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Royal Ascot 2013 tips: Newsboy's 12.30 Sandiva, unbeaten in two starts, has already set the standard the others must aspire to – with the promise of more to come. Sent off favourite for a winning debut at Nottingham in May, Richard Fahey’s daughter of Footstepsinthesand showed distinct signs of inexperience during the early stages realised what was required in the second half of the race and took the eye with the way she sprinted away from her opponents for a six-length margin. Second time up she contested the Listed Sprint Stakes at Naas 18 days ago, and it was the same story as she proved two lengths too strong for Heart Focus. That performance persuaded big spender Sheikh Joaan Al Thani to wave his cheque book in the direction of previous owners Middleham Park Racing. The evidence her first two outings is that he has bought a filly of great promise, and Sandiva is expected to provide the Qatari with an instant return. Frankel’s half-sister Joyeuse couldn’t have made more of an impression in victory at Lingfield at the end of last month and is a definite player for Lady Cecil, while Kiyoshi and Wedding Ring are also juveniles with a bright future. NEWSBOY’S1-2-3 SANDIVA JOYEUSE WEDDING RING 3.05 Battle of Marengo comes here on the back of a fourth in the Derby and, even with question marks over the quality and reliability of the Epsom form, a reproduction of that should suffice. Throughout the spring, the son of Galileo, who capped his juvenile season with a score in the Beresford Stakes at the Curragh, was talked of as Aidan O’Brien’s leading candidate for the colts’ Classic. And, after victories in Leopardstown’s Ballysax Stakes and Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial, the choice of the trainer’s son Joseph accordingly went off the short

est-priced of the Ballydoyle quintet at 11-2. The race itself was a mess, with the want of a consistent gallop leading to a few hard-luck stories. Battle Of Marengo wasn’t one of them, leading early on and then chasing the free-pulling Dawn Approach until finding himself in front when the 2,000 Guineas winner fell in a hole three furlongs out. He couldn’t sustain his effort once headed with 250 yards still to run but still emerged with plenty of credit, just over a length

and half behind successful stablemate Ruler Of The World. In what looks a so-so renewal of the ‘Ascot Derby’, that effort makes Battle Of Marengo the one to beat. Godolphin’s Tha’ir, who won last year’s Chesham Stakes and pleased with a narrow defeat at Newmarket on his return, and the lightly campaigned Hillstar is selected to join him on the podium. NEWSBOY’S 1-2-3 BATTLE OF MARENGO THAIR HILLSTAR 3.45 Just The Judge hasn’t been dealt a kind hand by the draw gods, but Charlie Hills’ filly is fancied to come out on top, nevertheless. The fact that Jamie Spencer’s mount must launch her challenge from stall 17 is hardly ideal, as the jockey himself concedes. “It’s not the draw I would have chosen,” said Spencer. “I’d rather be nearer the inside, but she has won one Classic and finished second in another, so I’m looking forward to riding her.” The good news for Spencer is that he is, more than likely, on the best horse. Unbeaten in three starts at two, Just The Judge was edged out late on by Sky Lantern in the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket, going under by half a length, the pair ahead of Snow Queen (fifth), Maureen (sixth), Masarah (eighth), Roz (10th), Agent Allison (11th) and Ollie Olga (12th). But she went one better in the Irish equivalent at the Curragh 26 days ago, with Rehn’s Nest (second), Big Break (fourth), Mizzava (fifth), Maureen (sixth), Snow Queen (10th) and Masarah (14th) behind, and has the scope to improve again – and gain revenge on her Newmarket conqueress. Sky Lantern will be no pushover despite her wide draw in stall 16, while stablemate Maureen had little luck either at Newmarket or the Curragh, and could feature. Sky Lantern: Will be no pushover in the 3.45 (Image: Getty) The progressive Viztoria would appreciate rain, while this represents a big

step up in grade for the promising Pavlosk. NEWSBOY’S 1-2-3 JUST THE JUDGE SKY LANTERN MAUREEN 4.25 Albasharah is well on

her way to justifying trainer Saeed Bin Suroor’s long-held belief that she is a thoroughbre

d of Group-race quality. “When she was a two-year-old, I thought she would be a Group horse,” said Godolphin’s trainer. “And she is a filly who is improving, so she still could be. “This is her toughest test yet but she is unbeaten and she is training well.” In fact, Albasharah didn’t make it to the track as a juvenile but, now in the second half of her four-year-old career, she is making up for lost time. The daughter of Arch made her racecourse debut at Nottingham last October, and despite being relatively easy to back in a field of 15, scooted away to win by three and three-quarter lengths. A fortnight later, Albasharah took in a Kempton Park handicap off a mark of 89 and followed up with a one-length call from Rhagori. My selection made her return to the fray at Doncaster in the middle of last month, and laughed at her new perch of 88, thrashing her rivals by eight lengths and more. Today’s playing surface is likely to be the fastest the attractive bay has encountered, but Bin Suroor expects her to cope. “She is a big filly but the ground will be safe and I don’t think there will be any excuses for her,” he added. The Doncaster rout was bound to trigger a stern reaction from the British Horseracing Authority assessor, and the official has responded with a whopping 16lb rise to 104. But Albasharah hasn’t yet got to the bottom of the barrel and is fancied to remain unbeaten. The list of dangers is predictably long, with Irish challenger Inis Meain, the returning Labarinto and dual Ascot winner Fattsota all capable of playing a part. NEWSBOY’S 1-2-3 ALBASHARAH LABARINTO FATTSOTA 5pm Nichols Canyon has a pedigree that sug

gests he can leave his previous form behind now he tackles two miles. A son of 2007 Derby hero Authorized, and part-owned by the trainer’s wife Rachel Hood, Nichols Canyon got among the medals in one-mile maidens at Sandown in August and September before getting off the mark at the third time of asking in a similar event over an extra furlong at Goodwood in mid-October. Will Buick’s mount made his return to the fray in a mile-and-a-quarter ha

ndicap back at Sandown in April, returning fourth to Spillway, but stepped up on that effort over 11 furlongs at Newbury last time. Sent off the 2-1 favourite to defy a mark of 85, Nichols Canyon looked short of pace before rallying to the cause inside the last 150 yards and going under by a nose to Prairie Ranger. My selection goes another five furlongs here, but, out of an unraced Dalakhani mare – with the likes of Warrsan, Luso and Needle Gun in his family, Nichols Canyon, who wouldn’t be disadvantaged by forecast rain, is expected to thrive for the extra yardage. Head of the market Leading Light is a Group 3 winner for Aidan O’Brien and has obvious claims if his stamina stretches to two miles. With this year’s race run in memory of Sir Henry Cecil, Disclaimer would be an appropriate winner, and the Warren Place horse has scored in Listed grade en route to better things. NEWSBOY’S 1-2-3 NICHOLS CANYON LEADING LIGHT DISCLAIMER 5.35 Enrol, a strong finisher when beaten a nose at Newmarket last time, has solid claims of going one better. The winner of a seven-furlong Lingfield maiden last August on her third racecourse outing, the Cheveley Park Stud’s home-bred, who was unraced at two, signed off with a handicap win over six at Wolverhampton in October. Enrol started a well-backed 6-4 favourite to rack up the hat-trick in a Doncaster handicap, again over three-quarters of a mile, on 2,000 Guineas day and netted the punt with a neck margin over Mississippi. Fancied to complete the four-timer in a valuable six-furlong handicap at Newmarket a week last Saturday, Ryan Moore’s mount came with a sustained run from the back but lost out in a photo to Nocturn. The handicapper has reacted with a 3lb rise, but, despite her relative inexperience, Enrol is proven in big fields and should appreciate the return to seven furlongs. In race of endless possibilities, there are dangers everywhere. Bertiewhittle hasn’t won for nearly two years but ran a fine race over course and distance on his return, while Highland Colori, Dream Tune and Jacks Revenge are just three others to th

row into the melting pot. NEWSBO