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Up to date news covering the Royal Ascot races from Coral Sports. Predictions, betting tips and analysis from a selection of industry experts

Racing Tips: Can Enable and Harry Angel star on super Saturday?

| 08.09.2018

Saturday racing preview, odds and tips Enable’s return to action and Harry Angel’s bid to land the Haydock Sprint Cup provide the main focus for the ITV cameras this afternoon. Can John Gosden’s stable star outdo Crystal Ocean in a battle royale at Kempton Park? And will Clive Cox’s super sprinter recover from his Ascot nightmare to make amends at Haydock? Answering those questions, and attempting... more...

Who will come out on top between Enable and Crystal Ocean at Kempton?

| 07.09.2018

Preview for September Stakes on Saturday Enable will make her long-awaited return from a near year-long layoff at Kempton this weekend. John Gosden’s fancy is pencilled in to tackle the September Stakes on Saturday. It had looked a relatively straightforward assignment for the filly until Tuesday. But Crystal Ocean’s inclusion has opened the race right up for fans and punters alike. The Coral News... more...

Simon Mapletoft – Mid-week selections

| 16.03.2016

World his oyster for Universe Mark Johnston’s Mister Universe clinched his place in the £150,000 Mile Final on Good Friday with victory in the Listed Lady Wulfruna Stakes at Wolverhampton on Saturday – the last of 28 Fast Track Qualifiers for All-Weather Championships Finals Day. Mark Johnston’s four-year-old got the better of a protracted battle with last year’s winner Sovereign Debt to book his ... more...

Simon Mapletoft – Mid-Week selections

| 09.03.2016

Maverick to confirm top polytrack form Godolphin’s Maverick Wave can get back to winning ways in the feature handicap at Kempton Park on Wednesday (6.10). The John Gosden-trained five-year-old posted a big effort to finish second to Grendisar in last month’s Group Three Coral Winter Derby – by far the best piece of form on offer in this £19,000 added 10-furlong contest. A Group Three winner on tur... more...

Simon Mapletoft – Mid-Week selections

| 24.02.2016

Noseda Star the stand-out in Kempton fast track Sloane Avenue should prove hard to beat in Wednesday’s Fast Track Qualifier at Kempton Park (6.40). He faces only four rivals in the mile feature, a conditions race which guarantees the winner a place in the Mile Final at Lingfield Park on Good Friday. Jeremy Noseda’s lightly raced five-year-old has been kept under wraps since getting within a short-... more...

Simon Mapletoft – Mid-Week selections

| 04.02.2016

Festive to put down Derby marker Godolphin’s FESTIVE FARE can put down his marker for next month’s Group Three Coral Winter Derby if he lines up in the Listed Winter Derby Trial at Lingfield on Saturday (2.55) – a fast Track Qualifier for the £200,000 Coral Easter Classic at the Surrey track on Good Friday. Charlie Appleby’s four-year-old remains unbeaten on artificial surfaces after an impressive... more...

Kempton preview: Golden chance for Gracious George

| 11.01.2016

David Metcalf | January 11, 2016 Gracious George has caught the eye in his last two starts, so can take advantage of a drop in the weights to land the 1m handicap on today’s card at Kempton (15.40). The Jimmy Fox trained gelding has an excellent record at the track, having won three times and been placed on four other occasions. In the last of those successes 12 months, Gracious George came ... more...

Simon Mapletoft – Weekend Review & Mid-Week Selections

| 17.12.2015

At The Races’ All-Weather expert Simon Mapletoft spotlights the key performers on the sand over the weekend and pinpoints his best midweek bets. Festive looks a Classic contender Charlie Appleby told me back in the Autumn that FESTIVE FARE had the credentials to be a Coral Easter Classic contender and his performance in a valuable Wolverhampton handicap on Saturday confirms his belief. Racing for ... more...

Kempton preview: Perfect Alchemy has formula for success

| 16.12.2015

David Metcalf | December 16, 2015 Perfect Alchemy has slipped to a handy mark and can take advantage to land the 7f handicap on this evening’s card at Kempton (18.40) now dropped in grade. The filly was last successful at Windsor back in August 2014 for trainer Ralph Beckett when landing a class 4 contest off a mark of 78. Now in the care of Pat Chammings, the four-year-old is able to race i... more...