The Queen’s 179-1 Double: Her Majesty’s two best each-way Royal Ascot hopes 👑

The Queen with a jockey in the Royal silks

The Queen traditionally makes a daily entrance in a horse-drawn carriage as part of the royal procession at Royal Ascot. Her Majesty didn’t attend in 2020, but she made an appearance in 2021. After her limited attendance at Platinum Jubilee, it would not be a shock if she didn’t attend this year.

Nonetheless, she has a good few runners at Royal Ascot next week but we have picked out her best two each-way chances of the week. They combine to form a monster 179-1 double and we have provided you with a bet slip below.

Without doubt, The Queen’s best chance of the week is Reach For The Moon who will probably run in the Hampton Court Stakes. However, he will be a very short price to do so and we want to give our followers a bit of a juicy price. Best of luck if you follow and always bet responsibly.

King’s Lynn
King’s Stand Stakes
Tuesday 14th June

Finished seventh in this race behind Oxted last year but was far from disgraced. He only found the exciting Flaming Rib too good on his return to action this year at Chester, but he duly obliged in a Group 2 at Haydock last month. It would be no surprise to see him run a huge race.

Perfect Alibi 
The Queen’s Vase
Wednesday 15th June

Le Havre filly trained by William Haggas who got off the mark at the third attempt at Newbury at the end of May. The step up to 1m4f was the key to unlocking her improvement and there should be more to come now tackling a longer distance.

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