Jamie Spencer has been at the top of the sport for a long time now and has seen the highs and the lows of the sport over the years.
Most of his highs have revolved around Royal Ascot where he has won some nice races in the past but one contest he always looks forward to taking part in and has made his own in his career is the Sandringham Stakes.
In the last two years at the Royal meeting Spencer has landed the spoils in the £90,000 handicap contest and will be seeking a hat-trick in the three year old fillies handicap this time around.
His first win in the race came back in 2006 with red Evie and then three years later in 2009 he won the race again in good fashion with Moneycantbuymelove and now a decade on he is seeking another win in the contest.
2017 sparked his rival in the handicap race when he teamed up with American based trainer Wesley Ward on board Con Te Partiro who won very easily in the 23 runner race that year.
A year later he took the spoils again to land his fourth Sandringham and what a performance it was on board the 11/2 shot Agrotera who smashed across the boards in the betting and got up well to win for Spencer and trainer Ed Walker.
Three of his four winners have been favourite for the contest and with declarations for the race being released on Saturday he will hoping to be towards the top of the market once more.