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I think Elliptic and Eve Lodge are the two to focus on and I just slightly prefer Eve Lodge, though I will probably back both each way.

Title was very impressive last time in a maiden at Yarmouth, clocking a similar time to Queens Vase winner Kimari who also won on the card, though Title clocked a much faster sectional. That suggests he is up to this step up in grade.

Provided the ground doesn’t deteriorate too much, then Sacred would look to have fair each way claims, as I thought she was extremely impressive in the Nell Gwyn before finding a mile stretching her in the Guineas.

Conditions should be ideal for Pretty Gorgeous and she should take a big step forward from her run in the Irish 1,000 Guineas.

Hayley Turner has won this race the last two years and I think she could land the hat trick, as her mount Professional Widow only got 3lbs for winning on handicap debut last time.

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Quickthorn clocked a really fast time at Haydock and while he got 13lbs for that, I am pretty sure he is well capable of defying the rise.

I’m not sure if Desert Gulf will handle the ground if it gets proper soft but I do know he is well handicapped and at the price, he is worth taking an chance on.

Frank’s Friday Royal Ascot tips

14:30: Elliptic (E/W), Eve Lodge (E/W)
15:05 Title
15:40 Sacred (E/W)
16:20 Pretty Gorgeous
17:00 Professional Widow
17:35 Quickthorn
18:10 Desert Gulf

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