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Offline j.r.b.

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O.P. « 2019-Jul-26, 09:43 AM »
The 2019 renewal run Saturday night our time is a corker.

Enable's the 4/7 fav.

Crystal Ocean, unbeaten this year and a last start winner of the P of W Stakes at Royal Ascot, is the 3/1 second elect.

The Derby winner, Anthony Van Dyck, is 8/1.

Outside of the above, we have

•   Defoe, the Coronation Cup and Hardwicke Stakes winner,

•   Cheval Grand, the Japan Cup winner, and   

•   Waldgeist, the Prix Ganay winner.


Could be one for the books. 

Offline tontonan

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« 2019-Jul-26, 02:01 PM Reply #1 »
There has been some confusion over the Australian broadcast of the meeting.

Earlier this week TV guides had the broadcast of the KGQE meeting listed with one of the Channel Tens from 10.30pm but it has since been removed from 10's listing and has cropped up on racing.com instead. 

C78 racing.com  :   Saturday 27th July at 10:30 pm (150 minutes)
Live UK racing from Ascot Racecourse, featuring the Group 1 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes

Offline timw

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« 2019-Jul-27, 07:56 AM Reply #2 »
King George start time is 12.40am (skyracing)

Offline j.r.b.

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« 2019-Jul-27, 06:56 PM Reply #3 »
A lot of rain overnight, and the ground is now good to soft.

Quite possibly more rain to come.

Won’t hurt Enable’s chances. It was good to soft in 2017 when she trotted in.

Probably doesn’t help Cheval Grand though,

Offline Birkhahn

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« 2019-Jul-31, 09:39 PM Reply #4 »
Hello,
The Germanbred "Waldgeist"  ran a thirdplace  (1 1/2 lengths) behind Enable and Crystal Oceanin the "King George".
regards, Birkhahn

Online wily ole dog

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« 2019-Aug-01, 09:48 AM Reply #5 »
I thought he ran very well, Birkhahn

Salouen also ran better, finally being ridden cold. Look for him in a weaker race

It also puts an interesting perspective on the world wide form lines give the HK vase result as well
« Last Edit: 2019-Aug-01, 09:53 AM by wily ole dog »


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