormy Antarctic (20/1), Dream Castle (20/1), Romanised (25/1), Mythical Magic (50/1)

Verdict

A competitive opener to Royal Ascot but MUSTASHRY gets a tentative vote after his impressive success in the Lockinge when last seen. The course and distance winner had several of these in behind that day and provided the ground doesn't get too soft, he should go well again. Laurens is a model of consistency and ran well in behind the selection last time out at Newbury. She's versatile with regards ground conditions and can go well again. Barney Roy rates as a fascinating contender after a Listed success last time out and if he can find the best of his three-year-old form, he's worthy of consideration. Sharja Bridge is one who will appreciate conditions if it turns soft.
  1. Mustashry
  2. Laurens
  3. Sharja Bridge

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