Three upcoming races not to be missed

The flat season is now in full swing as Royal Ascot drew to a close most recently and as expected was a memorable occasion. There were a number of impressive performances and these horses will now be expected to take all the beating moving forward. Royal Ascot again proved a popular one for punters with many using the latest Sun Bingo promo codes, in order to help boost their stakes across the week. Here we cover the most anticipated upcoming races you do not want to miss.

Coral Eclipse – Saturday 6th July

This race looks set to host the return of racing’s star attraction, Enable. She is likely to start a very strong favourite on this reappearance as she looks to extend her unbeaten run that dates back to 2017. This will be a stepping stone as she looks to land her third Arc in succession later this season. Her opposition could include the likes of Magical and the recent St James’s Palace Stakes winner Circus Maximus.

July Cup – Saturday 13th July

With the retirement of star sprinter Blue Point, this race now looks wide open. However, it is set to host three horses who ran huge races at the recent Royal meeting. Firstly, Advertise who is also likely to be heading the betting. He is coming off the back of landing the Commonwealth Cup impressively and also has form at Newmarket, having landed the July Stakes last season. Dream of Dreams is another horse likely heading for the race and is coming off the back of a head defeat by Blue Point in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes. He was closing very strongly at the finish and looks to be improving rapidly at present. The final horse worth a mention is Cape Byron. He is coming off the back of landing a big gamble in the Wokingham Stakes and will be hopeful of going close in this step up to group company. 

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes – Saturday 27th July

This could be the race of the season if all the leading protagonists take their chances. Enable heads the ante post markets and also landed the race back in 2017. Crystal Ocean is another horse likely heading for the race and is coming off the back of a recent first Group One success in the Prince of Wales Stakes. Sea of Class was also in that race but failed to act on the ground and will be a strong contender on the expected quicker ground conditions. Japan was possibly the most impressive winner at Royal Ascot and if stepping up, must be a strong contender for the race.

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