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Royal Ascot Tips 2022

Royal Ascot is one of the leading meetings on the Flat calendar in the UK. There are five excellent days of racing at the royal meeting in June.

Here is a look at the best tips across the week at the Berkshire racecourse.

Adayar – Prince of Wales’s Stakes

Last season’s Derby winner Adayar is set to tackle the Prince Of Wales’s at Royal Ascot. The four-year-old had an excellent campaign in 2021, winning the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes to go with his Epsom win.

Adayar comes from Charlie Appleby’s yard and the Godolphin trainer has got off to a fantastic start to the new campaign, with his win in the 2,000 Guineas with Coroebus being the pick of his success so far.

Appleby’s Derby winner just struggled to replicate his best form at the back of last season. He should be fresh again now, after having the winter off. The drop down to 1m2f for the Prince of Wales’s Stakes will not be a problem. He is likely to be one of the leading horse racing tips for the day two contest at odds of 9/2.

Golden Pal – King’s Stand Stakes

US-based trainer Wesley Ward has been successful 12-times at Royal Ascot. He will be hoping to add to his tally in 2022. His leading hope comes in the King’s Stand Stakes, as he will saddle talented sprinter Golden Pal.

The four-year-old was second in the Norfolk Stakes at the meeting in 2020, but he is now a much better horse, as his form shows. The American sprinter has won his last three races on the track, including the Group One Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint at the Breeders’ Cup Championship.

Ward’s speedster is one of the fastest sprinters in the world over 5f. He can prove his class with a first win at Royal Ascot this year over the minimum trip in the King’s Stand Stakes.

Stradivarius – Ascot Gold Cup

It’s not often that eight-year-olds are at the top of their division in Flat racing, but Stradivarius proved in the Yorkshire Cup at the Dante Festival at York that he remains one of the best stayers in the sport.

The 20-time winner landed the Ascot Gold Cup in 2018, 2019 and 2020. He will match what the great Yeats did if he can prevail for a fourth time. Given how strong his record is over the 2m4f distance at Ascot, he cannot be ignored.

Trueshan currently leads the way in the 2m+ division, however, there is no guarantee he will take part in the feature race of the week. As we saw last year, if enough rain does not fall prior to the race, his connections are not afraid to pull their horse out.

Stradivarius is 9-2 in the Ascot Gold Cup betting. He will be fit now with the Yorkshire Cup behind him, and he is durable over all types of ground.

Good luck with your Royal Ascot bets this year. Hopefully, the above three horses can make it a very enjoyable meeting for you.