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The Queen is the owner to follow after Friday treble and fabulous fortnight

The Queen was successful with all three of her runners at Newbury and Newmarket on Friday and has just one runner on Saturday, King's Lynn at Newbury
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The Queen scored with all three of her runners on Friday and bids to continue her excellent form with her sole representative, King's Lynn.

The leading owner has had seven winners from her last 13 runners, a strike-rate of 57 per cent (+£14.19 to a £1 stake), after a treble at Newbury and Newmarket, provided by Portfolio, Intelligentsia and Reach For The Moon, who could next be aimed at the Solario Stakes.

William Haggas and Sir Michael Stoute have each provided two of those seven winners, with Richard Hughes, Roger Charlton and the training team of John and Thady Gosden providing one apiece.

The Queen is on 15 wins for the season and is on track to beat her best annual total in the last 30 years of 29, which was set in 2019.

King's Lynn, who finished third in the Wokingham at Royal Ascot, is the general 11-4 favourite for the Group 3 bet365 Hackwood Stakes (3.00) at Newbury, one of eight races broadcast by ITV on Saturday.

Paddy Power market movers

2.25 Newbury Scaramanga 15-2 (from 9-1)
2.50 Curragh Mooneista 11-1 (from 12)
3.10 Market Rasen Ask Henry 6-1 (from 15-2)
3.25 Curragh Party House 33-1 (from 40)
4.00 Curragh Hightimeyouwon 8-1 (from 11-1)

The feature at Newbury is the Weatherbys Super Sprint (3.40) and the market is headed by Windsor Castle Stakes winner Chipotle.

He is as short as 7-4 to strike for trainer Eve Johnson Houghton and is the favourite ahead of Vintage Clarets, who is a general 3-1 shot.

The remainder of the ITV action comes from Market Rasen, which stages the Betway Summer Plate Handicap Chase (2.40), and the Curragh, where the feature is the Juddmonte Irish Oaks (3.25).

Snowfall is the odds-on favourite for the Classic after winning the Oaks at Epsom but there has been support for one of the outsiders, Party House, who has been cut to 33-1 (from 40s) by Paddy Power. 

Paddy Power spokesman Paul Binfield said: "Oaks heroine Snowfall is strong at the top of the market to follow up in the Irish equivalent, while there’s also been a few quid knocking around for Party House, who could just be a bit better than she showed in the Naas Oaks Trial, when she nearly took a tumble turning into the straight."

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King's Lynn, who finished third in the Wokingham at Royal Ascot, is the general 11-4 favourite for the Group 3 bet365 Hackwood Stakes
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