Royal Ascot Day 2: The Royal Hunt Cup Dosage & Trends Analysis

Can Camelot bounce back to form?

Day 2 of Royal Ascot 2013 and plenty more high octane action for us all. Today I’m diving head first into the 30 runners Royal Hunt Cup  and ripping it apart with my unique Dosage & Trends analysis.

Before I lavish you with the latest FREE guide I just want to take a look back at how the shortlist fared in yesterday race in focus; The King’s Stand Stakes.

This was the shortlist included within the guide…

SWISS SPIRIT – 8th at 13/2

SOLE POWER – 1st at 8/1

SHEA SHEA – 2nd at 11/4

RECKLESS ABANDON – 5th at 4/1

KINGSGATE NATIVE – 16th at 16/1

Safe to say I’m pretty happy with how those figures panned out.

Johnny Murtagh produced Sole Power fast and late and floored the fav in the shadow of the post, he really is a master of these sprint contests at the track.

Yesterday you guys also played your part by successfully voting DAWN APPROACH as the most likely winner of the St James’s Palace Stakes. And what a fantastic race it was as well, wasn’t it?

Today I want YOUR opinion on the sole Grade 1 contest on the card…

 

Now onto my race in focus for the day.

The Royal Hunt Cup is a full-on cavalry charge down the Ascot 8f straight track. With 30 runners the draw can be extremely important. From my figures it looks like the pace is middle to high but again it isn’t straightforward and if they all converge into the middle, which is a possibility, then that would bring the lower numbers into play.

It is all in today’s guide, which you can download, for free, from the link below…

>>>Royal Hunt Cup Analysis Guide

As always you don’t have to side with me here, there is plenty of analysis in the guide that you can utilize into your own thoughts and workings.

Happy Royal Ascot punting, however you decide to put the guide to use.

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Royal Ascot Day 1: The King’s Stand Dosage & Trends Analysis

Can Animal Kingdom get favourite backers off to a flyer?

Royal Ascot 2013! The waiting is finally over.

Day 1 begins with a bang and a three pronged assault. It starts with Animal Kingdom trying to cement his place as the best horse in the world in the Queen Anne Stakes. The speed-balls are next out of the traps in the King’s Stand Stakes as they try and blitz down the 5f track. Then Dawn Approach starts on the road to recovery as he attempts to put his Derby misery behind him with a shot at the St James’s Palace Stakes. Nothing like starting slowly is there?!?

Before we go on lets have a little straw poll of BDH readers…

Royal Ascot can be a real ball-ache over the 5 days and if you aren’t careful it can leave your punting bank high and dry. My advice is set out a plan early on and stick to it. You don’t want to be throwing bets out willy nilly so plan your assault and stick to the path you have chosen.

To try and help you along the way I will be covering one race each day here on the Blog, starting with the speedster’s in the King’s Stand Stakes.

I’ve produced my usual pace-map in the guide and it looks like there should be an even-ish spread of pace across the track, although if push comes to shove I would probably plump for the middle as being the zone where most of the pace is happening.

It is all in today’s guide, which you can download, for free, from the link below…

>>>King’s Stand Stakes Analysis Guide

As always you don’t have to side with me here, there is plenty of analysis in the guide that you can utilize into your own thoughts and workings.

Happy Royal Ascot punting, however you decide to put the guide to use.

Ben (BDH)