It’s not quite time to hang up those top hats and fascinators just yet, with another superb seven-race card to enjoy at Royal Ascot on Saturday.
The Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes is the major highlight on the final day, in what could be one of the most open feature races of the entire week.
Check out our Day 5 Royal Ascot tips below…
Royal Ascot Racing Tips – Day 5
14:30 (Chesham Stakes) – New Science – 7/2 🏇
Showed instant chemistry with William Buick on debut in May when recovering from a difficult start to grind out the win at Yarmouth; Galileo colt looks another winning proposition for Charlie Appleby.
15:05 (Jersey Stakes) – Creative Force – 6/1 🏇
A real force to be reckoned with in this Group 3 contest after making it four from five with win in Listed company at Newbury; should be firmly in the mix again as he steps up to 7f on Saturday.
15:40 (Hardwicke Stakes) – Ilaraab – 7/1 EW 🏇
In simply sensational form for William Haggis since last summer with exception of a debut misfire; has won all six races following that false start and looks to be only improving after commanding 3L win at York in May.
16:20 (Diamond Jubilee Stakes) – Dream Of Dreams – 4/1 🏇
Last year’s runner-up could finally take top billing this time around after two narrow seconds in this race since 2019; made a statement of intent with Group 1 win at Haydock in September and should relish the soft ground as he re-teams with Ryan Moore.
17:00 (Wokingham Stakes) – Pendleton – 10/1 EW 🏇
Delivered like a true Olympian at York last time out over soft ground and hasn’t been out the places in four runs now; all evidence suggest he’s forging a formidable partnership with the up-and-coming Callum Rodriguez.
17:35 (Golden Gates Stakes) – Foxes Tales – 12/1 EW 🏇
Cunning operator can perhaps be forgiven for poor run at Chester last time out after a bright start since debut last December; this course better suits his talents and Oisin Murphy booking could bring him into the each-way reckoning.
18:10 (Queen Alexandra Stakes) – Stag Horn – 12/1 EW 🏇
Lively front-runner could help Hollie Doyle land another Ascot winner after his hat-trick of wins last season; showed plenty of promise when fourth as a 14/1 shot up against the almighty Stradivarius in the Sagaro Stakes here earlier in the year.
Odds guide for reference only. Runners accurate at time of writing.