Coral Enhanced Odds 33/1 Offer: Back Order Of St George at 33/1 to win the Ascot Gold Cup at Royal Ascot on Thursday 21st June 2018
Royal Ascot is underway and Coral have a great enhanced odds betting offer for one of the biggest races of them all:
As you will see if you read our Ascot Gold Cup race preview and betting tips, the Aidan O’Brien-trained Order Of St George is the favourite to win this one, priced at odds of around 15/8 at the time of writing. We think he’ll do the business after winning the 2016 renewal and finishing a narrow second last year. If you agree, take full advantage of this fine racing betting offer.
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Ascot Gold Cup 2018 – Runners and Riders?
As with most of the top races at Royal Ascot, the favourite will not have things all their own way once the action starts. Here we run down the runners, riders and projected betting odds ahead of the Ascot Gold Cup, which runs at 4.20 on Thursday 21st June 2018:
- Order Of St George – Jockey: Ryan Moore, Trainer: Aidan O’Brien, Odds: 15/8
- Stradivarius – Jockey: Frankie Dettori, Trainer: John Gosden, Odds: 2/1
- Vazirabad – Jockey: Christophe Soumillon, Trainer: A De Royer-Dupre, Odds: 9/2
- Torcedor – Jockey: Colm O’Donoghue, Trainer: Mrs J Harrington, Odds: 15/2
- Desert Skyline – Jockey: Silvestre De Sousa, Trainer: David Elsworth, Odds: 12/1
- Shekhzayedroad – Jockey: Martin Harley, Trainer: David Simcock, Odds: 20/1
- Max Dynamite – Jockey: William Buick, Trainer: Willie Mullins, Odds: 25/1
- Mount Moriah – Jockey: Harry Bentley, Trainer: Ralph Beckett, Odds: 40/1
- Scotland – Jockey: Jim Crowley, Trainer: Andrew Balding, Odds: 66/1
Of the other runners it is hard to disregard Stradivarius with Frankie in the saddle. The John Gosden-trained four year old won the Queen’s Vase last year and was only narrowly beaten by Order Of St George on this course in October in the Long Distance Cup. If anything goes wrong for the favourite, this one will be waiting in the wings.
Vazirabad also has an outside chance after winning the Dubai Gold Cup earlier in the season, but we think the six year old will fall short here.
Overall we find it hard to bet against Order Of St George who has been there and done it before and looks very good to run to success in the Gold Cup this time around.