The Summer Mile is the highlight of the Ascot’s card on Saturday 11 July. The race is a Group 2 run over a mile 11 runners are set to go to post, which is the joint-biggest field in the last 10-years.
One of the key pieces of form to consider is the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot. Marie’s Diamond did best of a quartet of runners that re-oppose here. He was a length and a half in from of Mohaather that day, with Skardu one place back and Duke Of Hazard further behind.
However, Marie’s Diamond was race-fit on that occasion and may not uphold the form here with the race being around a bend rather than on the straight course. But the round course isn’t sure to suit Mohaather or Skardu either. It could suit the top-rated Duke Of Hazard but his winning form from last year doesn’t look as strong now as it did at the time.
Duke Of Hazard also finished behind San Donato in the 2,000 French Guineas in 2019. San Donato may be capable of winning a Group 2 but will also have had to have improved in his 426-day absence.
Another horse that has run its best races on the straight course is Lord Glitters, while Urban Icon, Lord Tennyson, Bless Him, and Beat Le Bon all have a bit to find on the ratings.
That means Zaaki is our Summer Mile tip. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained 5-year-old only has 2lb to find with the best of these and, importantly, he ran up to his best in last year’s renewal to this race. He finished just a neck second to the sadly absent duel-winner Beat The Bank that day and, though he was slightly disappointing on his seasonal debut, the stable of Sir Michael Stoute is in better form now.
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