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Sky Sports Racing Today: The Royal Ascot hero missed the cut at Deauville for the Group 2 Prix Guillaume d' news

After Sunday’s thrilling Prix Jacques le Marois, the group’s action continues in Deauville on Sky Sports Racing’s busy Monday.

2.50 Deauville – Missed the clash between The Cut and Al Hakeem in the cracking contest

Royal Ascot Winner miss the cut 4th in the French Derby Al Hakeem It’s the headline act for Group 2’s cracking update Prix ​​Guillaume D’ornano (2.50pm) in Deauville on Monday.

The former was last seen in June when he completed the memorable Royal Ascot Doubles to trainer George Boogie.

Missed The Cut are the only international representatives to follow in the footsteps of Eminent, Knight To Behold, Headman, Mishriff and Dubai Honor, aiming for their sixth straight win.

Jean-Claude Rouget is the last French trainer to lift the trophy, once again leading the home challenge against Al Hakeem. Al-Akeem was last seen chasing home Vadeni at Chantilly and won the Listing Award in May.

he also saddle howlanArshaqab Racing of the same color, but when last seen he has to show a noticeable improvement after finishing last of the seven behind his stablemates.

6.10 Bangor on Dee – Shareef Star aims for hat-trick against Bob’s Burr

Leading Bangor trainer Donald McCain is a recent Worcester winner and looks like he has a great chance to add to his incredible course record (200 wins). Bob’s Bar in the Rachel Jones Memorial Handicap Chase (6.10).

The six-year-old successfully made the switch to fences, scoring over 2.5 miles for the first time here in April, and has since looked more comfortable on this two-mile trip.

The main rival is a hat-trick seeker shareh star For the father-son duo James and Peter Bowen.

The 7-year-old runs off a career-high mark of 110 after backing up a win with a course-and-distance success at Newton Abbott at the end of July.

Robert Walford Elios Doll He won Ludlow in May and has suffered losses in several solid efforts since.

Donald McCain is Bangor-on-Dee’s all-time best trainer with 200 winners.

6.50 Windsor – Traitor Heads Competitive Handicap Feature

Following an unlucky 4th place finish in the recent Sprint Series Finals two weeks ago, Ed de Giles’ traitor fall in the class of MPM Flooring & Gemco Contract Handicap (6.50).

The eight-year-old is leading the weight, leading nine runners and coming to the end of two years waiting for victory.

Jeffrey Deacon La Roca del Fuego George Bass, course and distance winner since April and the winning jockey of the day, is back on board and is claiming £5.

Le Roca Del Fuego, who ran below par here in July, finished third of the 20 entrants at the highly competitive Jump Jockeys Nunthorpe last time in York. Sometimes I regained my composure.

Monday’s Race Card I Latest Sky betting odds

Bangor-on-Dee, Deauville, Lingfield and Windsor all races live on Sky Sports Racing on Monday 15th August