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Free Tips For Qipco British Champions Day 2019

There is over £4 million in prize money up for grabs at Ascot on the 2019 Qipco British Champions Day (Saturday 19 October) on a card that features four group one races, a group 2, and a high-class handicap. Check out our stats, analysis, and free tips for the Qipco British Champions Sprint Stakes, Qipco British Champions Fillies and Mares Stakes, and the Qipco Champions Stakes.

Qipco British Champions Sprint Stakes 2019 Analysis

13:35 at Ascot on 19th October

The 2019 British Qipco Champions Stakes takes place over 6-furlongs and could be an absolute thriller with 17 horses set to line up for this Group 1 prize, including the last three winners Librisa Breeze, The Tin Man, and Sands Of Mali. That trio hasn’t won a race between them this season so, though all three should like the testing conditions, this year’s renewal could go to one of the new kids on the block.

Cape Byron should relish the conditions, having won both his course and distance runs when there has been plenty of cut in the ground. But the first of those was a handicap and the Group 3 he won last time didn’t look anywhere near as strong as this.

That means the finish could be fought out between the two classy 3-year-olds Advertise and Hello Youmzain. Advertise finished two places in front of Hello Youmzain in the Commonwealth Cup over course and distance but Hello Youmzain dwelt at the start on that occasion. He looked a lot better on softer ground at Haydock, when breaking smartly, and he’s fancied to gain his revenge.

Free Tip for Qipco British Champions Sprint Stakes 2019

TipHello Youmzain (each way) @ 6.50 BetHard

Qipco British Champions Fillies and Mares Stakes 2019 Analysis

14:45 at Ascot on 19th October

The 2019 British Champions Fillies and Mares Stakes is a Group 1 Race run over 1 mile 3 furlongs and 133 yards and 3-year-olds have won four of the last five editions. Aidan O’Brien (two) and John Gosden have won the last three renewals between them and it’s easy to see why horses from those two stables dominate the market.

John Gosden looks set to saddle both his Epsom Oaks winner Annapurna and his Irish Oaks winner Star Catcher. But it looks significant that Frankie Dettori is aboard Star Catcher rather than Annapurna, as he rode the latter to success at Longchamp two-weeks ago. Annapurna beat Delphinia that day and, whilst she’s set to re-oppose, she’s one of four possible runners for Aidan O’Brien, who also saddles Pink Dogwood, South Sea Pearl, and Fleeting, with the latter also having been placed behind the two John Gosden fillies this season.

But all those fillies have run at least five times this season and, with seven of the last 10 winners arriving here fresher than that, it could be worth taking a chance on a filly that has yet to reach the ceiling of her ability.

That filly is Antonia De Vega, who won her first two starts as 2-year-old after which she was sent off at just 5/1 for the Fillies’ mile. She flopped in that race but, after 7 months off the track, she returned to show improved form to win over 10-furlongs on soft ground with a turn of foot that could be a potent weapon in the underfoot conditions. Her trainer Ralph Beckett also won the 2015 renewal of this race with Simple Verse, and the stable has been in electric form this week with six winners from 8 runners between 12-16 October.

Free Tip for Qipco British Champions Fillies and Mares Stakes 2019

TipAntonia De Vega (each way) @ 11.00 BetHard

Qipco Champions Stakes 2019 Analysis

16:00 at Ascot on 19th October

The winner of the 2019 Qipco Champions Stakes will pick up a cool £770,547 for their troubles and it’s no surprise to see Magical turn up to try and justify favouritism. Aidan O’Brien’s 4-year-old filly has been in brilliant form over 10-furlongs this season, with her only defeats over that trip coming at the hands of Enable and Crystal Ocean. She’s already won the Irish Champion Stakes, but she may be at her best on better ground, whilst she also had a brutal race in the Arc de Triomphe.

That means this could be an ideal opportunity for O’Brien’s other runner I Can Fly to confirm the impression she runs better at Ascot than anywhere else. She’s run here twice before, when beaten just a neck by Roaring Lion in last year’s QEII on soft ground and when third when trying to concede 3lb to some useful fillies at this year’s Royal Ascot Meeting. 10-furlongs on soft ground at Ascot could be her optimum conditions and she looks worth chancing at a big price.

Free Tip for Qipco Champions Stakes 2019

TipI Can Fly (Each way) @ 21.00 Unibet

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