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Empress Josephine supplemented for Coronation Stakes

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Aidan O’Brien’s Guineas winners Mother Earth and the supplemented Empress Josephine head the 15 remaining fillies in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Mother Earth beat Saffron Beach at Newmarket, and then put up a bold display in the French equivalent when beaten just over a length by surprise winner Coeursamba.

Empress Josephine was supplemented for Friday’s Group 1 following her last-gasp win at the Curragh over stablemate Joan Of Arc – who has been taken out at the six-day stage. O’Brien has also left in Friendly.

His two sons Joseph and Donnacha both have live chances too. Joseph’s Pretty Gorgeous and Donnacha’s Shale met several times last season with both enjoying a degree of success – but they also need to put disappointing runs on their reappearances behind them.

Henry de Bromhead has supplemented Flirting Bridge, second to Joan Of Arc in a 1,000 Guineas Trial, while Peter Schiergen has also added Novemba to the possible field.

Sir Michael Stoute has left in the unbeaten Potapova, impressive in her two starts to date but set for a massive leap in class.

Alcohol Free could represent Andrew Balding – having won the Fred Darling and finished fifth in the Guineas – while Ed Walker’s Primo Bacio, so impressive at York last time out, is another lively contender.

Richard Hannon’s beautifully bred Snow Lantern, Richard Fahey’s Fev Rover, third at Newmarket but bogged down in heavy ground at the Curragh, My Generation, Lullaby Moon and Oodnadatta complete the list.

Commonwealth Cup confirmations

Wesley Ward’s Campanelle is among 24 left in the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot.

Winner of the Queen Mary last year, Campanelle went on to take the Prix Morny in France too and then finish fourth at the Breeders’ Cup over a mile.

Clive Cox has a strong hand on Friday – with the improving Diligent Harry and Middle Park winner Supremacy, although the latter needs to put a dismal first run of the season behind him.

There is a strong challenger from France in the shape of Suesa, who has been impressive in remaining unbeaten for Francois Rohaut in four outings to date.

Archie Watson’s Dragon Symbol, narrowly beaten at Haydock last time out, is another well fancied – while Aidan O’Brien could drop Battleground in trip after he disappointed in the 2000 Guineas behind Poetic Flare.

Method, The Lir Jet, Dandalla, Happy Romance, Miss Amulet and Sacred are others who are likely to have plenty of supporters in the six-furlong Group 1 for three-year-olds.

O’Brien has supplemented The Mediterranean among 15 for the King Edward VII Stakes – from which, as expected, Sir Michael Stoute’s Bay Bridge is an absentee.

The Ballydoyle handler could also run Baton Rouge, Hector De Maris, Kyprios, Matchless, Sir Lamorak and Wordsworth.

William Haggas’ Alenquer will no doubt attract many backers, given he was last seen beating Derby winner Adayar at Sandown.

Sir Mark Todd will be saddling his first Royal Ascot runner in the shape of Tasman Bay, while Mark Johnston’s Gear Up could make a quick reappearance after the Derby.

There are 24 fillies in the Albany Stakes – with a pair from George Boughey’s stable to the fore, in Beautiful Sunshine and Cachet.

Simon and Ed Crisford’s Flotus, Ralph Becket’s Hello You and Ward’s Kaufymaker – who is thought more likely to run in the Coventry Stakes – and O’Brien’s Prettiest all made a big impression when winning on their debuts.

A total of 39 have been entered for the Sandringham Stakes, in which Roger Charlton’s Lucid Dreamer could look to bounce back from a below-par run in the Fred Darling.

The Duke of Edinburgh Stakes has attracted 43 entries – including Favorite Moon, who last ran in Australia for Haggas. Last year’s winner Scarlet Dragon could be back again.

 
 

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Wednesday 28 July
19. MODUS 175
D. J. O'Keeffe silk D. J. O'Keeffe
Enda Bolger, Ireland
11. OFF YOU GO (IRE) 174
J. S. McGarvey silk J. S. McGarvey
Cathal Byrnes, Ireland
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22. SOMPTUEUX (FR) 173
Aidan Coleman silk Aidan Coleman
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
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20:55 PERTH

1st Mr James King silk 5. ISLAND NATION (IRE) 9/43.25jf
2nd Mr Connor Wood silk 6. WISE COCO 9/43.25jf
3rd Miss Abbie McCain silk 1. TIMETOROE (IRE) 6/17
T: Olly Murphy  
All 8 ran.
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20:35 WORCESTER

1st Jamie Moore silk 7. PILLAR OF STEEL 11/102.1f
2nd Robert Dunne silk ¾ 6. DORKING ROGUE 3/14
3rd Paddy Brennan silk 1 3. RIGHT DESTINATION (IRE) 10/111
J: Jamie Moore  
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20:25 PERTH

1st Harry Bannister silk 2. PARDON ME 11/43.75jf
2nd Adam Wedge silk 3. PRINTING DOLLARS (IRE) 11/43.75jf
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1st Declan McDonogh silk 22. NO THANKS 4/15
2nd Sam Ewing silk ½ 7. CROWNS MAJOR (JPN) 5/16
3rd William James Lee silk nk 6. LANDA BEACH (IRE) 20/121
4th M. P. Sheehy silk 2. ISOTOPE (IRE) 22/123
19 ran. NRs: 11  15  19  23 
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1st Harry Cobden silk 10. HEARTBREAKER 4/15
2nd Paddy Brennan silk 6. MULBERRY HILL (IRE) 11/43.75
3rd Mr Ben Bromley silk 2. GINGER DU VAL (FR) 5/23.5f
J: Harry Cobden  
T: Michael Bell  
10 ran. NRs: 5 
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19:55 PERTH

1st Aidan Coleman silk 4. PUTTING GREEN 3/14
2nd Harry Reed silk ns 2. PAMMI 10/34.33
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1st Izzy Clifton silk 19. PLUM PERFECT (IRE) 12/113
2nd A. J. Slattery silk 4. KHAFAAQ 10/111
3rd Sam Ewing silk nk 1. DANCE EMPEROR (IRE) 9/25.5
4th Wesley Joyce silk nk 13. TAKE MY HAND (IRE) 8/19
J: Izzy Clifton (7)  
17 ran. NRs: 11  12  20  6 
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1st Nick Scholfield silk 5. JUST ONCE 1/12f
2nd Sam Twiston-Davies silk 11 3. THE WICKET CHICKEN (IRE) 9/43.25
3 ran. NRs: 1  2 
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1st Henry Brooke silk 2. GET OUT THE GATE (IRE) 2/13f
2nd Daryl Jacob silk 14 7. SHANROE AL C (IRE) 7/18
J: Henry Brooke  
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