Royal Ascot Day 5 Tips: St James’s Palace Stakes and Diamond Jubilee Stakes

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Racing Tips have everything you need to guide you through all the action at what promises to be a thrilling Royal Ascot 2020. From the very first race of the meeting to the closing Queen Alexandra Stakes on the final day, we’ve got industry-leading experts to provide you with top horse racing tips on all 36 races of the meeting. So buckle up for our Royal Ascot day 5 tips and betting predictions…

Saturday – Royal Ascot Day 5 Tips

TimeRaceOur TipPlace Bet
12:40pm Silver WokinghamTBCPlace Bet
1:15pmQueen Mary StakesTBCPlace Bet
1:50pmCoronation StakesTBCPlace Bet
2:25pmCoventry StakesTBCPlace Bet
3:00pmSt James’ Palace StakesTBCPlace Bet
3:35pmDiamond Jubilee StakesTBCPlace Bet
4:10pmWokingham HandicapTBCPlace Bet
4:40pmQueen Alexandra StakesTBCPlace Bet

We’ve also outlined all the Ascot results for all of the day 1 races, from the very first Buckingham Palace Handicap all the way through to the very last Ascot Stakes. Take a peruse below…

Silver WokinghamTBCTBC
Queen Mary Stakes TBCTBC
Coronation Stakes TBCTBC
Coventry Stakes TBCTBC
St James’ Palace Stakes TBCTBC
Diamond Jubilee Stakes TBC
Wokingham Handicap  TBC  TBC
Queen Alexandra StakesTBC

Saturday 20th June 2020

So people’s Saturday may not have the usual 70,000 spectators as a result of the meeting be held behind closed doors but while there may be no pomp and pageantry off the track, the action on the track will be as spectacular as ever. This may be a Royal Ascot unlike any other but we can still expect glittering displays ability from superstar racehorses, plenty of winners, and lots of free betting action to make Royal Ascot 2020 a winning one for punters.

We’ve had our team of experts studying the form and poring over the videos to provide you with the armed with best Royal Ascot day 5 tips in the business, and offering our advice on every big race of the day. Day 5 begins one with one of the new races at this year’s meeting, the Silver Wokingham before the two-year-olds scorch their way down the famous Royal Ascot turf in the Queen Mary Stakes.

From there we head to the first of the Group One Ascot races the Coronation Stakes, which is contested by three-year-old fillies. This race epitomizes the history surrounding Royal Ascot, with the first running held in 1840 to commemorate the coronation of Queen Victoria. In recent years, the race has proved difficult to win for trainers in Britain, with the last three renewals won by trainers based in France or Ireland.

The Coronation Stakes heralds a dream couple of hours on this Royal Ascot Saturday afternoon, with the Coventry Stakes, the St James’s Palace Stakes, and the Diamond Jubilee Stakes coming one after the other in a feast of racing that fans of the sport have not seen at Royal Ascot in decades. The St James’s Palace Stakes will see the best of the three-year-old generation take each other on for supremacy before some of the fastest creatures on four legs blaze their way down Royal Ascot’s straight course with cameramen and television viewers struggling to believe the speed these horses move at. We’ve got the best Royal Ascot day 5 tips  for you to make a profit

And it’s not just those at the top of racing’s tree who will get to celebrate victory at this year’s meeting with seasoned handicappers getting their chance to claim a slice of the glory in the Wokingham and the Queen Alexandra Stakes, the longest race of the entire meeting, which is run over nearly three miles.

So with eight races on the final day of Royal Ascot 2020 to get our teeth stuck in to make sure you follow our tips, take advantage of all the Ascot free bets from every bookmaker and ensure that you are armed with the all the information with which to bash the bookies.

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