Who To Follow On Day Four At Royal Ascot 2021

Horse To Follow - Campanelle

The feature race on day four of the meeting is the Group One Commonwealth Cup and with 21 runners set to head to post we have fancy the superstar sprinter Campanelle

The American raider Campanelle is a daughter of Kodiac and she made her debut at Gulfstream on firm ground and went on to bolt up in a decent field and unlike previous seasons he was one of few Ward runners to get off the mark at the first time of asking.

She was then sent to Royal Ascot in the Group Two Queen Mary Stakes over five furlongs and beat a solid field of runners and the form has since been franked with second, third, fourth and fifth all running credible races after that event.

Campanelle was then sent to France over six furlongs for the first time in the Group One Prix Morny and in soft ground she dominated a good field of juveniles to take the event.

The filly rounded off last term at Keeneland in the Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf and although finishing a fair fourth behind the 1000 Guineas Mother earth and smart Aunt Pearl, the mile was too far for her.

Coming back down to this trip will be perfect for her and she has shown in the past she goes well fresh.

Trainer To Follow - Simon & Ed Crisford

The trainers to follow on Friday is the dual partnership of Dad and Son, Simon & Ed Crisford, with them having some nice chances across the day.

They start the day with the exciting Flotus in the Group Three Albany Stakes over six furlongs and off the back of this juveniles debut he could be very special.

Other nice chances for the handlers are Riknnah in the Sandringham Stakes and Addeey who is set to go off favourite for the Duke Of Edinburgh Stakes.

Jockey To Follow - James Doyle

The jockey to follow on day four of the royal meeting is the fantastic James Doyle, who seems to have some live chances in the handicaps.

One of his biggest chances comes on Aaddey in the Duke Of Edinburgh Stakes, but he also has rides on the likes of Lullaby Moon, Isabella Giles and Gear Up in the big races.

The Doyler has been in fine form over the last two weeks, landing seven winners from his last 41 rides which sees him pose a 17% strike rate.