Royal Ascot Day 4 Tips: Commonwealth Cup

Runners make their way past packed stands at Royal AscotRunners make their way past packed stands at Royal Ascot

Looking for the best Royal Ascot day 4 tips going around? Well, look no further, because Racing Tips are offering you exactly that. Indeed, with our best free bets and picks on hand, you’ll be able to get ahead of the online betting game for all the races of the day, whether that’s the prestigious Commonwealth Cup or the entertaining Queen’s Vase. Scroll on down and take a peruse of our top tips on the day 4 drama…

Friday – Royal Ascot Day 4 Tips

TimeRaceOur TipPlace Bet
1:15pmPalace of Holyroodhouse HandicapTBCPlace Bet
1:50pmAlbany StakesTBCPlace Bet
2:25pmNorfolk StakesTBCPlace Bet
3pmHardwicke StakesTBCPlace Bet
3:35pmCommonwealth CupTBCPlace Bet
4pmQueen’s VaseTBCPlace Bet
4:40pmDuke of Edinburgh HandicapTBCPlace Bet

To match our top tips, we’ve also outlined the results for all of the day 4 races to make sure you stay in the loop with all the winning jockeys and horses as they lap up their praise and applause. Take a read of our Ascot FAQ page and clue up on all the knowledge ahead of the action.

Palace of Holyroodhouse HandicapTBCTBC
Albany Stakes TBCTBC
Norfolk Stakes TBCTBC
Hardwicke Stakes TBCTBC
Commonwealth Cup TBCTBC
Queen’s Vase TBCTBC
Duke of Edinburgh Handicap TBCTBC

Friday 19th June 2020

The day 4 action kicks off with the Palace of Holyroodhouse Handicap – a new edition to this year’s revised running order. Run over five furlongs, this particular racing bonanza features some of the most talented three-year-old’s from across the globe and will be an intriguing affair for the Ascot tips regulars to lap up.

Not far behind are a trio of Stakes – Albany, Norfolk, and Hardwicke – that’ll put our Royal Ascot day 4 tips and tipsters to the test. The first of the trio, the Albany Stakes, holds particular Ascot historical context, given that it was initially known as the ‘Henry Carnavon Stakes’ in memory of Henry Herbert, Queen Elizabeth II’s racing manager. However, promoted to its current title in 2003, the race now holds entirely different precedence.

The Norfolk Stakes and the Hardwicke Stakes provide just as much thrill and entertainment. Yet, there is one highly anticipated group one encounter that blows the rest of the day’s action out of the water: the Commonwealth Cup. First introduced in 2015 for three-year-old sprinters, this is the only race in the five-day bonanza that allows geldings – male horses which have been castrated – to race, which you can view with our Ascot live streaming services.

Taking place over six furlongs, there are plenty of exciting prospects challenging for Ascot glory in this year’s edition of the race. Leading the betting charge is Frank Dettori’s ADVERTISE. Indeed, considering that he’s already clinched three wins in the past over the same distance, it’s no surprise that the tipsters are marking him out as the victor, ahead of the likes of JASH and HELLO YOUMZAIN – tricky customers, and yet our money is still on ADVERTISE.

Bringing up the rear in the Royal Ascot day 4 tips and action are two enticing group two races: the Queen’s Vase and the Duke of Edinburgh Handicap. Although both may not be as high-caliber as the group one affair, the Queen’s Vase is always a popular Ascot race to dive into, and the Duke of Edinburgh a perfect finale for the day 4 action, with plenty of Ascot free bet action going around in preparation for the finale of the five days.

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