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Strike the Tiger Makes History at Royal Ascot

History was made in the June 16 Windsor Castle Stakes (Eng-Listed) over five furlongs on good to firm turf on the first day of Royal Ascot, when 33-1 Strike The Tiger became the first ever American-trained horse to win at the meeting when holding on by a neck to beat Fratellino.
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Older Comments about Strike the Tiger Makes History at Royal Ascot...

Overlay? Ya think? Ward's 2yo's go off at 3-5 at Keeneland... 33-1 at Ascot!
Knowing what we know about Ward 2-year-olds and their readiness to fire makes 33-1 look like an overlay!
This is a big deal for a US-trained horse to win at Royal Ascot... kudos for Ward on taking a shot and getting the job done.

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