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J J The Jet Plane leads hopes in Golden Jubilee

The Royal Ascot meeting concludes on Saturday and the main feature is one of the most international fields you will find in horse racing.  Mike De Kock leads the way with J J The Jet Plane, winner of the 2009 Al Quoz Sprint (G3) at Nad Al Sheba.  This will be his second start following a break after his Dubai-based campaign having landed a listed race at Windsor two weeks ago.
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