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  • 14:30 Queen Anne Stakes 1m

  • (British Champions Series) (Group 1) (Str) £350,000 added 4yo+ 11 ran
  • Winner £198,485 2nd £75,250 3rd £37,660 4th £18,760
  • Going: Good to Soft
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 1m 37.85s
  • Off time: 14:34:25

Full result

14:30 Ascot Result 19th June 2012
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st (8) Frankel 9-0 T P Queally Sir H R A Cecil 4 1/10f
Tracked leaders, led over 2f out, strode majestically clear, awesome opened 1/8 touched 1/8 £1000-£6000 £500-£3000 £3000-£21000 £1000-£7000(x4) £500-£3500(x3) £1000-£8000(x7) £500-£4000(x7) £3000-£27000 £2000-£18000(x3) £1000-£9000(x6) £500-£4500(x8) £2000-£20000 £500-£5000
2nd (3) 11 Excelebration (IRE) 9-0 J P O'Brien A P O'Brien 4 5/1
Tracked leaders, ridden to chase winner over 2f out, soon outclassed opened 5/1 touched 5/1
3rd (5) nk Side Glance 9-0 J Fortune A M Balding 5 33/1
Mid-division, ridden 3f out, headway over 1f out, never nearer opened 33/1 touched 33/1
4th (10) 1 Indomito (GER) 9-0 W Buick Andreas Wohler 6 50/1
Held up in rear, ridden over 2f out, stayed on final furlong, never near leaders opened 66/1 touched 66/1
5th (7) 3 Windsor Palace (IRE) 9-0 J A Heffernan A P O'Brien 7 100/1
Towards rear, ridden 3f out, kept on final furlong, never nearer opened 100/1 touched 100/1
6th (6) ¾ Bullet Train 9-0 I Mongan Sir H R A Cecil 5 66/1
Led, ridden and headed over 2f out, weakened final furlong opened 100/1 touched 100/1
7th (9) nk Helmet (AUS) 8-13 M Barzalona M Al Zarooni 4 20/1
Tracked leader until ridden 3f out, weakened over 1f out opened 20/1 touched 25/1
8th (11) Premio Loco (USA) 9-0 G Baker C F Wall 8 50/1
Mid-division, ridden 3f out, weakened over 1f out opened 50/1 touched 50/1
9th (4) ¾ Red Jazz (USA) 9-0 Michael Hills C Hills 5 50/1
Towards rear, never a factor opened 50/1 touched 50/1
10th (1) ½ Strong Suit (USA) 9-0 R Hughes R Hannon 4 10/1
Towards rear, never a factor opened 10/1 touched 10/1
11th (2) Worthadd (IRE) 9-0 L Dettori Sir Mark Prescott 5 20/1
Keen in touch, ridden 3f out, weakened over 1f out opened 20/1 touched 25/1

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £0.00 Tote Place: ££1.10,£1.30,£5.50
Straight Forecast: £0.00 Exacta: £0.00 Trifecta: £0.00 Swingers: 1&2:£1.10 2&3:£11.50 1&3:£6.10

Jackpot: £88,976.61 carried forward to Ascot, 20th Jun
Placepot: £872.90, Pool: £518016.97, 433.2 winning tickets
Quadpot: £388.40, Pool: £19559.44, 37.26 winning tickets


The superlatives ran out many months ago but once again FRANKEL raised the bar with a simply breathtaking display. He took up his customary position in the early stages just behind the front rank as stable companion Bullet Train cut out the pacemaking duties. He edged to the right of the latter with three furlongs to run to get a clear sight of the front as Excelebration managed to match strides with him until the quarter-mile pole. A quick shake of the reins by Tom Queally got his mount to lengthen and the race was over as a contest - it was just a matter of how far he would win by. The distance was 11 lengths at the line as Sir Henry Cecil's assessment that he continues to improve as he matures was highlighted in no uncertain terms. The options for him now are another crack at the Sussex Stakes and/or the step up to 10 furlongs for the Juddmonte International at York. The Knavesmire could see a mouthwatering showdown with impressive Epsom Derby hero Camelot and even that rival may end up wondering which way Frankel has gone. Excelebration has met Frankel five times and the winner more than doubled his winning advantage over him from the Lockinge Stakes, just showing how rapid Frankel's upward curve is currently. He just managed to cling on for second place as Side Glance closed all the way to the line with the Ballydoyle inmate gasping for oxygen as his exertions began to take a toll. German raider Indomito was patiently ridden by William Buick in last place and he managed to pick his way through the field for fourth as the rest of the field started to tread water. Strong Suit had been the subject of some good home reports ahead of his comeback but the dual Royal Ascot winner was a spent force from the distance. It would be prudent to assume that the trip stretches his stamina rather than this effort being down to lack of fitness. Worthadd was a little keen in the early stages just behind the pace and he dropped out rather tamely as the remainder failed to land any sort of blow.