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Two US hopes in Ascot opener

Inspired by the history-making exploits of Wesley Ward at Royal Ascot last year, two American horses will line up on opening day of the Royal Meeting on Tuesday in the hope that lightning can strike again. Ken McPeek will saddle Noble's Promise in the Group 1, $367,000 St. James's Palace Stakes, and Ward is back with Metropolitan Man in the listed $73,000 Windsor Castle Stakes. Read More

 

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