Who's your Banker of the Day on Champions Day?
Flat season in the UK is drawing to a close, but we still have plenty to look forward to with a stacked card on British Champions Day at Ascot this Saturday.
We've picked out the leading contender in each of these four races, and we're asking you, if you had to vote for which one would be your Banker of the Day, who would you pick?
The horse who gets the most votes will be put into an exclusive Coral Racing Club Odds Booster that will be available on Saturday morning under Specials on the Horse Racing page.
Banker of the Day Preview
13:15 Ascot – British Champions Long Distance Cup
KYPRIOS heads the betting in the first race on the card at Ascot, having won six races in a row, including four Group 1 contests, before coming unstuck in the Irish St Leger last time out. He holds a victory over his closest market rival, and last year's winner of this race, Trueshan, that came in the Group 1 Goodwood Cup last year. Can he cement his status at the top of the stayers division this weekend?
13:50 Ascot – British Champions Sprint Stakes
The sprinters are up next on the card and last year's winner of this contest, KINROSS, steps back down to six furlongs after being campaigned over seven for the second half of the year. After disappointing in back-to-back Group 1s over six furlongs, Ralph Beckett's gelding stepped up in trip, claiming victories in the Lennox Stakes and the City Of York Stakes before narrowly missing out in the Prix de la Foret at Longchamp earlier this month. Can he retain his crown on Saturday?
15:05 Ascot – Queen Elizabeth II Stakes
Aidan O'Brien's superstar colt PADDINGTON makes his return to the racetrack in the QEII at Ascot. After winning an impressive seven races in a row, including four Group 1 contests, he was well beaten in the Juddmonte International at York in August, finishing third behind Mostahdaf and Nashwa. He avoids Mostahdaf, who aims for the Champion Stakes instead, but Nashwa re-opposes on Saturday. Can Paddington reverse the form and come out on top once again?
15:45 Ascot – Champion Stakes
French raider HORIZON DORE heads the market in the Champion Stakes, arriving at Ascot having won his previous four contests, including two Group 2 races. After streaking to a five length victory in a Listed race at Longchamp in June, he stepped up to Group company and continued to win without trouble. Although this is his first crack at a Group 1 contest, it's impossible to deny the talent this horse possesses. Can he win on his British debut and claim his first Group 1 victory?
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