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  • Royal Ascot Place 6 preview | 18th June

    14.30 Queen Anne Stakes  BIG ROCK had excuses when only sixth in the Lockinge Stakes and is better judged on his six-length win in the QEII over C&D in October. He is rated clear of these, and the drying ground will be of no concern, so he’s a definite for the shortlist.

  • Chepstow Place 6 preview | 17th June

    14.18 BJLlewellyn Racing In Memory Of Gwilym Llewellyn Amateur Jockeys’ Handicap BEAUTIFUL CROWN won comfortably on his stable debut a week ago at Lingfield and should be hard to beat if he can handle the quick turnaround.

  • York Place 6 preview | 14th June

    13.50 Andy Thornton Hospitality Furniture Apprentice Handicap This is wide-open, but HECTIC has made the frame several times off higher marks and has improved with every start this year. A repeat of his penultimate fourth over C&D should see him in the mix.

  • Bakayoko will be key to Belgium’s Euro campaign

    For the first time in a decade, Belgium are going into a major international tournament without the pressure of being among the favourites. Football is cyclical, and the Red Devils have reached the end of theirs.

  • Is England’s depleted defence strong enough to win Euro 2024?

    It could be strongly argued that three of the best four players at Euro 2024 will be English. Indeed, Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden and Harry Kane are all proven at the elite level for club and country and could use this summer’s tournament in Germany to stake their claim as a potential Ballon d’Or winner.

  • Scotland relishing opportunity to crash Germany’s party in Euro 2024 opener

    26 years have passed since Scotland last opened a major tournament. That was at the 1998 World Cup when Craig Brown’s team faced defending world champions Brazil. While Scotland held their own for much of the match, they ultimately suffered a 2-1 defeat and exited the tournament at the group stage.

  • Windsor Win 6 Preview | 10th June

    17.40 Heat Your Home With Alpha Apprentice Handicap SAFARI DREAM performed poorly at Goodwood when last spotted, but that was a much tougher race, and this C&D winner must enter calculations at this calmer level.

  • A new era at Chelsea: on-field success or off-field profit?

    Chelsea could have used a tranquil summer for once. Instead, they hired their fourth manager in two seasons by confirming the appointment of Enzo Maresca on Monday and look set for yet another frantic transfer window with several homegrown players, including Conor Gallagher and Trevoh Chalobah, believed to be up for sale.

  • Mbappe will make Real Madrid better.

    Weekends don’t come much better than the one just enjoyed by Real Madrid. Not content with winning their 15th Champions League title on Saturday, news broke on Sunday that Los Blancos had finally concluded the signing of Kylian Mbappe.

  • Kroos has been one of the greatest players of his era

    Toni Kroos is the forgotten member of the greats in this generation of midfielders. The German, 34, played his final game for Real Madrid on Saturday, his final game of club football in fact. It just so happened to be the Champions League final, and Madrid’s win, their 15th in all, gave Kroos a sixth career crown.


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