Four points of Royal Scott’s Day: Prosperous journey can finally seal the glory of big race in the coronation stack


The Prosperous Voyage could finally win the Coronation Stakes (4.20) on Friday at the Royal Scott and carry the bride’s wedding tag.

Inspirer will be a passionate order this day, after appearing quite invincible as a two-year-old – winning all four races and facing only one setback before being made a favorite for Guinea.

However, concerns remain over Frankel’s daughter, who will make her first start in 252 days. Prosperous Voyage was runner-up on two occasions behind John Gosden’s Philly and second in Guinea behind Ketchup, who is once again in opposition.

Ralph Beckett’s charge, which will go under regular jockey Rob Hornby at about 10-1, seems straightforward and is very low between him and Ketchup – who hit him on the neck in New Market – and Mangosteen, who There was only one head. Catch when the French win 1000 guineas.

The hot weather kept the connection of the homeless songs of the winner of the great Irish Guinea at home, which is a shame, because his quest with Inspire would have been one of the races of the week.

Albany (2.30) has a somewhat weak preference in the medium, which is so far unbeaten in Ireland but not very impressive. The wave looks really promising, but Ivory Madonna is almost 33-1 ahead. It doesn’t have much to look forward to on Goodwood Farm with full wet and it should be able to do better under Holly Doyle.

Royal Scott

Day 4 Tips

2.30 Ivory Madonna 33-

3.05 Twilight Jet 8-

3.40 Tip 10.

4.20 Happy Journey 10-

5.00 Cigamia 22-

5.35 Ottoman Fleet 9-

6.10 Ladies Church 10-1

Twilight Jet has twice lagged behind Perfect Power at the age of two, but it looks like it has grown into a three-year-old powerhouse, and trainer Michael O’Callaghan has his chance at the Commonwealth Cup (3.05). Sure about

He was kept busy at the age of two, running 11 times, including in the Breeders’ Cup. He took his racing really well, but his season return seems to have improved by almost half a rock, so maybe he could go six better after finishing midfield here in Norfolk last year.

The return trip is logical for Perfect Power. Apparently given his ability in Guinea – running a mile more than six furlongs yesterday – he did not run badly to finish seventh and it will tell us how good he is as a sprinter. ۔ Go Bears Go seems possible too.

There may be a welcome winner for the Queen in the Just Fine Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (5.00), but her former partner, the counselor, is more appealing. He did well on his Irish debut at Easy Ground in Cork, but he was at another level four weeks earlier in a better race in Korag, clearly stronger, and he gives the impression that he is at that distance. Will maintain it

Speculators are placing sensible good bets on the 29-runner Sandringham Stakes (5.00), a minefield that looks to bet a little on every side. Cigamia, a rare Royal Runner for Willie McCreery, has a 25 draw and it’s hard to know how it will work out. The last time she had a straight job at Killarney, she was definitely interested in running back to her seasonal return to homeless singing in Leopardstown, where she was a little inferior to everything else that day.

The Changingoftheguard is sure to be popular in the King Edward VII Stacks (5.35) after a good run in the last Derby, but he seemed quite one-paced after gaining momentum and it was a race less than a fortnight. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Charlie Appleby has had a wonderful year with his three-year-old children and overcame some inexperience to stylishly beat a smart horse in New Market.

Perhaps the condition of the day goes to the closing hall of the Holyroad House Stacks (6.10). Ladies Church on its return to Cork conducted a really exciting trial for this race in a listed company and it seems to have progressed at the age of three. He is definitely the best horse here in the Handicap Company under Ben Quinn.