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Coronation Stakes

16:20 Royal Ascot

2022-06-17

Winner: £283550

Runners: 12

Going:Good To Firm

No. of hurdles:

Distance: 0m7f213yy

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The Coronation Stakes is a Group 1 contest run over 1m. It takes place at 16:20 on Friday 23rd June, which is the fourth day of Royal Ascot 2023. View the runners here, and also make sure to check out the odds and tips on offer for this race.

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12(4)
11-8
silk
Tenebrism

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J: Ryan Moore
T: A P O'Brien
3
9-2
114
126
Came with a strong late run to win last year's Cheveley Park Stakes over 6f at Newmarket, taking record to 2-2, but finished weakly (faded into eighth) over 1m when favourite for the 1,000 Guineas; her 2yo promise is not forgotten but she may need a drop back in trip.
10(6)
1123-5
silk
Sandrine

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J: David Probert
T: Andrew Balding
3
9-2
108
121
Smart 6f filly last term, winning the Albany here (on heavy going) and Group 2 at Newmarket then placed in the Lowther and Cheveley Park Stakes; her creditable fifth to Cachet in the 1,000 Guineas showed that she stays 1m, at least on fast ground; however, more is needed to win this.
1(9)
34-112
silk
Cachet

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J: James Doyle
T: George Boughey
3
9-2
113
125
Has trained on well despite having a busy 2yo campaign; proved game in Classics last month, holding on by a neck from Prosperous Voyage in the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket (good to firm; made all) then beaten narrowly by Mangoustine in the French equivalent at Longchamp (good to soft) where she rallied well; solid claims.
2(10)
4131-7
silk
Discoveries

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J: Shane Foley
T: Mrs John Harrington
3
9-2
110
122
Won maiden (beat Tuesday) and Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes on good ground at the Curragh during her 2yo campaign; only midfield in the 1,000 Guineas but is much better than that and her siblings include Alpha Centauri and Alpine Star who were emphatic winners of this contest in 2018 and 2020 (for these connections); very interesting.
9(3)
713-07
silk
Rolling The Dice

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J: Marco Ghiani
T: Hilal Kobeissi
3
9-2
95
107
Seemed to run well (80-1 third) in the May Hill but was possibly a touch flattered and her two efforts in 2022 read poorly in this very hot context; has weak claims and looks likely to struggle.
8(12)
2322-2
silk
Prosperous Voyage

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J: Rob Hornby
T: Ralph Beckett
3
9-2
112
124
Has consistent form figures and progressive RPRs; second to Inspiral in two major 2yo races and filled the same position behind Cachet in the 1,000 Guineas on reappearance, doing her best work towards the finish and going down by only a neck; threatening to win a big prize.
5(5)
1111-
silk
Inspiral

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J: Frankie Dettori
T: John & Thady Gosden
3
9-2
115
128
Frankel filly whose flawless 2yo campaign included wins in the May Hill at Doncaster (good to firm) and Group 1 Fillies' Mile at Newmarket (good to soft), readily beating Prosperous Voyage both times; missed the 1,000 Guineas due to an interrupted preparation and now makes belated reappearance; still unbeaten and holds leading claims provided she returns in top form.
7(7)
121-21
silk
Pizza Bianca

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J: Jose L Ortiz
T: Christophe Clement
3
9-2
111
120
Somewhat easier to assess than compatriot Spendarella as she raced against some European fillies in North America last year, finishing second at Woodbine then going one better in Breeders' Cup event at Del Mar (1m, firm); straightforward task at Pimlico last month, taking form figures to 12121; midway down this field on ratings but may not have reached her peak.
6(1)
111-31
silk
Mangoustine

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J: Gerald Mosse
T: M Delzangles
3
9-2
111
126
Has raced only on ground softer than good; held on narrowly from a rallying Cachet in the French 1,000 Guineas at Longchamp last month, improving plenty on her April reappearance effort and taking record to 4-5; this race has gone to France four times in the last 11 years; enters calculations.
4(11)
52-23
silk
Honey Girl

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J: Colin Keane
T: Henry De Bromhead
3
9-2
99
106
Placed in the last three of her four starts, good third in 1m Group 3 at Leopardstown most recently (first two failed to frank the form in Irish 1,000 Guineas since); however, she's the sole maiden in this field and has plenty to find upped further in class.
11(8)
111
silk
Spendarella

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J: William Buick
T: H Graham Motion
3
9-2
107
123
US filly who has progressed nicely in winning her three races comfortably, latest at Keeneland (1m, good; Grade 2) in April; faces a totally different scenario on this stiff, right-handed track many miles away from home but she looks talented and is a fascinating contender.
3(2)
12
silk
Grande Dame

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J: Jamie Spencer
T: John & Thady Gosden
3
9-2
100
115
Twice-raced filly who remains highly unexposed; made a winning debut in C&D conditions race (on good to firm) in April, then went very close in Listed event at York (good); well down this pack on ratings but looks open to plenty of further improvement; stablemate of Inspiral.

Verdict

Inspiral was flawless last year but DISCOVERIES is an interesting alternative at bigger odds. Prosperous Voyage is respected.

Past 10 Winners

Key race stats

  • Adjusted RPR of at least 121, 10/10
  • Rated within 7lb of RPR top rated, 9/10
  • Won earlier in the season, 8/10
  • Ran in a European 1,000 Guineas, 8/10
Other factors
  • Four winners had run in the 1,000 Guineas, where they finished 1715; three ran in France (136) and two in Ireland (11).
  • Winners of the Irish 1,000 Guineas finished 4361128.

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