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    Seven Questions is going to King Charles following a victory in Newmarket
Seven Questions is going to King Charles following a victory in Newmarket
Seven Questions. Source: sportinglife.com

Seven Questions is going to King Charles following a victory in Newmarket

Trainer George Scott was pleased with Seven Questions' performance on Wednesday morning gallop in Newmarket, leading to the decision to supplement him for the King Charles III Stakes at Royal Ascot. The son of Kodiac had previously won the Palace House Stakes and finished third in the Temple Stakes at Haydock.

Scott expressed his happiness with Seven Questions' progress and decided to enter him into the Group One race despite the tough competition. The trainer mentioned that the horse seemed to be improving with each start and felt it was worth taking a chance in the open race.

In addition to Seven Questions, Scott is preparing the Isle of Jura for the Hardwicke Stakes and Prydwen for the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot. Isle of Jura impressed in his work on the Summer Gallop and is ready for the longer distance of the Hardwicke Stakes. Prydwen, coming off a win in the Marathon at Newcastle, has earned his place in the Gold Cup according to Scott.

Scott's Royal Ascot squad also includes Watch My Tracer, Billy Webster, and Rocket Rodney in various handicap races. The trainer is hopeful that these horses will perform well if everything falls right for them on race day.

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