Memorable Royal Ascot moments of three great horses
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 16 December 2020 04:06
Royal Ascot is enormously popular among both dedicated and casual fans of horse racing. It furnishes great opportunities for punters who start their preparations long before the event starts. They search for the best Ascot offers and try to pick the bookmakers who offer the best odds. 

Smart punters don’t make their decisions after a cursory glance only, rather they thoroughly read the associated terms and conditions before availing any offer. They also don’t wager randomly and do some research before placing their bets.   

1- Black Caviar

Black Caviar was a joy to watch for horse racing fans. Her extraordinary talents on the turf endeared her among a huge number of people. She had already earned quite a big reputation by the time she entered the prestigious Diamond jubilee Stakes in 2012. 

This Group 1 flat horse race didn’t seem to be a big challenge for Black Caviar but on the racing day, it didn’t prove to be an easy contest and the other contenders competed fiercely. 

Black Caviar began dominating from the very beginning of the race. Soon she managed to create a big lead and a victory for the Australian racehorse seemed inevitable. But there was some drama left towards the ending stages when other competitors made a comeback in the race. Her lead slipped away and suddenly a win looked just as likely as a defeat for her. However, Luke Nolen kept his nerve and steered the mare to victory, to the delight of Peter Moody. 

Black Caviar has the distinction of remaining undefeated in 25 races and won WTRR World Champion Sprinter for four consecutive years. 

2- Lady Aurelia 

Lady Aurelia may not sound like a fearsome name but she was absolutely devastating on the turf. One of her most memorable displays came at the 2016 Queen Mary Stakes, which her trainer Wesley Ward had already claimed twice. 

It was clear from the very beginning that Lady Aurelia was far better than all the other contenders. She started well and soon established a good lead in the race. Without facing any serious challenge, she easily won the race by an incredible seven lengths. 

3- Choisir 

When Choisir entered the 2003 King’s Stand Stakes, there was not any excitement from racing fans. He was an obscure name in the horse racing world and his chances of winning the prestigious race were very slim. 

However, the Paul Perry trained horse shocked everyone at Royal Ascot by producing a hugely dominating performance. He led the race from the very beginning and easily won in the end.