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Royal Ascot Day 5 Tips 2021

FREE professional horse racing tips for  Royal Ascot Day 5 2021.

Get Professional Tipster Keith Bond's FREE Royal Ascot Tips For All 36 Races.

Get Professional Tipster Keith Bond's FREE Royal Ascot Tips For All 36 Races.

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When is Day 5 of Royal Ascot 2021?

Day 5 of Royal Ascot gets underway on Saturday 19th June 2021.  We have three group one races to look forward to on the last day of Royal Ascot!

But first we kick off with Silver Wokingham Handicap at the earlier start time of 12.40pm.  The first of the group 1 races for today is the Coronation Stakes which is at 1.50pm.

The St James' Palace Stakes is the second group one, and this gets underway at 3.00pm, followed closely by the Diamond Jubilee Stakes another group 1.

To finish off the day, in fact the week's racing we have the Queen Alexandra Stakes, which is open to horses 4 years and older, and is run over 2m 6f a true test of stamina to round off another Royal Ascot.

 

Our Royal Ascot Day 5 Tips

You’ll find in-depth analysis, antepost bets plus trends and statistics for the last 12 years for every single race here:

TimeRace NameAgeClassDistanceGet Tips
12.40pmSilver Wokingham Handicap3+Handicap6fSilver Wokingham Handicap tips
1.15pmQueen Mary Stakes2Listed7fQueen Mary Stakes Tips
1.50pmCoronation Stakes2Group 37fCoronation Stakes Tips
2.25pmCoventry Stakes4+Group 21m 3fCoventry Stakes Tips
3.00pmSt James's Palace Stakes3Group 11mSt James's Palace Stakes tips
3.35pmDiamond Jubilee Stakes4+Group 16fDiamond Jubilee Stakes Tips
4.10pmWokingham Stakes3+Handicap6fWokingham Stakes Tips
4.40pmQueen Alexandra Stakes4+Conditions2m 6fQueen Alexandra Stakes Tips

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Royal Ascot Day 5 Races

There are 8 races on this 5th and final day of Royal Ascot 2020 which is scheduled for Saturday 20th June.

A fabulous day of racing in prospect including 3 Group 1’s, one of the most competitive all aged 6-furlong handicaps and one of the longest races in the flat racing calendar.

Silver Wokingham Stakes

Age: 3yo+ Distance: Six furlongs

This is basically a consolation race for those horses balloted out of the Wokingham Handicap later in the day and it is sure to help punters and jockeys decide where the faster going is and which stalls are favoured when it comes to that later race.

Queen Mary Stakes

Age: 2yo fillies Distance: Five furlongs

A good recent run is vital for this race in recent years, with 9 of the last 12 winning last time and the other three making the frame., this year however the opportunities to get that run are likely to be few and far between.

Last year my tip was ICKWORTH who refused to race, thankfully many bookmakers refunded stakes.

In 2019 I went for SERVALAN who finished 6th in a blanket finish just over a length behind the winner

Coronation Stakes

Age: 3yo fillies Distance: One mile

On the statistics front, Seven of the last twelve winners were bred in Ireland, two in Great Britain, two in France and one in the USA. Mini angle: The two French winners came from just six runners and returned a SP profit of £19 to level £1 stakes a ROI of 317%.
Eleven of the last twelve had at least one win in a Group race, six of them had won a Group 1.

Last year I went for JUBILOSO who was third FRT members grabbed the early 7/1 each way and the sp was 9/2..
In 2018 my selection COEUR DE BEAUTE was 6th of 12.

The Coventry Stakes

Age: 2yo Distance: Six furlongs 

Fancied horses do well in this race with 10 of the twelve winners coming from the first three in the betting and ALL of the last twelve winners had won last time out. Important stats and last year the first three home all fitted them.

Last year my tip MONARCH OF EGYPT was well beaten in 9th. In 2018 I tipped COSMIC LAW who finished 7th of 23. 

St James’s Palace Stakes

Age: 3yo colts Distance: 1 Mile

8 favourites have won this race in the last 12 years and 11 winners had at least 1 win in the current season.

Last year my selection TOO DARN HOT was a length back in third behind CIRCUS MAXIMUS who had dropped back to this mile after being outstayed in the Derby. TOO DARN HOT bounced back from this defeat with Group 1 wins at Deauville and Goodwood beating CIRCUS MAXIMUS in that last race before retiring to stud.

My 2018 pick US NAVY FLAG was 9th of 10, he dropped back to 6f next time and won the July Cup at Newmarket.

Diamond Jubilee Stakes

Age: 4yo+ Distance: Six furlongs

On the statistics front, these are limited as conditions altered in 2015.

Four of the five winners were drawn between stall 3 and stall 9
The five winners were rated between 114 and 120

Last year I went for SANDS OF MALI who lost a shoe and trailed in at the rear of the field, the winner BLUE POINT notched up his second win of the week.
In 2018 my selection was MERCHANT NAVY who duly obliged for us at 4/1.

Wokingham Stakes

Age: 3yo+ Distance: Six furlongs

A strange key stat for you here, most races are dominated by bay coloured horses but 6 chestnuts have won this in the last 12 years those wins come from just 62 runners and show a level stakes profit of £44.5 at SP to level £1 stakes a ROI of 71.77%.
This is a particularly bad race for colts with no winners and only five making the frame from 40 runners over the twelve years.

My 2019 selection was FOXTROT LADY who raced on the far side finishing third in that group but 16th overall.
2018 was just as bad GROWL hung right and failed to quicken finishing down the field

Queen Alexandra Stakes

Age: 3yo+ Distance: Two miles six furlongs Weight: 9st 2lb

Five of the last twelve winners were bred in Ireland, four in Germany, two in Great Britain and one in France. Mini angle: the German-bred winners came from just 13 runners and produced a level stakes SP profit of £21 to level £1 stakes a ROI of 161.54%.
Eight of the last twelve winners returned an SP of 6/1 or less and no winner in the last twelve years has been over 12/1

In 2019 I went for CLEONTE who ended our Royal Ascot on a winning note backed in on the day from 9/2 > 7/2.
But in 2018 we were let down by the favourite THOMAS HOBSON who went on to win the Doncaster Cup that September and turned up in the Gold Cup last year, he was last seen in July winning a Grade 3 hurdle at Tipperary so could well be a future Cheltenham raider.

Who is FRT’s Royal Ascot Tipster?

Keith Bond is our resident pro tipster here at FRT Towers. Keith lives and breathes horse racing, having begun his love of horse racing over 40 years ago with a part time job at Catterick Racecourse, as one of three fourteen year-olds looking after two jumps and a hurdle.

Over the years, Keith has been a regular at the northern tracks attending countless race meetings and building up a network of contacts, and a portfolio of systems and strategies. 

He was one of the co-founders of Free Racing Tips all the way back in 2008, and his free tips are now backed by more than seventy thousand FRT members every single day.

“Thanks Keith – It’s great to be part of an amazing group of people all after the same thing, passing on tips to beat the bookies”

Colin Parkinson, Harrow.

The FRT community love Keith’s attention to detail, knowledge of past races, and ability to pick horses…

“You offer some great tips, some fantastic outsiders tipped up as well. Most tipsters just put up favourites. Well done and keep up the good work”

John Woolley, Stockport

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