Royal Ascot 2022: Platinum Jubilee Stakes on Day 5 – Live! | Royal Ascot

Queen misses Royal Ascot for the first time in her reign

Confirmation that the Queen will not race on Saturday means that she is the first to miss the entire Royal Ascot in her long reign. Her trainer pulled a stop this week to offer her a winner, but so far failed with two near misses on Thursday. Her only runner today is King’s Lynn at Platinum Jubilee Stakes (4.20pm), who is an outsider at 40-1. Telegraph has a complete story here.

👑 The Queen will today miss the final day of Royal Ascot, marking the first time she has failed to attend the spectacle in her 70-year reign https://t.co/SpK7APgeWB

— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) June 18, 2022

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👑 Queen today misses the final day of Royal Ascot and shows that she was unable to participate in the spectacle for the first time in 70 years of reign https://t.co/SpK7APgeWB

— Telegraph (@Telegraph) June 18, 2022

Non-runner

Don’t put these on your bet. They are not appearing.

5.35pm Golden Gate Handicap
15 Jimmy Hendricks (Self-signed certificate (tired after running already this week)

6:10 pm Queen Alexandra Stakes
2 Count Cotswolds (Self-signed certificate-it hurts)

These race participants are qualified runners. Photo: Adam Davy / PA

News to go

As you were … Going on the 5th day of Royal Ascot is good (again) to be solid.

8am Going Stick readings:
Stand side: 9.0
center: 8.7
other side: 9.0
round: 7.4

Let Jim explain

Going stick this am suggests far/near side (both 9.0) are quicker than middle (8.7). 9.0 is fastest reading this week.

— Mr Jim McGrath (@McGracing) June 18, 2022

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Going to the stick, this suggests that the far / near side (both 9.0) is faster than the center (8.7). 9.0 is the fastest reading this week.

— Jim McGracing (@McGracing) June 18, 2022

preamble

Greg wood

Greg wood

Good morning from Ascot. Welcome to the live broadcast of the Guardian on the final day of the 2022 Royal Meeting. At this time, Queen will welcome runners to the feature event Platinum Jubilee Stakes to win key trainer and jockey prizes at the meeting. (Just) I’m still trying to get it.

King’s lynnThe Queen’s runner in the big race is a 40-1 shot, if proved sufficient to appear in front of a record 27 runner field, including top sprinters from four countries. It will be a big surprise. However, something strange has already happened at this meeting, with 50-1 shots winning in the opening race on Thursday.

However, there are more likely winners, including: Internal affairsOne of Australia’s top sprinters, recent forms Nature stripI took the King’s Stand Stakes on Tuesday, a stable companion to Chris Waller Yard. CampanelTrainer American Trainer Royal Ascot Winner Wesley Ward During each of the last two seasons, while William Hagas’s nimble mare was on the field, sacredAnother fancy runner.

Ryan Moore emerged as a clear favorite to become the top jockey of the meeting when he doubled on Friday. To meditation When Change of guards In addition, trainer Aidan O’Brien won pole position and won the trainer’s prize money.

Moore has five winners in the first four days and has a great chance to put the contest to sleep when he rides Alfred Mannings At today’s opener (again for O’Brien). William buick -Who are the three winners together? Danny Tadhope -Not yet award-winning, but has his own hot favorites Hurricane lane, Last year’s Irish Derby and St Leger winner, Hardwicke Stakes (3.40).He also has a decent chance Noble Truth (3.05) and Creative forceWith the 4.20 feature, everything isn’t lost for Charlie Appleby’s stable jockey.

Apple Ruby He himself is one of the four trainers of the two winners this week. Richard Fahey, Jane Chaplheim When William Haggis, It puts them all behind O’Brien. Therefore, a good day for Buick can be a very good day for Appleby.

So there is a lot of play on the last day. Like the last day 12 months ago, the Queen will probably travel down Windsor Castle.

As always, you can follow all the live actions on your blog. From the first 2.30 to the final knock of Queen Alex at 6.10 at the end of a ferocious and memorable week.

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