Royal Ascot draws to a close on Saturday and Racing Post tipster Robbie Wilders eyes up four bets on the final day.
2.30 Ascot - Content @ 13/2
3.40 Ascot - Rohaan @ 12/1
5.00 Ascot - Kape Moss @ 33/1
5.35 Ascot - Cuban Dawn @ 20/1
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This filly is only as short as she is in the betting due to Ryan Moore riding her over stablemate CONTENT, who looks worth backing at a much bigger price with bet365 paying four places for each-way bets.
Pearls And Rubies has it to prove over this 7f trip, having scored over 5f on her debut, and Content already boasts form at the distance.
The Queen Elizabeth II Stakes is the final Group 1 of the meeting and I am all over ROHAAN with five places up for grabs with Bet365.
Rohaan just loves it as Ascot. He is 4-6 here and landed the last two Wokingham editions in brilliant style from big weights.
Ignore his below-par return at as that was just a warm up for this and this is the big day. I am sure Rohaan would have gone close if he had run in the Group 1 on this card last year and he has been a top-level winner waiting to happen for a long time. If ever that is going to happen it will be here.
Tuesday's King’s Stand runner-up Highfield Princess is a major danger and patently a better horse than Rohaan, but she might not be at her brilliant best at Ascot, whereas this horse is.
The Wokingham is as competitive as ever and KAPE MOSS is the sprinter I am eyeing up with Bet365 paying six places.
Kape Moss has taken her form to new heights since upped to 6f, having been found wanting for a bit of toe over 5f. She loves arriving off a strong pace over 6f and will have the race run to suit.
Her recent Listed seconds to smart fillies Get Ahead and Azure Blue (Newmarket) read well and there is no telling where her ceiling lies.
Trainer Dave Loughnane saddled a one-two at this meeting a couple of years ago and rider Billy Loughnane is excellent value for his 3lb claim. His presence means Kape Moss effectively runs off 93 and that underestimates her.
I like high draws in the middle-distance handicaps at Ascot and CUBAN DAWN (stall 15) looks the overpriced one in the Golden Gates.
Cuban Dawn is Jim Bolger's only runner of the week at the meeting and the booking of top jockey Hollie Doyle is intriguing, while his three efforts over a mile suggest he is crying out for this 1m2f trip.
Sent off a 50/1 chance for his debut in a mile Listed race in May behind Paddington, Cuban Dawn was noted making good late headway behind that bona-fide Group 1 performer.
A staying-on runner-up twice over a mile in warm maidens since, Cuban Dawn needs to improve to defy a mark of 91, but can do so over this 1m2f distance.
Each of those three runs came within 22 days of each other, and the subsequent 32-day gap for a race he has presumably been aimed at all season can be defied.