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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

2K to 10K Betting Challenge (Bet No 54 ) Wed 19th June

2K to 10K Betting Challenge continues on Day two at Royal Ascot  .

The betting bankroll remains the same at £2737 after Elarqam finished third at 5-1 in Wolferon Stakes .

No excuses for Elarqam who had every chance when hitting the front over furlong out ,though was no match for Addeybb who stormed home for impressive victory .

The stakes remain the same at £110.00 .Moving on to Wednesday at Royal Ascot going concentrate on the group two Duke Of Cambridge Stakes at 4.20 .

17 runners declared for fillies & mares over 1 mile on ground described as soft .Not the strongest group two contest ,though still looks interesting contest .The three main contenders look to be . I Can Fly ,Agrotera & Rawdaa

I CAN FLY : 4-Y-0 Irish Bay Filly , winning 4 out 16 .Had some very useful form last season ,including winning 1 mile G2 Boomerang Stakes at Leopardstown in September .Also finished excellent second in G1 Queen Elizabeth stakes over C&D at Ascot on Champions day on soft ground .Not quite as good since ,though did finish fair sixth of 14 in G1 Lockinge at Newbury in May.Interesting contender returning to Ascot on soft ground .

AGOTERA : 4-Y-0 Chestnut Gelding , winning 3 out 8 .Progressive sort .Won over C&D at Royal Ascot last season ,winning the 23 runner Sandringham h'cap in impressive style,off mark 88.Made winning reapperance this season on All Weather, winning 1 mile listed race at Kempton in April .Takes step up in class,though looks open to further improvement this season.

RAWDAA : 4-Y-0 Bay Filly ,winning 2 out 7 .Very consistent filly, not finishing outside the first three in 7 starts .Shown improved form this season,including finishing good second in G2 Middleton Stakes behind the useful La Ti Dar at York in May .Looks improving sort,though drop back in trip may not be ideal .

VERDICT : I CAN FLY looks the class act here, being the only group two winner in the field.Hasn't been quite at her best so far this season ,though produced career best here at Ascot over C&D on soft ground in October .Odds around 4-1 look solid each-way value .

Rawdaa looks the danger ,after finishing close second in this grade at York last time .Looks typical  Sir Michael Stoute improver, has won over this trip ,though her best form has been over further .
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I CAN FLY 4.20 ASCOT 
£55.00 EACH-WAY @ 4-1 SKYBET* 
(THIRD SP 7-2 LOSS £11.00 )

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