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Magician and Animal Kingdom both odds-on for day one Royal victories

| 10.06.2013

The Dubai World Cup winner Animal Kingdom is 10-11 favourite with Coral for the Queen Anne Stakes, while the recent Irish 2,000 Guineas winner Magician is the same price for the St James’s Palace Stakes in Coral’s opening show on the Group One contest.

“Animal Kingdom looks certain to start odds-on for the meeting’s curtain raiser, with Lockinge flop Declaration Of War his closest challenger in the betting, while Magician deserves to be odds-on for the St James’s Palace Stakes following his impressive Curragh victory, and with his rival Toronado needing to bounce back after his Qipco 2,000 Guineas disappointment,” said Coral’s David Stevens.

“These two favourites are sure to form a popular double on day on of the Royal meeting, and wins for both will get punters off to a flying start,” added Stevens.

Looking ahead to the final day of the Royal meeting, Society Rock is the 4-1 (from 5-1) favourite with Coral for the Diamond Jubilee Stakes, after Soft Falling Rain and Shea Shea were both ruled out of the showpiece sprint.

**Queen Anne Stakes
10-11 Animal Kingdom, 8 Declaration Of War, 12 Elusive Kate, 12 Giofra, Most Improved, 14 Aljamaaheer, Sovereign Debt, 16 Gregorian, Trade Storm, 20 Bar

**King’s Stand Stakes
5-2 Shea Shea, 7 Reckless Abandon, 8 Sole Power, 10 Kingsgate Native, Swiss Spirit, 12 Shamexpress, 14 Pearl Secret, Spirit Quartz, 16 Cristoforo Colombo, Mince, Rosdhu Queen, 20 Bar

**St James’s Palace Stakes
10-11 Magician, 11-4 Toronado, 16 Garswood, Glory Awaits, Mshawish, 20 Mutin, 33 Tawhid, 40 Race And Status

**Gold Cup
5 Rite Of Passage, 6 Estimate, 7 Saddlers Rock, 10 Simenon, Times Up, 12 Cavalryman, Colour Vision, High Jinx, 14 Imperial Monarch, Last Train, Willing Foe, 16 Earl Of Tinsdal, Top Trip, 20 Bar

**Diamond Jubilee Stakes
4 Society Rock, 8 Gordon Lord Byron, 10 Reckless Abandon, 12 Sea Siren, 14 Hawkeyethenoo, Lethal Force, Shamexpress, 20 Bar

7-2 Al Kazeem, 5 Dawn Approach, Ruler Of The World, 6 Camelot, 7 Magician, 10 Cirrus Des Aigles, Snow Fairy, The Fugue, 12 Mars, Maxios, St Nicholas Abbey, 14 Battle Of Marengo, Kingsbarns, 16 Ridasiyna, Pastorius, Toronado, 20 Chopin, Cristoforo Colombo, Declaration of War, Mandour, Trading Leather,

**Ladbrokes St Leger
4 Libertarian, 5 Galileo Rock, Ruler Of The World, 6 Talent, 8 Battle Of Marengo, 10 Leading Light, 16 Sugar Boy,

**Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe
5 Intello, 6 Orfevre, 8 Ruler Of The World, 12 Gentildonna, 14 Al Kazeem, 16 Esoterique, Ocovango, 20 Camelot, Morandi, Sky Hunter, St Nicholas Abbey, 25 Battle Of Marengo, Chopin, Snow Fairy, Telescope

**Flat Jockeys’ Championship
1-2 Richard Hughes, 6-4 Ryan Moore, 25 Silvestre De Sousa, 33 William Buick, Graham Lee, 50 Kieren Fallon, 66 Paul Hanagan, Jamie Spencer,

**Flat Trainers’ Championship
4-6 Aidan O’Brien, 6-4 Richard Hannon, 14 Saeed Bin Suroor, 25 John Gosden, Sir Michael Stoute,

Further Information Contact
David Stevens 07720 400438



David Stevens

David joined Coral as PR manager in 2001, having previously worked at the
Racing Post. Now in the role of Head of PR, he is involved in all aspects
of the company's media relations, providing the latest racing betting news , as well as Coral's sponsorship and event
portfolio. A keen sports fan, and long-suffering Portsmouth supporter (the
two are not always connected), when not working he will normally be found
heading south, or east or west, to the sun, and that liking for the sunshine
explains why he will always prefer flat racing to the jumps.