ASCOT TIP: STRONG FRONT-RUNNER

Ascot Tip: Strong Front-Runner. These odds are hard to understand, and we will be betting accordingly. While I’m attending another Race meeting today, we have plenty of bets in the UK, Ireland, France and Germany. Bring it on!

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ASCOT TIP: STRONG FRONT-RUNNER

ASCOT TIP: STRONG FRONT-RUNNER

2:15 QUICKTHORN 11/2

Despite the numbers, this is a cracking race and we should get in on the action!

TRUESHAN did us a massive favour when winning last year’s Doncaster Cup, and then he followed up by winning the Group One Cadran (Longchamp). On both occasions, the 8-year-old was given a cracking ride by Hollie Doyle, and the best female jockey (in Europe) is riding again! 

The only negative I can find with Alan King’s runner is he’s penalised for winning those big races. He’s giving 7 pounds to the other four runners, and over this long distance on the testing ground, he’s up against it!

CAIUS CHORISTER is also penalised, but the 5-year-old is receiving the sex allowance. In short, she’s racing from the same weight as the other three runners. The negative with the David Menusier-trained mare is she’s not at the level (106) of her opponents, and she will need all to underperform! 

Strictly on the book, John Gosden trained 5-year-old SWEET WILLIAM (108) needs to find plenty. Nevertheless, he’s lightly raced and open to improvement and he’s from a stable in great form.

At the time of writing, COLTRANE heads the betting market. The 7-year-old was an easy winner of this race last year, and the conditions will suit. However, Andrew Balding’s charge needs to bounce back from a poor run in Meyden, and for now, he’s got something to prove!

I’m recommending 9 times winner QUICKTHORN. The Hughie Morrison-trained gelding is a strong front-runner, and he goes well fresh. The son of NATHANIEL handles the ground, and Tom Marquand knows him well. Coming from a stable form is a positive, and so is the small field!

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