The last day of Royal Ascot 2015 is all about the prestigious Diamond Jubilee Stakes, which is open to Class 1 horses aged four years or older. A field of 15 will participate in the 16:20 Diamond Jubilee Stakes.
For most of the week, the going has been good to firm at Ascot Racecourse. Well, that trend is set to continue. The surface will be extremely fast and will not suit horses that prefer softer terrain.
After checking out the latest horse racing naps from Sky Sports, it would appear that Brazen Beau is the horse to beat as 9/4 favourite. The four-year-old has won three from eight stakes appearances in its career.
Mustajeeb is fancied as the second-best option at 4/1, having won three from seven career stakes appearances. Wandjina is then an appealing outsider at 10/1 and with two wins from its last two races.