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Diamond Jubilee Stakes

16:20 Royal Ascot

2021-06-19

Winner: £396970

Runners: 14

Going:Soft

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Distance: 0m6f0yy

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The Diamond Jubilee Stakes is a Group 1 contest run over 6f. It takes place at 16:20 on Saturday 19th June, which is the fifth day of Royal Ascot 2021. View the runners here, and also make sure to check out the odds and tips on offer for this race.

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2(3)
2118-1
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Dream Of Dreams

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J: Ryan Moore
T: Sir Michael Stoute
7
129
120
134
Has finished fast when beaten a head in each of the last two runnings (good/good to firm); better than ever last year, breaking his Group 1 duck in the Sprint Cup at Haydock (6f, soft), and he got the job done easily at 2-7 on last month's return at Windsor (6f, soft; Listed); leading claims.
5(6)
1121-4
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Glen Shiel

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J: Hollie Doyle
T: Archie Watson
7
129
117
130
Big improver last year, getting up late for Group 3 win at the Curragh (6f, good to yielding) then posting career-best efforts in two Group 1s, finishing second to Dream Of Dreams in the Sprint Cup at Haydock (6f, soft) then winning the Champions Sprint over this C&D (soft); should improve for last month's reappearance run and could have a say if the ground is testing.
11(10)
324114
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Summerghand

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J: Daniel Tudhope
T: David O'Meara
7
129
110
125
Made it 2-2 in this visor when winning Newmarket Group 3 (6f, good to firm) in April; behind Starman and Nahaarr when fourth in York 6f Group 2 next time but this track may suit better and he went very close in the Wokingham over C&D last year; versatile ground-wise and has each-way claims.
3(2)
8-2337
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Emaraaty Ana

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J: Andrea Atzeni
T: Kevin Ryan
5
129
107
123
Won the Gimcrack in 2018 and was a close third in two Group 3s this spring; however, he was soundly beaten behind Starman at York last month and his limitations are again likely to be exposed in this field.
6(7)
119-35
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Happy Power

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J: Jim Crowley
T: Andrew Balding
5
129
113
128
Won Group 2 and 3 races over 7f last year (soft/good to soft) and hasn't seen out 1m on his two outings this season; this pacy sort has hinted that he could make a sprinter but he was merely mid-division in the Champions Sprint over C&D (soft) last October and others are more compelling today.
4(1)
0/1242
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Garrus

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J: James Doyle
T: Charles Hills
5
129
108
124
Listed winner in 2019 and has looked as good as ever this spring following a long absence; however, he was no match for Dream Of Dreams when second of three at Windsor (6f, soft; Listed) last time and is 7lb worse off today.
14(4)
230-31
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Sonaiyla

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J: W J Lee
T: P Twomey
5
126
108
125
Highly progressive last year after moving to Paddy Twomey, finishing a close third in the Group 1 Flying Five at the Curragh (good) despite the drop to 5f being against her, and she won a Group 3 there (6f, yielding) 17 days ago; has also won on soft to heavy; however, will need a career best today.
9(14)
4577-1
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Royal Commando

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J: Kieran Shoemark
T: Charles Hills
4
129
109
125
Good fourth in Commonwealth Cup over C&D (good to soft) on last year's reappearance and took major step forward to win Doncaster Listed race (6f, good) on this season's return, beating Emaraaty Ana by about 2l; could still have more to offer if things have now have clicked but further improvement is certainly needed and he failed to go on last year after his comeback.
12(12)
5561-5
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Ventura Rebel

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J: Paul Hanagan
T: Richard Fahey
4
129
108
119
Has quite a bit to find on form but he's unexposed in these cheekpieces, which he wore for the first time when winning a Group 3 at the Curragh (6f, good) last September, and Ascot brings out the best in him as he's finished placed at the last two Royal meetings (soft/good to soft); respectable fifth behind some of these in York Group 2 on reappearance and can build on that performance now back at this stiffer track; considered each-way.
7(11)
191-42
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Nahaarr

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J: Tom Marquand
T: William Haggas
5
129
115
131
Can start slowly but he's been highly progressive; came from what looked a near-impossible position to win the Ayr Gold Cup (6f, good to soft) last September and left his comeback run behind to finish a neck second to Starman in the Group 2 Duke Of York (6f, good to soft) last time; effective on good ground, unraced on soft/heavy; this stiff 6f should suit and he's respected.
13(9)
-62129
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Final Song

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J: Frankie Dettori
T: Saeed bin Suroor
4
126
107
125
Suited by the drop back to sprinting in Dubai earlier this year, winning a Group 3 (6f, good) then going close in the Group 1 Al Quoz Sprint (6f, good); not her true form when down the field back in Britain in the Duke Of York (6f, good to soft) last month but has something to prove after that.
8(5)
416-53
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Namos

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J: William Buick
T: D Moser
5
129
109
122
German trainer has saddled Group and Listed sprint winners in Britain at 33-1 (twice) and 14-1; won three Group 3s in Germany last year and was a solid third in a French Group 3 recently, but he came up short on his three British runs last season and is vulnerable today unless finding something extra.
1(8)
1644-6
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Art Power

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J: Silvestre De Sousa
T: Tim Easterby
4
129
114
128
Bolted up in the 3yo handicap at this meeting last year (5f, good to soft) and again impressive when landing Group 3 at Naas (6f, yielding to soft) in July; came up short in Group 1s on his next three starts but ran highly creditably on the last two occasions and may have needed last month's return behind Starman at York; this 4yo may still have more to offer at this level.
10(13)
1110-1
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Starman

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J: Oisin Murphy
T: Ed Walker
4
129
116
132
Lost his unbeaten record when bogged down on soft ground in the Champions Sprint over C&D last October, but showed what he's capable of when winning the Group 2 Duke Of York (6f, good to soft) on last month's return, narrowly from Nahaarr; makes just his sixth start today and could have more left in the tank; key player if conditions suit (has also won on good/good to firm).

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Dream Of Dreams
The 7yo DREAM OF DREAMS has gone very close in the last two runnings and can land this illustrious prize at the third attempt, having broken his Group 1 duck in the Sprint Cup at Haydock last September. Starman and Nahaarr fought out a tight finish to the Duke Of York Stakes last month and are the likely dangers, with the winner Starman narrowly feared most provided conditions aren't too testing. Ventura Rebel was fifth on his reappearance in that York race but could be the best each-way play today, as he likes it here and remains unexposed in the cheekpieces. The return to Ascot could also be a plus for Duke Of York fourth Summerghand, who is another each-way contender. Soft-ground C&D Champions Sprint winner Glen Shiel can go well if the ground is testing.

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