Royal Ascot Results: How Day 5 of the festival unfolded on Saturday

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As sad as it is to say, the Royal Ascot festival has finished up for 2020. But, there is plenty of racing excellence on the day to enjoy.

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12:40 Silver Wokingham Handicap

CHIEFOFCHEIFS came home with a strong late burst in the last 50 yards to secure the victory from Burmese Waltz and Nahaarr in the opener at Royal Ascot.

It was a double-figure gamble that got the day off to a great start for trainer Charlie Fellowes and it was a second win of the week for jockey William Buick.


1. Chiefofchiefs – 20/1
2. Burmese Waltz – 22/1
3. Nahaarr – 4/1
4. Louie De Palma – 25/1
5. Gabrial The Wire – 50/1

13:15 Queen Mary Stakes

CAMPANELLE did it the hard way for Wesley Ward, winning surprisingly from the unpopular side of the track after coming out of stall 1 with Frankie Dettori onboard.

Sacred challenged all the way and a special word has to go to Caroline Dale in third, who ran a huge race after going off at treble figure odds.


1. Campanelle – 9/2
2. Sacred – 5/1
3. Caroline Dale – 100/1
4. Sardinia Sunset – 20/1

13:50 Coventry Stakes

It was an unbelievable result as NANDO PARRADO went to the front midway through the 6-furlong contest and held on from Qaader to land the Coventry Stakes at amazing odds of 150/1.

It was a stunning turn-up for the books for trainer Clive Cox, especially from the stall 6 draw. Even the pundits were speechless as jockey Adam Kirby steered him home to an unlikely victory.


1. Nando Parrado – 150/1
2. Qaader – 3/1
3. Saeiqa – 25/1
4. Dark Lion – 7/1

14:25 Coronation Stakes

Frankie Dettori landed another one as ALPINE STAR took advantage of getting a clear run down the rail as the rest battled it out just inside her.

The turn of foot Alpine Star showed at the finish will have turned a few heads for future runs and will no doubt be pleasing for trainer Jessica Harrington. Meanwhile, Sharing stayed on gamely to secure a second-place spot for trainer.


1. Alpine Star – 9/2
2. Sharing – 16/5
3. Quadrilateral – 2/1
4. So Wonderful – 12/1

15:00 St James’s Palace Stakes

It turned into a hell of a tear up as Wichita, Pinatubo and the winner PALACE PIER scrapped it out nearly all the way to the line. It had seemed that Pinatubo was going to get up for the victory, but Palace P took over in the final strides and managed to hold onto a landmark win.

John Gosden and Frankie Dettori combined to score yet again at Royal Ascot, as Gosden secured himself the top trainer prize at the festival and this one will live long in the memory of race fans.


1. Palace Pier – 4/1
2. Pinatubo – 11/8
3. Wichita – 9/4
4. Positive – 14/1

15:35 Diamond Jubilee Stakes

It was a very tight one and a photo was required to confirm that jockey Kevin Stott had secured his first Group 1 victory onboard the game HELLO YOUMZAIN, seeing off Dream Of Dreams into second place.

There was to be no fairytale story for Denis Hogan’s Sceptical in third, but it was a really brave run that will have pleased connections.


1. Hello Youmzain – 4/1
2. Dream Of Dreams – 8/1
3. Sceptical – 2/1
4. Khaadem – 13/2

16:10 Wokingham Stakes (Heritage Handicap)

This is one was an absolute nail-biter as a photo finish was again used to decide the result. Kevin Stott secured his second win of the day straight after his first, riding Kevin Ryan’s HEY JONESY to Royal Ascot success.

It was a thrilling finish as the field parted down the middle, and you’d have to feel for Summerghand who was just beaten by a nose at the line.


1. Hey Jonesy – 18/1
2. Summerghand – 15/2
3. Spanish City – 16/1
4. Gulliver – 12/1
5. Silent Echo -22/1

16:40 Queen Alexandra Stakes

The final race of the day was a gruelling affair and it was favourite WHO DARES WIN who won the battle to claim the Queen Alexandra Stakes for Alan King.

The Grand Visir fought him all the way and lost absolutely nothing in defeat as the Royal Ascot festival saw its last action of the week.


1 Who Dares Wins – Evens
2 The Grand Visir – 11/4
3 Mukha Magic – 40/1
4 Nate The Great – 4/1


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