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Royal Ascot Tuesday got underway with an admirably professional Queen Anne display from Nurlan Bizakov’s Charyn (Ire) (Dark Angel {Ire}–Futoon {Ire}, by Kodiac {GB}) as he finally plundered his group 1 on the biggest stage. Runner-up in the G1 Lockinge S. at Newbury last month, the grey tracked that race’s winner Audience (GB) (Iffraaj {GB}) throughout the early stages but whereas he wasn’t able to get to him previously this time he was already rolling by with 1 1/2 furlongs remaining. Out in the clear under Silvestre De Sousa chased by Docklands (GB) (Massaat {Ire}), the Roger Varian-trained 100-30 favourite had 2 1/4 lengths to spare over that rival at the line, with Maljoom (Ire) (Caravaggio) 2 3/4 lengths away in third.


Charyn takes the Queen Anne Stakes (G1)!

— IFHA’s Longines World’s Best Racehorse Rankings (@worldsbesthorse) June 18, 2024

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