The Commonwealth Cup

Fri 19th June 202015:35Group 16 furlongs


1stGolden HordeA KirbyC G Cox
2nd1.5KimariL DettoriWesley Ward
3rd2.5Ventura RebelT HamiltonR A Fahey
4thhdRoyal CommandoK ShoemarkC Hills
5th1.75MillisleTom MarquandMrs J Harrington
6thhdRoyal CrusadeW BuickC Appleby
7th1.25Southern HillsS De SousaA P O’Brien
8thnsePistolettoD TudhopeA P O’Brien
9th0.75Royal LythamP CosgraveA P O’Brien
10th1.25ShadnOisin MurphyA M Balding
11thshdLope Y FernandezR L MooreA P O’Brien
12th0.5Dubai StationB A CurtisK R Burke
13thhdLes HoguesS W KellyGeorge Baker
14thshdAberama GoldS A GrayK Dalgleish
15th3.75Mums TippleS M LeveyR Hannon
16th4.5Pierre LapinAndrea AtzeniR Varian

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About the Commonwealth Cup

The Commonwealth Cup is a Group 1 sprint run over 6 furlongs, open to 3-year-old colts and geldings. The race is the only one at Royal Ascot which is open to gelding entries, and is the first age-restricted Group 1 race in Europe to be opened to geldings. Older racehorses compete in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes, run over the same course and distance.

Betting on the Commonwealth Cup

Favourites have excelled in the Commonwealth Cup in the race’s short history. Despite the sprint distance this is a race where genuine class is rewarded, and top rated racehorses have dominated since its inception. Based on results so far, you’ll be best served putting your money behind the horse with the highest rating in the field.