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Day Five, the final day of Royal Ascot 2021 sees a 7-race card, one of which is at the highest Group 1 level with the Diamond Jubilee Stakes to bring the curtain down on the week’s racing in style. See our Royal Ascot Day 5 tips, previews, trends and more below.

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18:10 Queen Alexandra Stakes

Full Result
  1. Stratum silk
    14 (20)
    Stratum J: Ryan Moore 4/1
  2. Calling The Wind silk
    6 (18)
    Calling The Wind J: David Egan 40/1
  3. The Grand Visir silk
    15 (1)
    The Grand Visir tp J: Richard Kingscote 17/2
    1. Stag Horn silk
      4 (15)
      Stag Horn p J: Hollie Doyle 9/2
    2. Green Book silk
      17 (17)
      Green Book J: Ben Curtis 40/1
    3. Morando silk
      12 (7)
      Morando J: Silvestre De Sousa 13/2
    4. Single silk
      19 (14)
      Single J: George Bass 66/1
    5. Barbados silk
      5 (9)
      Barbados p J: Shane Foley 18/1
    6. Falcon Eight silk
      8 (5)
      Falcon Eight v J: Frankie Dettori 7/4F
    7. Who Dares Wins silk
      3 (16)
      Who Dares Wins p J: Tom Marquand 22/1
    8. To Be Wild silk
      16 (13)
      To Be Wild J: Robert Tart 66/1
    9. Table Mountain silk
      20 (12)
      Table Mountain tv J: Laura Pearson 150/1
    10. Cleonte silk
      7 (4)
      Cleonte p J: William Buick 66/1
    11. Global Heat silk
      9 (3)
      Global Heat J: Oisin Murphy 50/1
    12. Monete silk
      18 (11)
      Monete J: Ray Dawson 150/1
Winning Trainer: W P Mullins
Distances: 3 1/4, 1/2, 2 1/2
Runners: 15 | Non Runners: 5



Chesham Stakes (Listed Race)



Jersey Stakes (Group 3)



Hardwicke Stakes (Group 2)



Diamond Jubilee Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series)



Wokingham Stakes (Heritage Handicap)



Golden Gates Stakes (Handicap)



Queen Alexandra Stakes

Royal Ascot Day 5 Tips

Day five opens with the Listed level Chesham Stakes. The Chesham Stakes can often be a guide to next year’s Classics.

Next up is the Group 3 Jersey Stakes, a race open to three-year-olds and typically run on the final day of Royal Ascot. Run over seven furlongs the Jersey Stakes fills the gap between sprinters and those dropping back in trip from a mile. Many winners of the Group 3 Jersey Stakes go on to win at the highest level the following seasons with recent examples such as Expert Eye and Ribchester.

The Group 2 Hardwicke Stakes follows, taking us away from the sprinting division for a race open to horses aged four or older and contested over one mile and four furlongs. Won by some very classy horses in recent years the Hardwicke Stakes is often a stepping stone to a tilt at the Group 1 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, run over course-and-distance around a month after Royal Ascot.

Next is the Group 1 contest the Diamond Jubilee Stakes, arguably the most international affair of all the Royal Ascot races. Run over a trip of six furlongs for horses aged four years or older, although three-year-olds foaled in the Southern Hemisphere are also eligible. Recent years have seen winners of the Diamond Jubilee Stakes hail from the UK, Ireland, USA and Australia making it a contest that can pit the best turf sprinters around the world against one another.

Following on is a handicap, coming by way of the Wokingham Stakes. The Wokingham Stakes is also run over six furlongs and open to horses aged three years and older.

Next up is the Golden Gates Handicap, named after the ceremonial entrance point for the Royal Procession at the end of the straight mile. Run over ten furlongs and open to three-year-olds, it becomes the only ten-furlong handicap run at Royal Ascot.

The final race, the last of 35-races at Royal Ascot 2021 is the Queen Alexandra Stakes, the longest race of the week, run over two miles five and a half furlongs. The race is often contested by horses hailing from both flat and national hunt yards, with recent winning trainers including Willie Mullins, Gordon Elliott, Mark Johnston and Andrew Balding.

Key Royal Ascot Day 5 Stats and Trends

Chesham Stakes Trends

  • Raced just once, 8/10 (four had won)
  • Recorded Topspeed figure of at least 63, 7/10

Jersey Stakes Trends

  • First or second in one or both of last two starts, 8/10
  • Ran in a Guineas, 7/10
  • Ran in a Classic trial, 6/10

Hardwicke Stakes Trends

  • Group-race winner, 10/10
  • Finished in the first three in a Listed or Group race that season, 9/10
  • Top-two finish last time out, 9/10
  • Distance winner, 8/10

Diamond Jubilee Stakes Trends

  • Adjusted RPR of at least 127, 10/10
  • Top-three finish within last two starts, 10/10
  • No older than five, 9/10
  • Group or Listed winner over 6f, 9/10

Wokingham Stakes Trends

  • Distance winner, 9/10
  • Aged four or five, 8/10
  • Top-four finish last time out, 8/10
  • Carried no more than 9st 3lb, 7/10
  • Won over 7f, 6/10

Queen Alexandra Stakes Trends

  • Aged five to eight, 8/10 (both exceptions older)
  • Contested a Group or Listed race since last season, 8/10
  • Top-six finish in race over 2m2f-plus, 8/10
  • Drawn nine or higher, 7/10

Are spectators allowed at Royal Ascot 2021?

In accordance with the Government’s Roadmap, the maximum capacity for racegoers on all racecourses is 12,000 per day.

Where can I watch Royal Ascot 2021?

All 35 races at Royal Ascot 2021 will be shown on either ITV or Sky Sports Racing.

ITV1 will be showing races two onwards on days 1,2,3 & 4 and race three onwards on day 5
Sky Sports Racing will be showing all 35 races throughout the week

Where can I stream Royal Ascot 2021?

The majority of leading online bookmakers will stream all Royal Ascot 2021 races, subject to meeting minimum bet requirements. If you do not already have an online bookmaker account, visit our free bets page here.

How many races are there at Royal Ascot 2021?

Royal Ascot 2021 will play host to a whopping 35 race programme, with each day featuring 7-race cards.

Where can I find Royal Ascot 2021 Tips?

myracing will provide expert analysis, tips and trends for each day and all 35 races throughout Royal Ascot 2021. With each day of the meeting having a designated page containing the latest Royal Ascot tips, trends and previews, be sure to check out all of the individual pages for tailored Royal Ascot Day 1 Tips, Royal Ascot Day 2 Tips, Royal Ascot Day 3 Tips & Royal Ascot Day 4 Tips.

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