Australian colt Brazen Beau is favourite on both sides of the world for the Diamond Jubilee Stakes following confirmation the race is his Royal Ascot target.
His owners and trainer Chris Waller had considered running him in the King’s Stand on Tuesday but opted to wait until Saturday’s Group One sprint.
British bookmakers have put him up at 5-2 ($3.50) while the Australian TAB has him at $3.30.
The Gai Waterhouse-trained Wandjina is at $10 with the TAB and $12 with the local bookmakers.
Melbourne mare Shamal Wind is at $6.50 in Australia to win the King’s Stand and $8 with most English bookies.
The market is headed by Sole Power ($4.50) with the Irish veteran aiming for a history making third win.
Criterion is an $8 chance with the TAB for Wednesday’s Prince Of Wales’s Stakes but $11 with most betting agencies.
Free Eagle is the favourite for dual Melbourne Cup winning Irish trainer Dermot Weld.