Royal Ascot Offer as Aussies Contest Diamond Jubilee Stakes
June 19, 2015
So far Australian horses haven’t delivered at Royal Ascot in 2015. Shamal Wind was nowhere near the finish in the King Stand’s Stakes and Criterion couldn’t challenge in the Prince Of Wales. But it could all change on final day of the carnival. Brazen Beau’s our best chance in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes but will Wandjina run a big race? Back either of them to win with William Hill and you could get your money back if they don’t.
William Hill’s Offer on Diamond Jubilee Stakes
The Diamond Jubilee Stakes is the final race in William Hill’s Royal Ascot Group One Racing Refund promotion. Select a horse to win the event and if it finishes second or third you’ll get your cash back, up to $100. The offer is valid for all William Will customers and applies to your first win bet on the final field. Whether you back an Australian runner or you fancy another sprinter, make sure you wager with William Hill.
Brazen Beau’s Big Chance
Back in 2012 a horse by the name of Black Caviar won this race as Australians went mad at Ascot and at home. Now the hopes of a nation rest on Wandjina and Brazen Beau. The latter is fighting for favouritism for the race at around $3.50. The Colt has an excellent 1200 metre record up the straight and he’s been strong through the line in both his Group One wins. Brazen Beau’s big victory in the Newmarket against the likes of Lankan Rupee, Terravista and Chautauqua is proof he’s a sprinter of the highest order. It was Hong Kong jockey Joao Moreira’s second Group One triumph on the horse but the magic man won’t be in the saddle on Saturday; leaving classy Australian Jockey Craig Williams to pilot the 3 year old. Wandjina will likely jump in double figure odds and as Ascot has already proven this year, outsiders are capable of an upset. Perhaps don’t discount the Gai Waterhouse trained runner.
So will we see another amazing Australian victory in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes? Remember if your money’s with William Hill you’ll get it back if your horse places in the final Group One.