Free tips Horse Racing Tips for Friday 19th June – Royal Ascot Day 4 Tips
Bit unlucky on Day 3 with Tritonic and Huboor just missing out on paying out. We’ll try our luck on with our Royal Ascot Day 4 tips below…
Video: Day 3 Royal Ascot Highlights
2.25pm Royal Ascot – The Lir Jet at 6/1 with Sport Nation
After The Lir Jet won on his seasonal debut at Yarmouth he was quickly snapped up by Qatar Racing who were really keen to see their colours represented in the Norfolk Stakes at the Royal Ascot 2020 meeting.
The speedy two-year-old made most of the running that day and won by a comfortable 2¾ lengths in the end. A reproduction of that run would see the Prince Of Lir-colt go close here and he will be ridden by the Champion Jockey Oisin Murphy.
Trainer Michael Bell is well overdue a Royal Ascot winner so this could be the one.
3.00pm Royal Ascot – Fanny Logan at 9/1 with bet365*
The John Gosden-trained Fanny Logan was a force to be reckoned with last season, notching up a hat-trick of Listed wins and a Group Three at Newmarket before heading off to the States where she finished fourth in the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf race.
The four-year-old proved her stamina for an extended 1m3f at Haydock in the Pinnacle Stakes twelve days ago and she looks sure to be in the shake up here if progressing from there.
A daughter of Sea The Stars, the filly has absolutely everything going for her and Frankie Dettori is bound to give her a canny enough ride in this.
3.35pm Royal Ascot – Wooded at 11/2 with 888sport (NR)
Friday could well see the first French victory of the week as Wooded (NR) attempts to take the Commonwealth Cup home for our Gallic cousins.
The game Wooded won the Group 3 Prix Texanita at Chantilly against other three-year-olds in fine style on his seasonal debut and he looks destined for bigger and better things.
Champion jockey Oisin Murphy takes the ride and Wooded’s trainer Francis Graffard rated the Wootton Bassett-colt as his best chance of the week prior to making the trip over.
4.40pm Royal Ascot – Byron Flyer (66/1), Koeman (50/1), Scarlett Dragon (40/1)
The Duke Of Edinburgh Stakes looks a wide open affair this year and there really does look like the potential for an upset and a big priced winner.
Mick Channon’s Koeman is a course and distance winner and will have relished his extended break since racing at Meydan. Ian Williams’ Byron Flyer will be much sharper for his recent Newmarket opener while Scarlett Dragon cannot be ignored given Alan King’s form at present.
All three runners represent massive each-way betting value.