Royal Ascot: Go Bears Go can race away to Commonwealth Cup glory

By: Greg Wood Friday 17 June 2022

Recent win over track and trip makes him pick of the prices in a renewal with several major contenders on show

The Commonwealth Cup was added to the Royal Ascot programme seven years ago but it is already among the most eagerly anticipated Group Ones at the meeting and Friday’s running is deeper and more competitive than ever.

Perfect Power, who did not get home in the 2,000 Guineas but still finished seventh of 15, is the likely favourite, while the first four home in last month’s Sandy Lane at Haydock are also in the mix. Slipstream, trained in the US by Christophe Clement, is another interesting contender.

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