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Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Stakes: Timeform preview and free Race Pass

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The Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Stakes (15:45) at Royal Ascot on Saturday is available as a free Race Pass, which means logged-in customers can view all our premium comments and ratings.

There have been much bigger fields over the straight course at Ascot this week but the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Stakes (15:45), the Group 1 six-furlong contest for older sprinters, looks a very open contest with 14 runners declared.

Formerly trained in Ireland by Johnny Murtagh, Shartash (Timeform weight-adjusted rating 128p) has done really well since joining Archie Watson this year, winning both his starts, and with further improvement likely he can prove too good for his more exposed rivals. A Group 2 winner at two, Shartash rather lost his way at the end of last season but has put up smart efforts this term to win a conditions event at Thirsk and a listed race at Haydock, landing the latter contest from Pogo more comfortably than the neck margin suggests. That was over seven furlongs, but the drop back to six isn’t a concern and he can be another successful recent purchase for Wathnan Racing.

Mill Stream (129) is another thriving four-year-old for ‘Hot Trainer’ Jane Chapple-Hyam. He graduated from handicaps to win in listed/Group 3 company at Deauville last summer but couldn’t make an impact at Group 1 level in the autumn. However, he should get much more involved with his sights raised again as he followed a good second in the Abernant Stakes at Newmarket on his reappearance by getting up in the dying strides to land the 1895 Duke of York Stakes in a blanket finish. Several of his York rivals take him on again but he may not have reached his limit.

The likeable Kinross (130) lacks a run this year but always needs respecting in these contests, particularly at Ascot as he has the ‘Horses For Courses’ flag. He was beaten a neck in the Champions Sprint Stakes here on his final start last year, a race he’d won in 2022, having won the Lennox Stakes at Goodwood (for the second time) and the City of York Stakes earlier last season. Kinross has only been eighth and seventh in his two runs in this race but is entitled to go closer on his best form.

Charlie Hills pulled off a shock win with Khaadem (127) under Jamie Spencer at 80/1 last year and he’ll be an outsider again after finishing in rear in the Duke of York on his reappearance, though he has the ‘Jockey Uplift’ flag with Oisin Murphy in the saddle for the first time, as well as the ‘Horses For Courses’ flag.

However, connections have a better chance with new recruit Mitbaahy (126) who is Spencer’s mount this year. Mitbaahy ended last season winning a listed race at Chester on his final start for Roger Varian and was better than ever on his third run for his current stable when finishing strongly from well off the pace to beat Regional three quarters of a length in the Greenlands Stakes at the Curragh last time. This race promises to be run in similar fashion, while the runner-up boosted that form with a good run earlier in the week.

Believing (129) won three times in listed/Group 3 company for ‘Hot Trainer’ George Boughey last year as well as finishing a close third behind Regional at long odds in the Sprint Cup at Haydock. She proved better than ever when comfortably winning a listed race back at Haydock earlier this month and fared best of those held up when a creditable fourth to Asfoora in the King Charles III Stakes here on Tuesday. She could feature again if this doesn’t come too soon.

Art Power (131) is a former Royal Ascot winner and was third in this race in 2021, while his latest win came at 40/1 over this course and distance in the Champions Sprint Stakes with several of these rivals behind. However, that was on soft ground which he ideally needs, though he comes into this in fair form, finishing fifth in the Duke of York and fourth in the Greenlands.

Shouldvebeenaring (129) for ‘Hot Trainer’ Richard Hannon is another very much in the mix on his best form such as when having several of these behind him when going down by a neck at 50/1 to Regional in the Sprint Cup at Haydock last year. More recently he was touched off by a nose by Mill Stream in the Duke of York and had excuses in the Greenlands last time.

The strong-travelling Washington Heights (127) has recent form which ties him in with several of these and is another who has returned as an improved four-year-old. He was a surprise winner of the Abernant Stakes at Newmarket in April when making all at 33/1 and had Mill Stream and Mitbaahy in the frame behind him. He confirmed that improvement when a close fourth behind Mill Stream in the Duke of York, leading over two furlongs out until close home, and earned the ‘Horse In Focus’ flag for that run where the draw and run of the race counted against him.

Swingalong (124) has the ‘Horses For Courses’ flag after reaching the frame in Group 1 company on her two starts here last year in the Commonwealth Cup and Champions Sprint and has claims of doing so again. She also won the Summer Stakes at York last year and wasn’t discredited when eighth in the Duke of York there on her reappearance when weakening late on.

The Wizard of Eye (121+) rather lost his way for Stan Moore last term but showed improved form on his first start for Charlie Fellowes when landing the Victoria Cup over seven furlongs here last month. However, this is a step up from handicap company and the drop back in trip is unlikely to play to his strengths too.

Quinault (119) also has the ‘Horses For Courses’ flag after gaining the last of his seven wins in handicaps last year at this track over seven furlongs. He has run creditably this term but looks to be flying a bit too high here, while trainer Stuart Williams has the ‘Cold Trainer’ flag.

Jumby (120) won the John of Gaunt Stakes at Haydock last year but has mainly struggled since, including when last in the latest edition of that race, and is tried in blinkers now. Vadream (124) also looks up against it, and while she went close to repeating last year’s Palace House Stakes victory at Newmarket in April, she has been well held since, including in Tuesday’s King Charles III Stakes.

Timeform analyst’s verdict

Archie Watson has done a fantastic job since Shartash came into his care and, while the four-year-old is back in much stronger company, the visual impression of both wins this term suggest he's open to more improvement for new owners, so he's preferred to Duke of York winner Mill Stream. Kinross is always a player at the top level but others have a fitness edge on him.

Timeform weight-adjusted ratings

131 Art Power

130 Kinross

129 Believing

129 Mill Stream

129 Shouldvebeenaring

128p Shartash

127 Khaadem

127 Washington Heights

126 Mitbaahy

124 Swingalong

124 Vadream

121+ The Wizard of Eye

120 Jumby

119 Quinault

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NAAS 18:20

Wednesday 24 July
11. NIGHTEYES (IRE) 1st
Daniel Tudhope silk Daniel Tudhope
David O'Meara
12. OVER THE BLUES (IRE) 2nd
L. T. McAteer silk L. T. McAteer
Patrick T. Foley, Ireland
7. LETHERFLY (IRE) 3rd
Declan McDonogh silk Declan McDonogh
Noel Meade, Ireland
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20:40 SALISBURY

1st Luke Morris silk 7. GODSEND 4/51.8f
2nd Rose Dawes silk 2 1. CHERRY COLA 9/25.5
J: Luke Morris  
7 ran. NRs: 8 
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20:30 NAAS

1st C. T. Keane silk 2. FACETHEPUCKOUT (IRE) 9/25.5
2nd Seamie Heffernan silk hd 1. PHYSIQUE (IRE) 6/42.5f
J: C. T. Keane  
6 ran. NRs: 5  6  9 
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20:20 LEICESTER

1st Tom Eaves silk 2. HIGH VIOLET (IRE) 8/19
2nd Joanna Mason silk 7. GULTARI 9/25.5
3rd Silvestre De Sousa silk ½ 4. KURIMU 9/25.5
J: Tom Eaves  
9 ran. NRs: 8 
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20:10 SALISBURY

1st Oisin Murphy silk 6. SIR GABRIAL 11/26.5
2nd John Fahy silk 2. HOW'S THE GUVNOR (IRE) 9/110
J: Oisin Murphy  
T: Alice Haynes  
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20:00 NAAS

1st C. T. Keane silk 3. POWER UNDER ME (IRE) 5/61.83f
2nd Shane Foley silk ½ 4. WARRIOR BRAVE 4/15
J: C. T. Keane  
5 ran. NRs: 2 
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19:50 LEICESTER

1st Silvestre De Sousa silk 4. MADAME DE SEVIGNE (IRE) 9/25.5
2nd Jonny Peate silk 1. TIERNEY (IRE) 16/117
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19:40 SALISBURY

1st Jack Doughty silk 4. UNDER CURFEW 12/113
2nd David Probert silk 2. SYMBOL OF HOPE 15/28.5
3rd Oisin Murphy silk sh 1. THE DEFIANT 5/16
J: Jack Doughty (5)  
T: Tony Carroll  
9 ran. NRs: 6 
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19:30 NAAS

1st R. Donaghue-Leahy silk 1. NITUNA (IRE) 3/14
2nd Jack Cleary silk sh 13. CANNES DO (IRE) 17/29.5
3rd T. Casey silk 7. VIVA VOCE (IRE) 40/141
J: R. Donaghue-Leahy (2)  
14 ran. NRs: 3  8 
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1st Silvestre De Sousa silk 3. THRILLING DREAM 9/43.25
2nd Jim Crowley silk 1. DUBAWI TIME 1/12f
T: Ed Dunlop  
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