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When is the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot 2021?

Royal Ascot Saturday 19th June 4.20pm
The Diamond Jubilee Stakes (Group 1)
Age: 4yo+
Distance: Six furlongs
Weights – 9st 4lbs (3lbs allowance for fillies and mares)
Prize: £600,000

History of the Diamond Jubilee Stakes race at Royal Ascot
First run in 1868. Originally called the All-Aged Stakes. It was renamed the Cork and Orrery Stakes in 1926, in honour of the 9th Earl of Cork. In 2012 the race was given its current name, the Diamond Jubilee Stakes, to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

The leading jockey with ten wins between 1958 and 1993 was Lester Piggott.

The leading trainer with five wins between 1970 and 1993 was Vincent O'Brien. All five were ridden by Lester Piggott.

Royal Ascot Diamond Jubilee Stakes Trends and Statistics
Due to conditions changing in 2015 here are the Diamond Jubilee Stakes 5 year Trends and Statistics:

  • Age – Three of the five winners have been aged five and two aged four.
  • Sex – Two colts, two geldings and one horse have won in the last five years.
  • Country – Two of the five winners were bred in Great Britain and one each from, Ireland, Australia and the USA.
  • Colour – Four of the five winners have been bay (b) and the other one chestnut (ch).
  • Starting Price (SP) – Four of the five winners returned a SP of 9/2 or less.
  • Starting Price Rank – Just one of the five winners started as favourite but four of the five were in the first three in the betting.
  • Headgear – Four of the five winners wore no headgear, the other winner wore blinkers and a tongue-tie.
  • Draw – Four of the five winners were drawn between stall 3 and stall 9.
  • Last Run Form – Two of the five winners won last time out. 
  • Day’s Since Last Run – Four of the last five winners ran between 28 and 50 days ago.
  • Distance Form – Four of the five winners had run over six furlongs at least five times and they had won at the trip at least four times.
  • Flat Form – All of the five winners have run at least seven times and four of them have won at least five times.
  • Official Rating – The five winners were rated between 114 and 120.
  • Group Wins – Four of the five winners had won at least one Group 1 race..
  • Current Season Form – All of the five winners had run at least once in the current season but only two had recorded a win during the season.
Recent Winners of Diamond Jubilee Stakes
DateGoingRunnersWinnerAgeJockey (Clm)TrainerOddsDays
Soft1273/133d
Good1044/1245d
Good To Firm1756/44d
Good To Firm1244/128d
Good To Firm1959/238d
Good To Soft947/238d
Good To Firm15514/1343d
Good To Firm1457/228d
Good To Firm18411/138d
Good1461/6
Soft16425/142d
Good To Firm24413/238d
Good To Firm14320/166d
Good To Firm17333/14d
Good To Soft2169/116d
Good To Firm18633/14d
Firm1576/14d
Firm14512/139d
Firm17413/24d
Good To Firm12416/19d
Good To Firm21610/119d
Good To Firm16620/124d
Good To Firm19416/135d
Soft1244/119d
Good23411/235d

 

 

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What's Our Diamond Jubilee Stakes Tips for Royal Ascot?

We've been studying the cards, form, stats, trends and more for the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot, and here's our thoughts ahead of the race:

The Diamond Jubilee Stakes rounds off the Group 1 action of Royal Ascot and is run over 6 furlongs for 4-year-olds and above.
Dream of Dreams heads the market at a best priced of 11/2 and hasn’t been seen since October when finishing 8th at Ascot in the Sprint Stakes on soft ground. He was beaten by a head in this race last year by Hello Youmzain and also by Blue Point the year before, so maybe they could make it third time lucky. However, he is now a 7-year-old and to win here he will have to buck an established trend that has seen 3-to-5-year-olds win all of the last twelve runnings of this renewal.

Of the others, near the top of the betting currently, it appears more likely that Glass Slippers will go for the Kings Stand stakes on Day 1 instead, as mentioned previously, and is better over five furlongs than six. Extravagant Kid is an interesting raider from North America but is also entered in the Kings Stand so it’s unsure where they will go with this one at this moment. He also has eight years behind him, so, as above for Dream of Dreams, he might not fit the necessary age profile to win this race. Glen Shiel is also in there after winning the Sprint Stakes back in October on soft/heavy ground for Hollie Doyle, and despite being another 7-year-old, she could go well if the ground suits.

That leaves us with two 4-year-olds near the front of the market and Art Power is currently 9/1 best price for this race. He won the Prince of Holyrood Handicap at Ascot in impressive style last year and went on to win a Grade 3 at Naas after that. Since then he has been held on three occasions in Group 1 company, finishing fourth twice over 6 furlongs at Haydock and Ascot. Art Power has mainly raced on softer ground as well and was well beaten on his only start on good ground, finishing sixth of eight at York. At the prices , the best value appears to rest instead with Starman at 10/1 – a 4-year-old with bags of potential on decentr ground. He finished 14th of 16 last time out at Ascot in the race won by Glen Shiel, but the bottomless ground on that occasion really didn’t suit. Prior to that. Two successes over six furlongs at York and Doncaster on good ground hints at his potential, with the York run in particular putting him firmly in the mix for this race.

Art Power and Starman face each other this week in the Clipper Logistics Stakes at York, so that will be a big indicator as to how they have progressed over the winter. Right now, all indications point to Starman holding the better prospects at a best price of 10/1 each way.

Our Antepost Bet:

  • Starman 1pt each way

On the day:

 GLEN SHIEL 4.20 – Ascot (6/1) – Another progressive type who won five times last year, including in Champions Sprint over this course and distance. And has won 8 of his races at between 6f and 1m1f, so has plenty of credentials for today.

SCEPTICAL who impressed at Naas is a hot favourite and I am confident he will win that I put him up as the final leg of my Royal Ascot Lucky 15.

The ones to follow him home are likely to be HELLO YOUMZAIN and ONE MASTER

Keith's final choice

15:35 SCEPTICAL 7/2 – [Entered the picture for the Kings Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot with a comprehensive drubbing of a decent field at Naas where he galloped clear before crossing the line eased down. ] Sidestepped the Kings Stand and the mighty Battaash to run in this. Has won her last four races and can continue to progress in the same manner. The tough mare ONE MASTER has to be respected especially if there is more rain.

How it fared

SCEPTICAL 3rd – Tracked the leader in the centre and took things up inside the final furlong. Had no extra when headed, went down by a head and a neck.

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This is what Keith said about the 2019 Diamond Jubilee Stakes:

Leading Contenders
INVINCIBLE ARMY 5/1 – Running better than ever this season winning both starts including a Group 2 at York last time.
BLUE POINT 5/1 – Won the King’s Stand at last year’s Royal Ascot and is more likely to be routed to that race again. Has hit the ground running this season with three Group wins in Meydan.
THE TIN MAN 12/1 – Won the Sprint Cup at Haydock last year on heavy going. Would need significant rain to get competitive in this.
CITY LIGHT 14/1 – French raider. Hasn’t quite made his mark at this level.

Keith’s ante-post selection was INVINCIBLE ARMY 5/1, who is running out of his skin this season and looks ready to step up to the top level.

On the day Keith went again for value, selecting SANDS OF MALI at 16/1 for an each way bet.

Who is our Antepost Tipster for Royal Ascot?

Our Royal Ascot Antepost tips is brought to you by one of our panel of professional tipsters.  Meet Aaron Gibbons who runs the AG Tips service on Tipsterr.

Aaron is a professional horse racing tipster specialising mainly in UK and Irish horse racing. I use my own methods to price up horse races independently and compare those prices against the market to identify the best each way value. I launched my AG Tips service on Tipstrr back in June 2019, since when I have provided over 1400 selections that have produced an overall long-term profit of 335 units, equating to a 23.5% ROI.

What our members tipped in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes

Each day we ask our members to select their Pick 6, their NAP for each race of the day.  We then collate all the picks, and present the top selections to our VIP members.  Here's how it went for the Queen Mary Stakes:

Over 30% of you weren’t sceptical about selecting Frankie Dettori’s ride Sceptical here One Master is the only other of note with 16.6% of your selections.

All eyes on Blue Point in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes and a massive 42% of the votes.  Invincible Army and City Light the only nearest contenders with 11.4% each.

Royal Ascot Diamond Jubilee Stakes Results 2019

1 Dream Of Dreams 3/1F
2 Glen Shiel 7/1
3 Art Power 7/2
12 ran

1 Hello Youmzain 4/1
2 Dream Of Dreams 8/1
3 Sceptical 2/1F
10 ran

1 Blue Point 6/4F
2 Dream Of Dreams 12/1
3 Kachy 33/1
4. Speak In Colours 50/1
17 ran NR: Donjuan Triumphant Distances: hd, 2½l, ¾l

Our Verdict:

Our members triumphed again, with the favourite Blue Point doing the business and just beating Dream of Dreams by a head. Keith’s selection, finished second, to last…

Diamond Jubilee Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series)
Distance: 6f (1320 yards) Prize (winner): £396970 Dir: Straight
Runners: 12    Going: Soft    Class: Class 1 Group 1    Age Restrictions: 4yo+
Winners Time: 1 mins 14.87s   Avg OR: 112     Median OR: 109.5     Stalls: Centre

NoPlaceDist BtStallHorseAgeORTrainerJockey (Claim)OddsBFBFP
21st3Dream Of Dreams (IRE)7120Stoute, Sir MichaelMoore, Ryan3/1 (Fav)5.111.97
raced far side, quickly away, soon steadied into 5th, headway chasing group leader over 1f out, ridden to challenge inside final furlong, ran on strongly to lead final 110 yards, won going away BF IP MIN 1.01 BF IP MAX 5.1
52nd16Glen Shiel7117Watson, ArchieDoyle, Hollie7/19.402.43
went to post early, led far side group, stayed on into overall 2nd towards finish, no chance with winner BF IP MIN 6.2 BF IP MAX 1000
13rd0.758Art Power (IRE)4114Easterby, T DSousa, Silvestre De7/24.962.03
overall leader near side group, ridden over 1f out, headed final 110 yards, lost 2nd towards finish BF IP MIN 1.68 BF IP MAX 1000
64th0.757Happy Power (IRE)5113Balding, A MMurphy, Oisin20/125.365.92
chased far side leaders, went 2nd in group briefly 2f out, ridden over 1f out, 4th and one pace inside final furlong BF IP MIN 20 BF IP MAX 1000
45thNK1Garrus (IRE)5108Hills, CharlesDoyle, James66/1107.8420.00
raced far side, held up last in group, headway between horses 2f out, ridden and stayed on same pace inside final furlong BF IP MIN 50 BF IP MAX 1000
146th14Sonaiyla (IRE)5108Twomey, PLee, W J9/111.503.35
chased leaders far side, went 2nd in group over 2f out until over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong BF IP MIN 8 BF IP MAX 900
77th0.511Nahaarr (IRE)5115Haggas, W JMarquand, Tom7/25.071.97
held up in 4th near side, headway under pressure into 2nd in group over 1f out, never any chance with principals BF IP MIN 3.9 BF IP MAX 1000
128thNK12Ventura Rebel4108Fahey, R AHanagan, Paul22/123.556.40
held up in 5th near side, headway over 1f out, plugged on inside final furlong, never any chance BF IP MIN 21 BF IP MAX 1000
99th2.2514Royal Commando (IRE)4109Hills, CharlesShoemark, Kieran28/136.2411.00
chased leaders near side, weakened over 1f out BF IP MIN 25 BF IP MAX 1000
1110th3.7510Summerghand (IRE)7110OMeara, DTudhope, Daniel28/141.919.20
held up in last pair near side, never a factor BF IP MIN 36 BF IP MAX 1000
1311th39Final Song (IRE)4107Suroor, Saeed BinDettori, L28/126.598.36
chased overall leader near side who went clear in group over 2f out, ridden and lost 2nd over 1f out, weakened final furlong, eased BF IP MIN 10 BF IP MAX 1000
812th4.255Namos (GER)5109Moser, DBuick, William40/155.0011.50
tracked leader far side, pushed along halfway, soon lost 2nd, weakened and behind over 2f out, tailed off and eased BF IP MIN 36 BF IP MAX 1000

Diamond Jubilee Stakes (Group 1)
Distance: 6f (1320 yards) Prize (winner): £148000 Dir: Straight
Runners: 10    Going: Good    Class: Class 1 Group 1    Age Restrictions: 4yo+
Winners Time: 1 mins 13.42s   Avg OR: 114     Median OR: 114.5     Stalls: Centre

NoPlaceDist BtStallHorseAgeORTrainerJockey (Claim)OddsBFBFP
21st2Hello Youmzain (FR)4118Ryan, K AStott, Kevin4/15.872.11
led main group in centre and prominent overall, switched to near side over 3f out, led 2f out, ridden over 1f out, narrowly headed inside final furlong, rallied gamely to lead again close home BF IP MIN 1.01 BF IP MAX 19
12ndHD9Dream Of Dreams (IRE)6117Stoute, Sir MichaelMoore, Ryan8/112.003.56
held up, headway chasing leaders over 1f out, ran on inside final furlong, went never nearer 2nd last strides, not reach winner BF IP MIN 3.25 BF IP MAX 1000
53rdNK6Sceptical4116Hogan, Denis GerardDettori, L2/1 (Fav)4.202.06
tracked winner in centre, switched left to near side over 3f out, chased leaders, ridden to challenge over 1f out, led narrowly inside final furlong, headed and no extra close home BF IP MIN 1.15 BF IP MAX 1000
34th1.2510Khaadem (IRE)4114Hills, CharlesCrowley, Jim13/28.512.88
raced keenly tracking leader on near side rail, ridden to challenge over 1f out, every chance inside final furlong, weakened last 100 yards BF IP MIN 1.51 BF IP MAX 1000
75th1.254Speak In Colours5110OBrien, Joseph PatrickBuick, William12/115.953.85
held up, headway chasing leaders over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong BF IP MIN 12 BF IP MAX 1000
106th0.53One Master6115Haggas, W JDoyle, James6/17.602.27
held up, some headway from over 1f out, never on terms BF IP MIN 4 BF IP MAX 1000
87th18The Tin Man8117Fanshawe, J RMurphy, Oisin18/122.005.36
held up in rear, never involved BF IP MIN 20 BF IP MAX 1000
48th2.51Sands Of Mali (FR)5112Fahey, R ACurtis, B A20/123.005.20
switched right to race alone towards far side, well up with the pace and on terms 2f out, weakened and behind over 1f out BF IP MIN 6.8 BF IP MAX 1000
99th1.257Breathtaking Look5109Williams, S CAtzeni, Andrea16/118.695.18
led overall on near side rail, pushed along and headed 2f out, weakened quickly BF IP MIN 10 BF IP MAX 1000
610th65Shine So Bright4114Balding, A MSousa, Silvestre De16/125.516.20
wore hood to post, chased leaders, pushed along halfway, weakened over 2f out BF IP MIN 18 BF IP MAX 1000

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