Some of the stars of Royal Ascot 2015 will return to the course for the final meeting of the flat season, Champions Day. Gleneagles, Solow and Muhaarar all produced stunning performances for Royal Ascot hospitality guests inside our fantastic Sandringham Restaurant.
Solow tasted victory in the opening race of Royal Ascot 2015, the Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes. The French superstar has been in unbelievable form over the past 18 months and his victory at Royal Ascot proved he is one of the best horses in training.
Later on in the day the Aidan O’Brien-trained Gleneagles produced his devastating turn of foot when blowing the field away in the Group 1 St James’s Palace Stakes, thrilling Royal Ascot hospitality guests. This cemented his place as one of the best three-year-olds of his generation after his wins in the British and Irish 2,000 Guineas.
The two now head for a clash in the QIPCO Queen Elizabeth II Stakes one of the most prestigious races of the season. There had been uncertainty about the participation of Aidan O’Brien’s colt due to the soft ground, but with no rain forecast he will take his chance with Ryan Moore in the saddle. If both run up to their best form it could be one of the greatest races of the modern-era.
Muhaarar continued his meteoric rise through the sprinting ranks with a victory in Royal Ascot’s newest Group 1 contest the Commonwealth Cup. Charlie Hills colt has been in fine form ever since winning two further Group 1’s at Newmarket and Deauville. The three-year-old now heads the market for the QIPCO British Champions Sprint Stakes, which will no doubt be run at a ferocious speed.
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