Royal Ascot 2019

Royal Ascot 2019: The fifth and final day of this year’s Royal Ascot will be highlighted by the 2019 Diamond Jubilee Stakes, a Group 1 sprint race for older horses, on Saturday. The winner of the six-furlong turf sprint will receive.

Royal Ascot is one of the gentry’s social events of the year – as famous for who is wearing what, especially on Ladies Day, as the racing itself. Running across 22 and 23 June in 2019. The traditional horse race is held, yearly, on the race course near a small city – Ascot in county of Berkshire. The contests which take place in Mid June last for five days. The prime riders and the best horses participate in the prestige races of Britain and Ireland. The contests combine sport and social events.

A fixture in the horse racing world who has been writing about, talking about and betting on races for years, Demling is on a hot handicapping run. In January, he nailed the superfecta at the Pegasus World Cup — a $678 payout on a $1 bet. The following month, he hit the superfecta at the Robert B. Lewis Stakes and correctly picked War of Will to win the Risen Star Stakes.

On April 6, Demling scored the exacta and trifecta in the Santa Anita Derby, Blue Grass Stakes and Wood Memorial on the same day. In the next two weeks, he hit the exacta, trifecta and superfecta in the Arkansas Derby and Dixiana Elkhorn Stakes.

He scored the exacta, trifecta and superfecta in the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes this year, turning a $50.40 investment into $208.57. Also at Churchill Downs, Demling has nailed the Derby-Oaks double nine of the last 11 years, holding a ticket with the winners of both races all but twice in his last 11 tries. Anyone who has followed him is way up.

Now, Demling has analyzed the entire 2019 Diamond Jubilee Stakes field and released where he says every horse will finish, along with his exacta, trifecta and superfecta picks. He’s sharing all of it only at SportsLine.

We can tell you that Demling is low on Invincible Army, one of the top Vegas favorites at 4-1. In fact, Demling says the four-year-old colt barely hits the board.

Invincible Army comes into the Diamond Jubilee 2019 having won his only two starts this year and five of 13 starts in his career. However, this four-year-old son of Invincible Spirit is no guarantee to run well on Ascot’s turf course.

Another shocker: Demling is high on Bound for Nowhere, the only American horse in the race and going off as a long shot at 10-1. The five-year-old son of The Factor finished third in the Diamond Jubilee last year despite racing in isolation on the lead before hanging on to lose by less than a length.