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Diamond Jubilee Stakes 2019 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Merchant Navy headed to the UK

    Group One-winning colt Merchant Navy will join Aidan O’Brien’s string in Ireland to be prepared for the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot. Merchant Navy won the Group One Coolmore Stud Stakes for three-year-olds last spring and finished third in Saturday’s Group One Newmarket Handicap over the same 1200m straight… Read More »

  • Gold-Fun to run in French Group One sprint

    Hong Kong sprinter Gold-Fun will be given his chance in a Group One race in France. A close runner-up to Twilight Son in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot, Gold-Fun will run in the Prix de Maurice de Gheest at Deauville on August 7. Having ruled out the July… Read More »

  • Holler to return to Australia for spring

    Holler will return to Australia from England to be prepared for a spring campaign with trainer John O’Shea ruling out a tilt at the July Cup. The colt finished seventh, 5-1/2 lengths behind the winner Twilight Son, in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot on Saturday. O’Shea said Holler… Read More »

  • Holler fails to shout at Ascot

    Holler has finished a disappointing seventh in the 1200m Group One Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot. The John O’Shea-trained four-year-old started strongly with a typical, front-running approach under James McDonald and was in contention in the final 100 metres. However, he was found wanting in the latter stages of… Read More »

  • O’Shea bullish about Holler’s Ascot hopes

    John O’Shea is confident Holler’s front-running style can bring Royal Ascot success for Godolphin in the Group One Diamond Jubilee Stakes. The Sydney trainer has been in the UK for the past two weeks with Holler who was galloped for the final time by jockey James McDonald at the Limekilns… Read More »

  • James McDonald second at Royal Ascot

    James McDonald has come within a neck of winning his first race at Royal Ascot, steering Qewy to second in the final race on the first day of the meeting. Sydney’s premiership leader, McDonald is the retained rider for Godolphin in Australia and his primary mission at Ascot is aboard… Read More »

  • Soft track for Royal Ascot meeting

    The track at Ascot is expected to be soft for the Royal meeting with light rain predicted all week. “It is currently good to soft on the straight course and good to soft, soft in places on the round course,” Ascot clerk of the course Chris Stickels said. “We’ve had… Read More »

  • Holler thriving ahead of Royal Ascot

    Holler, Australia’s lone hope at Royal Ascot, has acclimatised well in England and is back to his racing weight ahead of the Diamond Jubilee Stakes. Trainer John O’Shea arrived in England earlier this week and oversaw the colt’s work-out at Newmarket on Thursday. Holler had held an entry in the… Read More »

  • Holler gallops ahead of trip to England

    Royal Ascot-bound Holler has had a sold work-out between races at Randwick ahead of his departure for England. The Group One-winning colt was shaded by his older stablemate Federal but did enough to please trainer John O’Shea. “Holler leaves for England on Tuesday and that will top him off,” O’Shea… Read More »

  • King’s Stand option for Holler

    Trainer John O’Shea has not ruled out running Group One-winning colt Holler in the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot. Godolpin has declared a preference for the three-year-old to contest the Diamond Jubilee Stakes (1200m), but O’Shea has yet to close the door on stepping back to five furlongs (1000m)…. Read More »

  • Vancouver set for Irish debut

    Australian colt Vancouver could make his northern hemisphere debut in a Group Two race at the Curragh ahead of a tilt at the Diamond Jubilee Stakes. Trainer Aidan O’Brien said the Greenlands Stakes (1200m) on Saturday week was among the options for last year’s Golden Slipper winner before next month’s… Read More »

  • Chautauqua to miss Royal Ascot

    Australian sprinter Chautauqua will not try to add the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot to his Group One win in Hong Kong. Co-trainer Michael Hawkes said the decision not to go to England had been made in the best interests of the horse who claimed a breathtaking last-to-first win… Read More »

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